Problems in School Encountered by High School Students of Catanduanes State University Laboratory High School Sy: 2012-2013

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PROBLEMS IN SCHOOL ENCOUNTERED BY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF CATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY LABORATORY HIGH SCHOOL
SY: 2012-2013

A Research Paper
Presented to the Faculty Members of the Catanduanes State University
Laboratory Schools
Virac, Catanduanes

Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in
RESEARCH II

RUBY JOY P. BEO
MARK KENNETH T. MIGUEL
JHON CLIFFORD T. ONIONG

March, 2013
Catanduanes State University
College of education
LABORATORY SCHOOLS
Virac, Catanduanes

CERTIFICATION This Research Paper entitled “PROBLEMS IN SCHOOL ENCOUNTERED BY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF CATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY LABORATORY SCHOOLS S.Y. 2012-2013” prepared and submitted by Ruby Joy P. Beo, Mark Kenneth T. Miguel and Jhon Clifford T.
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What are the problems encountered by CSULHS students in the following areas: a.) Personal Factor b.) School Factor c.) Peer relation Factor
3. What is the degree of difficulty in each problem identified? In what problem(s) do the respondents encountered very serious difficulty? Least difficulty?
4. Is there a significant difference between the degree of difficulty of the problems encountered by high school students in terms of personal factor, school factor, and peer relation factor?
The hypothesis of the study is there is no significant difference between the degree of difficulty of the problems encountered by high school students in terms of personal factor, school factor, and peer relation factor. The descriptive survey method of research was used in this study with the questionnaire as the main tool for gathering data.
The following were the findings of the study:
1. Majority of the high school students belong to the age bracket 13-14 with a frequency of 38 or 48%
2. In gender 38 or 47.5% of the respondents were male and 42 or 52.5% of the respondents were female.
3. For the educational attainment of parents, the majority of their fathers were college graduates (65 fathers or 81%). In their mothers’ educational attainment, majority were college graduates (74 mothers or 93%).
4. In occupation of parents, the majority of the fathers of the students were self-employed (39 fathers or 49%). In
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