Project NUMERO Accomplishment Report

KNHS implements Project NUMERO (Numeracy Enhancement and Reinforcement Opportunities), a localized special program to enhance and reinforce the Mathematics Program in the Schools Division of Pasay City. The mathematics teachers in the school give intervention to the learners who failed to meet the required learning competencies for their grade level. Also, the program provides talented learners with the opportunities for enhancement of critical and logical thinking and problem-solving skills, as well as prepare learners to different mathematics competitions. Further, it aims to increase the low performance of learners in mathematics, specifically in the national and international large-scale assessments.

School Disaster Risk & Reduction Management (SDRRM) Program Accomplishment Report

KNHS implementation of SDRRM Program is highly observed through its participation in nationwide simultaneous earthquake drills in cooperation with the Bureau of Fire Protection, in addition to its monthly conduct of earthquake drills. Further, members of SDRRM continually upgrade themselves through attending Safety and Security in Schools Training & Enhancement of Contingency Plan in Different Hazards conducted by SDO-Pasay in partnership with Plan International.

Remedial Reading Program Accomplishment Report

At KNHS environment, remedial reading stands as an intervention to diligently empower learners with the tools they need to excel in reading. Whether it is improving comprehension, fluency, or overall reading proficiency, this program is dedicated to helping high school learners develop into confident and skilled readers, ensuring their success in various academic pursuits.

Gender and Development Accomplishment Report​

KNHS adheres to a Gender-Responsive Basic Education Policy (DepEd Order No. 32, s. 2017). It commits to integrate the principles of gender equality, gender equity, the principles of equity, of gender equality, gender sensitivity, sensitivity, nondiscrimination, and human rights, in the provision and governance of KNHS education. The student organization named K-GADvocates undertake different activities and campaigns to address both enduring and emerging related issues in school.

Boy Scouts of the Philippines Accomplishment Report​

KNHS actively participates in the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP) movement. Currently, it has more than 400 learner members, and 41 adult leaders. KNHS-BSP conducts weekly activities and collaborates with other school organizations in fulfilling its duties.

Induction Program for Beginning Teachers Accomplishment Report​

KNHS aims to guide its beginning teachers through implementation of the Induction Program for Beginning Teachers (IPBT). Master Teachers of the school mentor and coach the beginning teachers, monitor regularly their self-paced courses, and create feedback mechanism through regular Learning Action Cells (LAC) sessions.

Gulayan sa Paaralan Program Accomplishment Report​

In light of DepEd Memorandum no. 95 s.2018, KNHS implements the “Gulayan sa Paaralan” (GPP) through promoting vegetable production, establishing and maintaining school garden as ready food basket/source of vegetables in sustaining supplementary feeding, and using the GPP as laboratory for learners.

Girl Scouts of the Philippines Accomplishment Report

KNHS actively participates in the Girl Scouts of the Philippines (GSP) movement. Girls and adult leaders ignite their dreams through participation in local and nationwide campaigns, contests, as well as in attending different trainings and camping in school, division, regional, and national levels.

Brigada Eskwela 2023 Accomplishment Report​

One team, One Goal, One KNHS.

The Kalayaan National High School (KNHS) once again showcased its observance to its mantra through the implementation of the 2023 Brigada Eskwela (BE) on August 14-19, 2023. The BE theme “Bayanihan para sa MATATAG na Paaralan” was unpacked by KNHS team when Teachers, Parents, Barangay 201 Officials and Constituents, School’s Student Organizations, Non-Government Organizations (NGO) and Private Individuals participated voluntarily in the event which started at seven o’clock in the morning and ended at five o’clock in the afternoon daily throughout the week. Armed with the spirit of volunteerism, burning passion, and sense of connection, KNHS family was able to accomplish the tasks in the BE2023.