Vision, Mission, Mandate, and Core Values

Vision

We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose values and competencies enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to building the nation. As a learner-centered public institution, the Department of Education continuously improves itself to better serve its stakeholders

Mission

School History

It was in mid summer of 1994 when the parents of the unfortunate students who were considered as excess population of the CSCST-AIFC Argao Campus joined efforts to refer to the local government and pleaded for an opening of a high school in the town proper for during that time the school (CSCST-AIFC) was limiting their population. After a thorough deliberation of the student’s interest and welfare, the Municipal Mayor Daniel Sesaldo and Sangguniang Bayan (SB) members decided to have a high school which is an extension of the Colawin National High School, Colawin, Argao, Cebu.

Many constituents delighted upon having an extension school located in the heart of the town. But, when school year (SY) 1994-1995 was about to begin, other problems arose; (1) hiring of teachers, (2) where classes are to be held, and (3) textbooks, chairs and chalkboards. Despite the odds, everyone concerned was guided. “God provides.”On June 6, 1994 Mrs. Nigelita A. Relacion brought the 114 students from CSCST-AIFC to the Argao mini-coliseum opposite of the said school and let these students sat on a stairway, sitting opposite them were their parents who were very sad of the situation.