Upper Bicutan National High School

Upper Bicutan National High School

Upper Bicutan National High School is a national high school in Upper Bicutan,Taguig City in Metro Manila in the Philippines.


Upper Bicutan National High School is situated at Baranggay Upper Bicutan, Taguig City. It has 2500 square meters. It is bounded by the Department of Science and Technology Complex to the southwest, Camp Bagong Diwa, Upper Bicutan Elementary School and Division of Taguig City and Pateros to the southeast, and the Justice Hall-DPWH Compound to the northeast.


The Journey towards excellence starts here.


We, the Upper Bicutan National High School academic community, advocates excellence in all aspects of school activities, develops competitive talents, provides adequate resources for expertise and institutionalizes the school as a center for training in the country.


To realize our vision, we seek to live out and commit to:

1. Professionalize all operations, build up effective system of planning, coordination and evaluation of all units of the school. 2. Provide training programs, seminars, workshops and inter-school activities to help them grow to their fullest potential.

3. Procure equipments and adequate resources necessary to enhance learning activities.

4. Deepen harmonious relationship among parents, benefactors and community through social oriented activities such as outreach programs, cultural shows, sports festival and other related activities.


Upper Bicutan National High School was legislated during the term of former Congressman Allan Peter Cayetano. The land area occupying the school is under the memorandum of agreement between the Department of Science and Technology and Department of Education - Division of Taguig City and Pateros signed through a usufruct status.

The institution opens its door in the school year 2005-2006 with eleven (11) teachers under the leadership of Nelson S. Quintong. The first seven (7) months is the most difficult times in the history of the academe with no equipment and materials for teaching, students patiently sat on rice sack just to learn and teachers alternately rest and work in one table with two chairs and one electric fan, even the officer in charge given up his position.

On January, 2006, the school was turn-over to the leadership of Mr. Nestor R. Ramos who resolved the problems and lifted the school into a new stage of development. Equipments and materials were gradually raised through partnership with the non-governmental organization like the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP). Deped Adopt a school program also helped the school together with Mead Johnson Philippines for computer donations.

The school intensely progressed when Mayor Sigfrido R. Tiñga sustained the needs of the school by providing teachers from the local school board and donating equipments that aids the teachers in teaching. The school during that time, had no Maintenance, Operation and other Expenses or MOOE but through the effort of Mr. Ramos and other school officials, the school was able to purchase its own equipments like the risograph machine, photocopying machine, overhead projectors and others to name a few and was able to construct ancilliary offices. Student activities and leadership was intensified, in fact through the effort of the Supreme Student Government Organization the school was able to finance its Learning Resource Center complete with books with a section of the cybrary (computers section with access to the internet) with the help of GIL@S and a paging and sound system for the school. The school for three consecutive years ranked high in the National Achievement test. All these accomplishment was possible through the cooperation of the faculty, parents, students, the local government unit and non governmental organizations.

Last July, 2008, the leadership of the school was turn-over to Mr. Santiago T. Alvis. His term as a principal will continously move the school to a higher level of development.

The population of the school for the school year 2008-2009 is three thousand ninety seven and 56 teachers.

Principals of Upper Bicutan National High School

Supreme Student Government Organization 2008-2009

External links

* [http://www.ubnhs-ssgo.com/ Official Website of Upper Bicutan National High School - Supreme Student Government Organization]

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