Senior High School

Lay the Foundation for Success Early
INTERNATIONALLY-ALIGNED CURRICULUM

Enderun Colleges Senior High School offers an internationally aligned curriculum which better prepares students for a seamless transition to their preferred college in the Philippines and abroad. This is mostly achieved through carefully crafted senior high strands that leverage the interests and talents of its students.

Enderun Senior High School currently offers three strands:

  • Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM)
  • Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS)
  • General Academic Strand (GAS)
Senior High School

AP
Capstone

In addition to the Department of Education-sanctioned senior high strands, Enderun Senior High School also offers the AP Capstone Program. This advanced placement program provides students with the opportunity to experience learning in an environment that simulates the international college level. At the same time, students are able to earn college credits in advance, giving them an academic advantage as they transition to their college of choice. AP Capstone credits are globally recognized and accepted.

Upon graduating from Enderun Senior High School, students will receive both an Enderun diploma and an AP Capstone diploma.

AP Capstone

The Advance Placement is a diploma program offering rigorous academic and skills training to prepare students for success in higher education and beyond.

Enderun Colleges Senior High School is one of the only two educational institutions in the country to provide students with the option of taking this globally recognized and internationally aligned program.

Program Highlights
Enderun Colleges Senior High School is one of the only two educational institutions in the country to provide students with the option of taking this globally recognized and internationally aligned program.

Developed by the American organization The College Board, the Advanced Placement Capstone Program (AP) features two essential year-long courses: AP Seminar and AP Research.

The courses allow students to focus on a topic of interest and develop the relevant critical and analytical skills in order to address a wide array of issues and considerations in the academe and in the industry, both locally and globally.

Taken in the first year, AP Seminar is a project-based course that challenges students to examine topics from a multidisciplinary perspective, appraise sources of knowledge, and craft arguments for proposed solutions.

In the subsequent AP Research course, students utilize their newly acquired skills from AP Seminar and go through the rigors of academic research, from design and execution to presentation and communication for impact.

The AP Research course enables students to develop their understanding of research methodology and ethics, as well as the collection, evaluation, analysis, and synthesis of information and findings to produce meaningful contributions to the existing body of knowledge.

Upon completion of the courses together with the Advance Placement Program Examinations, students enter higher education fully prepared for academic achievement and grounded in the realities outside the school environment.

AP Capstone Track
By selecting this track, students graduate with a diploma from Enderun Colleges Senior High School and an AP Capstone Diploma. Four elements distinguish Enderun Senior High School Program:

  1. The curriculum design features the AP Capstone program and Enderun’s world-class training. The AP Capstone program helps develop students’ content and research skills within a culture of research and academic excellence. Our students undergo training to achieve success in college and beyond.
  2. The faculty is composed of leaders in their respective industries and in the academe. Each member is trained specifically to employ the best approach in implementing the AP Program. Digital platforms play a vital role in the lesson delivery and management, in keeping with the world’s digital transformation.
  3. Enderun Senior High School Program leverages Enderun Colleges’ network of over 800 global industry partners, which affords students the opportunity to integrate with their future workplace. AP Capstone further adds to the already robust international distinction of our graduates.
  4. The school is appointed with facilities at par with industry standards.

At Enderun Colleges, students enjoy comprehensive academic support by providing them access to world-class learning environments, diverse student organizations, and excellent career guidance.

Work Immersion

The work immersion programs consists of a 2 week, 80 hour, off campus immersion in various fields with our industry partners. The program provides students with an opportunity to be immersed in a company or industry similar to their future career aspirations. Students will be given the experience to know what it is like to work in a company and they will understand the level of responsibility required to succeed.

Academic Tracks

The Academic Track of the Senior High School program is designed for those who have set their minds to college education. The subjects offered are intended to prepare the students for higher education subjects. Enderun’s SHS concentrates on instituting strong foundations of these basics to equip the SHS graduates the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the revamped college curriculum.
Accountancy, Business, & Management (ABM) Strand
  • The ABM Strand is intended for students who would like to be accountants, businessmen and entrepreneurs. It is also for those who want to take degree courses in International Hospitality Management or Hotel and Restaurant Management.
  • The specialized subjects taught in this strand will cover all aspects of business from finance, operations, marketing, and human resources.
  • Specialized subjects are being taught by industry practitioners and field experts.
  • The Principles of Marketing and Business Ethics and Social Responsibility subjects are taken in a blended learning set-up where students spend time off-class to watch supplementary videos, read case studies, and do research requirements.
    • This set-up gives students an avenue for greater exposure to the subject without being restricted with the constraints of class schedules.
    • This also provides the faculty with the opportunity to discuss more pertinent examples and case studies analyses during the face-to-face instruction.
  • Moreover, Enderun ABM students join national seminars, conferences, and workshops involving business topics to further develop their identity as future accountants, managers, marketers, and entrepreneurs.
  • After finishing Enderun’s ABM Strand, graduates are in a fit state to take advanced management, marketing, and accounting courses.

WHO TAKES ABM?

Students who are interested in careers related to the business industries such as accounting, marketing, finance, operations, human resources or entrepreneurship are the best fit for the ABM course. These students will most likely be taking college courses in Entrepreneurship, Business Administration, Management and the like.

WHY TAKE ENDERUN’S ABM STRAND?

By taking Enderun’s ABM Strand you will have the opportunity to have 4 subjects validated in Enderun Colleges if you are taking either Business Administration, Entrepreneurship or International Hospitality Management in college.

If you take Economics 3 subjects have the possibility of being validated.

CURRICULUM

SHS ABM

Humanities & Social Sciences (HUMSS) Strand
  • HUMSS strand curriculum is designed for those who would like to take liberal arts, communication arts, journalism, education, psychology, and other social science-related courses in college.
  • Subjects like Creative Writing and Creative Non-fiction will train students how to transform their imagination and creativity into manuscripts or stories that will shake the world.
  • Furthermore, students will learn how to be critical and radical thinkers as they transcend the challenges of the Introduction to World Religions and Belief Systems and Philippine Politics and Governance subjects.
  • After finishing Enderun HUMSS Strand, graduates are expected to dare the status quos and norms of the world and give creative solutions to the problems of the society.

WHO TAKES HUMSS?

Students who are interested in developing careers in international relations, political science, psychology, economics or other social sciences would be best to take this strand. These are also students who envision themselves working on public policy, bridging cultural norms, understanding individual and group behavior while being in government, NGOs, education or research and development.

WHY TAKE ENDERUN’S HUMSS STRAND?

Students who are interested in taking Enderun’s HUMSS strand will have the opportunity in having 2 college classes credited if they enroll in Enderun’s college courses.

CURRICULUM

SHS-HUMSS

General Academic Strand (GAS)
Unlike ABM and HumSS strands that are designed for specific disciplines, the General Academic Strand (GAS) is designed for those who are undecided in their career goals. In GAS, students will take different elective subjects coming from different disciplines to give them a taste of how it feels to be both businessmen and social scientists or writers. Enderun GAS offers a combination of ABM and HumSS electives. Students will experience the quality of Enderun’s business instructions and at the same time learn creativity and ingenuity.

WHO TAKES GAS?

Students who are undecided in their career path. Those who are torn between taking Business courses or Social Science courses in college can use this time to determine their future preferences.

WHY TAKE ENDERUN’S GAS STRAND?

Students who are interested in taking Enderun’s GAS will have the opportunity in having 2 college classes credited if they enroll in Enderun’s college courses.

CURRICULUM

GAS

Career Development

Enderun firmly believes that it is never too early to start laying the foundation for a successful career. As early as Senior High School, students are given access to a variety of programs, training, and initiatives that help build the skills, mindset, and drive to succeed. Through these Career Development programs, Enderun Senior High School students are able to carve out a distinct academic and career advantage over their peers.
Work Immersion Program
The Work Immersion Program presents Enderun Senior High students with a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a company or industry similar to their future career aspirations and earn valuable work experience. Through this, students are able to experience “life on the inside” first-hand, which helps with planning for their college education.

All Work Immersions are organized through the efforts of the Office of Career Services, which connects Senior High Students with Enderun’s extensive list of Industry Partners. This ensures each student’s Work Immersion is tailored to their interests and strengths, helping them make the most of their experiences.

Career Week
Career Week is focused on building the necessary skills to equip students in the work force. Topics include:

  • Resume Writing
  • Interview Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Networking Tips & Guidelines
  • Guest Speakers from leaders in the industry
Industry Partners
The focus at Enderun is on building partnerships and laying foundations for success both in the workplace and in life. Enderun has partnered with leading international corporations, start-ups and industry influencers to link the industry and academe. It is the role of the Office of Career Services to use these partnerships to provide career advice and assistance to students and alumni.

Enderun students benefit from the College’s network of industry partnerships. Enderun’s industry partners are aligned with student concentrations, and are a vital part of each track’s ecosystem. Corporations partner with Enderun to ensure that the College’s educational objectives are aligned with the most pressing industry needs. In turn, they provide input on curriculum development, guest lecturers and student internships.

The Office of Student and Career Services also tracks suitable job openings around the world and works closely with the industry partners to identify employment opportunities for graduates.

Some companies that accept our students for the Work Immersion Program include: Maybank, Eastwest Bank, Discovery Primea, LuminAsia, Fleishman Hillard and many more.

Success Series
“Enderun’s Success Series is an event that brings noted entrepreneurs, business leaders, hospitality movers and political figures to Enderun Colleges for informal talks about their lives, management styles and success strategies. This affair employs a talk-show style format that goes beyond educating for students in a global metaphor and preparing them for successful careers in their chosen fields. It exposes promising young men and women, in a relatively informal setting, to inspiring, aspirational figures, who exemplify strong entrepreneurial, business and civic virtues.

Past speakers include: Aftab Ahmed, Country Head and Citi Country Officer of Citi Philippines; Fabia Bueno, General Manager of Philips; Jaspar Weir and Bryce Maddock, Founders of TaskUs; Miguel Garcia, CEO of DTSI Group; Charmaine Uy, Senior VP of Daiichi Properties and Development, Inc; Jerome Ong, President of CDO Foodsphere Inc; Nonoy and Chris Quimbo, Founders of Novellino Wines; Dino Ignacio, UI/UX Lead of Facebook and Oculus

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