Philippine Science High School, prominently known as PISAY, will have its newest campus and resource center for teachers and professionals in New Clark City, Tarlac.
Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) is developing a 4.6-hectare learning site, dubbed as “Infinitum,” to be the “center for learning and service continuity for the entire PSHS System.”
Last August, BCDA’s board of directors approved the master plan wherein 80% will be open space and 20% occupied.
“We hope that with the new PSHS campus, we will be able to give more opportunities for quality education to deserving Filipino students, especially in Central and Northern Luzon,” BCDA President and CEO Vince Dizon said.
Moreover, the constructions are in phases for modernized facilities for traditional and alternative learning, indoor and outdoor set-ups, a training center, a technology hub, a research center, an innovation center, a multipurpose academic building, an administration building, a summer camp area, and dormitories.
PISAY is the country’s top science high school that produces globally competitive Filipinos. It aims to prepare students to be professionals and leaders in the field of Science and Technology that contributes to nation-building.