Homecoming na. Mag-register na!

The PSHS 42nd Grand Alumni Homecoming
sponsored by Class of 1986

Food and drinks are sponsored by Main Campus Jubilarian Batches ‘86, ‘81, ‘71, ‘76, ‘91, ‘96, ‘01, ‘06, ‘11.

Alumni dues will be collected (Php300 for recent graduates (2007-2011) and Php400 for all others) if not yet paid for the year.

You can pay your alumni dues before the event.  You can do this online using your credit card/paypal account or deposit your alumni dues to the PSHS NAA bank account.

If you are already registered, edit your profile and change your membership level to become an active member.

If not yet a member,  you can become a member here.

Only members with up-to-date dues can vote in the NAA election of officers.


Maraming salamat mula sa mga bata ng SOS Children’s Village—Bataan

Pasukan na bukas. With your support, 85 school children from the SOS Children’s Village in Bataan will be going to school tomorrow not only with brand new pens, papers, and notebooks but more importantly, with hope, inspiration, and the encouragement to realize their potentials and become productive members of society.

In behalf of the children of SOS Village—Bataan, we would like to thank you all for your generous assistance which largely contributed to the success of this project. Now that we’ve seen it is possible, Pisay ’96 plans on doing this project for the succeeding school years and reach out to more school children in other areas of the country. We look forward to your continuous support.

Maraming salamat po.


A few weeks before the school year started, Pisay ’96 posted announcements asking for donations of recyclable and junk materials. For two consecutive weekends, D’ Cape Mile restaurant in Mo. Ignacia Avenue, Quezon City, was designated a drop–off point where people who wanted to help came and brought their donations. In addition, volunteers also went around Quezon City and San Juan to pick–up donations from friends and supporters who have heard about the project.

The collected recyclables were sold to junk shops and the profits were used to buy notebooks, pens, pad papers, and other school supplies. Modest back–to–school kits were assembled with their contents tailored to fit the students’ specific grade levels.

Turn Over

Mae's storytelling session. Photo by Lloyd Gonzales.

On June 12, 2010, the weekend before school started, Pisay ’96 volunteers went to Mariveles, Bataan to personally turn over the school supplies to the children of the village. The SOS Village in Bataan houses 93 children from all over Central Luzon, 85 of whom go to school in the nearby barangay. All 85 schoolkids, with grade levels ranging from pre–school to 3rd year high school, were provided with materials to help them get ready for the start of the school year.

About SOS Children’s Villages

SOS Villages house orphaned, neglected, and abandoned children. They provide long–term family–based care and education to children in extreme difficult circumstances, giving them inspiration, support, and encouragement they need to be able to take their place in society.

The first SOS Children’s Village in the Philippines was established in Lipa City in 1963. To date there are a total of 8 Children’s Villages in cities and provinces across the country.

To know more about SOS Children’s Villages or to find out how you can help, please visit

About Pisay ’96

Philippine Science High School scholars received premier education in the sciences to help in the nation’s development. Since its 10th jubilee anniversary in 2006, the Philippine Science High School Class of 1996 (Pisay ’96) has been conducting socio–civic projects in communities across the country, as a sign of gratitude and return to the nation.

To know more about other Pisay ’96 projects and activities, please send an e-mail to [email protected].


Donate your recyclables to Pisay 96 to help save the environment and a schoolkid in need.

For the rest of May and the first week of June, we will be collecting recyclables and exchanging them for school supplies to give to schoolchildren in underpriviledged communities, just in time for the start of the new school year.

This Saturday, our volunteers will be at D’ Cape Mile Bar and Restaurant in Mo. Ignacia Ave. from 10AM to 2PM to receive your donations. We can also arrange for a meet-up or a pick-up at a location and time more convenient for you. Please send as a message through e-mail ([email protected]) or mobile (09204469728).

You may donate any of the following:

  • Scrap paper, old newspaper, carton boxes or cardboard scraps
  • Old notebooks and books
  • Empty PET bottles, plastic cups, scrap plastic
  • Glass bottles, beer, softdrink, catsup bottles
  • Aluminum and tin cans, aluminum bottle caps, GI sheets, scrap metal
  • Empty ink cartridges
  • Junk electrical appliances
  • Used batteries
  • Other recyclable materials

We will be posting more announcements and other drop-off venues; we’ll keep you updated.

Maraming salamat!

Please help us spread the word. Thanks.


Maraming salamat

Maraming salamat to everyone who contributed to the success of yesterday’s medical mission in Brgy. Atisan, San Pablo City. Special thanks to the volunteer doctors, Pen Pablo, Angeli Espiritu, Joyce Ann Saba (and friends) and to the gracious hosts and co-organizers, Angel Prudente, Veronica Prudente & the Kiwanis Club of Buklod SP.

Sa uulitin :)


Laguna Med Mission on 18 April 2010

The PSHS Classes of 1996 and 1997 will be conducting a medical and deworming mission in San Pablo City on April 18, 2010. This is the fourth in a series of medical missions being conducted by the PSHS Class of 1996 since 2006 as a way of giving back to the Filipino communities.

Once again, we would like to ask for your support to ensure the success of the project. We invite you to join us as volunteers to provide assistance to the medical team. We also welcome donations in kind and in cash. Currently, we are still in need of the following medicine:

  • Multivitamins
  • Paracetamol
  • Co-trimoxazole
  • Cephalexin
  • Cefuroxime
  • Amoxicillin
  • Cloxacillin
  • Doxycycline
  • Mefenamic acid
  • Ibuprofen
  • Indomethacin
  • Betahistine
  • Cetirizine
  • Diphenhydramine
  • Phenylpropanolamine
  • Metoprolol
  • Captopril
  • Furosemide
  • Spironolactone
  • Isosorbide Dinitrate
  • Isosorbide Mononitrate
  • Ranitidine
  • Hydrite/Oresol
  • Guaiafenesin
  • Carbocisteine

You may leave a message here or contact us by e-mail ([email protected]) or mobile phone (0920 4469728) if you would like to volunteer or make a donation.

We look forward to your generous support.

Maraming salamat.

Philippine Science High School scholars received premier education in the sciences to help in the nation’s development. Since its 10th jubilee anniversary in 2006, the Philippine Science High School Class of 1996 (Pisay ’96) has been conducting socio-civic projects in communities across the country, as a sign of gratitude and return to the nation.


Christmas Party for Streetchildren, Year 3

In the spirit of the holiday season, Pisay ’96 will be conducting the 3rd Pisay ’96 Christmas Party for Streetchildren on December 13, 2008 at UP Diliman, Quezon City. The activity is an annual Christmas tradition for children in the UP Diliman and adjacent areas who are not privileged enough to have the means to celebrate the holidays.

We would like to solicit your support to the project by supplementing the snacks for the participants and volunteers of the activity or by donating toys, books, or any other materials that may be given as gits or giveaways for the children. You may also want to donate your time and volunteer to be part of the program or be one of the facilitators of the event.

We are expecting 100 children to participate in the activity and we will welcome any form of support that you will be able to extend. You may contact us via email [email protected] or through mobile # 63920 4469728.

We are looking forward to a positive response. In behalf of the children whom you will be providing with a truly memorable experience, thank you very much and Merry Christmas!

Maraming salamat to all those who’ve given donations for the streetchildren’s party.

For those who would like to make a pledge, below is a list of items that are still needed. Pledges have been made for those items with a strikethrough. The list will be posted in and updated regularly. You may donate any quantity or amount. You may also donate items that are not in the list. For cash donations please contact us through the contact details provide below.

100 pcs fried chicken
100 pcs juice packs
100 pcs hotdog on stick
100 pcs sandwiches
  sorbetes (we will be renting a sorbetes cart
100 boxes crayons
100 pcs pencils
  sorbetes (we will be renting a sorbetes cart)
100 pcs children’s storybooks / coloring books (preferably books by Adarna / Lampara / Anvil’s Lola Basyang / or those depicting Filipino values and culture – these are sold in all major bookstores for less than P100 each)

To make a pledge or to volunteer for the event, please contact us through
email ([email protected]), YM/Skype (micamaldita), or SMS (0920 4469728).

Muli, maraming salamat! :)