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University of Baguio Science High School

University of Baguio Science High School
Motto "Verbum Sat Sapienti"
Type Private, Nonsectarian
Location Baguio City, Philippines
Colors Red and Gray         
Nickname UB Science
Website .edu.ubaguiowww

University of Baguio Science High School is a private, non-sectarian science school located in the City of Baguio City, Philippines. The school is part of University of Baguio's basic education. The school was the first science high school in Asia and among the first in the world. It was located on a university belt, which was surrounded by numerous universities and other schools.

Contents

  • History 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The academics of fourth year students are based on 1st year college academics while the lower years are based on the sophomore's, junior's and senior's academics. The school did not only serve as a school building for science high scholars, but also served as an examination and a seminar building for nursing and others.

The U.B. Science High School is home to a pioneering spirit that has made a tangible mark in the community: The first socially relevant programs conducted in a secondary school, the Immersion Camps, Survival Camps and Outreach, were started in the Science High.[1] The angel-soul relationship was one of its special relationships with the freshmen and seniors, was also the first of its kind in the Philippines and maybe, the world.

The University of Baguio Science High School placed first in the list of Top Ten performing schools in the Cordillera and Ilocos regions based on consistently high scores in the National Secondary Achievement Test (NSAT) results. Beyond academic excellence, the school is also home to outstanding athletes and artists who have won awards from various regional and national competitions.

See also

References

  1. ^ [1] University of Baguio Site

External links

  • University of Baguio official website

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