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"Enhancing Academic Growth: Navigating the NLC Post-Test at San Juan City Science High School"

San Juan City Science High School conducted the National Learning Camp Assessment (NLCA) on September 7-8, 2023, aligning with the Department of Education's DM-CT-2023-230 or the Administration of the National Learning Camp Assessment (Post-Test) for Incoming Grade 8 and 9 Learners for the school year 2023-2024. This initiative was spearheaded by the dedicated School Head, Dr. Jonas Feliciano C. Domingo.

Prior to this assessment, a preliminary pre-test had been administered to Grade 7 and 8 learners in the preceding academic year which was later augmented through the National Learning Camp (NLC) Enhancement held from July 24 to August 11, 2023.


Mr. Christian A. De Guzman, the NLC Focal Person, meticulously coordinated and supervised the assessment (Grade 8 and 9) receiving support from fellow teachers and advisers. Ensuring smooth assessment proceedings. Mr. Marlon D. Dalde, the School Property Custodian, ensured the functionality of all computers used for the assessment, while Mr. Abelardo L. Tamares Jr, the testing coordinator, provided guidance and technical assistance during the post-test.

The post-test encompassed evaluation in English, Science, and Mathematics, assessing students' levels of skill and competencies through a multiple-choice format primarily conducted in the English language.


Before the post-test, all students in Grades 8-9 were requested to review and update their DepEd email addresses with the assistance of the school's ICT coordinator, Mr. Christian A. De Guzman, who himself, updated their email account from his end.


The National Learning Camp Assessment (NLCA) is an essential online computer-based tool utilizing a pre-test/post-test design to measure students' comprehension and retention of course materials. Beyond academic evaluation, it serves to gauge the effectiveness of the learning camp, making it a vital asset in the realm of education. This assessment not only evaluates academic performance but also contributes to the enhancement of existing educational programs.



Article Written by:


Christian A. De Guzman

Teacher II – San Juan City Science High School

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