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NCAE results bared.....
Assessment Examination (NCAE) for senior students of thirteen
secondary schools in the division was released through Memorandum
No. 45, Series of 2007 by the office of schools division superintendent
Diosdado M. San Antonio on November 27

The three schools that topped this year’s NCAE based from the average mean
performance scores (MPS) were Bicol Regional Science High School (BRSHS),
79.22 %; Ligao National High School (LNHS), 50.76 %; and St. Mary’s Academy
of Ligao (SMAL), 50. 43 % -- with Amtic National High School replacing SMAL in
the third rank according to the schools’ MPS increase.

Centrally, the performance of the seniors who took the exam last August 28 was
based from their mean performance scores (MPS) increase and overall General
Scholastic Aptitude (GSA) scores, including scores on mathematical ability,
scientific ability, verbal ability and reading comprehension.

Comparing the results of 2007 NCAE from the previous year in the division, from
41.43 last 2006 to 44.74 this 2007, a satisfactory increase of 3.32 was noted in
the over-all performance of the graduating academes.

Seven fourth year students who achieved an excellent score of 99+ GSA were
Gleffany N. Pispis (BRSHS), Sarah Mae A. Rellorosa (BRSHS), Ma. Maureen P.
Ladao (BRSHS), Robert Cesar B. Morta (BRSHS), Ma. Patricia M. Payoyo
(BRSHS), Jeremiah O. Burac (BRSHS), Jove Tercero (BRSHS) and Jamaeca M.
Porcalla (LNHS), respectively.

The division office- education department extended their commendation and
congratulations to the administrators, teachers, parents, and students of the top
three best performing schools.

Moreover,  Dr. San Antonio challenged school officials and students alike to
initiate efforts for improved student outcomes in order to meet the desired 75 %
proficiency levels for all learners in the schools division.   
 Lee N. Trillanes

Ligao City