Science Club Month Celebration: September 4-25, 2009...hail to the great VCSHS!

2009 Science Club Month Celebration

The Science Department announces the holding of the Science Fair in accordance to the 2009 National Science Club Month Celebration.

The Science Fair is an annual activity that aims to promote science and technology consciousness among the students, through the exhibition of science research projects, jingle making contest, quiz bee, water rocket launching, Sci-Dama and other science related activities. Ultimately, it seeks to identify the best and the most creative among the science-inclined and technology-conscious students of Valenzuela City Science High School.

This year’s Science Fair theme is "Adapting to diverse science culture for development." which will be highlighted on September 25, 2009 at the school quadrangle through various science activities. Winners from each activity will receive medals, trophies and cash prizes (SIP and Science Jingle). First place winners from sci-dama, collage and painting contest will represent the school in the upcoming Congressional Science Fair on September 15, 2009 at Dalandanan National high School.


·         To provide an effective medium in the development of science and technology consciousness among the students of Valenzuela City – Public High Schools and promote public understanding and appreciation of scientific breakthroughs

·         To improve the quality of science and technology education in the community

·         To encourage research and development among the students
·         To undertake scientific activities that will develop the students creativity, analytical mind and integrity
·         To   disseminate and apply learned science and   technology concepts and principles
·         To identify and give recognition to outstanding students-researchers
·         To provide a venue for intellectual and social interaction among participants and Science & Technology experts
·         To create an atmosphere of competitiveness and excellence in undertaking scientific activities and toward achieving breakthroughs in research

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