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MOST COMMON FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE THE DECISION OF GRADE 10

STUDENTS OF DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN SELECTING SENIOR

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND STRAND SY 2018-2019

A Research Problem Presented to the


Faculty of the Senior High School
Daguit National High School
Labo, Camarines Norte

In partial fulfillment of the requirements


For the subject Practical Research 2

Azzeneth A. Guira
Rose A. Lacson
Jamaica C. Tabunan
Reymhieluz J. Velasquez

SY 2018-2019
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

CERTIFICATION

This research problem entitled “MOST COMMON FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE


THE DECISION OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS OF DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH
SCHOOL IN SELECTING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND STRAND SY 2018-
2019” prepared and submitted by AZZENETH A. GUIRA, ROSE A. LACSON,
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN and REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the subject Practical Research 2 has been examined and recommended
for Oral Examination.

HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA


Research Adviser

APPROVAL

Approved by the Panel of Oral Examiners on October 16, 2018 with the grade of
93%.

MANUEL P. REANTAZO
Chairman
ROSVY A. ARMENTA DARYLL A. VILLANUEVA
Member Member
Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Practical
Research 2.

HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA


Research Adviser
LOURDES B. MESA
Principal II
ANKNOWLEDGEMENT

The researchers wish to express their deepest gratitude to the following persons:

Grade 10 advisers: Mr. Fernando A. Tenorio, Mr. Adonis B. Villaluz, Mr. Melchor

J. Rufo and Mrs. Riyahlyn Q. Villanueva, and Mrs. Lourdes B. Mesa, Principal II for their

support during the data gathering as part of the study;

Mrs. Harlene Francia A. Sarion, for imparting the much needed knowledge in this

research paper, for her ever tested patience, understanding and diligence in guiding the

researchers in this endeavor;

To the panel of examiners: Mr. Daryll A. Villanueva, Mr. Manuel P. Reantazo and

Ms. Rosvy A. Armenta, for their time and effort in reading the manuscript, for their

challenging questions and for criticizing the study for more improvement;

To all grade 10 students of Daguit National High School for being the respondents

of the study;

Mr. Ariel Z. Aloc, for being the technical assistant during the oral defense of the

researchers;

Velasquez and Balauro residence, for their kindness and letting the researchers to

do this research at their home;

To their parents and family members whose encouragement, genuine love, moral

and financial support, and served as inspiration in the completion of this work;
To their classmates and friends, for their inspiring words, moral and spiritual

support while doing the work;

Above all, to the Almighty God, the source of all these material blessings, who

sustained them with strength and courage to persevere in the most difficult stage of the

work.

The researchers.
DEDICATION

“This was all dedicated to our Almighty God for guiding us and
giving us strength to do this study, also to our love ones
,teachers, friends and parents, for their everlasting
support not just in this study but
also in our everyday life.”

The Researchers
ABSTRACT

Title : MOST COMMON FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE

THE DECISION OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS OF

DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN

SELECTING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TRACK

AND STRAND SY 2018-2019

Researchers : Azzeneth A. Guira, Rose A. Lacson, Jamaica C.

Tabunan, Reymhieluz J. Velasquez

Strand : Acountantcy, Business and Management

School : Daguit National High School

School Year : 2018-2019

Adviser : Harlene Francia A. Sarion, MBA

This researcher study was conducted to identify the most common factor that

influence the grade 10 students of Daguit National High School in Selecting Senior High

School track and strand school year 2018-2019. The study will profit and contribute to the

upcoming Senior High School or grade 10 students, parents or guardians, guidance

counselors, existing theories, future researchers and the community. Particularly it sought

to answer the following research questions: 1.) How many grade 10 students are enrolled

in Daguit National High School SY 2018-2019 and what is their profile in terms of age,

gender, field of interest and skill/s? 2.) How many percent of the students shows that the

following factors influence their decision in choosing their Senior High School track and
strand? 3.) What recommendations can be made to help the grade 10 students in choosing

Senior High School track and strand?

The researchers cited and reviewed both local and foreign literature that helped to

support this research problem. Conceptual framework was made to guide the researchers

in the study it also served as the outline of the research. To present the conceptual

framework or the relationship of the variables the researchers construct a conceptual

paradigm.

This study used descriptive research design as it was applicable to the research

problem. To extract the information needed from the eighty-nine (89) respondents the

researchers used a survey questionnaire that consist of multiple choice and rank scale

question. The researchers utilized the frequency count and percentage to clearly present the

findings of the study.

After the data gathering the researchers arrive with the following findings:

1.) Number of grade 10 students who are currently enrolled in Daguit National High School

and their profile in terms of age, gender, field of interest, and skills. According to source

there are one-hundred fifteen (115) grade 10 students in Daguit National High School. The

majority of the students are age fifteen and below with fifty-three percent (53%) or forty-

seven (47) out of eighty-nine (89) respondents, the forty-two percent (42%) or thirty-seven

(37) out of eighty-nine (89) respondents are aged sixteen to seventeen, and only six percent

(6%) or five (5) out of eighty-nine (89) respondents are aged eighteen and above. The sixty-

four percent (64%) of the total respondents are female and the thirty-six percent (36%) or

thirty-two (32) of the respondents are male. The higher portion of the respondents was
interested in the field of education with forty-five percent (45%). Second is the field of

entrepreneurship with thirty-one percent (31%). Third is the field of sports with twenty-six

percent (26%). Fourth is the field of technology with twenty-four percent (24%). Fifth is

the field of arts with twenty percent (20%). Sixth is the field of mathematics with sixteen

percent (16%). Seventh is the field of agriculture with fifteen percent (15%). Eighth are the

field of medical and science with both thirteen percent (13%). Ninth is the field of

engineering with twelve percent (12%). Tenth is the field of politics with eight percent

(8%). Eleventh is the field of psychology with four percent (4%). And lastly are the field

of social science and communication with both one percent (1%). The respondents had the

following skills: forty-seven percent (47%) has communication skills; thirty-eight percent

(38%) has creativity and innovation skills; thirty-four percent (34%) has writing skills;

twenty-eight percent (28%) has analyzing skills; problem solving and management skills

has both twenty percent (20%); leadership and collaboration skills has both thirteen percent

(13%); ten percent (10%) are digital literate; and only three percent (3%) has empathy and

perspective skills.

2) By analyzing the gathered data the researchers found out that the most common

factor that influence the choice of grade 10 students in terms of selecting a Senior High

School track and strand is their educational aspiration with a total scores of three hundred

four (304) or an average percentage of twenty-two point eighty-seven percent (22.87%).

The second factor that shows the highest score was the academic experience of the

respondents with a total score of two hundred seventy-one (271) or an average percentage

of twenty point thirty-nine percent (20.39%). Third factor was the influence of the

respondent’s friends/peers with a total score of two hundred sixty-six (266) or an average
percentage of twenty point zero one percent (20.01%). Fourth factor is the respondent’s

family background with a total score of two hundred fifty-five (255) or an average

percentage of nineteen point nineteen percent (19.19%). The last factor that influences the

of grade 10 students was the advice of others with a total score of two hundred thirty-three

(233) or an average percentage of seventeen point fifty-three percent (17.53%).

3) Based on the survey conducted by the researchers most of the grade 10

respondents are planning to take general academic strand (GAS) under the academic track

in their Senior High School. This also have something to do with the interest of the majority

of the grade 10 respondents which is education.

With the findings above the researchers come up with the following conclusions:

1.) There are one hundred fifteen grade 10 students in Daguit National High School SY

2018-2019. Majority of the students are female and aged 15 below. Most of them are

interested in the field of education and have communication skills. 2.) The researchers

therefore conclude that the most common factor influencing the grade 10 students of Daguit

National High School by the year 2018-2019 in selecting Senior High School track and

strand was still their own educational aspiration. What they aspire to be in the future was

served as their pattern in the K to 12 program. This only indicates that most of them are

already have a career plan in their minds including the track and strand they would take in

Senior High school up to the curriculum exit when they already finished their high school.

3.) The student’s interest and skills are also one of the factors they consider in choosing a

track and strand. This was proven when most of the student respondent choice in Senior

High School was the general academic strand (GAS) which is the suggested strand in

Senior High School if you were planning to take education course in college.
According to the conclusions the researchers recommend the following: 1.) Strong

implementation of the Career Guidance Program (CGP) and self-assessment activity

among grade 10 students. 2.) Early orientation of the grade 10 students about the K to 12

Program especially the track and strand available in Senior High School and accessible

information about the program. 3.) Establish a training program for the grade 10 advisers

or guidance counselor/coordinator so they can guide properly guide the Senior High School

entrants.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAGE

TITLE PAGE i

APPROVAL SHEET ii

ACKNOWLEGDGMENT iii

DEDICATION v

ABSTRACT vi

TABLE OF CONTENTS xi

LIST OF TABLES xiv

LIST OF FIGURE xv

CHAPTER

I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Background of the Study 1

Statement of the Problem 3

Scope and Delimitation 4

Significance of the Study 5

Notes 6

II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

Related Literature 7

Local 7

Foreign 9
Synthesis of the State-of-the-Art 11

Conceptual Framework 12

Conceptual Paradigm 13

Definition of Terms 14

Notes 16

III RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Method of Research 17

Source of Data 18

Population of Study 18

Sampling Procedure 19

Findings from Sample Procedure 20

Research Instrument 28

Data Gathering Procedure 29

Statistical Treatment of Data 29

Notes 31

IV ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

Profile of the Respondents 32

Factors that Influence their Decision in 35

Choosing Senior High School Track and Strand

Choice of Grade 10 Students in Senior High School 40

Notes 42
V SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATION

Summary 43

Findings 44

Conclusions 46

Recommendations 47

BIBLIOGRAPHY 48

APPENDICES

A. Letter to School Administration 50

B. Letter to Panel 51

C. Letter to Respondents 54

D. List of Respondents 58

E. Questionnaire 59

F. Photo Documentation 61

CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) 66


LIST OF TABLES

Table Title Page

1 Distribution of Respondents 18

2 Age of the Respondents from Sample Procedure 20

3 Gender of the Respondents from Sample Procedure 21

4 Interest of the Respondents from Sample Procedure 22

5 Skills of the Respondents from Sample Procedure 23

6 Factors Affecting the Decision of the Respondents from 24

Sample Procedure

7 Total Scores from Sample Procedure 28

8 Profile of the Respondents in Terms of Age 32

9 Profile of the Respondents in Terms of Gender 33

10 Field of Interest 34

11 Skills 35

12 Factors Affecting the Decision of Grade 10 Students 38

13 Total Scores of the Factors 39


14 Percentage and Ranking of the Factors 40
15 The Choice of Grade 10 Students in Senior High School 41
LIST OF FIGURES

Figure Title Page

1 Conceptual Paradigm of the Study 13


Chapter 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Background of the Study

Making a decision regarding on such an important matter is not easy. You have to

consider a lot of factors. Because your choice will may help you or harm you in the future.

Just like in selecting a track and strand that is not simple where one must think over. “Your

Senior High School track directs you towards reaching your goals, so make sure you pick

a program that’s most useful to your skills and interest. Further, when you self-mastery and

ample research, you reach the most fruitful choice for your Senior High School studies.”

(Gubalane, 2017).

Taking a strand in Senior High School that doesn’t fit in your goal or plan in the

future this is what may happen: first you will get tired of everyday; second, it’s going to be

a “fake it till you made it day” every day; third, apparently this will reflect in your academic

performance, your grades might decrease promptly; fourth, you would think of shifting in

another track or strand; lastly, it will ruin your future career plan. In short choosing a wrong

track or strand will only give you hardship.

As the nation’s economy has been developed, its people educational level must also

be developed; learners can gain knowledge, improve and enhance skills through education.

Education is a thing that you can have and a treasure that no one can take away from you.

The education system in the Philippines has also undergone various stages of development,

from its simple beginning until it was shaped by foreign influences. Today, the Philippine
education was patterned from the state school system of the United States, which was so

called K to 12 Program.

The late President Benigno Aquino III signed the approval of the implementation

of the K to 12 Program through the Republic Act No. 10533 last May 15, 2013. The

program was formalized which covers Kindergarten and twelve (12) years of basic

education; six (6) years of primary education, four (4) years of Junior High School, and

additional two (2) years of Senior High School (SHS). Where each student in Senior High

School must choose among four (4) tracks: Academic; Technical-Vocational-Livelihood

(TVL); Arts and Design; and lastly Sports track. The Academic track includes four (4)

strands: Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM); Humanities and Social Science

(HUMSS); Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and General

Academic Strand (GAS). In choosing Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) track,

includes four (4) strands: Home Economics (HE), Information and Communication

Technology (ICT), Agri-Fishery Arts and Industrial Arts, where learners may obtain a

National Certificate Level II (NC II), as a proof that he/she passes the competency-based

assessment of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) after

completing the Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) track in grade 12. The Senior

High School curricula are focused on relevant industry courses to ensure employability,

better career options and valued credentials for student’s future.

Upon implementing the K to 12 Program most of the students are not really sure of

what they want to take in their Senior High School. Most of them are not aware of what

they really want or what tract and strand they interested. As observed this problem is very

common among grade 10 students, in a career guidance performed if you asked a grade 10
student about his/her preferred track and strand in Senior High School he/she would say I

don’t know’ or I can’t decide yet’. They are in the state where they must have a plan for

their career but still they considered their selves as undecided. Because here in K to 12

Program, you reach a railroad crossing where you must pick the right career track and

strand to your desired career route, which is each track and strand leading to a different

direction.

As part of the K to 12 Program, the researchers conducted this study which

determined different factors that may influence the grade 10 students in selecting a Senior

High School track and strand in Daguit National High School. And which among those

identified factors has higher portion based on the data gathered by the researchers.

Statement of the Problem

In generally the researchers aimed to determine the most common factor that affects

the decision of grade 10 students of Daguit National High School in selecting Senior High

School track and strand.

Specifically it sought to answer the following questions:

1. How many grade 10 students are enrolled in Daguit National High School SY 2018-

2019 and what is their profile in terms of?

a. Age

b. Gender

c. Field of interest

d. Skills
2. How many percent of the students shows that the following factors influence their

decision in choosing their Senior High School track and strand?

a. Educational aspiration

b. Advice of others

c. Friends/peer influence

d. Family background

e. Academic experience

3. What recommendations can be made to help the grade 10 students in choosing Senior

High School track and strand?

Scope and Delimitation

The study deals with the factors that may influence the grade 10 students of Daguit

National High School in selecting Senior High School track and strand. The study focused

on the grade 10 students SY 2018-2019 who are incoming Senior High School students.

This covers the personal decision of the student regarding in choosing track and strand.

Specifically it includes the personal factors including their skills, interest and likes. The

study does not encompass the behavior of the students, rule and regulations of the school

and other issues beyond the subject matter.

The data was gathered using questionnaire given to the grade 10 students in Daguit

National High School SY 2018-2019. This study did not include respondents from grade

nine (9), eight (8), and seven (7) students, Senior High School students, the faculty and

staff of Daguit National School and other schools.

Significance of the Study


The findings of this study will benefit several concerned parties and contributes new

theories regarding the factors that influence the choice of person in some aspect.

Specifically the findings of this study benefited the following:

Upcoming Senior High School or grade 10 students. This work will help the upcoming

Senior High School students to know the factors that they can consider in choosing Senior

High School track and strand. And also findings of this works help them to improve their

decision making ability.

The parent or guardians. As the supporters of the students they must know how to lead

their offspring’s towards a better career. This study will help them to be more aware about

the factors influencing their child’s career.

Guidance councilors. The researchers believe that this work will help the guidance

councilors in guiding the students in choosing the right career track, also in formulating

new techniques for effective counseling related in choosing a track and strand.

Existing theories. This study will contribute in the existing theories regarding the

factors that influence the grade 10 students in selecting Senior High School track and

strand.

Future researchers. This research paper can be a reference of the future researchers in

conducting the related research topic.

Community. The findings of this study will contribute in choosing a right career path

of every individual that will help them to be productive and functional in their community

in the future.
Notes

CIIT College of Art and Technology Philippines, (2017). Steps to Knowing Which
Senior High School Track Best Fits You. Retrieved as of January 30, 2018 from
https://www.ciit.edu.ph
Gubalane, D. (2016). How to Choose K to 12 Senior High School Track and Strand.
Retrieved as of January 30, 2018 from http://www.danielgubalane.com
Juanillo, ARV. (2017). This is What Happens When you Choose the Wrong Course in
College. Retrieved as of January 30, 2018 from http://www.candymag.com
The Open University OpenLearn, (2005). The Psychology of Decision Making.
Retrieved as of January 30, 2018 from http://www.open.edu
Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines, (2012). K to 12 Basic Education
Program Launching. Retrieved as of January 30, 2018 from
http://www.officialgazette.gov.ph
Varron, (2016). The Development of the Educational System in the Philippines [Web
log post]. Retrieved as of January 30, 2018 from http://varron.expertscolumn.com
K12Philippines, (2015). Philippines K12 Program: Four Senior High Career Tracks.
Retrieved from as of January 30, 2018 http://k12philippines.com
Formoso, C. (2016). SHS Tracks Offer Career Paths to Students. Retrieved as of
January 30, 2018 from http://m.inquirer.net
Chapter 2

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter discusses the literatures and studies pertaining to the factors that influence

the grade 10 students in selecting Senior High School track and strand. This aim to provide

more insights about the study, the researchers reviewed both local and foreign literature

that enriched the discussion of the research.

Related Literature

To further enlighten the readers about the topic being discussed, the researchers

provided a discussion of the related literature in this study.

Local

In the news released by Rappler (2013), former president Benigno Aquino III

signed the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 into law, more commonly known as the

K-12 Program. With the law passed, students will need to undergo “Kindergarten and

twelve (12) year of basic education [six (6) years of primary education, four (4) years of

Junior High School, and two (2) years of Senior High School or SHS), before heading into

higher education.” This adds two (2) years to the basic education system in an effort to

further prepare students for the world ahead. In a speech by the former President Aquino

during the signing of the K-12 law, he noted the strengths of implementing the K-12

Program, including the implementation of universal kindergarten in public and private

schools and other initiatives for basic education up to Junior High School.
The Republic Act No. 10533; known as “Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013”

Section 9 “The Career Guidance Advocacy.” It enclosed conducting career advocacy

activities for the secondary level students with the provision of Section 27 of Republic Act

No. 9258, otherwise known as the “Guidance and Counseling Act of 2004,” where career

employment guidance counselor, shall be allowed to conduct career advocacy activities to

secondary level students of the school where they are currently employed; they just need

to undergo a training program to be develop or accredited by the Department of Education

(DepEd) with a purpose of guiding and helping the students to lead in the right career track.

Furthermore, the memorandum or DepEd Order 41, series 2015 (DO 41, s. 2015)

released by the Department of Education (DepEd) of Guidelines on the Senior High School

(SHS) Career Guidance program (CGP) and Early Registration, which aims to guide grade

10 students or Senior High School (SHS) entrants in making informed decisions regarding

their choice of Senior High School (SHS) track and specific strand for the early

registrations. With the end view of the full implementation of Senior High School (SHS)

in school year 2016-2017, the Department of Education (DepEd) shall ensure that all grade

10 completers, including those who are outside the formal education system, are formally

enrolled in Senior High School (SHS).

In addition, in the official gazette of K to 12 the new Senior High School system

comes with specific career tracks that seem like college courses. They include certain

disciplines: Academic; Arts and Design; Sports; and Technical-Vocational-Livelihood

(TVL). Where each Senior High School (SHS) student must choose one track to master

and this will serve as a pattern for their curriculum exit after completing Senior High

School or grade 12. Career assessment and aptitude test and an occupational interest
inventory, on the contrary, will show the students strengths and interests. Career advocacy

program will also help and guide them in choosing the right career track for their selves.

Although, the school capacity, resources available in the area and in-demand jobs in

country are just a handful of the factors to consider in offering the tracks. Each Senior High

School (SHS) track and specific strand will advance the students in their future college

courses.

Based on the survey conducted by the (GSLE) Gender Statistic on Labor and

Employment (2017), the majority of the male population employed are in the industry of

agriculture, hunting and forestry with a total of seven thousand and one hundred forty-nine

(7,149) or an average percentage of twenty-nine percent (29%) while the majority of

female population employed are in the industry of wholesale and retail trade with a total of

four thousand and eight hundred five (4,805) or an average of thirty percent (30%).

Foreign

Burgess (2017), after gathering a data she found out that almost two thirds (63

percent) of girls in the Asia Pacific region aged 12 to 19 studying Science, Technology,

Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subject at school have parent or elder siblings in

STEM related field. The girls overwhelmingly rated parents as the biggest influence on

career choice (68 percent), followed by peers (9 percent) and teachers (8 percent). The

influence of teachers is stronger, however, for young people who choose a career in

education.

Moreover, in the news released by the Marginalia (2017), for millennial (18-24

years old) making those all important future decisions, this soars to an incredible 39 percent
who says that television is influencing their choice of career. The figures come from a new

survey of 1,000 UK adults and reveals how UK viewers are fascinated by watching

professional work in television dramas and reality shows.

Likewise, Khare (2015) discussed the effect of culture to the career choice of an

individual. Besides culture has a very distinct influence on the career path a person chooses

to follow. Based on his opinion careers from a functional perspective, a person contributes

his time, skills and effort to a job to make a living. Different cultures have different ideas

about the meaning of a career, what value placed on it, and the type of person who should

perform the job. It is being said that the way people find their career path varies

significantly from culture to culture.

Additionally, McQuerrey (2018) believes that many different factors can influence

someone’s choice. It starts with how your family shapes your perceptions, its either you

were raised with ideals of certain professions, or you’re looking for a job that fits your

adult family life, these issues need carefully considered.

Furthermore, Phlebotomy Examiner (2018) give 10 important factor to consider

when choosing a career path: interest or what things you enjoyed; strongest skills; attitude;

education and training; job availability; culture, people, and values; experience; passion;

definition of success; and lastly being a pioneer or traditionalist. In the 10 factors given by

Phlebotomy Examiner some are not really applicable for the decision making of a grade 10

student in choosing Senior High School track and strand, but most are can be consider.

Synthesis of the State-of-the-Art


The reviewed related literature were proven relevant to the designed study because

they discussed concept and ideas associated to government reform to education system of

the Philippines the K to 12 Program specially to the Senior High School tracks and strand,

and decision making regarding to the career path. From the foreign and local literature

provide several ideas that contribute in the present study.

The signing of the late President Benigno Aquino III of the “Enhanced Basic

Education Act of 2013” into law leads to the formalization of the K to 12 Program. With

the implementation of the K to 12 Program the fourth year high school on the old

educational system the grade 10 students on the enhanced educational system need to

choose a track with specific strand to be able to continue on Senior High School these track

are: Academic; Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL); Arts and Design Track; and

lastly Sports Track. The Academic track includes four strands: Accountancy, Business and

Management (ABM), Humanities and Social Science (HUMSS); Science, Technology,

Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and General Academic. In choosing Technical-

Vocational-Livelihood Track, includes Agriculture and Fishery Arts, Home Economics,

Industrial, and Information Communication Technology (ICT). Along with this

implementation are the memorandums released by the department of education regarding

on the conducting of career guidance activities. That will help the incoming grade 11

students or Senior High School entrants in choosing a Senior High School track, also the

Senior High School student to inform to their future career path.

Some of the factors that influence the chosen career of some individuals are stated

in the reviewed related literature are: having parent or siblings in such field, and some are
by teachers, this was in the data collected by Burgess (2017). In the article of Marginalia

(2017) say’s that some millennial influence in choosing career by the TV dramas and

reality show. On the other hand culture also influenced person in making a decision about

career path, based on how she/he raised in a certain culture. The survey result of the 2017

Gender statistic on labor and employment shows that gender of one person also become

basis of their career choice. Phlebotomy Examiner (2018) also give 10 factors that must to

consider in choosing their career path.

Conceptual Framework

In this study the respondents are assessed about the most common factor that

influence the decision of grade 10 students in selecting Senior High School track and

strand. The independent variables are the factors that may influence the decision of the

grade 10 students: Educational Aspiration; Advice of others; Friends/ peer influence;

Family background; and Academic experience. The dependent variable is the chosen or

preferred track of the grade 10 students. While the existence of the independent and

dependent variable will result to the recommendations that formulated through this study.

Conceptual Paradigm

The framework is presented graphically in the Figure 1 on page number fourteen

(14) showing the interaction of the variables.


Figure 1

Conceptual paradigm of the study

Factors influencing the grade 10


studnts in selecting Senior High
School track and strand:
Educational aspiration
Advice of others Choice of grade 10 students
in Senior High School
Friends/peer influence
Family Background
Academic experience

Recommendations
Definition of Terms

Academic experience. A work experience obtained in an academic environment of

the respondent. It also refers to the problem on the academic knowledge of the defendants,

and the general average of the grades.

Advice of others. These are the advice of every people around among students that

may influence them.

DepEd voucher. Senior High School Voucher Program to be exact, it’s an aid from

the Department of Education to help Junior High School graduates study in a Senior High

School Program of the students choice.

Educational aspiration. Refers to the wants, ambition, and expectation among the

grade 10 students.

Family background. Refers to the kind of family and kind of surroundings of the

student. In this area, socio-economic factor will gross place.

Friends/peer influence. Refer to the influence that friends or peer gives to the

students.

Gender Statistic on Labor and Employment. (GSLE) is a valuable source of

information in the formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of plans,

policies and programs that promote equality in the economic and social situation of men

and women in the country that was under of Philippine Statistic Authority (PSA).

Marginalia. Is wholly owned and directed by Gloria Lombardi, and is sponsored by

RingCentral, all editorial content is published independently.


Memorandum. A short note designating something to be remembered, especially

something to be done or acted upon in the future.


Notes

GOVPH. (2013). What is K to 12 Program. Retrieved as of February 1, 2018 from


http://www.officialgazette.gov.ph
McQuerrey, L. (2018) Family Factors Influencing Career Choices. Retrieved as of
August 7, 2018 from http://work.chron.com
Phlebotomy Examiner. (2018). 10 Important Factors to Consider when Choosing a
Career Path. Retrieved as of August 6, 2018 from http://www.phlebotomyexaminer.com
Rappler. (2013). Aquino Signs K-12 Bill into Law. Retrieved as of February 1,
2018 from https://www.rappler.com
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Chapter 3

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

This chapter presents the research design, the primary and secondary sources of

data, the population of the respondents of the study, sample-size and procedure,

interpretation of the findings from sample procedure, research instrument, data gathering

procedure, and the statistical treatment of the data.

Method of Research

In this quantitative research study the descriptive research design was used to obtain

the data for the research problem presented. The method facilitate the researchers to find

the most common factor that influences the decision of grade 10 students of Daguit

National High School in selecting a Senior High school track and strand.

Distinctively, the researchers exploited a survey questionnaire that make possible

for the researchers to acquire numerous data from the selected respondents. It was

discussed that before the actual data gathering, the research adviser and some potential

teachers checked the validity and reliability of the instrument such as the questionnaire in

collecting the data. Before the actual data gathering using the questionnaire the researchers

performed a pre-testing or pilot testing among non-respondents of the study to guarantee

the understandability and relevance of the questions included in the questionnaire to the

current study. By the process the researchers were able to revise the said questionnaire.

Consequently, the researchers were able to accumulate accurate information concerned


with the factors influencing the grade 10 students in selecting Senior High School track

and strand.

Sources of Data

The primary sources of data are the respondents of the grade 10 students of Daguit

national High School by the means of questionnaire, which were given to the respondents

during the survey that was conducted with the consent of the grade 10 advisers. The survey

question includes the profile of the respondents in terms of age, gender, interest, and skills,

also the factors influence the respondents and their choices in Senior High School are

included.

Population of the Study

The focused of this research study are the grade 10 students of Daguit National

High School during the school year 2018-2019. The grade 10 class was divided into four

(4) sections with twenty seven (27) to thirty (30) students in every classroom. The

allocation of the respondents is presented in Table 1.

Table 1
Distribution of respondents

GRADE 10 SECTION NUMBER OF RESPONDENTS

Jade 27

Ruby 30
Diamond 29

Gold 29

Total 115

The table 1 shows the allocation or distribution of the population of the respondents

in Daguit National High School with the total of one hundred fifteen (115) students.

Sample-Size and Procedure

To compute the sample-size of the research study the researcher used the following
formula.

𝑁
𝑛=
1 + 𝑁𝑒 2

Where:

N = total number of respondents

e = margin of error

n = sample size

115
Substituting the data, 𝑛 = 1+(115)(.05)2

115
𝑛 = 1+(115)(.0025)

115
𝑛 = 1+.2875

115
𝑛 = 1.2875
𝑛 = 89.32 𝑜𝑟 89

With the total of one hundred fifteen (115) respondents and a five percent (5%)

margin of error, the sample-size of the research study is eight-nine (89) respondents.

In the study the researchers used convenience sampling of non-probability

sampling procedure as their sampling procedure. In this research the sample subject are the

Senior High School students of Daguit National High School the purpose of the

convenience sampling is to test the questionnaire and to identify the questions or statements

that is unrelated to the study, confusing terminologies, hard to understand instructions or

questions and whether the objectives of the study were attained.

Findings from Sample Procedure

The following figures and tables present the data gathered in the survey that was

conducted to the respondents of the study:

Table 2
Age of the respondents from sample procedure

Percentage
Age Frequency
(frequency/89)

15 below 0 0%

16-17 44 49%

18 above 45 51%

Forty-four (44) out of eighty-nine (89) or forty-nine percent (49%) are aged sixteen

to seventeen and the remaining forty-five (45) or fifty-one percent (51%) are aged eighteen
and above while none or zero percent (0%) of the respondents aged 15 below. Eighteen to

twenty-four (18-24) years old are likely influenced by the TV programs and dramas

(Marginalia, 2017).

Table 3
Gender of the respondents from sample procedure

Percentage
Gender Frequency
(frequency/89)

Male 9 10%

Female 80 90%

Nine (9) or ten percent (10%) of the total population are male while the ninety
percent (90%) or eighty (80) out of eighty-nine (89) are female. There was so called gender
roles that was a set of behaviors, whether deliberate or unconscious, that indicates whether
somebody's gender identity is male or female that was been part of the culture of one
society. In the country gender equality has been implemented and exercised after the
colonial period up to present. Gender equality is having equal rights between male and
female. Although there was certain career that was good for males the society doesn’t
forbid the females to be in that career. For example, both men and women are allowed to
join the national election presidency and can be a leader of the nation. In this way the law
didn’t prohibit women to be involved in the field of politics.

Unlike in the past century men are assumed to support their family by working to
earn wages, while the married women were not supposed to work for wages, and were
considered too pure and innocent to be out in the working world. Women were supposed
to devote themselves to domestic duties, and children were seen as young innocents who
needed a mother's protection. Fathers had less and less to do with raising their children.
Everyone was raised from a different culture, and different cultures have different ideas
about the meaning of a career, what value placed on it, and the type of person who should
perform the job (Khare, 2015).

Table 4
Interest of the respondents from sample procedure

Percentage
Field of interest Frequency Rank
(frequency/89)

Entrepreneurship 49 55% 1

Education 40 45% 2

Arts 27 30% 3

Mathematics 27 30% 3

Science 18 20% 4

Medical 13 15% 5

Technology 13 15% 5

Sports 9 10% 6

Agriculture 9 10% 6

Psychology 9 10% 6

Politics 4 4% 7

Moreover, fifty-five percent (55%) or forty-nine (49) of eighty-nine (89)

respondents have an interest in the field of entrepreneurship, forty-five percent (45%) or

forty (40) of the sample size are interested in the field of education, thirty percent (30%)

or twenty-seven (27) in arts, also thirty percent (30%) or twenty-seven (27) in mathematics,

twenty percent (20%) or eighteen (18) out of eighty-nine (89) in science, fifteen percent
(15%) or thirteen (13) of eighty-nine (89) in the field of medical, also fifteen percent (15%)

or thirteen (13) respondents in technology, ten percent (10%) or nine (9) out of eighty-nine

(89) in sports, also ten percent (10%) or nine (9) of the eighty-nine (89) respondents in

agriculture, ten percent (10%) or nine (9) of the eighty-nine (89) respondents as well in

psychology, and five percent (5%) or four (4) respondents in politics.

Table 5
Skills of the respondents from sample procedure

Percentage
Skills Frequency Rank
(frequency/89)

Communication skills 49 55% 1

Creativity and innovation skills 40 45% 2

Management skills 40 45% 2

Writing skills 36 40% 3

Collaboration skills 22 25% 4

Analyzing skills 22 25% 4

Problem solving skills 22 25% 4

Leadership skills 9 10% 5

Empathy or perspective skills 9 10% 5

Furthermore, fifty-five percent (55%) or forty-nine (49) out of eighty-nine (89)

respondents has communication skills, forty-five percent (45%) or forty (40) respondents

has creativity and innovation skills, also forty-five (45%) or forty (40) of the respondents

has management skills, forty percent (40%) or thirty-six (36) respondents has writing skills,

twenty-five percent (25%) or twenty-two (22) respondents has collaboration skills, also

twenty-five (25%) or twenty-two (22) respondents has analyzing skills, and also twenty-
five percent (25%) or twenty-two (22) of the respondents has problem solving skill, ten

percent (10%) or nine (9) respondents has leadership skills, and ten percent (10%) or nine

(9) respondents as well has empathy or perspective skills.

Table 6

Factors affecting the decision of the respondents from sample procedure

Total
Factors Frequency Weight
(frequency x weight)
Educational aspiration
1 22 5 110
2 27 4 108
3 27 3 81
4 9 2 18
5 4 1 4
Advice of others
1 13 5 65
2 18 4 72
3 18 3 54
4 18 2 36
5 22 1 22
Friends/peer influence
1 22 5 110
2 13 4 52
3 9 3 27
4 36 2 72
5 9 1 9
Family background
1 18 5 90
2 9 4 36
3 13 3 39
4 4 2 8
5 45 1 45
Academic experience
1 18 5 90
2 18 4 72
3 22 3 66
4 22 2 44
5 9 1 9
Additionally, Table 6 shows the computation of the total scores attained in each

rank numbers by multiplying the number of frequency to the corresponding weight of each

rank. Twenty-two (22) respondents believed that their educational aspiration is the number

one factor influence their decision in selecting Senior High School track and strand

multiplied by five (5) as the weight of rank number one (1) to attain the total of one hundred

ten (110). Twenty-seven (27) respondents believed that their educational aspiration is the

second factor influence their decision multiplied by four (4) as the weight of rank number

two (2) to attain the total of one hundred eight (108). Also twenty-seven (27) respondents

believed that their educational aspiration is the third factor influence their decision

multiplied by three (3) as the weight of rank number three (3) to attain the total of eighty-

one (81). Nine (9) respondents believed that their educational aspiration is the fourth factor

influence their decision multiplied by two (2) as the weight of rank number four (4) to

attain the total of eighteen (18). Four (4) respondents believed that their educational

aspiration is the fifth factor influence their decision multiplied by one (1) as the weight of

rank number one (1) to attain the total of four (4).

Thirteen (130 respondents believe that the advice of others was the number one

factor influence their decision multiplied five (5) as the weight of rank number (1) to get

the total scores of sixty-five (65). Eighteen (18) respondents believe that the advice of

others was the second factor affecting their decision multiplied by four (4) as the weight of

rank number two (2) to get the total scores of seventy-two (72). Also eighteen (18)

respondents believe that the advice of other was the third factor influence their decision

multiplied by three (3) as the weight of rank number three (3) to get the total scores of fifty-

four (54). Eighteen (18) respondents as well believe that advice of others was the fourth
factor affecting their decision multiplied by two (2) as the weight of rank number two (2)

to get the total scores of thirty-six (36). Twenty-two (22) respondents believe that the

advice of others was the fifth factor influence their decision multiplied by one (1) as the

weight of rank number one (1) to get the total scores of twenty-two (22).

Twenty-two (22) respondents indicates that the influence of their friends or peers

is the number one factor affecting their decision in selecting Senior High School track and

strand multiplied by five (5) as the weight of rank number one (1) to attain the total of one

hundred ten (110). Thirteen (13) respondents indicates that the influence of their friend or

peers is the second factor affecting their decision multiplied by four (4) as the weight of

rank number two (2) to attain the total of fifty-two (52). Nine (9) respondents indicates that

the influence of their friends and peers is the third factor affecting their decision multiplied

by three (3) as the weight of rank number three (3) to attain the total of twenty-seven (27).

Thirty-six (36) respondents indicates that the influence of their friends or peers is the fourth

factor affecting their decision multiplied by two (2) as the weight of rank number four (4)

to attain the total of seventy-two (72). And nine (9) respondents indicates that the influence

of their friends or peers is the fifth factor affecting their decision multiplied by one (1) as

the weight of rank number five (5) to attain the total of nine (9).

Eighteen (18) respondents showed that their family background was the number

one factor influencing their decision in terms of selecting Senior High School track and

strand multiplied by five (5) as the weight of rank number one (1) to get the total of ninety

(90). Nine (9) respondents showed that their family background was the second factor

influencing their decision multiplied by four (4) as the weight of rank number two (2) to

get the total of thirty-six (39). Thirteen (13) respondents showed that their family
background was the third factor influencing their decision multiplied by three (3) as the

weight of rank number three (3) to get the total of thirty-nine (39). Four (4) respondents

showed that their family background was the fourth factor influencing their decision

multiplied by two (2) as the weight of rank number four (4) to get the total of eight (8).

Forty-five (45) respondents showed that their family background was the fifth factor

influencing their decision multiplied by one (1) as the weight of rank number five (5) to

get the total of forty-five (45).

Eighteen (18) respondents consider their academic experience as the number one

factor in selecting Senior High School track and strand multiplied by five (5) as the weight

of rank number one (1) to attain the total of ninety (90). Also eighteen (18) respondents

consider their academic experience as the second factor multiplied by four (4) as weight of

rank number two (2) to attain the total of seventy-two (72). Twenty-two (22) respondents

consider their academic experience as the third factor multiplied three (3) as the weight of

rank number three (3) to attain the total of sixty-six (66). Twenty-two (22) respondents as

well consider their academic experience as the fourth factor multiplied by two (2) as the

weight of rank number four (4) to attain the total of forty-four (44). And only nine (9)

respondents consider their academic experience as the fifth factor multiplied by one (1) as

the weight of rank number five (5) to attain the total of nine (9).

Moreover, Table 7 shows the addition of the total scores attained in every rank

number of the factors the researchers conclude in the following results: the educational

aspiration of the respondents has the highest score of three hundred twenty-one (321) or an

average percentage of twenty-four percent (24%), the academic experience of the

respondents was the second factor with a total scores of two hundred eighty-one (281) or
an average percentage of twenty-one percent (21%), the influence of the respondents friend

and peers was the third factor with a total scores of two hundred seventy (270) or an average

percentage of twenty percent (20%), the advice of others to the respondents was the fourth

factor influencing their decision with a total scores of two hundred forty-nine (249) or an

average percentage of nineteen percent (19%), the respondents family background was the

last or fifth factor influencing their decision with a total scores of two hundred eighteen

(218) or an average percentage of sixteen percent (16%).

Table 7

Total scores from sample procedure

Percentage
Factors 1 2 3 4 5 Total Scores (total scores/ Rank
1339)

Educational aspiration 110 108 81 18 4 321 24% 1

Advice of others 65 72 54 36 22 249 19% 4

Friends/peer influence 110 52 27 72 9 270 20% 3

Family background 90 36 39 8 45 218 16% 5

Academic experience 90 72 66 44 9 281 21% 2

Research Instrument

To find the most common factor that influences the Grade 10 students of Daguit

National High School in selecting Senior High School track and strand SY 2018-2019, the

researchers conducted a survey using a questionnaire to gather all the appropriate data.
The questionnaire was given to the Grade 10 student respondents that were divided

into three (3) parts. The first part was the profile of the respondents that consist of four (4)

elements: a. Age; b. Gender; c. Field of interest; d. Skills. The second part is the factors

that influence the Grade 10 students in selecting Senior High School arranged in a category.

Lastly are the choice of Grade 10 students in Daguit National High School regarding in the

Senior High School track and strand.

Data Gathering Procedure

The researchers collect the information needed in the study through the use of

questionnaire with the help of the research adviser. Those questions were hundred percent

related, dependable and will not cause a difficulty to anyone. The said questionnaire is

consist of closed question and rank-order scale question

With the assistance of the respective advisers, the researchers select eighty nine

(89) representatives from the grade 10 students which divided into four (4) sections.

Eighteen (18) respondents came from Gold, twenty-one (21) respondents from Jade,

twenty-four (24) respondents from Ruby and twenty-six (26) respondents from Diamond.

Each respondent will have their own questionnaire to answer.

Statistical Treatment of Data

Based on the research objectives and conceptual framework, the researchers used

percentage as the major statistical tool. In addition, to guarantee the reliability ranking was

used in the presentation of the findings.

To compute the percentage the researchers used the following formula, hence:
𝑃𝑆
%= 𝑥100
𝑁

Where:

% = Percent

PS = Number of answers in a category

N = Total number of respondents who took the test

100 = Constant

Example:

Suppose in a 89 respondents where 40 of them are interested in the field of

education, the mathematical computation will be, therefore:

% = unknown

PS = 40

N = 89

100 = 100

Using the formula, the result will be the following:

𝑃𝑆
%= 𝑥100
𝑁

40
%= 𝑥100
89

% = 0.45𝑥100

% = 45
Notes

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13, 2018 from www.helpingwithmath.com
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Chapter 4

ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

This chapter explains the analysis, findings and interpretation of the information

gathered and presents in table form by the researchers for the study. The data are illustrated

in textual, tabular and figure form according to:

1. Profile of the Respondents

The Table 8 shows the profile of the respondents in terms of age, gender, skills and

field of interest. The data was also presented in percentage and arranged according to their

rank.

1.1. Age. In the information gathered fifty-three percent (53%) or forty-seven (47)

out of eighty-nine (89) respondents are aged fifteen (15) and below, forty-two percent

(42%) or thirty-seven (37) are aged sixteen to seventeen (16-17), and the remaining six

percent (6%) or five (5) are aged eighteen (18) and above.

Table 8

Profile of the respondents in terms of age

Percentage
AGE Frequency Rank
(frequency/89)

15 below 47 53% 1

16-17 37 42% 2

18 above
5 6% 3
1.2. Gender. In Table 8 sixty-four percent (64%) or fifty-seven (57) of the total

respondents are female and the thirty-six percent (36%) or thirty-two of them are male.

According to the data from 2017 Gender Statistic on Labor and Employment (GSLE) males

are more tend to be in the industry of agriculture.

Table 9

Profile of the respondents in terms of gender

Percentage
GENDER Frequency Rank
(frequency/89)

Female 57 64% 1

Male 32 36% 2

1.3. Field of interest. In Table 10 forty-five percent (45%) or forty (40) of the

respondents are interested in the field of education, thirty-one percent (31%) or twenty-

eight (28) are interested in the field of entrepreneurship, twenty-six percent (26%) or

twenty-three (23) are interested in the field of sports, twenty-four percent (24%) or twenty-

one (21) are interested in the field of technology, twenty percent (20%) or eighteen (18)

are interested in the field of arts, sixteen percent (16%) or fourteen (14) are interested in

the field of mathematics, fifteen percent (15%) or thirteen (13) are interested in the field of

agriculture, thirteen percent (13%) or twelve (12) are interested in the field of medical, also

thirteen percent (13%) or twelve (12) are interested in the field of science, twelve percent
(12%) or eleven (11) are interested in the field of engineering, eight percent (8%) or seven

(7) are interested in the field of politics, four percent (4%) or four (4) are interested in the

field of psychology, one percent (1%) or one (1) respondent was interested in the field of

social science, also only one percent (1%) or one (1) respondent is interested in the field of

communication.

Table 10

Field of Interest

Field of Interest Frequency Percentage Rank


(frequency/89)
Education 40 45% 1
Entrepreneurship 28 31% 2
Sports 23 26% 3
Technology 21 24% 4
Arts 18 20% 5
Mathematics 14 16% 6
Agriculture 13 15% 7
Medical 12 13% 8
Science 12 13% 8
Engineering 11 12% 9
Politics 7 8% 10
Psychology 4 4% 11
Social Science 1 1% 12
Communication 1 1% 12

1.4. Skills. In Table 11 forty-seven percent (47%) or forty-two (42) of the sample

size have a communication skills, thirty-eight percent (38%) or thirty-two (32) has

creativity and innovation skills, thirty-four percent (34%) or thirty (30) has writing skills,
twenty-eight percent (28%) or twenty-five (25) has analyzing skills, twenty percent (20%)

or eighteen (18) has problem solving skills, also twenty percent (20%) or eighteen (18) has

management skills, thirteen percent (13%) or twelve (12) has leadership skills, also thirteen

percent (13%) or twelve (12) has collaboration skills, ten percent (10%) or nine (9) are

digital literate, and only three percent (3%) or three (3) respondents has empathy and

perspective skills.

Table 11

Skills

Skills Frequency Percentage Rank


(frequency/89)
Communication skills 42 47% 1
Creativity and innovation 34 38% 2
Writing 30 34% 3
Analyzing skills 25 28% 4
Problem solving skills 18 20% 5
Management skills 18 20% 5
Leadership skills 12 13% 6
Collaboration skills 12 13% 6
Digital literate 9 10% 7
Empathy/perspective 3 3% 8

2. Factors that Influence their decision in Choosing Senior High School Track and

Strand

The Table 12 shows the computation of the frequency multiplied by weight of the

corresponding number to attain the total scores of the influencing factors. Twenty-one (21)

of the respondents ranked their educational aspiration as the number one factor influencing

their choice in Senior High School multiplied by five (5) as the weight of rank number one
(1) to attain the total of one hundred five (105). While twenty-seven (27) respondents

ranked their educational aspiration as the second factor influencing their choice multiplied

by four (4) as the weight of rank number four (4) to attain the total of one hundred eight

(108). Nineteen (19) respondents ranked their educational aspiration as the third factor

influencing their choice multiplied by three (3) as the weight of rank number three (3) to

attain the total of fifty-seven (57). Twelve (12) respondents ranked their educational

aspiration as the fourth factor influencing their choice multiplied by two (2) as the weight

of rank number four (4) to attain the total of twenty-four (24). Only ten (10) respondents

ranked their educational aspiration as the fifth factor influencing their choice multiplied by

one (1) as the weight of rank number five (5) to attain the total of ten (10).

Just seven (7) respondents ranked the advices of the people around them as the first

factor influencing their decision regarding in selecting Senior High School track and strand

multiplied by five (5) as the weight of rank number one (1) to attain the total of thirty-five

(35). Seventeen (17) respondents ranked the advices of the people around them as the

second factor influencing their decision multiplied by four (4) as the weight of rank number

two (2) to attain the total of sixty-eight (68). Twenty (20) respondents ranked the advices

of the people around them as third factor influencing their decision multiplied by three (3)

as the weight of rank number three (3) to attain the total of sixty (60). Twenty-five (25)

respondents ranked the advices of the people around them as the fourth factor influencing

their decision multiplied by two (2) as the weight of rank number four (4) to attain the total

of fifty (50). Twenty (20) respondents ranked the advices of the people around them as the

fifth factor influencing their decision multiplied by one (1) as the weight of rank number

one (1) to attain the total of twenty (20).


Sixteen (16) respondents ranked the influence of their friends/peers as the number

one factor influencing their choice multiplied by five (5) as the weight of rank number one

(1) to attain the total of eighty (80). Nineteen (19) respondents ranked the influence of their

friends/peers as the second factor influencing their choice multiplied by four (4) as the

weight of rank number two (2) to attain the total of seventy-six (76). Eighteen (18)

respondents ranked the influence of their friends/peers as the third factor influencing their

choice multiplied by three (3) as the weight of rank number three (3) to attain the total of

fifty-four (54). Twenty (20) respondents ranked the influence of their friends/peers as the

fourth factor influencing their choice multiplied by two (2) as the weight of rank number

four (4) to attain the total of forty (40). Sixteen respondents ranked the influence of their

friends/peers as the fifth factor influencing their choice multiplied by one (1) as the weight

of rank number five (5) to attain the total of sixteen (16).

Nineteen (19) respondents ranked their family background as the first influencing

factor when it comes in selecting a track and strand multiplied by five (5) as the weight of

rank number one (1) to get the total of ninety-five (95). Thirteen (13) respondents ranked

their family background as the second influencing factor multiplied by four (4) as the

weight of rank number two (2) to get the total of fifty-two (52). Eighteen (18) respondents

ranked their family background as the third influencing factor multiplied by three (3) as

the weight of rank number three (3) to get the total of fifty-four (54). Fifteen (15)

respondents ranked their family background as the fourth influencing factor multiplied by

two (2) as the weight of rank number four (4) to get the total of thirty (30). Twenty-four

(24) respondents ranked their family background as the fifth influencing factor multiplied

by one (1) as the weight of rank number five (5) to get the total of twenty-four (24).
Table 12
Factors affecting the decision of grade 10 students

Total
Value Frequency Weight
(frequency × weight)
Educational Aspiration
1 21 5 105
2 27 4 108
3 19 3 54
4 12 2 24
5 10 1 10
Advice of others
1 7 5 35
2 17 4 68
3 20 3 60
4 25 2 50
5 20 1 20
Friends/ Peer Influence
1 16 5 80
2 19 4 76
3 18 3 54
4 20 2 40
5 16 1 16
Family Background
1 19 5 95
2 13 4 52
3 18 3 54
4 15 2 30
5 24 1 24
Academic Experience
1 24 5 120
2 15 4 60
3 12 3 36
4 17 2 34
5 21 1 21

After multiplying the frequency to the weight of the corresponding number the

researchers sum up all the attained scores shows in Table 13. The educational aspiration of
the respondents attained a total score of three hundred four (304). The advice of the people

around the respondents attained a total score of two hundred thirty-three (233). The

influence of the respondent friends/peers attained a total score of two hundred sixty-six

(266). The background of the respondent’s family attained a total score of two hundred

fifty-five (255). The academic experience of the respondent attained a total score of two

hundred seventy-one (271).

Table 13

Total scores of the factors

Factors 1 2 3 4 5 Total

Educational Aspiration 105 180 57 24 10 304

Advice of others 35 68 60 50 20 233

Friends/Peer Influence 80 76 54 40 16 266

Family Background 95 52 54 30 24 255

Academic Experience 120 60 36 34 21 271

Moreover, the Table 14 presents the data in percentage and rank to emphasize the

most common factor that influence the decision of grade 10 students in selecting Senior

High School track and strand. It appears that the educational aspiration of the students was

the common factor that influence their decisions as regards in Senior High School track

and strands with an average percentage of twenty-two point eighty-seven percent (22.87%).

Followed by the academic experience of the students with an average percentage of twenty

point thirty-nine percent (20.30%). Third factor was the influence of the student’s
friends/peers with an average percentage of twenty point zero one percent (20.01%). The

fourth factor was the family background of the students with an average percentage of

nineteen point nineteen percent (19.19%). Whereas the fifth or the factor that has a least

influence to the decision of the students was the advice of people around them with an

average percentage of seventeen point fifty-three percent (17.53).

Table 14

Percentage and ranking of the factors

Percentage
Factor Scores Rank
(scores/1329)

Educational Aspiration 304 22.87% 1

Academic Experience 271 20.39% 2

Friends/Peer Influence 266 20.01% 3

Family Background 255 19.19% 4

Advice of others 233 17.53% 5

3. Choice of Grade 10 Students in Senior High School

Table 15 shows the preferred track and strand or the choice of grade 10 students in

Senior High School. Twenty-five (25) of the respondents preferred the general academic

strand (GAS) under the academic track. Twenty (20) respondents preferred the

accountancy and business management (ABM) strand under the academic track. Thirteen

(13) respondents preferred the information and communication technology (ICT) strand
under the technical-vocational livelihood track. Ten (10) respondents preferred the science,

technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) strand under the academic track. Seven

(7) respondents preferred the home economics (HE) strand under the technical-vocational

livelihood track. Five (5) students preferred sports track. Four (4) respondents preferred

humanities and social science (HUMSS) strand under the academic track. Three (3)

respondents preferred agri-fishery arts strand under the technical-vocational livelihood

track. Two (2) respondents preferred arts and design track. While none of the respondents

preferred industrial arts.

Table 15

The choice of grade 10 Students in Senior High School

TRACK STRAND FREQUECNCY

Accountancy and Business


Academic 20
Management
General Academic Strand 25
Science, Technology,
Engineering and 10
Mathematics
Humanities and Social
4
Science
Information and
Technical-Vocational
Communication 13
Livelihood Track
Technology
Home Economics 7
Industrial Arts 0
Agri-Fishery Arts 3
Arts and Design
2
Track
Sports Track 5
Notes

GSLE, (2017). 2017 Gender Statistics on Labor and Employment. Retrieved as of


November 13, 2018 from http://www.psa.gov.ph
HelpingWithMath. (2018). How to Calculate Percentages. Retrieved as of October
13, 2018 from www.helpingwithmath.com
Hillmer, B. (2017). How is the Score Computed for Ranking Questions (Drag &
Drop Ranking and Ranking Grid). Retrieved as of October 13, 2018 from
http://help.surveygizmo.com
Chapter 5

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION, AND RECOMMENDATIONS

In this chapter the summary and conclusion was presented including the

recommendations of the study.

Summary

The study was conducted to find out the most common factor that influence the

decision of grade 10 students of Daguit National High School in selecting Senior High

School track and strand.

Specifically it sought to answer the following questions that were divided into three

(3) parts: How many grade 10 students are enrolled in Daguit National High School SY

2018-2019 and their profile in terms of: age; gender; field of interest; and skills. How many

percent of the students shows that the following factors influence their decision in choosing

their Senior High School track and strand: educational aspiration; advice of others;

friends/peer influence; family background; and academic experience. What

recommendations can be made to help the grade 10 students in choosing Senior High

School track and strand?

To establish the state of current knowledge about the research problem the

researchers examined and analyzed related literature on the factor that influences the

students in selecting a Senior High School track and strand. The gathered literatures and

synthesized literature was stated in the Chapter II of this study.


Through the said review the researchers was able to compare and get additional

information from the literature that was connected to the research topic. The relationship

or significant contribution or effect of the stated literature was explained in the review of

related literature.

Based on the objectives of the study, the study used the descriptive method to

achieve its objectives. Questionnaire was used as a tool to gathered data that was tested to

ensure its validity and reliability; it includes the pilot testing that was conducted among

Senior High School students of Daguit National High School before the researchers

perform the actual data gathering to the respondents of the study which are the grade 10

students of Daguit National High School. The primary statistical tool that was used in the

study was percentage and ranking as the secondary tool in the presentation of the data.

Findings

The analysis of the data gathered is herein summarized. The following facts are the

findings from the data that was gathered by the researchers.

1.) Number of grade 10 students who are currently enrolled in Daguit National High

School and their profile in terms of age, gender, field of interest, and skills. According to

source there are one-hundred fifteen (115) grade 10 students in Daguit National High

School. The majority of the students are age fifteen and below with fifty-three percent

(53%) or forty-seven (47) out of eighty-nine (89) respondents, the forty-two percent (42%)

or thirty-seven (37) out of eighty-nine (89) respondents are aged sixteen to seventeen, and

only six percent (6%) or five (5) out of eighty-nine (89) respondents are aged eighteen and

above. The sixty-four percent (64%) of the total respondents are female and the thirty-six
percent (36%) or thirty-two (32) of the respondents are male. The higher portion of the

respondents was interested in the field of education with forty-five percent (45%). Second

is the field of entrepreneurship with thirty-one percent (31%). Third is the field of sports

with twenty-six percent (26%). Fourth is the field of technology with twenty-four percent

(24%). Fifth is the field of arts with twenty percent (20%). Sixth is the field of mathematics

with sixteen percent (16%). Seventh is the field of agriculture with fifteen percent (15%).

Eighth are the field of medical and science with both thirteen percent (13%). Ninth is the

field of engineering with twelve percent (12%). Tenth is the field of politics with eight

percent (8%). Eleventh is the field of psychology with four percent (4%). And lastly are

the field of social science and communication with both one percent (1%). The respondents

had the following skills: forty-seven percent (47%) has communication skills; thirty-eight

percent (38%) has creativity and innovation skills; thirty-four percent (34%) has writing

skills; twenty-eight percent (28%) has analyzing skills; twenty percent (20%) has both

problem solving and management skills; thirteen percent (13%) has both leadership and

collaboration skills; ten percent (10%) are digital literate; and only three percent (3%) has

empathy and perspective skills.

2) By analyzing the gathered data the researchers found out that the most common

factor that influence the choice of grade 10 students in terms of selecting a Senior High

School track and strand is their educational aspiration with a total scores of three hundred

four (304) or an average percentage of twenty-two point eighty-seven percent (22.87%).

The second factor that shows the highest score was the academic experience of the

respondents with a total score of two hundred seventy-one (271) or an average percentage

of twenty point thirty-nine percent (20.39%). Third factor was the influence of the
respondent’s friends/peers with a total score of two hundred sixty-six (266) or an average

percentage of twenty point zero one percent (20.01%). Fourth factor is the respondent’s

family background with a total score of two hundred fifty-five (255) or an average

percentage of nineteen point nineteen percent (19.19%). The last factor that influences the

of grade 10 students was the advice of others with a total score of two hundred thirty-three

(233) or an average percentage of seventeen point fifty-three percent (17.53%).

3) Based on the survey conducted by the researchers most of the grade 10

respondents are planning to take general academic strand (GAS) under the academic track

in their Senior High School. This also have something to do with the interest of the majority

of the grade 10 respondents which is education.

Conclusion

1. There are one hundred fifteen grade 10 students in Daguit National High School

SY 2018-2019. Majority of the students are female and aged 15 below. Most of

them are interested in the field of education and have communication skills.

2. The researchers therefore conclude that the most common factor influencing

the grade 10 students of Daguit National High School by the year 2018-2019 in

selecting Senior High School track and strand was still their own educational

aspiration. What they aspire to be in the future was served as their pattern in the

K to 12 program. This only indicates that most of them are already have a career

plan in their minds including the track and strand they would in Senior High

school up to the curriculum exit when they already finished their high school.

3. The student’s interest and skills are also one of the factors they consider in

choosing a track and strand. This was proven when most of the student
respondent choice in Senior High School was the general academic strand

(GAS) which is the suggested strand in Senior High School if you were

planning to take education course in college.

Recommendation

1. Strong implementation of the Career Guidance Program (CGP) and self-

assessment activity among grade 10 students.

2. Early orientation of the grade 10 students about the K to 12 Program especially

the track and strand available in Senior High School and accessible information

about the program.

3. Establish a training program for the grade 10 advisers or guidance

counselor/coordinator so they can guide properly guide the Senior High School

entrants.
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Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

September 18, 2018


LOURDES B. MESA
Principal II
Daguit National High School

Madam:

Greetings!
We are Grade 12 students of Accountancy, Business and Management in our
school, as fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Practical Research II we are
currently conducting a quantitative research study, entitled “MOST COMMON
FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE THE DECISION OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS OF
DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN SELECTING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TRACK AND STRAND SY 2018-2019”
As part of the data gathering procedure we would like to ask for your approval to
conduct a survey among the Grade 10 students in our school on September 18, 2018. We
guarantee that the information will remain confidential and use for educational purpose
only.
We hope that this request merits your favorable consideration.
Thank you and God bless.
Respectfully yours,

AZZENETH A. GUIRA
ROSE A. LACSON
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN
REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ
Noted:
HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA
Subject Teacher
Approved:
LOURDES B. MESA
Principal II
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

October 15, 2018

MR. MANUEL REANTAZO


12-CSS Adviser
This School

Sir:

Greetings.

We would like to invite you to be one of the members of the board of panel for the
research defense of Grade 12-ABM on October 16-17, 2018.
We believe that your knowledge and insights would be very valuable and would
greatly enrich our works.
We will be very grateful for your time and consideration and we hope that you will
accept our request.

Respectfully yours,
AZZENETH A. GUIRA
ROSE A. LACSON
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN
REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ
Noted:
HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA
Subject Teacher
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

October 15, 2018

MS. ROSVY ARMENTA


11-CSS Adviser
This School

Madam:

Greetings.

We would like to invite you to be one of the members of the board of panel for the
research defense of Grade 12-ABM on October 16-17, 2018.
We believe that your knowledge and insights would be very valuable and would
greatly enrich our works.
We will be very grateful for your time and consideration and we hope that you will
accept our request.

Respectfully yours,

AZZENETH A. GUIRA
ROSE A. LACSON
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN
REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ
Noted:
HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA
Subject Teacher
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

October 15, 2018

MR. DARYLL VILLANUEVA


Senior High School Teacher
This School

Sir:

Greetings.

We would like to invite you to be one of the members of the board of panel for the
research defense of Grade 12-ABM on October 16-17, 2018.
We believe that your knowledge and insights would be very valuable and would
greatly enrich our works.
We will be very grateful for your time and consideration and we hope that you will
accept our request.

Respectfully yours,
AZZENETH A. GUIRA
ROSE A. LACSON
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN
REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ
Noted:
HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA
Subject Teacher
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

September 18, 2018

FERNANDO A. TENORIO
Grade 10 Adviser

Sir:

Greetings!
We are Grade 12 students of Accountancy, Business and Management in our
school, as fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Practical Research II we are
currently conducting a quantitative research study, entitled “MOST COMMON
FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE THE DECISION OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS OF
DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN SELECTING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TRACK AND STRAND SY 2018-2019”
As part of the data gathering procedure we would like to ask for your approval to
conduct a survey in your advisory class. That will be conducted on September 18, 2018.
We guarantee that the information will remain confidential and use for educational purpose
only.
We hope that this request merits your favorable consideration.
Thank you and God bless.
Respectfully yours,

AZZENETH A. GUIRA
ROSE A. LACSON
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN
REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ

Noted:
HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA
Subject Teacher
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

September 18, 2018

ADONIS B. VILLALUZ
Grade 10 Adviser

Sir:

Greetings!
We are Grade 12 students of Accountancy, Business and Management in our
school, as fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Practical Research II we are
currently conducting a quantitative research study, entitled “MOST COMMON
FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE THE DECISION OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS OF
DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN SELECTING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TRACK AND STRAND SY 2018-2019”
As part of the data gathering procedure we would like to ask for your approval to
conduct a survey in your advisory class. That will be conducted on September 18, 2018.
We guarantee that the information will remain confidential and use for educational purpose
only.
We hope that this request merits your favorable consideration.
Thank you and God bless.
Respectfully yours,

AZZENETH A. GUIRA
ROSE A. LACSON
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN
REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ

Noted:
HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA
Subject Teacher
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

September 18, 2018

MELCHOR J. RUFO
Grade 10 Adviser

Sir:

Greetings!
We are Grade 12 students of Accountancy, Business and Management in our
school, as fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Practical Research II we are
currently conducting a quantitative research study, entitled “MOST COMMON
FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE THE DECISION OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS OF
DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN SELECTING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TRACK AND STRAND SY 2018-2019”
As part of the data gathering procedure we would like to ask for your approval to
conduct a survey in your advisory class. That will be conducted on September 18, 2018.
We guarantee that the information will remain confidential and use for educational purpose
only.
We hope that this request merits your favorable consideration.
Thank you and God bless.
Respectfully yours,

AZZENETH A. GUIRA
ROSE A. LACSON
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN
REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ

Noted:
HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA
Subject Teacher
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region V - Bicol
Division of Camarines Norte
Daguit National High School
Labo

September 18, 2018

RIYAHLYN Q. VILLANUEVA
Grade 10 Adviser

Madam:

Greetings!
We are Grade 12 students of Accountancy, Business and Management in our
school, as fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Practical Research II we are
currently conducting a quantitative research study, entitled “MOST COMMON
FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE THE DECISION OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS OF
DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN SELECTING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TRACK AND STRAND SY 2018-2019”
As part of the data gathering procedure we would like to ask for your approval to
conduct a survey in your advisory class. That will be conducted on September 18, 2018.
We guarantee that the information will remain confidential and use for educational purpose
only.
We hope that this request merits your favorable consideration.
Thank you and God bless.
Respectfully yours,

AZZENETH A. GUIRA
ROSE A. LACSON
JAMAICA C. TABUNAN
REYMHIELUZ J. VELASQUEZ

Noted:
HARLENE FRANCIA A. SARION, MBA
Subject Teacher
List of Respondents

Quantity Designation School

Daguit National High


27 Grade 10-Jade Students
School

Daguit National High


30 Grade 10-Ruby Students
School

Grade 10-Diamond Daguit National High


29
Students School

Daguit National High


29 Grade 10-Gold Students
School

Total: 115 grade 10 students from Daguit National High School


SURVEY QUESETIONNAIRE

“MOST COMMON FACTOR THAT INFLUENCE THE DECISION OF GRADE 10

STUDENTS OF DAGUIT NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN SELECTING

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND STRAND SY 2018-2019”

General Instruction: Read each item carefully and answer the following questions

provided below. (All the answers provided will be kept confidential.)

Name (optional): _________________________________________________________

Please put a check ( ) mark on the appropriate box.

I. Profile of the respondent.

a. Age

15 below 16-17 18 above

b. Gender

Male Female

c. In what particular field you are interested in?

Education Technology Sports Science

Entrepreneurship Arts Medical Politics

Agriculture Mathematics Psychology

Engineering

Others (please specify): ____________________________________________________

d. What is/are your skills?


Problem solving skills Communication skills Creativity and innovation

Leadership skills Analyzing skills Empathy/perspective

Digital literate Collaboration skills Management skills

Writing

Others (please specify): ____________________________________________________

II. What influences you the most in selecting track and strand? (Please rank from 1-5.

Use 1 as the most factor that influences you and 5 as the least factor that influences

your decision)

___ a. Academic Experience

___ b. Educational Aspiration

___ c. Advice of Others

___ d. Friends/Peer Influence

___ e. Family Background

III. What track do you preferred? (Please fill up the following table)

Track:
1st choice
Strand:

Track:

2nd choice
Strand:

Track:

3rd choice
Strand:
PHOTO DOCUMENTATION

Sample-size procedure
Jade
Diamond
Ruby
Gold
CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

PERSONAL DATA

Name : Azzeneth A. Guira

Place & Date of Birth : Labo, Camarines Norte

July 15, 2000

Gender : Female

Religion : Roman Catholic

Height : 157.5 cm

Weight : 45 kg

Address : P-5 Brgy. Macogon, Labo,

Camarines Norte

Phone Number : 09368409227

Marital Status : Single

Nationality : Filipino
Email : azyguira@gmail.com

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Period School Strand

2018-2019 Daguit National High Accountancy, Business and


School Management (ABM)

2016-2017 Daguit National High -


School

2011-2012 Macogon Elementary -


School

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

2017-2018 With Honor (Grade 11)

KEY STRENGHT

Computer Literate

Writing Skills
Collaboration Skills

SEMINAR AND TRAININGS

October 29, 2018 Career Development Seminar at Daguit National High


School

September 21-22, 2018 Two Day School Based Yes-O Camp Back to Back with
SBK and BKD at Daguit National High School
CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

PERSONAL DATA

Name : Rose A. Lacson

Place & Date of Birth : Daguit, Labo, Camarines Norte

April 23, 1999

Gender : Female

Religion : Roman Catholic

Height : 152.5 cm

Weight : 42 kg

Address : P-5 Brgy. Daguit, Labo,

Camarines Norte

Phone Number :-

Marital Status : Single

Nationality : Filipino
Email :-

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Period School Strand

2018-2019 Daguit National High Accountancy, Business and


School Management (ABM)

2016-2017 Daguit National High -


School

2012-2013 Daguit Elementary School -

KEY STRENGHT

Writing Skills

Arts and Design

Creativity Skills

Management Skills

SEMINAR AND TRAININGS


October 29, 2018 Career Development Seminar at Daguit National High
School

September 21-22, 2018 Two Day School Based Yes-O Camp Back to Back with
SBK and BKD at Daguit National High School
CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

PERSONAL DATA

Name : Jamaica C. Tabunan

Place & Date of Birth : Rosario, Pasig City

May 3, 2001

Gender : Female

Religion : Roman Catholic

Height : 149 cm

Weight : 42 kg

Address : P-1 Brgy. Daguit, Labo,

Camarines Norte

Phone Number : 09756790328

Marital Status : Single

Nationality : Filipino
Email :-

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Period School Strand

2018-2019 Daguit National High Accountancy, Business and


School Management (ABM)

2016-2017 Daguit National High -


School

2012-2013 Ayahag Elementary School -

KEY STRENGHT

Cooking Skills

Writing Skills

Interpersonal Skills

Communication Skills

SEMINAR AND TRAININGS


October 29, 2018 Career Development Seminar at Daguit National High
School

September 21-22, 2018 Two Day School Based Yes-O Camp Back to Back with
SBK and BKD at Daguit National High School
CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

PERSONAL DATA

Name : Reymhieluz J. Velasquez

Place & Date of Birth : Calabasa, Labo, Camarines Norte

April 11, 2000

Gender : Female

Religion : Roman Catholic

Height : 155cm

Weight : 45 kg

Address : P-6 Brgy. Daguit, Labo,

Camarines Norte

Phone Number : 09359718281

Marital Status : Single

Nationality : Filipino
Email :-

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Period School Strand

2018-2019 Daguit National High Accountancy, Business and


School Management (ABM)

2016-2017 Daguit National High -


School

2012-2013 Daguit Elementary School -

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

2018-2019 With Honor (Grade 11)

2016-2017 With Honor (Grade 10)

KEY STRENGHT

Communication Skills

Dancing
Interpersonal Skills

Management Skills

SEMINAR AND TRAININGS

October 29, 2018 Career Development Seminar at Daguit National High


School

September 21-22, 2018 Two Day School Based Yes-O Camp Back to Back with
SBK and BKD at Daguit National High School

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