Academic Track

This track is taken by Senior High School students who intend to pursue Higher Education.

GAS General Academic Strand
   While the other strands are career-specific, GAS is for students who are still undecided on which specific track to take. Electives from the different academic strands can be taken under this strand. These subjects include Humanities, Social Sciences, Applied Economics, Organization and Management, and Disaster Preparedness. If the student takes this track and intends to pursue a career in any of the other academic tracks, he/she will be required to take additional subjects.
HUMSS Humanities and Social Sciences Strand
   This strand is designed for those who wonder what is on the other side of the wall. In other words, one is being prepared to take on the world and talk to a lot of people. This is for those who are considering taking up journalism, communication arts, liberal arts, education and other social science-related courses in college. With this strand, one could be looking forward to becoming a teacher, psychologist, a lawyer, a writer, a social worker, or a reporter someday. This strand focuses on improving one's communication skills; priesthood is a choice in here too.
STEMS Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Strand
   Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics are intertwining disciplines when applied in the real world. The difference of the STEM curriculum with the other strands and tracks is the focus on advanced concepts in the natural sciences and mathematics. Under this strand, one intends to become an architect, an astrophysicist, a biologist, a chemist, an engineer, a dentist, a nutritionist, a nurse, a doctor, a pilot and other related professions. Those who are also interested in Marine Engineering should take this track too.
ABMS Accountancy, Business and Management Strand
   The ABM strand focuses on the basic concepts of financial management, business management, corporate operations, and all things that are accounted for. It can also lead to careers on management and accounting which could be sales manager, human resources manager, marketing director, project officer, bookkeeper, accounting clerk, internal auditor, and other related professions.
TVL Track (Technical-Vocational-Livelihood Track)

This track is taken by finishing Junior High School students who aim for employment or entrepreneurship after graduating from Senior High School. Should they decide later, they can still pursue college education but will be required to take additional subjects to satisfy their entry requisites.

HE Home Economics
    Bread and Pastry & Food and Beverage Services
        Grade 11 students are qualified to take the TESDA NC II for Bread & Pastry and TESDA NC II Food and Beverage upon completion of the requirements.
    Housekeeping & Tour Guiding
        Grade 12 students are qualified to take the TESDA NC II Housekeeping and TESDA NC II Tour Guiding after completion of the requirements.
        Students are qualified to take the TESDA NC II Caregiving after completion of the requirements.
ICT Information Communication Technology
    Hardware Servicing & Programming
        Students are qualified to take the TESDA NC II Hardware Servicing and TESDA NC II Programming after completion of the requirements.
    Technical Drafting & Animation
        Students are qualified to take the TESDA NC II Technical Drafting and TESDA NC II Animation after completion of the requirements.
Arts and Design Track

This track is taken by finishing Junior High Students who possess and exhibit exemplary artistic inclination in the different fields in Arts. It will prepare to wander around the design , performative, and creative industry. It aims one to get a career in the creative field after graduation.

APS Arts Production Strand
    This strand focuses in the development and enhancement of skills needed in the fields of Advertisement and Literary Arts.
PAS Performing Arts Strand
    This strand cultivates the passion of the child in the field of Performing Arts.