We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country
and whose values and competencies enable them to realize their full potential
and contribute meaningfully to building the nation.
As a learner-centered public institution, the Department of Education
continuously improves itself to better serve its stakeholders.
To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-based, and complete basic education where:
Students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sensitive, safe, and motivating environment.
Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner.
Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and supportive environment for effective learning to happen.
Family, community, and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share responsibility for developing life-long learners.
The year before the implementation, Dr. Capili snatched the scenes of the netizens. Even in Barangay Week, he allowed the people realized the value of Senior High School. Untirelessly, he spoke in radio, in television and even in public forums to convince people on what the new curriculum has to offer. In his vision, he restated that there would come a time that the country is “borderless, ” where jobs from all over the globe will be coming in and out of the country. Without the Senior High School Program, our labor force will not improve; and consequently, we will be left behind in the international competition, that only jobs which are DANGEROUS, DIFFICULT, and DIRTY will be left for the Filipino workers. This has made people realized its value.
One of the great leaders who shared the same vision with Dr. Capili was the late Hon. Enrique “Tet” Garcia. On his wheel chair, he still managed to convene his plans with his lawyer Joey Angeles and Dr. Capili. Indeed, Bataan National High School is well known to its excellence in the academe. Bataan made the institution a bench mark of excellence where many among famous and prestigious Filipinos not only in the country but in the world has established legacy. This maybe one of the reasons why the sick law maker never stopped helping DepEd. Before he died, he brought the mission nearer to reality. Consequently, his son, Hon. Albert S. Garcia continued all the ideas of the late congressman. The governor has braced Dr. Capili from the planning until the launching of the Senior High School in BNHS. Being the leader who give importance to youth and to education, he supported every step of SHS towards the hurling. As a proof, he allotted a huge amount of budget to education in the province.
DepEd Balanga City has also faced the challenge of Senior High School in the city, but through the dynamic effort of the former Schools Division Superintendent,Carolina S. Violeta, EdD and SGD Chief, Flordeliza Del Rosario,EdD, the implementation of the senior high school program became even. Beyond the hardships are hardworking stakeholders . GPTA, DTI, BPSU, and TESDA took their part of the mission to generate the senior high school.
BNHS-SHS TWITCHES DEFIANCE
WHAT WE CAN OFFER…
Note that our enrollees are not only from our very own BNHS Junior High school. We believe we are also catch basin of the different nearby towns and provinces, in fact, some of our students came from Aurora, Pangasinan and even Ilocos Sur. We have faith it is through the legacy BNHS has planted.
BNHS-Senior High School already hired 106 licensed teachers mostly from the Junior High School and others from different careers who undergone Certificate in Teaching Profession. Three (3) among them graduated as DOST Scholars, eight (12) graduated the Master’s degree. Five (5) are now enrolled in Doctor’s degree. In TVL, most teachers already have National Certificate of Competency (NCC). In fact, 13 has NCII. Three (3) has TM and two (2) passed the Assessor’s exam. This made us trust that without a doubt, BNHS Senior High can create a productive citizen. Today, we already HAVE 88 competent teachers and 10 non-teaching staff accommodating the Senior High School.
Beyond the credibility of the teachers are the students’ achievement. Last semester, one hundred forty-six from ABM; four (4) from HUMSS; four (4) from GAS; and 4 from TVL undergone and passed the National Certificate Competency (NCII) in Front Office. It is the goal of the BNHS-SHS for this academic year especially for TVL Grade 12 students to undergo and passed the National Certificate of Competency. Just recently, CCS student, Grace C. Magsael top the Intercultural Exchange Programs Examination of Youth for Understanding which entitled her to study in the U.S. A. One proof of SHS excellence.