In a span of four (4) months, PSFI has already implemented the workshop in 25 schools from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Schools who have participated are as follows:

  • Ateneo De Naga University
  • Bansud Regional Science High School
  • Biñan National High School
  • Cabadbaran National High School
  • CEU Senior High School
  • Dumaguete Science High School
  • Francisco Bangoy National High School
  • Gusa Regional Science High School
  • International School For Better Beginnings
  • Libjo National High School
  • Lorma Science High School
  • Macabalan National High School
  • Meridian Learning International Experience
  • Oriental Mindoro National High School
  • Palawan National School
  • Philippine Science High School Cagayan Valley
  • Philippines Science High School Eastern Visayas
  • PSU Laboratory High School
  • Puerto Princesa City National Science High School
  • Puntod National High School
  • St. Theresa’s College
  • Tabangao National High School
  • University of Makati
  • University of San Carlos
  • University of St. La Salle Bacolod

So far, those leading and facilitating the activities have also shared the positive response of stakeholders to the program. Not to mention, teachers like Mark, the Science Subject Coordinator of one of the partner schools, also expresses their deep appreciation for the activity. He says “We appreciate how there is a shift on how social responsibility is being provided focus now and how Shell is giving back to the community. We also appreciate how education has become one of the main thrusts of Shell. Over other means of giving, I think giving people the means to help themselves is a really good endeavor, so thank you very much to Pilipinas Shell Foundation.”

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