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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

Before, the youth had chance to pursue in High School, aside of being low status in society, High School were just situated only in the city or town. Another reason was the distance from their place, going to school and they could not afford to go to High School because of financial problem. Mostly some of the youth were already engage in their work in order to augment what their family needs. Because of this situation, a certain concern citizen, a doctor had thought of putting up a Barrio High School in different Barrios to help the poor youths. It was the beginning of Barrio High School and multiplied its number into different remote and rural areas in the Philippines and start of putting up Barrio Book Foundation through the effort of Local Offices by solicitations.

The former councilor Ruben J. Martin, who served as representative of the town of Malabon, through the former Mayor, held a conference at Fish Fun Restaurant at Letre, they discussed regarding the Bario Book Foundation. He realized the important of having a High School and how it will established. So, again a conference was again held.

This idea was consulted to Sangguniang Malabon on January 12, 1968, and it was referred to former Mayor Lucio “Otoy” Gutierrez. Former Secretary Jose (Pepe) Cruz studied this plan like what the town of Pangasinan established their Barrio High School. With the help of Malabon Citizen League (MACILE) through the leadership of Malabon for Secretary, the First Barrio High Schools were established at Tinajeros and Tugatog, the Barangay Councils were managed their respective Barrio High School.

Were to lack of fund Of Barangay Council, on January 12, 196, the Sangguniang Nayon ng Tinajeros, suggested to change to Municipal High School in order to budgeted by the Municipality of Malabon, So on March 15, 1969 the Sangguniang Malabon under the Resolution No. 152 hardle decided to established one Municipal High School allotted P150,000.00 as an initial fund at Tinajeros, and the Municipal High School was born, but it was another burden to late Mayor “Otoy” Gutierrez.

MISSION, VISSION & PHILOSOPHY

MISSION : Enlighten. Engage. Empower.

VISION: As a basic public education institution, TNHS commits itself to: Establish an environment that enables the students to understand and sees himself/herself in the light of his /her best potential and help them to achieve it. Ensure that learning at its best by providing an environment that allows students to be actively engage in the process of creating, interpreting and processing knowledge and content. Endow graduates the best capability to contribute significantly to the development of self and the nation powerfully. PHILOSPHY: Intelligent minds creates winners, working intelligently together creates champions.MISSION : Enlighten. Engage. Empower. VISION: As a basic public education institution, TNHS commits itself to: Establish an environment that enables the students to understand and sees himself/herself in the light of his /her best potential and help them to achieve it. Ensure that learning at its best by providing an environment that allows students to be actively engage in the process of creating, interpreting and processing knowledge and content. Endow graduates the best capability to contribute significantly to the development of self and the nation powerfully.

PHILOSPHY: Intelligent minds creates winners, working intelligently together creates champions.

OVERVIEW

Tugatog National High School teaches students in grades seventh through tenth in Malabon, Third District of National Capital Region. The school has 25 instructional rooms and 4 laboratory rooms, which are all powered by a power grid. With 2,500 students, class size is around 50 students. Dr. Olivia Martin is in charge of the school, acting as the school’s Principal.

Enrollment for S.Y. 2016-2017

For the 2016-17 school year, Tugatog National High School has  2,489  students enrolled. 

Building and Management

Tugatog has a total of 25 classrooms. The school has at least one canteen, 2 computer laboratories, 1 science laboratory, 1 TLE laboratory, library, LRMDS and office. The instructional rooms are standard rooms that meet the DepEd’s guidelines for safety and usability.

With 2,500 students and 25 rooms actively used for teaching, Tugatog has an average class size of 50.

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