PSHS campus to rise in Zamboanga peninsula

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First proposed site visited was in Barangay Cabatangan in Zamboanga City, a five-hectare lot to be donated by the Zamboanga City government First proposed site visited was in Barangay Cabatangan in Zamboanga City, a five-hectare lot to be donated by the Zamboanga City government[/caption] The campus will be the 15th campus of the PSHS System, following PSHS-Calabarzon region campus which is set to open in June 2015 in Batangas City. PSHS System Board of Trustees, represented by DOST undersecretary Fortunato T. Dela Pe?a and PSHS System deputy executive director and officer-in-charge Rod Allan A. De Lara, inspected the proposed sites. Assisted by PSHS System chief administrative officer Ma. Concepcion B. Sakai and technical resource person for evaluation and site analysis, Clarissa Pesigan, the proposed sites were inspected according to the criterion in identifying the host provinces (as per the PSHS System Work Program for the Establishment of a PSHS campus, October 2010). The criteria in identifying the host provinces were: accessibility and availability of basic facilities, research and educational linkages, location of regional science high schools, location of active eco-zones, and accessibility. ?We have high hopes for PSHS Zamboanga Peninsula Campus to open in June 2016,? said De Lara. [caption id="attachment_20047" align="aligncenter" width="490"]Second proposed site is in Zamboecozone in Zamboanga City, another five-hectare lot offered by the Zamboanga City government/Zamboecozone Management under usufruct agreement Second proposed site is in Zamboecozone in Zamboanga City, another five-hectare lot offered by the Zamboanga City government/Zamboecozone Management under usufruct agreement[/caption] [caption id="attachment_20048" align="aligncenter" width="488"]Third proposed site was in Pagadian City, also a five-hectare lot to be donated by Zamboanga del Sur government Third proposed site was in Pagadian City, also a five-hectare lot to be donated by Zamboanga del Sur government[/caption] ]]>

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