Pre-Class Orientation





The pre-class orientation program is designed to initiate the integration of newly admitted students and transferees into the academic, cultural, and social climate of the department. The primary purpose of a pre-class orientation program is to help students understand the nature of the department, the educational opportunities available to them, the values and functions of the community, and the central objective of the department as an academic enterprise.  By exposing students to the key services and opportunities available to them, we hope to enable students to make well-informed choices and decisions. In collaboration with different offices, the orientation program aims to provide a structured and holistic introduction to the environment for both families and students. Through programs offered, students will be informed about educational opportunities and responsibilities in and outside of the classroom. It also permits students to participate in academic advising and to learn about matters relating to student registration, campus activities, and other aspects of offered by the university.



At the end of the training-seminar, the students are expected to enhance their awareness and knowledge on the following:  


  1. To aid incoming and new students in making the transition from their previous environment to UB SHS
  2. To build a sense of community by acquainting students with the history, culture and traditions of UB SHS
  3. To provide students the opportunity to interact with other students, faculty, and staff by providing opportunities for introduction, communication, and interaction.
  4. To inform students of the rules, regulations, programs, services and resources that will enhance their academic success and overall experience



“Invocation”- The workshop started with the singing of the national anthem followed by the invocation sung by Kajem Kitma.

“Welcome Remarks”- Dr. Julius Gat-eb gives his welcome remarks by reminding the scholars of the cultures and traditions.

“Grading system”- Dr. Julius Gat-eb explains thoroughly the grading system of the science high

“Culture & Traditions”- Mrs. De Peralta how the Science High culture started by comparing it to her times in the Science High.

“Rules & Regulations”- Mr. Ramil Domingo interactively relays the rules and regulations of Science High in a question-answer manner. He also tackles about the student discipline in or out of school.

“Student Accounts”- Mr. Aglososlos talks about the discounts and vouchers available and how to apply it.

“MIS”- Mr. David tells the scholars the resources and benefits provided by the MIS campus-wide.

“Admissions Office”- Mr. Froilan explains the ground rules for admissions and other steps necessary to get a document from the admissions office.

“CCSD”- Ms. Villanueva speaks about the Center for Counselling & Student Development as a whole.

“Medical Clinic”- Dr. Esmeralda explains the rights and benefits of the students from the medical clinic and its resources.

“Child Protection Policy”- Ms. Sheila Juyag explains about the child protection policy

“Library”- Mr. Earl awards the certificates and medals to those scholars enrolled in Scholastic and has made a significant improvement throughout.


“Oath taking”- The elected ministers of the Student Parliamentary Government take their oath which was presided by Dr. Julius Gat-eb

“Orientation”- The master of ceremony, Ms. Fulgencio, asks the students about their thoughts on today’s orientation after the club orientation which was handled by Mr. Zeke Riotoc.

“YDT”- Mr. Isidro tells the scholars to go to their respective team colors for the orientation about the YDT. He then assigns the places in the gym for each color.



Prepared by

AUBRILL FAYE C. CARIASO, RGC (SPG Adviser) and SYED SAIF T. SAYEEDI (Internal Affairs Minister)



Level Up: Honing Leadership Skills and Optimizing Core Competencies of 21st Century Student Leaders


july 18-19, 2019      |           ub – Centennial hall



It is deemed that all individuals have leadership potential and that their particular gifts, talents, and skills can be enhanced through education, training, and development. Furthermore, it is considered that leadership is a process that should be developed; therefore, the broad goal of the leadership program is to promote a culture of engaged and ethical leadership amongst leaders.

The National Association of Campus Activities competency model is used to aid in the promotion of engaged and ethical leadership, these competencies are adopted for students as they participate in programs and serve as student leaders. It is supposed that these competencies provide an outline for the felt needs of the incoming leaders, and also provide an outline for the goals of the training-seminar. The training-seminar will encourage students to identify ways they can practice leadership on campus. The following identified competencies are based from the felt needs of the student leaders: INTELLECTUAL GROWTH AND CLARIFIED VALUES; HEALTHY BEHAVIOR AND SATISFYING LIFESTYLES; EVENT MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY; COLLABORATION AND MEANINGFUL INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS.

With the theme “Level Up: Honing Leadership Skills and Optimizing Core Competencies of 21st Student-Leaders” we are able to build and establish the responsibility and commitment needed for the school year 2019 – 2020. Levelling student leaders up, growing their leadership skills, instilling responsibility over position. Level up to develop camaraderie, to develop service, to develop activities, to develop progress, and to establish the student government for the current school year of Science High.



At the end of the training-seminar, the participants are expected to enhance their awareness and knowledge on the following leadership competencies:  

  1. INTELLECTUAL GROWTH AND CLARIFIED VALUES: Continuing Growth and Incorporating Values into Demonstrated Leadership
  2. EVENT MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Effecting Program Planning, Budgeting and Volunteerism 
  3. COLLABORATION AND MEANINGFUL INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS: Leading and Fostering Constructive Teamwork Climate
  4. HEALTHY BEHAVIOR AND SATISFYING LIFESTYLES: Articulating the relationship between health and wellness and accomplishing life goals


Collaboration” - Dr. Lubrica talks about building a collaborative environment and meaningful interpersonal relationship by relating it to her time back in 1982.

“Civic Engagement” - Dr. Buccat tackles about Civic Engagement and Volunteerism and how it could benefit us as leaders and as a person.

“Stress & De-Stress” – Ms. Junio asks about the audience’s insight on stress and then explains thoroughly what is stress and how and why does it affect us. She concludes her talk by letting the audience list down their short and long term goal and how to stay healthy and reduce risk.

“CPR” - Mr. Paran delivers his presentation title Commitment. Priorities. and Responsibilities (CPR) of Leadership while maintaining a lively interaction with the audience.


“Core Values”- Ms. Choy and Mr. Gat-eb conduct activities and small group reflection on how to strengthen the school’s core values through the different programs and activities.

Youth Development Training (YDT) Body 2019-2020

Deputy Ministers 2019-2020

Student Parliamentary Government (SPG) Body 2019-2020

YDT Body & Student Parliamentary Government 2019-2020


Prepared by


SPG Adviser 


Internal Affairs Minister