Senior High School

Senior High School

Welcome to MLQU Senior High School

Get ready to be equipped!

MLQU will equip you  with skills that will better prepare you for the future, whether it be:

  • Employment
  • Entrepreneurship or
  • Higher Education (College)

 

MLQU Offers Academic Track with 3 strands to choose from

  1. The STEM strand (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
  2. The HUMSS strand (Humanities and Social Sciences)
  3.  The ABM strand (Accountancy, Business and Management)

     

What DO I need to know? What strand is for me? What will I learn from the strand?

The STEM Strand

The STEM strand is designed for MLQU students who desire to pursue college degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). MLQU can help prepare you in using science, math, engineering, and technology to solve real-life problems.  MLQU will help empower the students to become innovators and technologically proficient problem solvers and career ready skills. MLQU is determined to widen the interest of students in STEM and STEM-related courses.

You may continue your journey with MLQU with the following program:

  1. BS in Civil Engineering
  2. BS in Sanitary Engineering
  3. BS in Electrical Engineering
  4. BS in Architecture

 

With the STEM Strand, it can lead you to careers in any branches of science including biology, chemistry, medical science, physics, computer science, psychology and the social sciences. Careers in technology fields such as computer programmers, web developers, software systems developers, computer network architects and computer systems analysts.  Careers in Engineering disciplines such as mechanical, electrical, chemical, civil and environmental engineering. Careers in mathematics include accounting, calculus, economics, or anything that uses math reasoning and problem solving.

The STEM Curriculum:

GRADE 11

FIRST SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 9

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

CORE-ENG1

Oral Communication in Context

None

CORE-FIL1

Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Ibat-ibang Teksto Tungo sa Pananaliksik

None

CORE-MATH1

General Mathematics

None

CORE-SOCSCI1

Understanding Culture, Society and Politics

None

CORE-PEH1

Physical Education and Health 1

None

APPLD-ICT1

Empowerment Technologies

 

APPLD-ENG1

English for Academic & Professional Purposes

None

SPECL-SCI1

General Chemistry 1

 

SPECL-SCI2

General Biology 1

 

SECOND SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 9

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

CORE-FIL2

Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino

 

CORE-ENG2

Reading and Writing Skills

 

CORE-SCIE3

Earth Science

 

CORE-HUMSS1

Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions

 

CORE-PEH2

Physical Education and Health 2

CORE-PEH1

CORE-MATH2

Statistics and Probability

 

SPECL-MATH1

Pre-Calculus

 

CORE-HUMSS3

Personality Development / Pansariling Kaunlaran

 

APPLD-ENG2

Practical Research 1

 

GRADE 12

FIRST SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 9

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

APPLD-FIL1

Pagsulat sa Filipino sa Piling Larangan (Akademik)

 

CORE-HUMSS2

21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World

 

SPECL-MATH2

Basic Calculus

 

CORE-HUMSS4

Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person

 

SPECL-SCI3

General Physics 1

SPECL-MATH1,2

CORE-PEH3

Physical Education and Health 3

 

APPLD-ENG3

Practical Research 2

CORE-MATH2

APPLD-ENG4

RESEARCH PROJECT 1

 

APPLD-BUS1

Entrepreneurship

 

SECOND SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 7

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

SPECL-SCI4

General Physics 2

SPECL-SCI3

CORE-PEH4

Physical Education and Health 4

 

CORE-SCIE4

Disaster Readiness & Risk Reduction

 

CORE-ICT

Media and Information Literacy

 

SPECL-ENG3

RESEARCH / CAPSTONE PROJECT

APPLD-ENG4

SPECL-SCI5

General Biology 2

SPECL-SCI2

SPECL-SCI6

General Chemistry 2

SPECL-SCI1

The HUMSS Strand

The HUMSS strand is designed for MLQU students who desire to pursue college degrees in Political Science, Anthropology, Linguistic, Journalism, Liberal Arts, Communication Arts, Education, Foreign Studies, Political Science, Literature, Theater Arts, economics and other social-science related courses.The HUMSS strand focuses on the study of human behavior and societal changes, and analysis of arts, culture, literature, and politics. WIth HUMSS, MLQU is determined to shape our future leaders for the betterment of our country and law, “Pro Patria et Jure”.

With HUMSS, MLQU empowers the students to seek and understand human and society, and enhances critical thinking. .  

You may continue your journey with MLQU with our BS in Criminology program.

With HUMSS, you could become a teacher, lawyer, politician, criminologist, police officer, sociologist, author/editor, historian, curator, cultural anthropologist, geologist, interpreter, and so on.

The HUMSS Curriculum:

GRADE 11

FIRST SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 9

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

CORE-ENG1

Oral Communication in Context

None

CORE-FIL1

Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Ibat-ibang Teksto Tungo sa Pananaliksik

None

CORE-MATH1

General Mathematics

None

CORE-SOCSCI1

Understanding Culture, Society and Politics

None

CORE-PEH1

Physical Education and Health 1

None

SPECL-HUMSS1

Introduction to World Religions and Belief Systems

None

SPECL-HUMSS2

Disciplines and Ideas in the Social Sciences (DISS)

None

APPLD-ICT1

Empowerment Technologies

None

APPLD-ENG1

English for Academic & Professional Purposes

None

SECOND SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 9

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

CORE-FIL2

Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino

 

CORE-ENG2

Reading and Writing Skills

 

CORE-SCIE1

Earth and Life Science

 

CORE-HUMSS1

Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions

 

CORE-PEH2

Physical Education and Health 2

CORE-PEH1

CORE-MATH2

Statistics and Probability

 

SPECL-HUMSS3

Disciplines and Ideas in the Applied Social Sciences

SPECL-HUMSS2

CORE-HUMSS3

Personality Development / Pansariling Kaunlaran

 

APPLD-ENG2

Practical Research 1

 

GRADE 12

FIRST SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 9

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

APPLD-FIL1

Pagsulat sa Filipino sa Piling Larangan (Akademik)

 

CORE-HUMSS2

21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World

 

SPECL-HUMSS4

Philippine Politics and Governance

 

CORE-HUMSS4

Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person

 

CORE-SCIE2

Physical Science

 

CORE-PEH3

Physical Education and Health 3

 

APPLD-ENG3

Practical Research 2

CORE-MATH2

SPECL-ENG1

Creative Writing/ Malikhaing Pagsulat

 

APPLD-BUS1

Entrepreneurship

 

SECOND SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 7

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

SPECL-ENG2

Creative Nonfiction: The Literary Essay

SPECL-ENG1

CORE-PEH4

Physical Education and Health 4

 

APPLD-ENG4

RESEARCH PROJECT

 

CORE-ICT

Media and Information Literacy

 

SPECL-HUMSS5

Community Engagement, Solidarity, and Citizenship (CSC)

SPECL-HUMSS2,3 &4

SPECL-HUMSS6

Trends, Networks, and Critical Thinking in the 21st Century

CORE-HUMSS4, CORE-SOCSCI1

SPECL-HUMSS7

Culminating Activity

 

The ABM Strand

The ABM Strands mainly focuses on courses in accounting, business and management, entrepreneurship, banking and finance.  

The strand has fifteen (15) core subjects which covers learning subjects in Language, Humanities, Communication, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Philosophy, PE & Health. Seven (7) applied or contextualized subjects, and 9 specialized subjects.  

The ABM Curriculum:

GRADE 11

FIRST SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 8

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

CORE-ENG1

Oral Communication in Context

None

CORE-FIL1

Pagbasa at Pagsusuri ng Ibat-ibang Teksto Tungo sa Pananaliksik

None

CORE-MATH1

General Mathematics

None

CORE-SOCSCI1

Understanding Culture, Society and Politics

None

CORE-PEH1

Physical Education and Health 1

None

APPLD-ICT1

Empowerment Technologies

 

APPLD-ENG1

English for Academic & Professional Purposes

None

SPECL-BUS1

Organization and Management

 

SECOND SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 9

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

CORE-FIL2

Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino

 

CORE-ENG2

Reading and Writing Skills

 

CORE-SCIE1

Earth and Life Science

 

CORE-HUMSS1

Contemporary Philippine Arts from the Regions

 

CORE-PEH2

Physical Education and Health 2

CORE-PEH1

CORE-MATH2

Statistics and Probability

 

SPECL-BUS2

Fundamentals of Accounting, Business and Management 1

 

CORE-HUMSS3

Personality Development / Pansariling Kaunlaran

 

APPLD-ENG2

Practical Research 1

 

GRADE 12

FIRST SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 9

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

APPLD-FIL1

Pagsulat sa Filipino sa Piling Larangan (Akademik)

 

CORE-HUMSS2

21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World

 

CORE-SCIE2

Physical Science

 

CORE-HUMSS4

Introduction to the Philosophy of the Human Person

 

SPECL-MATH3

Business Math

 

CORE-PEH3

Physical Education and Health 3

 

APPLD-ENG3

Practical Research 2

CORE-MATH2

SPECL-BUS3

Fundamentals of Accounting, Business and Management 2

SPECL-BUS2

SPECL-BUS4

Business Finance

SPECL-BUS2

SECOND SEMESTER

Number of Subjects: 8

 

CODE

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITES

APPLD-ENG4

RESEARCH PROJECT

SPECL-SCI3

CORE-PEH4

Physical Education and Health 4

 

APPLD-BUS1

Entrepreneurship

 

CORE-ICT

Media and Information Literacy

 

SPECL-BUS5

Applied Economics

 

SPECL-BUS6

Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

SPECL-BUS1,2,3; SPECL-MATH3

SPECL-BUS7

Business Marketing

SPECL-BUS1

SPECL-BUS8

Business Enterprise Simulation

 

With ABM Strand, it can lead you to careers in management and accounting which could be sales manager, human resources, marketing director, project officer, bookkeeper, accounting clerk, internal auditor, an entrepreneur, and a lot more.

Continue your journey with us with the following program after graduating SHS.

  1. BSBA Major in Financial Management
  2. BSBA Major in Marketing Management
  3. BS in Accountancy
  4. BS in Real Estate Management

News and Update

Exploring Governance and Advocacy: MLQU Senior High School’s Trip to the Senate

On March 19, the corridors of power opened their doors to a group of eager minds from MLQU Senior High School as they embarked on an educational journey to the Senate of the Philippines. Led by their principal and teachers, the students embarked on a day filled with insights, interactions, and invaluable experiences.

Manuel L. Quezon University Chairman and President Atty. Paquito N. Ochoa, Jr. Collaborates with Bar Operations Committee for Bar Exam Success

In a pivotal meeting held at the Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) Main Campus, Chairman and President Atty. Paquito N. Ochoa, Jr. engaged in a productive dialogue with the members of the Bar Operations Committee, a team instrumental in preparing law graduates for the upcoming Bar examinations in September 2024.

Manuel L. Quezon University Senior High School Culminates Science Month Celebration with Remarkable Events

February is an extraordinary month for science enthusiasts, and Manuel L. Quezon University’s Senior High School ensured that this year’s Science Month celebration was nothing short of spectacular. The school embraced the officials theme, “Siyensya, Teknolohiya, at Inobasyon: Kabalikat sa Matatag, Maginhawa, at Panatag na Kinabukasan,” encapsulating the essence of science, technology, and innovation as partners in building a resilient, comfortable and secure future.

Breaking the Stigma: “May Liwanag sa Dilim” – A Mental Health Awareness Campaign by Grade 11 Section Newton

In the realm of education, students are often encouraged to explore not only academic subjects but also essential life skills. Grade 11 Section Newton, under the guidance of their teacher, Ms. Margarette De La Cruz, took this concept a step further by delving into the critical topic of mental health awareness. In a timely and impactful initiative, the entire class collaborated to produce, create, and direct a video entitled “Mental Health Awareness Campaign: Break the Stigma – May Liwanag sa Dilim.”

Celebrating MLQU’s Achievement: NAASCU Certification and Junior Division Basketball Triumph

In a momentous stride towards sporting excellence, MLQU has recently been issued a certification for the Junior Division Category of the National Athletic Association of School Colleges and Universities (NAASCU). This significant recognition opens a new chapter for MLQU, marking its commitment to fostering a culture of athletic prowess within its academic community.

Celebrating the Profound Impact of Teachers on Teacher’s Day at Manuel L. Quezon University

October 5th is a day marked with reverence and celebration around the world, for it is the day dedicated to honoring the custodians of knowledge, the architects of dreams, and the guiding lights in the journey of education – our teachers. At Manuel L. Quezon University, the Teacher’s Day holds a special place in our hearts as we come together to commemorate the indomitable spirit of our educators and the unique role they play in shaping lives and futures.

List of Schedules

Accepting Students 1st SEM AY 2021-2020

DetailsDate
Advanced Enrollment up to July 4
Pre-EnrollmentJuly 5 to 17
Enrollment ProperJuly 18 to August 1
Late EnrollmentAugust 2 to 14
Adding of SubjectsJuly 18 to August 14
Petition Class EnrollmentJuly 18 to August 14