Programs & Projects


MathCoP is a school initiative of Mathematics Department that aims to develop the secondary school students to perform well in Mathematics. Students are given free math consultation with their respective teachers to seek assistance on the lesson they did not understand or they find difficult.

MathCoP is derived from the words Mathematics Consultation Program. The word consultation is used to encourage students to consult to their teacher the lesson or topic they did not understand or they find difficult during their class.

It is also designed to assists students who have problems in the numerical and computation skills in Math. Teachers perform the duties of a doctor that diagnose and prescribe the correct solution or remedy of their patient(student), while the students are the patients who seek helps to their illness (lesson/topic that they find difficult or did not understand). The project aims to: improve NAT performance by 5%; develop camaraderie among Math teachers and students; determine students strengths and weaknesses in Math; and to further enhance students skills especially those who are skilled in Math.

Persons involved are Mrs. Lolita L. Acuña-Principal, Mathematics Department Head - Mrs. Marilyn G. Tana (Chairman), Master Teacher II, Marites B. Jarina (Co-Chairman), and Six (6) Mathematics Teachers as implementers. The beneficiaries are Panghulo National High School students in all year levels.

PREMAX School Reading Program

Program for Reading Enhancement MAXimized or simply PREMAX is a school-based reading program under Malabon Readster initiated by the English Department of Panghulo National High School and part of the school's Continuous Improvement. This program help students improve their decoding and comprehension skills and also promote reading habit among students. The objectives of the program are: to assess the needs  of students especially in reading and language proficiency; to address the students difficulty in reading through the intervention; and to aid students in their performance in other subject areas that use English as medium of instruction.

Schedule allotted for the program: Lessons allot 15 minutes for the school led remediation program. Regular meeting with remedial students: Monday-Thursday with Grade 8 and 9 from 11:00 am-12:00 nn and Grade 7 and 10 from 1:00 pm-2:00 pm.

Expected outcomes: Improve reading skills of students;  promote camaraderie among students through peer tutorial; cooperation from stakeholders and parents; and increased NCAE and NAT results.

Peer tutors for this program are independent readers from Grade 9 to 10 willing to give their time to help other students with their difficulty in reading. They are Haren Pagatpat, Almy Grace Guirnaldo, Jonnel Betonio, Clarisse Deladia, Sheena Nitura, Mary Joy Toca; and Rhealyn Dublin. These students are from English Club.

Persons involved are Mrs. Lolita L. Acuña-Principal, Mrs. Filomena C. Vergara-English Department Head, Ms. Joy Marie V. Pasaporte-Reading Coordinator and English Teachers namely: Mrs. Teresa Cajanding, Mrs. Elizabeth Angeles, Mr. Vincent V. Vidal, Ms. Sarah May Marcelo; and Mrs. Josephine Bautista

Project D.E.S.I.G.N

Project D.E.S.I.G.N (DEVELOPING AND ENHANCING SKILLS IN GRAPHICS APPLICATION) is a free training for students, teachers and community members in Visual Graphics Design using the TESDA required standards training in Visual Graphics Design NC III.

It aims to teach and trainees learn the basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes in developing design studies; develop the awareness on the importance of information and communications technology; and produce competent students, teachers and community members.

It is conducted by Mr. Andres P. Bonifacio, SHS Teacher and ICT Coordinator.

Go Green Malabon School

Waste Management. In a move to strengthen the partnership on ecological solid waste management (ESWM) and synergize available resources, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, DepEd, DILG, MMDA and Galing Pook Foundation have resolved to scale up proven programs on ESWM. This joint effort would build upon the experiences and learning drawn from several ESWM initiatives and apply the various best practices derived from these initiatives in coming up with a national strategy on waste segregation and recycling.

Feeding program is one of the components of National Greening Program which usually utilizes the product of Gulayan sa Paaralan. It is a mechanism employed in order to improve the nutritional status of identified students having a severely wasted or wasted BMI. The feeding program need to be sustained because it’s a way of also improving the performance of learners in schools.

Gulayan Sa Paaralan. To address malnutrition and hunger, the Department of Education has put in place poverty alleviation schemes that will help promote food security and economic stability for the affected families. Gulayan sa Paaralan Program (GPP) then was implemented in support to the hunger mitigation initiatives of the government. DepEd issued Memorandum No. 293, s. 2007 to encourage both public elementary and secondary schools to establish school gardens to ensure continous supply of vegetables for school feeding. Due to lack of space in most schools, NCR adopted the technology of Urban Gardening, where most vegetables are containerized.

Tree Planting. Department of Education-National Capital Region supports the National Government on its quest of reviving forest and to plant endemic trees as mitigating measures to reduce the effects of global warming.

Wellness. Wellness is the key to a person’s bright future. Nutritious foods, proper rest and sleep and daily exercise are the key factors to a person’s wellness. A positive outlook also contributes to wellness.

Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council. DRRMC aims to mitigate the effects of natural calamities through disaster preparedness drills/practices and of ensuring safe schools.

Project S.M.I.L.E. We serve with a SMILE. We teach with a SMILE. Serve with Meaning In Life-long Education