1. The PSHS-CLC Guidance Center guides the scholars towards their total development through carefully planned
guidance services, interventions, testing, career development, guidance and counseling.
Basic Guidance Services
a. Individual Inventory – gathers and synthesizes the informational data of students to facilitate better
understanding of student problems and needs.
b. Testing and Appraisal – administers and interprets tests and surveys to aid in understanding students.
c. Information – provides students with information on school, scholarships, careers, etc. through maintaining a
bulletin board of information on guidance concerns.
d. Counseling – provides counseling through a helping relationship.
e. Placement – assists students in applying for college admission and scholarships.
f. Follow-up – involves monitoring and assistance to improve students' behavior and academic performance.
Group Guidance – is an extension of the counseling assistance to large groups concerning common problems in
personal, social or academic matter. This service includes Homeroom Guidance Program which is designed to
provide an atmosphere of belongingness for the students. The HGP provides structured activities which allow
students to express their feelings, share their insights and establish team and community spirit.
Career Guidance Program – aids students in choosing their careers by providing them with information regarding
college applications; by conducting placement, interest, and scholastic aptitude tests; through career counseling;
and through career exposures.
Orientation Program - Every year, the Guidance Center conducts orientation activities for the new and old
students. Parents of these students are also being oriented of the school’s policies and guidelines, administration,
faculty and personnel, and other concerns.
Continuing Orientation Program – the concept of the program implies that orientation does not only start at the
time a student had decided to enroll at Philippine Science High school.
Peer Counseling Program – training students to help others by helping themselves at the same time. The program
provides a venue wherein the youth can fully interact and establish healthy relationships among themselves.
These students will become the extension arm of the Guidance Center through the Peer Facilitators’ Circle – a
group formed last school year.
Friend Program – aims to develop a helping relationship among students and hopefully will minimize destructive