by Ian Kay Faa, Romblon News/PR | Tuesday, 24 May 2016
“We are happy to provide to our students and parents our online application portal where they can Quick Apply to senior high schools all over the Philippines within a few minutes,” said Edukasyon.ph Founder Henry Motte-Munoz .
Students and parents can now Quick Apply to the following senior high schools: ISCAHM (Quezon City, Cebu, Pampanga), Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts (Makati, Manila), Treston InternationalCollege, Asian College, Southville International School & Colleges, The Beacon Academy, Fr. Pierre Tritz Institute - ERDA Tech, Enderun Colleges, University of Asia and the Pacific, Our Lady of Guadalupe Colleges, Punlaan School, Far Eastern University-FEU FERN College, First Asia Institute of Technology & Humanities (FAITH) and Republican College.
To apply to senior high online, students can register for FREE at Edukasyon.ph and choose from the different schools they wish to apply all over the Philippines. Parents and students can explore a variety of academic options at the Edukasyon.ph website, which features information about senior high school tracks, events, admissions, enrollment announcements, scholarships and qualification requirements.
School Application in Minutes
“We understand how difficult it can be for parents to take a leave from work and search for the right senior high school for their children. It can be time consuming and frustrating with the traffic and the long lines at schools. With the Edukasyon.ph Quick Apply online application, they can do this from the comfort of their own homes using their mobile phones, desktops or at their nearest computer centers,” said Henry Motte-Munoz, Edukasyon.ph Founder.
According to the Department of Education, based on pre-registration data for senior high school there are 1.5 million students who are about to enroll for Grade 11.
“Senior High School Application shouldn't be difficult. We want access to senior high education to be easy and convenient. Edukasyon.ph makes that happen online for our students,” said Munoz.