Embarking on 26 years of transformative brilliance, Philippine Science High School - Central Mindanao Campus stands as a beacon of academic excellence, innovation, and adaptability. Happy Founding Anniversary to the home of forward-thinkers and pioneers! As we reflect on our journey, we celebrate the spirit of change, adaptation, and innovation that has fueled our growth.

In a world that constantly evolves, PSHS-CMC has been at the forefront of change, nurturing minds that embrace challenges and turn them into opportunities. Adapting to the shifting landscapes of education, technology, and societal needs, our community has thrived in an environment that encourages curiosity and resilience.

As we step into the future, our commitment to innovation remains unwavering. PSHS-CMC: Changing, Adapting, and Innovating @26 and Beyond. Here's to another year of pushing boundaries, breaking molds, and inspiring the next generation of leaders and visionaries.

To the brilliant minds who have graced our halls, the dedicated faculty and staff, and the entire PSHS-CMC community, thank you for 26 years of excellence. Together, let's continue to shape the future with knowledge, creativity, and a passion for making a difference. Here's to the next chapter of brilliance and beyond!

#PSHSCMC26Years #HusayPisay

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Item No.: PSHSB-ADA4-15-2017
No. of Vacancy: 1
Salary Grade/Step: 4-1

Compensation Package:
Monthly Salary
Allowable benefits under Magna Carta for Scientists, Engineers, Researchers, and other S&T Personnel in the Government (RA 8439)
Bonuses & Allowances
Place of Assignment: Office of the Campus Director, Philippine Science High School - Central Mindanao Campus, Brgy. Nangka, Balo-i, Lanao del Norte

Minimum Qualifications:

Education: Elementary Graduate
Eligibility: None required
Experience: None required
Training: None required
Brief Description of Duties and Responsibilities:

To assist in the general administration and support services of the campus
Provides driving services and other related works inherent to the position.
Core & Organizational Competency

Core Competencies:

Exemplifying Integrity (Basic)
Delivering Service Excellence (Basic)
Solving Problems and Decision Making (Basic)
Organizational Competencies:

Championing and Applying Innovations (Basic)
Planning and Delivering (Basic)
Demonstrating Personal Effectiveness (Basic)
peaking Effectively (Basic)
Writing Effectively (Basic)
Managing Information(Basic)

Applicant must be Filipino citizen and must meet or may exceed the minimum requirements of the vacant position.
Interested and qualified applicants should submit the following:
Application Letter;
Fully accomplished Personal Data Sheet (use/fill out the CSC Form 212, Revised 2017which can be downloaded at that should be answered properly and completely, e.g., "inclusive dates (mm/dd/year - mm/dd/year)", etc. DO NOT LEAVE ANY SPACE BLANK, PUT N.A. (not applicable) or NONE, as appropriate);
Photocopy of certificate of elibibility/rating/license;
Photocopy of Official Transcript of Records;
Photocopy of Certificate of Employment;
Photocopy of Certificate of Trainings;
Performance rating in the last rating period (if applicable); and
Job Description of previous employment.

Application documents may be submitted personally, via e-mail, or courier service to the address below not later than December 29, 2023 at 5:00 PM.

Director III
Philippine Science High School-Central Mindanao Campus
Nangka, Balo-i, Lanao del Norte
Tel. No.: (063) 221-7463 / 09157467686
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Applications with incomplete documents shall not be entertained.

PSHS-CMC abides with the existing policy of no discrimination based on gender identity, sexual orientation, disabilities, religion, and/or indigenous group membership in the hiring process.



One in five Filipino women have experienced sexual violence; this is why this forum is important so that we can bring awareness to this issue and tackle it,    Atty. Ivy Pantaleon said during the Anti-Rape Law Forum on December 1, 2023, at the Philippine Science High School - Central Mindanao Campus (PSHS-CMC) gymnasium.

    “That statistic is in the Philippines alone; the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that in 2022, 30%, almost one in three women worldwide, have experienced some form of intimate partner violence,” Pantaleon said. 

The forum was in line with the 18-Day Campaign to End Violence Against Women and Children and aimed to educate the CMC grade 9 scholars, faculty, staff, and General Services Unit (GSU) personnel on RA 8353 or an act expanding the definition of the crime of rape and reclassifying the same as a crime against persons.

Pantaleon introduced several revisions to the Anti-Rape Law that accommodated charges from persons who were not the victims of the sexual violence such as the families of the victims.

“Before, the crime of rape was considered a crime against chastity.  In 1997, it became a crime against persons.  It was reclassified and now, anyone can file a case of rape instead of just the victim.  Before, victims were ashamed and did not speak up, but with this reclassification, anyone, like the family of the victim, can now be acknowledged in such a situation.”

She concluded her message by providing guidance on the steps that victims of sexual assault should take in the aftermath of the event.

“It’s not expected na mudiretso ka sa pulis, unfortunately,” the speaker said.  “You need to seek counsel from persons whom you can trust - parents, teachers, and  such.”

She said if the victim experiences prejudice from those around them, they should find a temporary shelter where they can process the situation, and then contact authorities when they are ready to do so.

“Keep the evidence safe and intact, because usually, rape happens behind closed doors, so witness testimonies are very rare,” she said.  “The reality is that the authorities are sometimes very difficult to work with if you can’t convince them, so you really need that evidence.”

The 18-day anti-VAWC program, held from November 25 to December 12, is in line with Presidential Proclamation No. 1172, series of 2006, signed by former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, aimed at addressing all forms of violence against women and protecting their rights.



Written by Luke Tuyan, Grade 9 Potassium / ALA Journalism
Edited by Ben Mika’il Adiong, Grade 9 Rubidium / ALA Journalism


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