Buy tickets and join your co-alumni at the PSHS Fund Raising Dinner. 6pm, August 31, 2019. Grand Ballroom, Seda Hotel, Vertis North!
Help the Foundation help your beloved alma mater continue to be
the leading science high school in the Asia Pacific Region preparing our
scholars to be globally competitive Filipino scientists equipped with 21st
century skills and imbued with the core values of truth, excellence and service
to be nation.”
Join us as we pay tribute to Batch 69 on their 50th
anniversary as PSHS alumni!
Join us as we bestow the Batch Pins and the Dr. Cleofe M. Bacuñgan Fellow and Donor Pins to the donors of The PSHS Foundation Endowment Gift-Giving Project.
Dinner and dancing follows.
You may opt to pay here via credit card or deposit to BPI Current Account and BPI Dollar Account.
Bank of the Philippine Islands Peso/Current Account Account Name: Philippine Science High School Foundation Inc. Account Number: 4431-0000-54
Dollar Saving Account Account Name: Philippine Science High School Foundation Inc. Account Number: 4434-0000-39 Branch Code: SM North Edsa – 0443 Swift Code: BOPIPHMM
2019 Clean Tech Competition in New York, USA
CONGRATULATIONS to the PSHS Main Campus Teams PSHS-MC Peltier and the Coal Kids whose researches are finalists in the 2019 Spellman HV Clean Tech Competition, in the Resource Preservation Category, which will be held at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York City on July 16-17, 2019. The two Teams are among the 10 teams selected for the finals in the Category from hundreds of teams from 40 countries. They will be exhibiting and presenting their research to the judges on July 17, 2019.
“The Clean Tech Competition is a unique, worldwide research and
design challenge for pre-college youth. The program encourages scientific understanding
of real-world issues and the integration of environmentally responsible energy
sources. Each year, the Clean Tech Competition addresses an issue that is
grounded in core technological competency areas and focuses on the next great
engineering challenges. The competition is designed to foster a deeper
understanding of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) related
concepts, recognize outstanding talent, and prepare the next generation of
globally competitive innovators. The
Clean Tech Competition is a program of the Center for Science Teaching & Learning (CSTL).”
Team “PSHS-MC Peltier”, composed of Grade 11 students Louise Gabrielle N.
Espiña, John Kloyd P. Araza, Maria Gabriela P. Gayon, and teacher-adviser,
Adrian Augusto M. Sumalde, PSHS ’05, will be presenting their research “Development
of a Peltier-tile Based Thermoelectric Generator System With a Cuboidal Coolant
Team “Coal Kids”,
composed of Bertrand Michael L. Diola, Sophia Francesa B. Pre, Caithleen Anne
U. Ricaforte, and teacher-adviser Dawn T. Crisologo, PSHS ‘97, will be
presenting their research “Feasibility of Circulating Fluidized Bed Coal
Bottom Ash as Clay Soil Conditioner”.
In the 2017 Spellman
Clean Tech Competition, the PSHS Team composed of Philippe Bungabong, Justin
Opulencia and Maded Battara III, won 1st Runner-Up for their
“Development of an
Integrated Online System for the Regulation of Household Electrivity Consumption”.
This year’s theme is
“Toward a Greener Tomorrow”. Due to the drastically
increased number of competing teams world-wide, CSTL decided to have 2 categories, Resource
Preservation and Mitigating the Effects of Climate Change for the 2019
Competition. There are 10 teams each per
category. The winners in each category
stand to win $10,000.00. Each finalist
team is considered already a winner and will be given a $1,000.00 prize.
Launching of TPF EGG
40th anniversary of PSHS
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