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The very long line of the High School Department’s glorious and successful quest has been extended anew and this time the victory torch was literally hoisted by no other than the HS Department's heads.

On February 23, 2008, a matter of 21 days after her birthday bash, Mrs. Remedios U. Cardino, the High School principal, was handed another significant present – a new title added to her name. She successfully defending her dissertation entitled “Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences in Relation to the Career Choices of Senior High School Students.”

In the same fashion, another record was inscribed in the annals of the High School Department when one of Dr. Cardino’s assistants obtained his degree in Doctor in Management Major in Educational Management at University of San Jose Recolletos. Dr. Prisciano Legitimas had his oral defense on March 1, 2008. “Leadership, Motivation and Decision-Making Skills of HNU Administrators: Proposal for Enhancement” is Dr. Legitimas’ dissertation title.

In the same month, the Records Section Personnel called for another round of celebration when their chief clerk Mrs. Elizabeth Aranzado finished her masteral studies in Business Administration at HNU. Mrs. Aranzado’s study is entitled “The Feasibility of Opening a T.E.S.D.A Accredited School in Tagbilaran City.”

This latest development becomes another contributing factor to the High School’s intensive preparation for another PAASCU visit which has been scheduled in November.

Dr. Cardino, Dr. Legitimas, and Mrs. Aranzado, the whole High School Department family is more than proud of your achievements!

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