The Philippine Society of Youth Science Clubs (PSYSC), the largest umbrella organization of science clubs in the Philippines, proudly presents the National Science Club Month (NSCM 2016) with the theme, “AGRInnovate: Revolutionizing Agricultural Outlook for Sustainable Growth”.
This 2016, NSCM aims to introduce students to Agriculture. For a predominantly agricultural country, the Philippines has yet to realize the importance of this sector that brings food on our tables. PSYSC aims to rekindle the Filipino youth’s interest in agriculture and to raise awareness on its current situation in the country.
Through the four major events, NSCM 2016 hopes to bear its fruits of camaraderie and education among the Filipino youth.
This September 3-4, The National Science Clubs Summit (Summit) and PSYSC Extreme Activity Challenge (PEAC), will be held at different regional sites in the country, Junior high school students are coming together to discover and explore the wonders of agriculture in a series of lectures, workshops and team-building activities.
The I Teach Science Seminar (ITSS) will be held simultaneously with the Summit and PEAC to promote the importance of agriculture to junior high school teachers.
On September 3, The national eliminations of the PSYSC Science Olympiad (PSO), a quiz competition for both elementary and secondary students, will be conducted also at the Summit, PEAC and PSO – Independent Sites. The Top 20 schools from each bracket shall then compete for the PSO Finals which will be held in Metro Manila.
Likewise, MathSciAKa (pronounced as math-sa-ya-ka), an engineering science competition for elementary and high school students will be held on September 17 in Metro Manila.
The following Summit, PEAC and PSO – Independent sites are listed below:
Region 1/CAR – Tayug National High School (Pangasinan)
Region 2/3 – Isabela National High School (Isabela)
Region 4A/NCR – University of Batangas (Batangas)
Region 5 – University of Saint Anthony (Camarines Sur)
Region 6 – Dumangas National High School (Iloilo)
Region 9 – Claret School of Zamboanga City (Zamboanga del Sur)
Region 10 – Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology Integrated Developmental School (Lanao del Norte)
Region 11 – Mati National Comprehensive High School (Davao Oriental)
Region 13 – Jacinto P. Elpa National High School (Surigao del Sur)
Region 4B – Divine Word College of Calapan (Oriental Mindoro)
Region 7/8 – University of San Carlos – North Campus (Cebu)
PSO – Independent Sites
CAR – Philippine Science High School – CAR Campus (Benguet)
Region 4B – Palawan Hope Christian School (Palawan)
NCR – Miriam College Middle School (Quezon City)
Region 8 – LIDE Learning Center Inc. (Leyte)
Region 12 – St. Alexius College Integrated School (South Cotabato)
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For more information, feel free to contact the Philippine Society of Youth Science Clubs at (02) 332-8151 or send a message through [email protected] or [email protected] You may also visit them at www.psysc.org or like their page at www.facebook.com/psysc.nscm.