IBED - SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

San Beda College Alabang offers Senior High School as an integrated part of its Basic Education. From Kindergarten and 12 years of basic education, the school serves appropriate tie for mastery of concepts and skills, honing of talents and gifts, develop lifelong learning and prepare students for tertiary education, career path profession and growth in faith and prayer.

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

CURRICULUM

In 2011, the Department of Education made the historic implementation of shifting from the 10-year basic education curriculum to 12-year education or simply K-12 program. Senior High School is the last two years of the K-12 program. The additional 2-year prepares students in their knowledge, skills, maturity, and faith.

San Beda College Alabang Senior High School offers the Academic Track: General Academic Strand (GAS), Humanities and Social Sciences Strand (HUMMS), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Strand (STEM) and Accountancy, Business and Management Strand (ABM). Each strand prepares students for their chosen field of specialization in college and career path.

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General Academic Strand (GAS)

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Humanities and Social Sciences Strand (HUMSS)

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Strand (STEM)

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Accountancy, Business and Management Strand (ABM)

STUDENT GOVERNMENT

The school encourages the yearly formation of a student government/council that will serve as the umbrella organization of all strand councils, the class officers. It is the highest-ranking student organization in the Senior High School that represents the entire student body. It acts as a bridge between the School Administration and the students. It focuses on student concerns and works for their betterment. It plans varied activities in support of the Mission-Vision of the school and prepares potential student leaders for their future participation in activities, which require strong leadership skills.

ORGANIZATIONAL MATRIX OF THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT
UNITED STUDENT GOVERNMENT