It used to be just a vision on the five-year development plan of Bacolod Tay Tung High School, but through the collaborative efforts of all board of trustees and active leadership of Mr. Alfonso Luis Tan, Mr. Dy Kian Kun, Mr. Eusebio Po, Mrs. Dy Kian Bee and the BOT President, Mr. Andres S. Valencia, it is now turning into a profound and tangible reality.
Bacolod Tay Tung High School is proud to announce the list of students who passed TESDA National Competency Assessment for Visual Graphics Design and Bookkeeping.
Visual Graphics Design NC III passers
Bacolod Tay Tung High School indeed excels not only in the field of academics, sports, and journalism but also in other aspects of the student’s life. The students are able to shine in different competitions with their innate talent coupled with the guidance of their mentors.
This school year, another honor was brought by Jan Francis Palacios and Nathania Enrica Oh as they beat the other 52 contestants in the secondary and elementary level.
Forty Six (46) Taytungians successfully passed the Qualifying Examination in the recent 2015-2016 Mathematical Challenge for Filipino Kids Training Program (MCFKTP) organized by Mathematics Trainers’ Guild, Philippines
Students who successfully passed the examination are qualified to join and avail the MTG Training Program. Registration starts on August 5, 2015 and ends on August 28, 2015. Students may enroll at Trinity Christian School and look for Mrs. Gas Matalubos with contact number 434-3925.
Being unprepared leads to many losses- this is precisely what Bacolod Tay Tung High School Inc. wants to change.
Students from Grades 4 to 10 left the Po Hang Gymnasium more prepared for calamities after speakers Joel L. Legaspi and Diana Jane B. Alcala shared their knowledge during Earthquake and Fire Preparedness Symposium last June 25, 2015.
“Tay Tung: 21st Century Learner”: This was the theme in the high school bulletin board contest launched by the Student Council Organization last June 15, 2015. This activity showcased the talents of the students and developed leadership, cooperation, and decision-making skills.
As the students made this project possible, they experienced hardships and excitements all throughout the activity. They were given one week to finish their bulletin boards and were judged last June 23, 2015.