ACADEMIC CAREER TRACK
This career track is for those who are interested to pursue college after completing Senior High School. It has four strands – each tailored-fit to the interest of students in specific fields of study or disciplines. Students choose from any of the following strands:
- ABM (Accountancy, Business and Management)
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
- HUMSS (Humanities and Social Sciences)
- GAS (General Academic Strand)
ARTS AND DESIGN CAREER TRACK
This career track provides training for those interested to pursue a career in the creative industry, which includes literary, performing and visual arts. This is most suitable for those who desire to venture into a practice or profession that demonstrates their artistic inclinations, after completing Senior High. This also prepares students for a relevant course in college, particularly at the College of Performing and Visual Arts.
SPORTS CAREER TRACK
This career track offers a broad range of opportunities to learn more about the field of sports and athletics from the perspective of player and coach. It facilitates a sharper understanding of sports beyond being a game but a career in itself that is equally an important component of the community. Students in this career track are equipped to pursue a career in sports after completing Senior High, or pursue a relevant field in college.
TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL-LIVELIHOOD CAREER TRACK
This career track offers skills development for careers in specific industries – such as agriculture (e.g. animal husbandry, horticulture), general construction (e.g. masonry, plumbing, electrical), and capacity-building for small- and medium- scale livelihood ventures (e.g. catering, sewing), and information and communication technology – fresh from Senior High. Relevant courses in college are also available for those interested to pursue further studies after graduating from this career track.
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