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Background of the Study

Every institution, council, brotherhood, fraternity,


club, association, college, guild, and etc. has their own
Mission and Vision which is used to explain in
organizations purpose and direction. (www.Wikipedia.com)
Mission statement define the organizations purpose and
primary objectives. These statements why an organization as
a business, both to members of organization to the people
outside it. Mission statement tend to be short, clear, and
powerful. While, vision statements also define the
organization purpose, but they focus on the goals and
aspirations. The statements are designed to be uplifting and
inspiring. There also timeless: even if the organization
changes its strategy, the vision statement can often stay
the same.
Some people think defining a schools vision and
mission and can be done quickly. Wrong! Developing the
schools vision and mission are the two most important steps
toward creating a successful program. Done well, they give
clarity and direction for a school. A muddy vision or
mission can lead to continuing conflicts, and a school that

has difficulty in identifying priorities. In IKGCA the


mission is:
To provide affordable

quality education and carry out

programs for spiritual, mental, physical, and social wellbeing which will strengthen Christian faith, build
character, promote active community service: and offer
scholarship grants to less privileged but Meanwhile its
Vision is:
Iloilo King of Glory Christian Academy Incorporated is
a strong Christ-Centered educational institution, providing
excellent school experiences: preparing, transforming,
building learners for life: making a difference that will
impact the community.
It can be observed that most students in Iloilo King of
Glory Christian Academy Inc. are not aware of the schools
mission and vision. Only a few students can memorize the
whole part of it.
In this connection, something has to be done to
determine the students awareness of the schools mission
and vision. That is the focus of this research. The
objective of the researcher is to examine the awareness of
mission and vision among the students Iloilo King of Glory

Christian Academy Inc. this served as the remedial? In the


school were the researchers were enrolled as students.

THEORITICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE STUDY

This research is based on SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY which


states that by being a member of a certain institution
provides a sense of identity and a sense of belongingness.
In order to understand the importance of these concepts at
an individual level, it is important to understand the
fundamental concept of SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY. SOCIAL
IDENTITY THEORY maintains that a person identifies him or
herself as a member of the society. In addition to personal
identity. The self-concept is also of a social identity
(Bhattacharya et.al 1995). Addiction, Ashfat and Mael (1989)
argue that social identification is the perception of
belonging as they all state the something that is applicable
for every single employee, students, etc. within the
organization no matter which department or level he|she
works in. In school, in order for students to feel the sense
of belongingness, they need to be aware of schools mission
and vision. It is for this reason that this study was

conducted. It aimed determine students awareness of mission


and vision in Iloilo King of Glory Christian Academy Inc.

Figure 1. Shows Paradigm of this Research. It can be seen


from the paradigm that the Independent Variables one age,
gender and year level while the Dependent Variable is
Students Awareness of Mission and Vision of the School.
INDEPENTDENT

VARIABLES

Age

DEPENTDENT

VARIABLES

Students Awareness of Mission


and Vision

Gender
Year Level

Statement of the Problem


The aim of the study was to determine the Students
Awareness on the Mission and Vision of Iloilo King of Glory
Christian Academy Inc.
Specially, it sought to give answer to the following
questions:
1. What is the students awareness of the Mission and
Vision when taken a whole and clarified according to
their:

Age

(b) Gender

and

(c) Year Level

2. Are there significant differences in the students


awareness of the Mission and Vision? When Classified
to:
Age

(b) Gender

and

(c) Year Level

Hypothesis

Based on the research problems, the following


hypothesis were tested:
There are no significant differences in the Students
Awareness of the Mission and Vision of the Iloilo King of
Glory Christian Academy Inc. when they are classified
according to Age, Gender, and Year Level.

Significance of the Study

The researchers feel that the findings of this study


would benefit the following dientele: students,
teachers/educators, school administrators and future
researchers.
The students will be aware of the schools purpose a
goal and they will realize its importance.
The results of this study would help teachers or educators
to encourage students to memorize the schools mission and
vision.
School administrators will also be benefited by the
findings of this way that they could truly prove that the
schools mission and vision is really memorized and
understood.
Lastly, future researchers will find the result of the
study helpful and beneficial for it will serve as the basis
of them to conduct further studies.

Definition of Terms

For clarification purposes, the following terms as used


in research one hereby defined conceptually and
operationally.
Student a person who attends a school, college, or
university (Merriam-Websters) in this study, it refers the
high school students enrolled in IKGCA in year 2014-2015.
Awareness knowing that something (such as a situation,
condition, or problem) exist (Merriam-Websters)
In the study, it refers to students knowledge and
familiarity of the mission and vision in Iloilo King of
Glory Christian Academy.
Mission- define the organizations purposes and primary
objectives.
In this study, it refers to the schools mission which
is:
To provide affordable quality education and carry out
programs for spiritual, mental, physical and social wellbeing which strengthen Christian faith, build character,
promote active community service: and offer scholarship
grants to less privileged but intellectually gifted and
highly motivated to learn students.

Vision- an organizations purpose, but they focus on its


goals and aspiration. In this study, it refers to the
schools vision which is:
Iloilo King of Glory Christian Academy Inc. is a strong
Christ-centered educational institution, providing excellent
school experiences: preparing, transforming, building
learners for life: making a difference that will impact the
community.
Independent Variable: (ask.com) refers to the variables
that manipulated in an experiment, study, or Math problem.
In this study, it refers to the students gender, age,
and year level.
Dependent Variable: (WIKIPEDIA) represents the output
or effect, or is tested to see. If it is the effect which is
also known as a response variable, measured variable,
responding variable, explained variable, outcome
variable, experimental variable and output variable.
In this study, it refers to the students awareness of
Mission and Vision.

Delimitation of the Study

This investigation focused on students awareness of


mission and in Iloilo King of Glory Christian Academy
Incorporated. It will also tried to ascertain the
significant differences in the students awareness of the
Mission and Vision when classified according to certain
categories. The study was conducted at Iloilo King of Glory
Christian Academy utilizing the high school student enrolled
during the school year 2014-2015 as respondents.
The respondents were selected purposely. They were
classified according to their age, gender, and year level.
The researchers used the questionnaire to get the necessary
data needed for the pursuit of this study. It was used
personally constructed and was subjected validity and
rehabilitee testing. The administration of the questionnaire
was also be done by the researchers.
The study was conducted on January 2015. These
statistical test utilized in statistical analysis gathered
data were the means standard derivation, and t-test and oneway ANOVA. The level of significance will be set at .05
alpha.

Chapter 2
METHDODOLOGY
This chapter presents the methodology of the study.
Specifically, is discusses the research design. Methods,
subjects, sources of data gathering procedures, and
statistical data analysis.

Research Design
This study aimed to determine the Students Awareness
of the Mission and Vision of Iloilo King of Glory Christian
Academy Inc. Estancia, Iloilo during this school year 20142015.
The descriptive method of research was employed in this
research. Descriptive method according to (Gay 1993) is a
way of collecting data in order to test the hypotheses or to
answer questions concerning the current status of the
subjects under study.

The Respondents
The respondents of this study were the 65 high school
of Iloilo King of Glory Christian Academy Inc. Estancia,
Iloilo who were officially enrolled during this school year
2014-2015 excluding dropouts. In selecting these
respondents, the researchers got 20% of the total population
of high school students of the said institution. According
to (Gay 1996) for a descriptive research, 20% of the total
population is enough to represent as samples. Then, they
were selected through simple random sampling or the lottery
procedures, the name of each student were written on a small
piece of paper. The paper were rolled and put inside the
box, then the researchers picked out the name of the student
to be utilized as respondents until the 20% was reached.
The respondents were classified according to their
gender, age, and year level.
The gender was categorized into: Male and Female.

The age was categorized into: Younger (13 years old and
below) and older (14 years old and above).
The year level was categorized into Grade 7, Grade 8,
Grade 9 and 4th year.
The data in table 1 shows the distribution of the
respondents classified as to certain categories. As shown
from the table, there were 65 respondents.
When classified as to their gender, there were 44.6
males and 36 or 55.4 females.
When they were classified as to their age, there were
23 or 35.4 younger students and 42 or 64.6 older students.
When they were classified as to their year level, there
were 23 or 35.4% Grade 7, 15 or 23.1 Grade 8, 12 or 18.5
Grade 9, 15 or 23.1 4th Year.

Table 1 Distribution of respondents classified as to Gender,


Age, Year-Level.
Categories

Frequency

Percentage

A. Entire Group

65

100%

Male

29

44.6%

Female

36

55.6%

23

35.4%

42

64.6%

Grade 7

23

35.4%

Grade 8

15

23.1%

3rd year

12

18.5%

4th year

15

23.1%

B. Gender

C. Age
Younger(13yrs.Old and
below)
Older(14yrs.Old and above)
D. Year Level

Sources Of Data
The research instrument that served as the source of
data in this study was the Schools Mission and Vision
Questionnaire.
This was personally created by the researchers to
gather the data needed such as number of high school
students in Iloilo King of Glory Christian Academy Inc.
The first part contained some question about the
respondent, his/her name, gender, age, and year level.
The second part contained question regarding the
Schools Mission and Vision. In determining this objective,
a close test about Mission and Vision of the School given to
the respondents.

Arbitrary Scale

Mean Score
8.32-12.00
4.66-8.31
1.00-4.65

Interpretation
-

High
Average
Low

Data Gathering Procedures


To gather the data needed for the study. The
researchers asked permission from every class adviser of the
students that served as the respondents for this study.
Once permitted, the researchers derived the 20% of the
total number of every level and utilized as respondents of
the study.
All data gathered in this study were tallied, coded,
computer procedure analyzed and interpreted.

Statistical Data Analysis


The data gathered in this study were subjected to
Statistical treatment. Certain statistical tools were used
as follows: frequency count, mean, t-test, and one-way
ANOVA.
Frequency count was used to determine the number of
respondents whether they were taken as an entire group or
classified as to gender, age, and year level.
Mean was used to know the Awareness of the Mission and
Vision of students in IKGCA taken as an entire group or
classified as to gender, age, and year level.
T-test was used to determine the significant
differences in the Awareness of the Mission and Vision among
the students of IKGCA when they were classified as to gender
and age.
One-way ANOVA was used to determine the significant
differences in the Awareness of the Mission and Vision among
students of IKGCA when they were classified as to year
level.
Chapter 3

RESULTS AND INTERPRETATION


This chapter deals with the results of this study. It
is divided into two parts namely:
Descriptive Data Analysis
Part One, Descriptive Data Analysis, discusses the
students degree of awareness on the schools mission and
vision.
Part Two, Inferential Data Analysis, deals with
differences in the awareness of the Schools Mission and
Vision when they were classified as to certain categories.

Descriptive Data Analysis

The primary objectives of this research was to


determine the degree of Awareness about the Mission and
Vision of IKGCA among the high school students. For this
reason, the gathered data were subjected descriptive
statistical treatment. The means and its corresponding
descriptions were used.

Degree of Awareness to the Schools Mission and Vision

The data in Table 2 show the (TITLE) as can be seen


from the Table, the results show that the High School
students of the IKGCA reflected a high: degree of
awareness on the schools Mission and Vision when they were
taken as an entire group. The same result was noted among
Females, Older, (14 years old & above) students, Grade 8,
Grade 9, and Fourth Year students. This is attested by their
obtained mean scores which ranged from 9:00 to 11.93. On the
other hand, the Males, Younger (13 years old & below)
students, and those in the Grade 7, reflected only an
average awareness of the schools Mission and Vision. Their
obtained means ranged from 6.91 to 7.76.

Table 2 Degree of Awareness on the Schools Mission and


Vision Among Students Classified as to Certain Categories.
Category

Mean

Description

Entire Group

9.28

High

Male

7.76

Average

Female

10.50

High

7.43

Average

10.29

High

Grade 7

6.91

Average

Grade 8

10.47

High

Grade 9

9.00

High

4th Year

11.93

High

Gender

Age
Younger(13yrs.old and
below)
Older(14 yrs. Old and
above)
Year Level

Arbitrary Scale

Mean Scores

Interpretation

8.32-12.00 -

High

4.66- 8.31 -

Average

1.00-4.65

Low

Inferential Data Analysis

The data gathered for this study were also subjected


to inferential statistical treatment in order to determine
the differences in the awareness of students on the schools
mission and vision. When they are were classified as to
certain categories. The t-test and one way analysis of
variance were used in the statistical treatment of data.

Differences in the Awareness on the Schools Mission and


vision among students classified as to Certain Categories

Table 3 and 4 shows the data on the differences in the


Awareness of the Schools Mission and Vision, taking a closer
look on the table the findings reveal that age, gender, and
year level did make significant differences in their
awareness of the schools Mission and Vision shown by the Ttest results which generated SIG.(2tailed) values of

0.02

for age and gender and ONE-WAY ANOVA results which generated
a Sig. Value of .000 which all did not surpass the set
significance of 0.05 alpha.
Table 3 T-Test showing the Differences in the Awareness
on the Schools Mission and Vision Among students classified
as to Age and Gender.
Categories

SD

MEAN

DF

T-VALUE

SIG.

Interpretation

(2TAILED)
Age
Younger

23

3.871

7.43

Older

42

3.198

10.33

Male

29

3.916

7.76

Female

36

3.028

10.50

63

-3.241

.002

Significant

63

-3.184

.002

Significant

Gender

Sig. (2-tailed) 0.05, Not Significant

Sig. (2-tailed) 0.05, Significant

Table 4 One-way ANOVA Showing the Differences in the


Awareness

of

the

Schools

Mission

and

Vision

Among

the

Students Classified as to Year Level


Categories

SD

Mean

Grade 7

23

4.03

6.91

Grade 8

15

10.4

Grade 9

12

2.72

4th Year

15

9.00

3.71

11.9

df

Sig.

Interpretatio
n

64

8.48

.000

Significant

.258

Sig. (2-tailed) 0.05, Not Significant


Sig. (2-tailed) 0.05, Significant

Some significant differences were noted in the (title)


when classified according to year level, a Scheffe test was
utilized to determine where the differences lie among the
Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9 and 4th year students.

It can be gleaned from Table 5 that the differences


were observed between Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9 and 4th
Year. This is attested by the obtained significant value
which resulted to 0.015 and 0.05 alpha level.
Table 5 Scheffe test showing the multiple comparing of
differences

in

the

Awareness

of

Students

on

the

School

Mission and Vision. When were classified according to year


level.
Year

Mean

Std.

Level

Difference

Error

Sig.

Interpretatio
n

Grade 7

-3.554

1.053

.015

Significant

-2.087

1.130

.342

Not

& Grade 8

Grade 7
& Grade 9

Grade 7

Significant

-5.020

1.053

.000

Significant

1.467

1.229

.701

Not

&4th Year

Grade 8
& Grade 9

Grade 8

Significant

-1.467

1.159

.661

& 4thYear

Grade 9
& 4thYea

Not
Significant

-2.933

1.229

.139

Not
Significant

CHAPTER 4
SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS
This chapter presents the summary of the study.
It is also includes the conclusions and recommendations
derived from the findings.
SUMMARY
This study

aimed

to

determine

Schools Mission and Vision among


King

of

Glory

Christian

the

awareness of the

students

of

Iloilo

Academy Inc.

Specifically, it sought to answer the following


questions:
1.

What is the students awareness of the Mission and

Vision when taken as a whole and classified according to


thireAge

(b) Gender

and

(c) Year Level

Are there significant differences in the students


awareness of the Mission and Vision? When Classified to:
Age
the

(b) Gender
aforementioned

and

researchers

(c) Year LevelIn

objectives,

employed

regard

to

descriptive

the
method

of

research.

The
independent
age, and year

variables
level.

used

were

the

students

gender,

The

dependent

variables

used

were

the Students

Awareness of the Schools Mission and Vision.


The
65

respondents
students

utilized

of

Iloilo

in

this

King

of

research
Glory

were

the

Christian

Academy
Inc.

during

determined

the
by

school

using

year

Gays

2014-2015.

formula

in

They

were

getting

the

sample
size

which

is

20%

of

the

total

population

(223)

were
selected

through

classified

simple

according

The

instrument

was

the

random

used

to:

gender,

in

questionnaire

sampling.

getting

age,and

made

They

by

the

were

year level.

the

necessary

data

researchers.

It

was
administered

through

respondents.

The

The

study

statistical

treatment

of

percentage,

personal

the

tools

was

mean,

examination
conducted

used

data

in

were

t-test,

the

the

on

to

January

Conclusions

was

set

at

frequency

and ONE-WAY Anova.

.05

alpha

2015.

statistical

of
significance

the

level.

count,
The

level

Based

on

the

findings

revealed

in

this

study,

the
Following conclusions
It

was

IKGCA

found

out

were
that

formulated.
the

High School students

of

reflected a high: degree of awareness on the

schools Mission and Vision.


concluded

that

students

Christian

Academy

Therefore

Inc.

in

Iloilo

it

can be

King

of

Glory

had a high: degree of awareness

on the schools Mission and Vision.


The

results

an

entire

as

indicated

that

the High School

students

group; Females, Older, (14 years old &

above) students, Grade 8, Grade 9, and Fourth Year students


had

high: degree of awareness on the schools Mission

and Vision.
Therefore,
entire

it

group: ;

is

concluded

that

the

students

as

an

among Females, Older, (14 years old &

above) students, Grade 8, Grade 9, and Fourth Year student


had

high: degree of awareness on the schools Mission

and Vision.
While those in the Males ,Younger (13 years old and below )
and Grade 7, reflected only an average awareness of the
schools Mission and Vision. Therefore,
that

the

it

is

concluded

Males, Younger (13 years old and below) and

Grade 7, reflected only an average awareness of the


schools Mission and Vision.
Results

further

in

T-Test showing the Differences in the

Awareness on the Schools Mission and Vision Among students


classified as to age and gender that there
Differences

in

the

Students

and Vision classified


concluded

that

the

as

significant

Awareness of the Mission

to

male

was

and

gender and age . It


female

students

is
and

Younger (13 years old and below) and Older (14 years old and
above) has significant differences in the

Students

Awareness of the Mission and Vision. Same findings was also


reflected in the results of the

One-way ANOVA showing the

Differences in the Awareness of the Schools Mission and


Vision among the Students classified as to Year Level that
there was significant. Differences in the Awareness of the
Schools Mission and Vision. It is concluded that the Grade
7,Grade 8 , Grade 9 , and Fourth Year has significant
differences in the

Students

Awareness of the Mission and

Vision.
Since there was significant differences existed in the
year level based on the

findings of the One-way ANOVA, a

Scheffe Test was done and its shows that only between the
Grade 7 and Grade 8 and Grade 7 and Fourth Year has the
significant differences in the

Students

Awareness of the

Mission and Vision. While between

Grade 7& Grade 9,Grade 8

& Grade 9, Grade 8 & 4thYear, Grade 9 & 4thYear has no


significant differences in the

Students

Awareness of the

Mission and Vision.


Therefore it
Null

is

hypothesis

inferred

significant

this

study

that

states

that

there

are

that

in

differences

in

the
no

the Students Awareness

of

the Mission and Vision of Iloilo King of Glory Christian


Academy
gender

Inc. when

accepted

and year

they
level

are
is

classified
hereby

as to

age,

rejected. However it is

in the Scheffe test between Grade 7& Grade 9,Grade

8 & Grade 9, Grade 8 & 4thYear, Grade 9 & 4thYear.

Recommendations
The following are hereby advanced based on the findings
and conclusions of the study.
The students should make an effort to memorize the
Mission and Vision of the school for it is one of the
important thing that the students should always keep in mind
and understand. Through this, they will know the purpose and
goals of the institution.

In addition, the teacher/advisers must have the


participation that it will be a requirement to every student
especially the grade 7 or the newbees to memorize the
Mission and Vision and they should impose the significance
of it. They could also give an extra credit or plus to those
can memorized.

It was observed that some students can only remember the


whole lines of the Mission and Vision during a particular
period of time but as it goes by, their knowledge about it
becomes lesser and mostly forget about it .Therefore ,
recommend that every

student is required

we

to recite the

Mission and Vision right after the flag ceremony.


Furthermore, each classroom could also have a header of the
Mission and Vision for several purposes.
Lastly, this

study

will

be

beneficial

researchers for

this

will

serve

conducting more

studies

regarding

as

of the schools Mission and Vision .

to
basis

the

future

when

the Students Awareness