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Course descriptions of subjects offeren for high school, and college students

Announcements: Free Entrance/Scholarship Test at MSC Starting Dec. 4

Give your child the MSC Advantage – Math, Science, and Computing, enroll them at MSC!

High School (Grades VII to X)

  • Bookkeeping Course
  • Caregiving Course
  • Computer Tutorials

FREE Entrance/Scholarship Test starting December 4, 2014 (3:00 pm) and every Saturday (9:00 am), henceforth.

VYP-MSC Institute of Technology, Inc.
Sitio IX, Brgy. San Gabriel, San Pablo City
Tel. No 562-6006
0922 854 3244
0939 939 9702
0917 856 5069

Give Your Child The MSC Advantage – Math, Science and Computing

Fill out the form below to inquire about any of our courses.
Give your child the MSC Advantage in Math, Science, and Computing!
Enrollment for Saturday Classes is ongoing! Limited slots only!
Open to students from other schools

  • MATH-Inic.  Math made fun, fast and easy!  (4-17 years old)
    The MATH-Inic is training the next generation of math wizards
  • Introduction to Visual Graphics (9-12 years old)
  • Introduction to Web Design (9-12 years old)
  • Introduction to Robotics and Programming (10-12 years old)
Lego Mindstorm

Robotics Programming is a lot of Fun!

  • Introduction to Programming (12-16 years old)

SEPTEMBER 27 to DECEMBER 6, 2014 (10 Saturdays, 2 hours/sessions)

Please fill up the form below for any inquiries

ENROLL NOW!
Visit us at MSC Institute of Technology, Inc., Sitio IX, Brgy. San Gabriel, San Pablo City

Or contact us via
Landline

  • 049 562 6006

Call/Text cellnumber:

  • 0922 854 3244 (Sun)
  • 0939 939 9702 (Smart)
  • 0917 853 5069.(Globe)

New Computer Programming Courses @ MSC

Why is Computer Programming important?

“The programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future.”
Gabe Newell, Founder of Valve Software: the creator of Dota & Counter-Strike

“One million of the best jobs will go unfilled because only 1 out of 10 schools teach students how to code”
http://code.org

“Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer… because it teaches you how to think.” 

Steve Jobs, Co-founder of Apple Inc. & Pixar Animation Studios

Enroll in our new courses:

Introduction to Programming & Robotics (for ages 12 to 17)
Saturdays, 10 am to 12 noon

Introduction to Python Programming (for ages 12 to 17)
Saturdays, 1 to 3 pm

SCHEDULE: September 27 to December 6, 2014

Lego Mindstorm

Robotics Programming is a lot of Fun!

 

MSC History Part IV – Start of 2 year courses at A. Flores St.

In 1991, MSC got the necessary permit to offer two-year courses in Office Management (OMC) and Computer Technology (CTC).  In June of that year, classes for the two courses started with fifty (50) OMC and twenty-six (26) CTC students.

MSC at that time was occupying the second floor of the Jesusa building (on the first floor was Monte de Piedad Savings Bank) along A. Flores St.  Its two classrooms had a capacity of  50 students only.  MSC had to set morning and afternoon sessions to accommodate the new two-year course students totaling more than 70.  Schedule for the short term course students were also set strategically so that there will be a classroom for each class.   Saturday and evening classes were conducted.

The short-term courses FCO (Fundamentals of Computer Operation) and FCP (Fundamentals of Computer Programming) became important subjects for the two-year courses.  Students studied DOS, Wordstar, Lotus and Dbase – software which a teen today may never have heard of, much more know how to use.  Computer screens were black and white and if you are not so lucky, “green”.

A requirement for these subjects was a set of diskettes – those thin, square plastic sheets containing a circular disk inside.  The 3.5-inch diskettes were rare then, the 5.25-inch floppies were the “in” thing.    Computers in the lab had no hard disk drives (only the office PC had disk drives) and the diskettes contain the software and the data.  PC users today will laugh at the thought that those floppy disks can contain a maximum of only 340kb!

Windows was unheard of and the Internet had not yet arrived in this part of the globe, but yes there were computer games, among them – Pacman, Block out, Space Invaders, Sokoban, etc.

MSC Origins Part III : Start of Classes at A. Flores St.

Our transfer to A. Flores St. was very timely because of our rapidly growing enrollment. In our first month alone, 43 students enrolled. Another 80 enlisted in the first 5 months of 1990. Most of them took up the FCO course. A few FCO finishers continued their computer education by taking up the Advanced Computer Operations (ACO) course.

Our students are varied. We had professionals like Atty. Hizon Arago and Fr. Raul Magmanlac. During the summer break of 1990, even elementary and high school students took up our courses. Many of them were siblings: Emmanuel, Angelica and Veronica Prudente; Celeste Remedios, Antonio Jr. and Antonio III Celestino, Jeanne Patricia, Eugene Jonathan, Ann Cristina and Carolyn Alonzo; Katherine and Josefina Javaluyas; Derrick Josue and Anna Larissa Goze; and Bernard and Juris Tiu.

We also started offering computer classes in other schools. We provided the computers and the instructors for the first computer classes held in Saint Joseph School, CC Technical Institute and San Antonio de Padua in Pila,  Laguna.

From June to the end of 1990, we had 232 more enrollees, many of them professionals, teachers and government employees. Notable among them are lawyers Lourdes Casco, now MTC Judge in Tayabas City and former San Pablo City Councilor Regina De La Cruz(+), businessmen Rudy Verzonilla and Fred Lim, government employees Ruben Taningco, NeliaAverion, Josefina Andal, Steve Manalo, Orlando Decano, and CARD leaders Annie Alip and Lorenz de Torres. Also among them are Arnel Ticzon, now second term San Pablo City Councilor and Domingo Raymundo, now a two term National Vice President of APEX.

Our software department, had as of the middle of 1990, developed the inventory software for JRS Motors and the personnel file system for Franklin Baker Company.

Sa MSC Caregiving Course – pay 50% later!

Para sa mga naninirahan sa barangay ng San Gabriel, San Miguel, at mga karatig na mga barangay na nais mag-aral ng Caregiving, maari nang mag-enrol na kalahati lamang ang babayaran. Ang matitirang kalahati ay babayaran kapag nakakuha na ng trabaho.
Ito ang pahayag ni G. Ike Prudente sa pag-balik niya at kanyang pamilya sa San Gabriel na tahanan nila noong 70’s at 80’s. Kasama nila sa paglipat sa San Gabriel ang buong paaralan ng VYP-MSC Institute of Technology, kabilang na ang Caregiving School nito. Para sa iba pang mga detalye ay magtungo lamang sa MSC.

A school with 4 LIBRARIES (only @ MSC)

Yes you read it right, MSC has four libraries!
The main library contains general information and reference books for high school and tech-voc courses. Several Internet-enabled computers are also in the library for research and email.
A “science library corner” which contains Science and Robotics books is found in the science lab. while a similar “computer science library” which contains reference boks on programming, hardware servicing, and miscellaneous software is located at the computer lab.

The newest is a 40 sq. m. “Silid Booklatan”, a joint project of Booklat Isip Inc., Kiwanis Club-Buklod San Pablo, United Architects of the Phils. – UP Diliman Chapter, and MSC. Located near the main entrance of the school, its holdings range from nursery and children’s books, mystery and action novels, magazines, and hi-tech trade books.
Silid Booklatan aims to develop the habit of reading among community members, especially the youth that is why it is open to the public. So if you happen to pass by MSC, do not hesitate to come and read some books at Silid Booklatan.

Sa MSC Caregiving Course – pay 50% later!

Para sa mga naninirahan sa barangay ng San Gabriel, San Miguel, at mga karatig na mga barangay na nais mag-aral ng Caregiving, maari nang mag-enrol na kalahati lamang ang babayaran. Ang matitirang kalahati ay babayaran kapag nakakuha na ng trabaho.
Ito ang pahayag ni G. Ike Prudente sa pag-balik niya at kanyang pamilya sa San Gabriel na tahanan nila noong 70’s at 80’s. Kasama nila sa paglipat sa San Gabriel ang buong paaralan ng VYP-MSC Institute of Technology, kabilang na ang Caregiving School nito. Para sa iba pang mga detalye ay magtungo lamang sa MSC.

Enroll in MATH-Inic ( Speed Math Program )

Enroll your children in MATH-Inic (Speed Math program) this summer!

MATH-Inic, the full course, starts on April 26, 2011 for grade school and high school students. This Supplemental Mathematics course using the MATH-Inic modules based on right-brain and Vedic Math methods will have 20 sessions. All sessions are from 9am to 10am.

Give your child the advantage of learning Vedic Mathematics! Witness how they will be able to mentally solve math problems in a flash! Enroll them in MATH-Inic (20 sessions) for only PhP2,500 !

For inquiries, please visit or call:

MSC Institute of Technology, Inc.
A. Fule St., San Pablo City
Tel +63 (49) 562-6006

Enroll your children in MATH-Inic now!

For more details, please contact +63 (922) 854-3244 or email aprudente@msc.edu.ph
Thank you very much!

www.msc.edu.ph

MATH-Inic Offers Most Useful Math ShortCuts This Summer in Six Locations!

Can you mentally calculare all these in less than one minute?
  1. 456+997= ?
  2. 6 1/4 + 3 2/3 = ?
  3. 400,000 – 83,629 = ?
  4. 73 x 77 = ?
  5. 112 x 104 = ?
  6. 476 x 999 = ?

I M P O S S I B L E ?

Not if you (or your child) enroll in any of our MATH-Inic courses!

Even an elementary school pupil can mentally solve these correctly after only a few hours in our class!

MATH-Inic,  the Speed Math program developed by VYP-MSC IT & Business Solutions will offer Most Useful Math ShortCuts (MUMSC) courses in three levels at six locations this summer.

 Level I is for grades I to III pupils, Level II for grades IV to VI and level III for high school students. All three levels will be offered at the following locations:

  • MSC Institute of Technology in San Pablo City
  • Refiner’s Christian School in Calauan, Laguna and
  • Mary the Queen Academy of Pampanga in Bacolor, Pampanga.
  • The Learning Place
  • Balai Lakbay in Quezon City

Levels I and II will be offered at Scuola Dei Bambini Di Sta. Teresita International School in San Pablo City.

The MUMSC courses teach introductory “sampler” lessons from the regular MATH-Inic courses. If, after finishing the MUMSC, the students decide to continue with the regular courses, they will be given hefty discounts.

Schedule of Classes:

 VYP-MSC Institute of Technology
AB Fule St., San Pablo City
April 12 to 19, 2011
Tel (049) 562-6006

MUMSC I –    8 to 9 AM
MUMSC II –   9 to 10 AM
MUMSC III –  10 to 11 AM

 April 25 to May 20
Vedic I, Module I
Vedic II, Module I
Vedic I, Module II

Scuola Dei Bambini Di Sta. Teresita International School
Jazmin St., Patria Village
Brgy. Del Remedio
San Pablo City, Laguna
Tel (049) 562-3713

April 12 to 19, 2011
MUMSC I –    8 to 9 AM
MUMSC II –   9 to 10 AM

Other Courses to be announced

Refiners Christian School
G. Medel St. ,
Calauan Laguna
Tel (049) 566-0018

April 11 to 18, 2011
MUMSC I –    1 to 2 AM
MUMSC II –   2 to 3 AM
MUMSC III –  3 to 4 AM

Other courses to be announced

The Learning Place
10966 Kanluran Rd.
Faculty Hills
UP Los Banos
Laguna
Tel (049)5368316

Balai Lakbay
# 2 Alondras St. Corner Congressional Ave. Ext.
Mira-NIla Homes, QC
(02) 932-7818

 Mary the Queen Academy of Pampanga
Cabalantian, Bacolor, Pampanga
Tel. (045) 963-0661

April 18 to 27, 2011
MUMSC I –    8 to 9 AM
MUMSC II –   9 to 10 AM
MUMSC III –  10 to 11 AM

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