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        MOGCHS is located in the heart of the City Cagayan de Oro, a total area of 7.3629 hectares. Present assessment of such area indicates the land area to extend from the north side of MOGCHS, which is the Pelaez Sports Center, to the Provincial Capitol area which form part of the provincial Government.
 
The Misamis Oriental General Comprehensive High School is a public school which provides the students withthe education and development of skills to prepare them for college and become better citizens of the the country.Misamis Oriental General Comprehensive High School (MOGCHS) is a big school.It is located at the "City of the GoldenFriendship", Cagayan de Oro City.It has more or less 9,000 students. Students in this school are intelligent and humble.MOGCHS is an old school yet it is clean and peaceful. Students in this school are well deciplined. This school is governedpresently by a polite principal, Mr. Pedro H. Montejo.
 

     On the north and northeast side of the building where the Pelaez Sports Center now proudly stands where the vegetable gardens which were owned by several families- the Abrios, Caballeros, Corrales, Dalmans, Damiles, Galans, Mabulays, Pacaliogas, Ralutos, Salusos, Raypons, Saarenas, Tabiques, Velez and Yabuts. They sold their lots for a very low price as their contribution to the project to Ex-Judge Nicolas Capistrano who did not hesitate to exchange the whole area with a less valuable lot in Agusan, Misamis Oriental.

     The school was formally inaugurated on December 15, 1909 with the impressive array of national officials attending the ceremonies. The prominent guests included the American Governor-General William Cameron Forbes, Speaker Sergio Osmena Sr, Hon. Manuel L. Quezon of Tayabas, Hon. Jose Clarin of Bohol, Hon. Manuel Tinio of Nueva Ecija, Hon. Dionesio Jacosalem of Cebu and Tomas Earshaw of Manila.

     Classes were opened for the intermediate grades and for first year high school. The second, third and fourth year classes were added as soon as funds becomes available. The First Filipino teachers in the intermediate grades were Esperanza Roa Ongpin and Juanita Fenandez -Neri. The School had its first graduation in 1922 with Pilar Gaerlan, Laureana Rabe - Canoy, Milagros Roa Solidium. Messrs Francisco Abejay, Sotero Bacas, Roque Chavez, Ernesto Fernandez, Daniel Gallarita, Clemente Galindo, Pedro Pimentel, Federico Roa and Juan Uriarte as the fist graduates. The early high school course included the intermediate grades but in 192, due to an increase in enrolment and lack of school building, the intermediate students were separated from the high school administration.

     American educators charted its course during the years of American colonization but later on they turned over this responsibility to the Filipinos. These were the Principals who provided leadership and guidance by their administration.

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A Journey
Through Time
(a short history of MOGCHS)






      Misamis Oriental High School, now the Misamis Oriental General Comprehensive High School was founded through initiative of the late Don Apolinar Velez Y. Ramos, the first elected Governor of Misamis Province. It was formally inaugurated on December 15, 1909. The ceremony was attended by an impressive array of national officials headed by the American Governor-General William Cameron Forbes and speaker Sergio Osmena Sr. During his time, classes were only open for intermidiate grades, Grade 5, Grade 6, and first year high school. So students had to do either to Manila or Cebu to pursue their studies. The second, third, and fourth year were added as funds became available. Ezperanza, Roa-Ongpin and Juanita Fernandez-Neri were the first Filipino teachers in the intermediate grades. The school had its first graduationin 1922.

On June 19, 1965, RA 4247 enacted by the fifth Congress of the Republic of the Philippines was approved and Misamis Oriental General High School was converted into national high school, known presently as Misamis Oriental General Comprehensive High School(MOGCHS).

{--[(BY:Auxilio,Jovanni G.)]--}
 
 
 
 

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VISION & MISSION

VISION

The school shall have produced
graduates who are equipped with
knowledge, skills and values-
oriented attitudes necessary for the socio-
economic upliftment of the country mak-
ing it globally competitive.



MISSION

Inspired by this vision, the school shall
institutionalized its attemps to make it
an effective leader in implementing the
Restructured Basic Education Curriculum
(RBEC) of the Department of Education
in the province of Misamis Oriental. And
the needs and problems that may arise in
the school's formal,informal,and non-for-
mal system shall be stongly addressed and
solved for it to deliver quality and relevant
education.

{--[(BY:Auxilio,Jovanni G.)]--}

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misamis oriental high school





MISAMIS ORIENTAL
MARCH




Sa amihang dapit ning yutang Mindanao
May kawha'g upat ka lungsod duha ka dakbayan
Siyu sa Gingoog,siyudad sa Cagayan
Mao ang lalawigan.



Cho.
Misamis Oriental ang lalawigan
Misamis Oriental ikaw ang mahal
Ang yuta sa among mga ginikanan
Kang Bathala nabulahan.



Sa imong sabakan natawo ang katawhan
Dungganan mga bantugan ug dagha'g kugihan
Ang imong kabukiran, patag ug lapyahan
Kini among ampingan.
(Repeat Cho.)

{--[(BY:Auxilio,Jovanni G.)]--}

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GOALS/OBJECTIVES

The school shall endeavor to achieve the following goals and objectives for SY 2003-2004, namely

1. Conduct remedial/enrichment program to reduce by 5% the number of disabled readers and slow learners.

2. Train about 99% of the teachers in the implementation of RBEC.

3. Provide by about 95% the needed basic physical and instructional materials.

4. Assure by 90% the sustainability of the DepEd Computerization Program.

5. Involve, by about 95%, the school community to make the institution an effective Leader School.

6. Establish up to 95% the equality linkages for smooth school operation.

{--[(BY:Auxilio,Jovanni G.)]--}

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ALMA MATTER SONG





ALMA MATTER SONG





Dear Alma Matter

Beloved High School

Thy sons and daughters

Will march to victory

Thy loyal children are ready for the fight

Well fight with all our might to victory. . .

We're ready now for the good of Our beloved

Misamis Oriental General Compresive High

Let's sing and shout for our high school's glory

O come and join us to sing for victory. . .





{--[(BY:Auxilio,Jovanni G.)]--}
[--(3-AMOS)--]

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