Be a Pisay scholar! PSHS System to begin accepting applications for Grades 8,9 on June 15

Published June 13, 2021, 1:56 PM

by Charissa Luci-Atienza 

The Philippine Science High School (PSHS) System has announced that it will start accepting applications for Grades 8 and 9 transferees for School Year (SY) 2021-2022 on Tuesday, June 15.

PSHS (Manila Bulletin File Photo)

In a Facebook post, the PSHS announced that it will accept applications until July 30.

“Students who have finished Grade 7/Grade 8 (under the high school curriculum or the new K-12 curriculum) outside of the PSHS System may be allowed admission/entry to the PSHS, provided they fulfill the following requirements: a Filipino citizen with no pending application as immigrant to any foreign country; belongs to the upper five percent of his/her class or should have a grade of 85 percent and above in all subjects; should have a character rating of at least Very Satisfactory (VS) or its equivalent; and must pass the qualifying examination in each of the following three subjects: Mathematics, Science, and Communication Arts (English),” read the PSHS post.

It said the PSHS-Lateral Admission Qualifying Exam (LAQE) is scheduled on August 24, 2021.

The PSHS System requires the applicants to submit the following requirements on or before July 30 to the nearest PSHS Campus:

-an accomplished application form which includes certification from parents of no pending application for immigration in any foreign country;

-certification from the present school enrolled in, regarding academic grades and character rating (included in the application forms);

-a photocopy of the student’s report card, with the original copy brought along for verification purposes;

-two recent 1×1 pictures; and

-a non-refundable processing fee of P300.

Considering the continued threats of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the PSHS encouraged the applicants to download the application form from and email the duly accomplished application form to the campus where they will be applying.

Applicants can also submit the hard copy of the application form to the campus registrar and pay the processing fee to the campus cashier, it said.

“PSHS will no longer issue a LAQE test permit since the exam is online. The Admissions Office and/or the campus registrar shall email to applicants the LAQE details to access the online exam,” it said.

The LAQE was conducted in 2020 through a synchronous online test.

To prevent the spread of misinformation, the PSHS advised the public get their information only from the PSHS System Office of Admissions through its landline number: (02) 89397747, its official e-mail address: [email protected], PSHS System website, and Facebook Page: