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Author Topic: High School in Pasig  (Read 5664 times)

pinkpunk

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High School in Pasig
« on: December 01, 2010, 11:01:17 PM »
I'm looking for an affordable, quality high school in Pasig for my youngest daughter. I have in fact, submitted her requirements for admission to freshman year in Pasig City Science High School (PCSHS) today. But aside from PCSHS, what other schools could some of you recommend. I need inputs so I could prepare... I'll be sending my eldest son too to college that's why I prefer an affordable high school for my youngest daughter.

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Re: High School in Pasig
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2011, 05:31:48 PM »
sis, my daughter goes to PCSHS. 2nd year na. so far, okay naman. tomorrow is the exam na di ba? good luck to her.

you can also try Pasig Catholic College, La Consolacion, and Pasig Community School. Okay naman lahat. St. Paul's kasi mahal ang tuition.
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Re: High School in Pasig
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2011, 09:29:55 PM »
i have a friend who sends her 4 kids to La Immaculada Concepcion in Pasig... she's a housewife, and her hubby is a government employee... so far, happy naman sila sa LICS...
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Re: High School in Pasig
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2011, 10:53:37 AM »
sis, my daughter goes to PCSHS. 2nd year na. so far, okay naman. tomorrow is the exam na di ba? good luck to her.

you can also try Pasig Catholic College, La Consolacion, and Pasig Community School. Okay naman lahat. St. Paul's kasi mahal ang tuition.

thanks sis peewee! yes, the exam was held last 21 jan and results will be out soon. i really, really hope my daughter passes pcshs. now i'm curious as to how your daughter's faring in school? is school life very rigid in pcshs? i just want to prepare my daughter in case she passes. if she can't make it there, i'm considering pasig catholic college.

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Re: High School in Pasig
« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2011, 11:03:34 AM »
i have a friend who sends her 4 kids to La Immaculada Concepcion in Pasig... she's a housewife, and her hubby is a government employee... so far, happy naman sila sa LICS...

I've heard of La Immaculada.... some friends of my kids study there. Will check it out too. Thanks sis!

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Re: High School in Pasig
« Reply #5 on: February 10, 2011, 11:39:13 AM »
My daughter who is a freshman now is studying in St. Paul, Pasig. I am happy naman with their teaching. :)


Marami ako nakikitang schools near our area. Closest is Sacred Heart, I think ok yung tuition nila dun... They have a site you can check.

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Re: High School in Pasig
« Reply #6 on: February 25, 2011, 03:15:22 PM »
thanks sis peewee! yes, the exam was held last 21 jan and results will be out soon. i really, really hope my daughter passes pcshs. now i'm curious as to how your daughter's faring in school? is school life very rigid in pcshs? i just want to prepare my daughter in case she passes. if she can't make it there, i'm considering pasig catholic college.

hi sis. did your daughter make it to PCSHS? my daughter is doing okay naman. just like in any science HS, mahirap talaga ang student life. the lessons are advanced, you will need some resource books for the subjects which you can buy naman at recto - for college. little time to be a child.....
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Re: High School in Pasig
« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2011, 01:52:23 AM »
Hello,

Anyone knows kung magkano na sa LICS or PCC? If magse2rvice magkano rin per month ang bayad?
Sa makati kasi kami eh. Kaso alang gaano big school na malapit sa amin. None that I know, baka kayo merong alam. Any suggestions? Incoming grade 1 pa lang daughter ko this sch. yr. Hinahanapan ko siya maganda gandang school pero yung di gaanong mahal sana...

TIA  :D

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Re: High School in Pasig
« Reply #8 on: June 12, 2012, 11:31:57 AM »
hi sis. did your daughter make it to PCSHS? my daughter is doing okay naman. just like in any science HS, mahirap talaga ang student life. the lessons are advanced, you will need some resource books for the subjects which you can buy naman at recto - for college. little time to be a child.....

Sis pewee, you're right. mahirap ang student life in PCSHS. Buti na lang my daughter made it through to 2nd year! Every year pala may section na nababawas... I'm glad my daughter studies at PCSHS. Iba talaga ang level pag science highschool.

 

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