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

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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)

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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”

“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!


More Robotics Programming at MSC High

We will have more time for Computer Programming Lessons this school year at MSC High School, including robotics programming using the latest state-of-the-art Lego MindStorm EV3 robotics set.

The new Lego Mindstorms EV3

MSC Institute of Technology High School students at all levels will have two hours of computer programming lessons per week beginning this school year. Programming “is the new ‘superpower’ that isn’t taught in 90% of US schools” During the previous years, MSC students started programming once a week using the Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0 Robotics Kits.

This year the students will have, in addition to their Robotics classes, an additional hour of programming using a high level language like Python. This will prepare the MSC students for high- paying jobs in the 2020s.

Just this December, 2013, computer industry leaders like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg organized the Code.org to encourage schools in the US to offer programming courses at all level because they feared that “1 million of the best jobs in America may go unfilled” in 2020 because only “1 out of ten schools in America teach children how to code”. They project that by that date about 1.4 million programming jobs will be open and the American educational system can only produce 400,000 programmers if the other schools will not include programming in their curriculum.

Moreover, according to Steve Jobs, the late founder of Apple, Inc. and the creator of IPad and IPhone, “Everybody (in this country) should learn how to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think”.

Watch this video clip:

What Most Schools Don't Teach

What Most Schools Don’t Teach

Believing that knowledge of programming will have a great positive impact on the future of its students, the MSC administration not only decided to have the additional hour of computer programming instruction, but also acquired the latest and most advanced Lego Mindstorms Kit, the EV3 for Evolution – Third generation for use of their students.

And, to make sure that MSC students will have the best possible training in computer programming, MSC founder and President, Virgilio “ Sir Ike” Prudente will personally handle the classes.


93% of MSC Technical-Vocational Graduates Get National Certification

Congratulations MSC Technical-Vocational Batch 2011!

Of our 58 graduating tech-voc students, 54 (or 93%) have already obtained their National Certification (NC) from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) for having met the competency requirements of their industry and thus attesting to their “productivity, quality and global competitiveness.”

  • 17 out of 19 (89.5%) passed the Bookkeeping National Certificate Level III;
  • 17 out of 17 (100%) passed the Computer Hardware Servicing National Certificate Level II;
  • 20 out of 22 (91%) earned the Certificate of Competency (COC) in Procedural Programming;
  • 10 of the 20 who also earned the Certificate of Competency for Object-Oriented Programming thus obtaining the Computer Programming National Certificate Level IV.

This is the first time in Laguna that a big group of students from a single school gave a good passing percentage in Programming NC IV. The passing percentages of other Laguna schools this year range from 0 to 2.5%.

One graduating CHS student, Carlo Capule got his NC II last year while two first year CHS students, Adrian Capule and Mark Simon Silva passed this year making it 18 out of 18 for MSC.

Two bookkeeping graduates last year, Grace Mercado and Angel Gesmundo passed this year’s assesment together Daniel Capule who will be graduating next year for a total of 20 passers for MSC this year. 

Programming NC IV passers

(COC 1 – Object-oriented Programming and COC 2 – Procedural Programming)

  1. Jainar, Rommel
  2. Cabiles, Leo Angelo
  3. Suazo, Joshua
  4. Gatasi, John Wayne
  5. Garcia, Lara Mae
  6. Collantes, Aubrey
  7. Villafria, Joseph
  8. Diocton, Nueda
  9. Punzalan, Aaron James
  10. De Casa, Ciena Joy

Certificate of Competency in Procedural Programming

  1. Atienza, Ana Liza
  2. Cordero, Arvin
  3. De Guzman, John Mark
  4. Clenista, Michael
  5. Mitra, Jeffrey
  6. Bonilla, Lorena
  7. Ciar, Angelica
  8. Banayo, Jordan
  9. Arocena, Erwin
  10. Treyes, Mark Lawrence

Bookkeeping NC III

  1. Alcantara, Merari
  2. Anyayahan, Kristel
  3. Banega, Marjorie Joy
  4. Bundalian, Ave Rose
  5. Castillo, Francis John
  6. Chan, Peter Warren
  7. Cortez, Michelle
  8. De la Cruz, Aira Czarina Laine
  9. Hernandez, Shiela
  10. Javier, Rose Marie
  11. Mota, Jocelyn
  12. Motol, Maricel
  13. Pabelonia, Ma. Belen
  14. Paguio, Mary Anne
  15. Reyes, Joy Mae
  16. Santos, Danyel Maxin
  17. Suarez, Rean
  18. Capule, Daniel (graduating next year)
  19. Mercado, Grace (2010 Graduate)
  20. Gesmundo, Angel (2010 Graduate)

Computer Hardware Servicing NC II

  1. Avila, Mervin I.
  2. Dalisay, Tristan Jay
  3. Deliso, Alvin T.
  4. Deocareza, Bryan P.
  5. Desate, Emerson B.
  6. Esteves, Billy John G.
  7. Garcia, Charmaine Louise T.
  8. Gatasi, John Gilbert F.
  9. Moraleja, Jerico O.
  10. Muere, John Albert C.
  11. Punzalan, Keron D.
  12. Soriano, Jeffrey F.
  13. Tamayo, Christian B.
  14. Vicuña, Peter Ryan R.
  15. Villeza, Laudeleo M.
  16. Lubrin, Lester S.
  17. Capule, Carlo (passed last year)
  18. Pabelonia, Adrian (graduating next year)
  19. Silva, Mark Simon. (graduating next year)

MSC Graduates – Sertipikadong Pinoy – Angat sa Mundo!

Sertipikadong Pinoy - Angat sa Mundo!