High School
Senior High School

PWU-JASMS Senior High School students can do advanced studies to prepare them for college. Since PWU is on a trimestral school year, Senior High School graduates continuing on at PWU may be able to complete their college degrees in 3 years instead of 4 (representing considerable savings in tuition fee and other expenses). PWU offers generous scholarship to deserving students as part of the university’s continuing commitment to academic excellence and community service.

Philippine Women’s University offers the following programs:

  • Arts and Sciences - gives students theoretical and practical skills as well as training for careers in media, corporate communications, guidance and the flexibility to adjust to changing environments.

  • Business (CBIBE) - leads to business and corporate careers as well as the evolving field of information technology

  • Education - leads to careers as teachers, researchers, consultants, and school adminstrators

  • Fine Arts & Design - leads to careers as artists, designers, advertisers, educators, film makers, curators

  • Food Science and Technology - leads to careers in food manufacturing, research, training, as well as success in the food industry

  • Helena Z Benitez International Relations and Diplomacy - leads to careers in foreign service, international institutions, development assistance and civil service

  • Hospitality Management - leads to careers in hotels and restaurants, travel, shipping, events management

  • Medical Technology - leads to high-demands job in laboratories and hospitals here and abroad

  • Music - leads to careers in the music industry as performers, teachers, researchers

  • Nursing - be a nurse, instructor, professor, researcher, government health worker, health entrepreneur

  • Nutrition and Dietetics - leads to careers in the food industry, hospitals, government, research, sports

  • Pharmacy - be a registered pharmacist and work in all areas of the pharmaceutical industry

  • Social Work - leads to jobs in local government and non-government units, schools courts, hospitals, and companies (with corporate social responsibility program)

  • Tourism - leads to careers in the tourism industry, travel industry, hotels and restaurants

PWU has partnerships with the following institutions:

    • City of Dreams
    • Hyatt
    • Century Park
    • Dusit Thani
    • Heritage
    • InterCon
    • Manila Pavillon
    • Pan Pacific
    • Shangri-La
    • Sofitel
    • Peninsula
    • Tony Roma’s
    • Italianni’s
    • Max’s
    • Department of Foreign Affairs
    • Philippine National Police
    • Armed Forces of the Philippines
    • Makati Medical Center
    • East Avenue Medical Center
    • Manila Adventist Medical Center
    • Rizal Medical Center
    • Mandaluyong Medical Center
    • Seaman’s Hospital
    • National Center of Mental Health
    • Philippine Orthopedic Medical Center
    • University of Hawaii
    • Okinawa Christian University

Students have a choice of CAREER TRACKS offered in PWU-JASMS Senior High School:


  • Accounting, Business, Management (ABM) Strand
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
  • General Academic Strand (GAS)
  • Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS)


  • Information & Communications Technology (ICT)
  • Home Economics:
    • Bread and Pastry Production
    • Cookery
    • Food and Beverage Service
    • Tourism/Promotion Services


  • Visual & Media Arts
  • Dance
  • Music


The School offers General Secondary Curriculum.

PWU High School follows the curriculum prescribed by DepEd for all year levels incorporating BEC changes in content and sequence. Innovation comes in the form of enriching and updating of content reflecting the following:

  • New and contemporary issues like women in development, peace, environment education, national and international socio-economic and political scenarios and new development in science and technology.
  • A re-structured Home Economics program which includes technical skills. Cafeteria Management is offered in Senior year where students operate and manage the Lunchroom.
  • An expanded co-curricular program responsive to the interest and needs of the students.
  • Enrichment Classes are offerings which are subject related. They are for remediation, development, improvement, enhancement advancement.

The co-curricular program its categorized as follows:

  • Off-campus - participation in contests, symposia, exhibits, clubs, campus, religious activities, etc. sponsored by civic organization, NGO's professional or business association.
  • In-campus - are referred to as activities sponsored by clubs, organizations. All students are required to sign up membership in one Sports enrichment class.


Mrs. Remedios Cruz

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