• Quezon City widens scholarship program


    Quezon City Councilor Bayani Hipol has announced the city government has 2,212 scholars in its non-academic programs. The newly-launched non-academic learning program of the city government, in addition to the long-term 4-year college courses offered to graduating secondary students, is a response to a resolution stretching the city’s free education program to support out-of-school youth and high school students who will be affected by the Department of Education’s K-to-12 educational program. In a resolution proposed by Hipol and 2nd District Councilor Ramon Medalla, the city council unanimously approved the supplemental amendments to the Quezon City Scholarship Program and its implementing guidelines, thus expanding the same to help students and non-students who wish to take vocational or technical courses, or have financial difficulties in finishing their grade 11 to 12 senior high school studies.


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