Institute of Senior High School



Vision

The GADTC Institute of Senor High School is the foundation of innovative curricular programs needed to holistically transform individuals into more value-oriented and receptive leaders ready to adapt the rapid changing demands of the global society.

Mission

The GADTC Institute of Senior High School is dedicated to produce holistically-developed 21st century learners who are innovative, technologically-advanced, value-oriented, socio -economically and culturally-diversified leaders.


Goals

To realize its mission, the Institutes of Senior High School aims to:

1. Provide technologically-aided facilities that ensure quality education indispensable for the educational growth of the learners;

2. Continuously undertake research-based and innovative curricular program to address the needs of the 21st learners as stewards of knowledge;

3. Promote the ideals of being value-oriented, socio -economically and culturally-diversified learners ready to adjust and adapt to the needs of times.

4. Keep pace with the ever changing innovations of education to produce technically-skilled graduates ready to be globally employed.



Institute of Senior High School Strands Offered



      ACADEMIC TRACK      

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS STRAND (STEM)

This strand is an approach to education where students utilize skills acquired in science and math disciplines to accomplish an engineering problem while using technology. It is an interdisciplinary, blended, applied approach to learning.

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES STRAND (HUMSS)

This strand focuses on the study of human behavior and societal changes, and analysis of arts, culture, literature, and politics. It involves political science, anthropology, linguistics, psychology, and communication.

ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT STRAND (ABM)

This strand refers to the accountancy, business, and management academic programs that concentrate on the foundational concepts in corporate operations, financial management, business management, as well as each and every factor that revolves around those central fields.

      TECH-VOC TRACK      

TOURISM PROMOTION SERVICES AND FRONT OFFICE SERVICES NC II

Tourism Promotion Services NC II is a short TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in boosting the tourism in a certain area by promoting its products and services that acquires the following skills like Operating an automated information system; checking and downloading information; providing destination information and advice; Identifying and interpreting product information; identifying customer needs and suggesting product to meet customer needs.

JAVA PROGRAMMING NC III

This consists of competencies that a person must achieve to develop or write program codes using a personal computer or workstation as part of a systems development team. It includes core competencies on programming language on Java, such as to develop command-line/console and desktop applications and to develop enterprise/web applications using Java technology.

CAREGIVING NC II

Caregiving NC II is a technical-vocational program that trains students how to provide care and support to infants/toddlers, the elderly, patients with disabilities and special needs, as well as end of life care. The program provides an understanding of the different behaviors, disease process and other essential needs of patients.


ISHS


  • 1st Floor
    Gov. Alfonso D. Tan College
    J. Luna St. Maloro, Tangub City
    7214 Misamis Occidental, Philippines

  • Contact #:
  • +63-912-822-6838

  • Email:
  • gadtc.ishs@gmail.com

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  • Institute of Senior High School