DepEd K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR

The Department of Education (DepEd) has released a partial list of K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR. These schools are prepared to offer Senior High School to the first batch of Grade 11 students for the school year 2016-2017. This is part of the continuing preparation for the government’s K-12 Program to improve and upgrade the country’s educational system.

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR

 

Below is a partial list of K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR released by Deped:

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Malabon):

Malabon National High School

Potrero National High School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Navotas):

San Rafael Technological High School

Tanza National High School

Tangos National High School

San Roque National High School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Valenzuela):

Bignay National High School

Malinta National High School

Wawangpulo National High School

Sitero Francisco Memorial National High School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Quezon City):

Judge Juan Luna High School

Eulogio Rodriguez, Jr. High School

San Francisco High School

Quezon City Science High School

Batasan Hills National High School

Commonwealth High School

Culiat High School

Ismael Mathay Sr. High School

Lagro High School

Balara High School

Camp Gen. E. Aguinaldo High School

Carlos P. Garcia High School

Quirino High School

Juan Sumulong High School

Carlos L. Albert High School

Ponciano Bernardo High School

Quezon City High School

Don Alejandro Roces, Sr. Sci. & Tech. HS

Manuel A. Roxas High School

Dr. Josefa Jara Martinez High School

National Orthopedic Hospital School for Crippled Children

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Manila):

Paez Integrated School

Pres. Sergio Osmena, Sr. High School

Dona Teodora Alonzo High School

Raja Soliman Science and Technology High School

Claro M. Recto High School

Manila Science High School

Manuel A. Roxas High School

Eulogio Rodriguez Vocational High School

Tondo High School

Jose Abad Santos High School

M.Araullo High School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Pasay):

Pasay City East High School

Philippine National School for the Blind

Las Piñas:

Golden Acres National High School

Las Piñas National High School

Las Pinas City National Science High School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Muntinlupa):

Muntinlupa Science High School

Muntinlupa NHS -Tunasan Annex

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Parañaque):

Paranaque National High School Main

Paranaque National High School – Baclaran

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Taguig):

Pres. Diosdado Macapagal HS – Signal VNHS Annex

Signal Village National High School

Taguig National High School

Tipas National High School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Pateros):

Maria Concepcion Cruz High School

Agripino Manalo National High School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Mandaluyong):

Mandaluyong High School

Eulogio Rodriguez Integrated School

Isaac Lopez Integrated School

Jose Fabella Memorial School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Marikina):

Parang High School

Malanday National High School

Kalumpang National High School

Sto. Nino National High School

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR (Pasig):

Rizal Exp. Sta. And Pilot SCI (RESPSCI)

 

K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR

Department of Education Sec. Bro. Armin Luistro, FSC, proposed to include in the 2016 budget an allocation to build more than 20,000 classrooms for Senior High School. The department had, so far, allocated 30,000 classrooms in these past two years.

The partial list of K to 12 Ready Public Schools in NCR may be downloaded from www.deped.gov.ph/datasets.

It contains the names of 3,839 public schools throughout the country and will be constantly updated as new information becomes available.

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