The QNHS Alumni Foundation Global Network
Graduates and friends of the Quezon National High School
around the globe working together to help the school meet
the needs of the students and support the teachers in
satisfying these needs.
All together, we will conquer all the foes of Quezon High!
Quezon National High School, the second oldest secondary
school in the Philippines celebrated its centenary in
2002. At the centennial celebrations the problems
besetting the school were brought to the attention of the
alumni who were present. Those problems immediately
found their way into the inboxes of many a graduate.
The problems are many. Problems that are experienced
by nearly all public schools in the country: budget
constraints resulting to poor teacher training, meager
salary, low teacher morale, insufficient infrastructure,
overcrowding, lack of instructional materials and other
resources, the students’ poor academic performance and so
A number of QNHS graduates in the Philippines and overseas
have joined forces to come up with possible solutions.
They work closely with those in the SEC-registered QNHS
Alumni Foundation, the QNHS Principal and other school
To achieve the above Vision, the working group in the
Philippines and overseas aims to:
- Disseminate the Background Information to as many
alumni and former Quezon High students and teachers
around the world as possible.
- Encourage them to become lifetime members of the
Foundation as a way of empowering it to finance some or
all of its programs.
- Motivate them to actively serve in the Foundation’s
committees and subcommittees and/or to volunteer their
expertise and talent to help them implement their
- Urge them to adopt and finance (individually or
as a class group) specific initiatives of the different
committees e.g. the QNHS Teaching Chair Scheme, Teacher
Welfare Fund, Career Guidance Program, revival of THE
COCONUT, the Dramatic and Glee Clubs and other programs.
- Promote Help-Quezon-High awareness among the
different class groups as a regular undertaking but
especially during class reunions.
- Enthuse class groups to raise funds to enable the
different Foundation committees to achieve their