School of the Day: Tabuk National High School

Just because it’s vacation time in the Philippines doesn’t mean that we cannot feature our first ever school of the day — Tabuk National High School. From the Smart Schools program:

Tabuk National High School, with a total land area of 32,233 sq. meters and is formerly named Kalinga Apayao Provincial High School, is now on its 39th year of advocating quality education to 3,205 enrollees every year. It is located at the heart of Poblacion, Tabuk, Kalinga. The school was founded and headed by Mr. Augusto Alejandrino, a District Supervisor. The school was nationalized on June 1973 with Mrs. Joaquina C. Falgui as the appointed principal followed by Mrs. Purificacion E. Domingo, Mrs. Aurora E. Plan and at present by Dr. Rodolfo C. Ballog. The school has 72 teachers and 20 administrative and support staff. There are 2 building annexes: New Tanglag and Uma Lubuagan which is considered as the center of curricular and co-curricular activities.

Read the rest of the article here. And here’s a THNS website but we’re not sure whether its the school’s official site or not.

PHOTO CREDITS: Smart Schools Program and TNHS Tabuk.

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