Featuring the Ilocos Sur National High School as one of the few high school in the Philippines that maintain a web site. Take around and visit their site. You will find the their nostalgic schools with high tech and well furnished rooms.
The school’s early beginnings are traced to the old Vigan Seminary, where the first batch – 10 male and 3 female students – attended classes. The strict moral norms then dictated the segregation of the sexes so that there were two separate classes. Co-education was eventually introduced when student attendance dwindled. No requirements were imposed upon those who wanted to enroll before a system of grading and classification was introduced in 1904.
The Vision of the school is to have God-fearing, values-oriented and law-abiding citizens of the community equipped with basic quality education that are highly and globally competitive.
The Mission of the school is to achieve the vision thru a relevant and responsive curriculum with a team of dedicated, committed and effective teachers, supportive parents and concerned local officials, to produce young community with quality life