Philippine Science High School -Caraga Region Campus (PSHS-CRC) is aware of the need to keep the personal data of its stakeholders (e.g., students, alumni, applicants) private and secured for purely legitimate purposes.  This legitimate purpose is in accordance with our mandate and duties under Republic Act No. 8496 as amended by Republic Act 9036.

Our goal is to comply with the Data Privacy Act of 2012 (DPA) and cooperate fully with the National Privacy Commission (NPC).  We value your privacy as much as we value ours.  Our commitment to providing quality education to our students is as important as our commitment in keeping your personal data safe.  We are aware that personal data comprises one’s identity and in this modern times, personal and sensitive information’s confidentiality is of utmost importance.

Please note that the terms “personal data” and “information” are used interchangeably.  When we talk about “personal data,” the term includes the concepts of personal information, sensitive personal information, and privileged information.  The first two are typically used to distinctively identify you.  For their exact definitions, you may refer to the DPA.

Processing of Personal Data

  1. Collection of Information

We collect your personal data that includes those you provide us during your application for National Competitive Exam (NCE), admission, information we acquire or generate upon enrolment and during the course of your stay with us.

  1. Information you provide us during your application for NCE

Upon application for NCE, we collect information about personal circumstances and contact information such as but not limited to name, home/ residence addresses, parent’s email addresses, telephone number/ mobile numbers and other contact details, family history, previous schools attended, emergency contact information, academic performance, disciplinary record, medical record, etc.  This is in order for us to assess you properly as you try to apply for this particular exams.

  1. Information we get and generate upon enrolment and during the course of your stay with us

Upon enrollment and during the course of your stay with us, we confirm/ collect information which you have previously submitted upon your application for NCE in order that we get updated information such as but not limited to name, home/ residence addresses, parent’s email addresses, telephone number/ mobile numbers, emergency contact information, etc.  We will also collect information for and in relation to co-curricular matters, such as organizations where you are affiliated, leadership positions, participation and attendance in competitions and other related school programs.  We will also be collecting information in connection with disciplinary incident, including accompanying sanctions that you may be involved in.

  1. Access to Information

Your personal information is accessed and used by PSHS, specifically the Admissions Office (AO), Knowledge and Innovation Division (KID), Research Policy and Academics Division (RPAD) personnel who have legitimate interest in it for the purpose of carrying out their mandated duties in connection with providing you quality education in PSHS.

We use and share your information as permitted or required by law and PSHS’ education-related mandate including a variety of administrative, historical and statistical purposes.

Below are specific situations when we will use your information to pursue our legitimate interest as an educational institution created by law:

  1. Processing and evaluation of application for NCE;
  2. Processing confirmation of incoming students (who passed the NCE) and transfer students from a different PSHS campus to prepare for enrollment;
  3. Recording, generating and maintaining student records of academic progress;
  4. Establishing and maintaining student information systems;
  5. Access to the school’s Learning Management System (LMS);
  6. Sharing of grades between and among faculty members, and others with legitimate official need, for academic deliberations (e.g., graduation);
  7. Processing scholarship applications/ documents, grants and other forms of assistance (e.g., stipend/ allowance);
  8. Investigating incidents that relate to student behavior and implementing disciplinary measures;
  9. Maintaining directories and alumni records;  compiling and generating reports for statistical and research purposes;
  10. Providing services such as health, counseling, information technology, library, sports/ recreation, transportation, safety and security;
  11. Managing and controlling access to campus facilities and equipment;
  12. Communicating official announcements;  sharing promotional materials regarding school-related functions, events, projects and activities;
  13. Soliciting your participation in research and non-commercial surveys;
  14. Analyzing results of written tests, examinations, assessments which reflect personal data in order to improve school programs and functions.
  1. Sharing of Information

Below are specific situations when we may share or disclose your personal information to others:

  1. Posting of acceptance to universities, including overall percentage ratings achieved by the school which may reflect the student’s name in school bulletin boards and campus websites;
  2. Posting of class lists and class schedules in school bulletin boards or other places within the campus and the school’s official websites;
  3. Sharing of information to persons, including parents, guardians or next of kin, as required by law or on a need-to-know basis as determined by the school to promote your best interests, protect your health, safety and security (e.g., CCTV), or that of others;
  4. Providing academic institutions, companies, government agencies, private or public corporations, or the like, upon their request, with scholastic ranking information or certification of good moral character for purposes of admission;
  5. Sharing information to potential donors, funders or benefactors for purposes of scholarship, grants and other forms of assistance (e.g., research assistance or funding);
  6. Distributing the list of graduates and awardees during commencement exercises;
  7. Reporting and/ or disclosing information to the NPC and other government bodies or agencies (e.g., Commission on Higher Education, Department of Education);
  8. Sharing of information for ranking purposes;
  9. Responding to inquiries verifying that you are a bona fide student or graduate of the school with corresponding degree/s earned and honor/s when applicable;
  10. Conducting research or surveys for purposes of institutional development;
  11. Sharing your directory information to the school’s alumni association which reflects your name, degree/s and honor/s earned, contact information as well as such other personal information that will enable your identity to be verified;
  12. Sharing of personal information among the school’s officials like the management committee, executive committee, and the Board of Trustees (BOT) in order to decide on disciplinary cases which you may be involved in while enrolled at PSHS;
  13. Publishing academic, co-curricular and extra-curricular achievements and success, including honors lists and names of awardees in school bulletin boards, website, social media sites and publications;
  14. In school’s application for competitions, seminars, and trainings where you may belong;
  15. Sharing your academic accomplishments or honors and co-curricular or extracurricular achievements with schools you graduated from or was previously enrolled in, upon their request;
  16. Marketing or advertising to promote the school, including its activities and events, through photos, videos, brochures, website posting, newspaper advertisements, physical and electronic bulletin boards, and other media;
  17. Publishing communications with journalistic content, such as news information in PSHS’ publications, social media sites and news and media organizations;
  18. Live-streaming of University events and posting them on official PSHS websites for certain periods;
  19. Complying with court orders, subpoenas and/or other legal obligations.

Data Protection

We shall implement acceptable and appropriate organizational, physical, and technical security measures for the protection of personal data which we collected.

These steps of protection shall aim to maintain the availability, integrity and confidentiality of personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, alteration, and disclosure as well as unlawful processing.

Your personal data will only be accessed by our authorized personnel/ personal data processor (e.g., registrar) who hold such information under strict confidentiality.  We shall restrict access to information to anyone who wants to obtain such data without justifiable reason.

Any incident of security breach with regard to said personal data which comes to our knowledge will immediately be acted upon as the law mandated.  PSHS will take the necessary steps to address said breach and mitigate its negative effects.  If there is a strong belief that an incident affects your personal, PSHS will notify you of such incident in an appropriate manner.


After completing the required years of stay and academic requirements in PSHS and you are already an alumnus, your personal information will remain private and confidential.  PSHS personnel shall operate and hold personal data under strict confidentiality.

Right to Privacy

As provided by the Act, you may object to the processing of your personal data, request to access your personal information, and/or have it corrected, erased, or blocked on reasonable grounds.  For the details of your rights as data subject, you can get in touch with our Data Privacy Officer at contact details below or at National Privacy Commission at  PSHS will take note of your request and shall reserve the right to deal with the matter in accordance with the law.

Right to Damages

The data subject shall be indemnified for any damages sustained due to such inaccurate, incomplete, outdated, false, unlawfully obtained or unauthorized use of personal data, taking into account any violation of his or her rights and freedoms as data subject.

Contact Information

For your concerns regarding your privacy rights, or any matter regarding Data Privacy Act of 2012, you may contact our Compliance Officer for Privacy (COP) through the following details:

Compliance Officer for Privacy (COP)

Engr. Lyndon R. Bermoy, SST V
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


In lieu of the PSHS National Competitive Examination (NCE) an alternative selection process will be used. The RACE to be PISAY scholar is on for School Year 2021-2022.

   Requirements for


   Criteria and





  1. This new system is adopted to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among thousands of examinees who gather in testing sites across the country
  2. The selection procedure shall be conducted in two stages.
  • The first stage is by determining the applicant's predicted NCE grade (PNG) which is based on final grades in Science and Mathematics in Grade 5.
  • The second stage is based on writing skills through a submission of essay and the applicant's academic rank at the end of Grade 5
  1. Applicants will be ranked from the highest to lowest based on their Final Score
  2. The top 240 applicants are considered as the Principal Qualifiers to the PSHS-Main Campus (MC).

Deadline of Submission:

Private Schools: October 22, 2021

Public Schools: October 29, 2021


Application Fee:

Private Schools: 300.00

Public Schools: FREE


For more information:

Registrar Contact No. – 0946-591-0038/0927-1864792

Registrar Telephone No. – (085) 817-0987 loc. 103

NCE/RACE Email Address - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



The annual National Competitive Examination (NCE) will not be administered for S.Y. 2021-2022.  Instead, the Philippine Science High School Requirements for Admission, Criteria and Evaluation (RACE), an alternative selection process, will be used for qualified applicants to be the next Pisay scholars.

The Philippine Science High School System cares about the safety of its clients.  The application for scholarship of incoming Grade 7 scholars for School Year 2022-2023 may be processed online through the website



A grade 6 elementary pupil from a duly recognized school by the Department of Education who meets the following criteria is eligible to apply for the PSHS Requirement for Admission, Criteria, and Evaluation (RACE).

He/She must:

  • have a final grade of 85% or better in Science and Mathematics, evidenced by the student's report card. If the student's grades in Science or Math are below 85%, then, he/she must provide evidence that he/she belongs to the upper 10% of the batch;
  • be a Filipino citizen with no pending or approved application as immigrant to any foreign country;
  • not be more than 15 years old by June 30, 2022;
  • have at least a satisfactory rating (or its equivalent) in his/her Character Rating in his/her report card (SY 2020 - 2021);
  • have not previously applied for admission in PSHS; and
  • preferably, be in good health and fit to undergo a rigorous academic program



For walk-in applicants:

  1. Fully accomplished Application Form (2) copies.

  1. Recent 1 x 1 ID pictures (2) copies;
  2. Non-refundable application fee for private school students – Php 300, based on the applicant’s Grade 5 school / Free for public school students and indigent students from private schools;
  3. Certified true copy of report card (SY 2020 - 2021) by the class adviser / principal;
  4. If the final grades in Science or Math are below 85%, certification or proof that the child belongs to the upper 10% of the batch;
  5. Certification from the private school if the pupil-applicant is on full scholarship.


For applicants online:

  1. Scanned/Digitized copy of most recent 1x1 ID pictures;
  2. Scanned/Digitized copy of Proof of Payment (Php 300 for private schools and should be paid first to Landbank before proceeding to application sign up; free for public schools and private scholars);
  3. Scanned/Digitized copy of Certified true copy of report card (SY 2020 - 2021) by the class adviser / principal;
  4. Only if the student's grades in Science and/or Math are below 85%, then, he/she must provide evidence that he/she belongs to the upper 10% of the batch; and
  5. Certification from the private school if the pupil-applicant is on full scholarship.



For walk-in applicants:

  • The PSHS NCE Application Form and the accompanying material are not for sale, may be photocopied, and may be downloaded through this link. No reservation fee is required.


  • Application forms are also available and may be filed at any of the following: PSHS campuses, DOST Regional offices, or Provincial Science and Technology Offices. Application forms with incomplete information will not be processed. Erasures, alterations and insertions must be initialed by the applicant.
  • If you do not receive an email notification that your application has been approved or disapproved, you may visit or call the nearest PSHS Campus or call PSHSS-Admissions Office at telephone no. (02) 8939-PSHS (89397747) or check at

For applicants online:

  • Alternatively, PSHS NCE Applicants can also submit their applications online at Applicants must sign up first through this
  • To submit an application, the PSHS NCE Applicant must provide the details required in the online application form. In cases where the applicant still needs to prepare the required attachments, he/she will have the option to save it as draft first until he/she has completed the required data and relevant documents. Once submitted, the application is considered final and will no longer be editable.
  • To monitor the status of the applicant’s application, he/she can login through the website and click Application Result. The applicant will also receive an email confirmation whether his/her application has been approved, rejected, or needs pending documents.
  • If you do not receive an email notification that your application has been approved or disapproved, you may visit or call the nearest PSHS Campus or call PSHSS-Admissions Office at telephone no. (02) 8939-PSHS (89397747) or check at

Alternatively, fully accomplished Application Form together with the application requirements may be emailed: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


For applicants from Private School, pay examination fee online at this link: 

Pay Here -

Private school students who have scholarships may present a valid certification to qualify for no payment.

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