Some 504 senior students of nine private high schools in Valencia City completed the Career Pathing Project conducted by the Department of Behavioral Sciences, Social Sciences, Languages and Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics of the College of Arts and Sciences. The participating schools include: Valencia Baptist Christian Academy, Philippine College Foundation, Infant Jesus School of Bukidnon, Bukidnon Faith Christian School, Inc., Immaculate Conception High School, Sinayawan Development Academy, San Agustin Insitute of Technology, First Fruits Christian Academy and New Life Foundation Ministry. The said students were given mental and aptitude tests. Students of the participating schools are given copy of their psychological test results.
Except for the First Fruits Christian Academy and New Life Foundation Ministry, the other participating schools attended the enhancement classes in Math, English, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. They were given a pre-test and a post test. Statistical analysis shows that the enrichment classes, as an intervention, are effective. The knowledge of students in English, Math, Chemistry and Biology can be enhanced by refreshers or enhancement activities.
This career pathing for high school senior students in Valencia City is under the Project 2 of CAS spearheaded by Prof. Lucy B. Ledres.