CMU will be offering 24 sections for the Academic, Tecvoc and Sports Tracks for the Senior High School Program effective School Year 2016-2017 per Government Permit Number 247 series of 2016. The Academic Tracks include Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS), Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM), while the Tecvoc Tracks are Home Economics, Food Processing, Cookery, Food and Beverages Services, Agro- fishery, Dairy and Swine Productions and the Sports Tracks will offer basketball, football, volleyball, sepak takraw and track events.
Dr. Judith D. Intong, VPAA, said that CMU will not offer general academic programs, “At most, we will have 1,200 senior high school students to accommodate. We have already divided 12 sections in the morning and 12 sections in the afternoon,” she added.
The placement examination for Senior High School will be on April 14, 15 and 21, 2016, at Rooms Education 13 to Education 24, College of Education at 7:30 am. The requirements include Senior High School Application Form, 2 pcs. 1×1 recent colored ID picture, Photocopy of Grade 10 Report Card, and a non-refundable Testing Fee of PhP 200.00.
On the other hand, the University Laboratory High School Admission Test (ULHSAT) Batch 2 will be on April 22, 2016 at Rooms Education 13 to Education 24, College of Education, at 7:30 am with the following requirements: ULHS Admission Test Application form, 2 pcs. 1×1 recent colored ID picture, photocopy of Grade 6 Report Card, and a non-refundable testing fee of PhP 200.00.
Meanwhile, the CMU College Admission Test (CMUCAT) will be on May 6, 2016, at Rooms Education 13 to Education 24, College of Education at 7:30 am. The requirements include CMUCAT Application Form, 2 pcs 1×1 recent colored ID picture, photocopy of High School Report Card or Fourth Year Card and a non-refundable testing fee of PhP 200.00.
The application forms are available at the Office of Admission and Scholarships Programs (OASP) located at the Graduate School Building.
By: Ann Nambatac
Edited by: Efren Leo John V. Aribal, Chief, PRIO