Baguio City High School: Where Learning Saves Lives. Students, teachers, and non-teaching staff immerse
themselves in life-saving training on basic first aid and support.

Baguio City High School isn’t just teaching academics—it’s saving lives. With the implementation of Republic Act No. 11058, BCHS is leading the charge in safety compliance, training students and staff in life-saving skills. With the leadership of Marisa Wayan as head teacher-in-charge of the school Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (DRRMC), the school is following Republic Act No. 11058 for safety standards.

The school is training its students and staff in basic life support and first aid. Since June 8-10, 2023, three training sessions have been held. The first was for teachers and non-teaching staff, followed by one for student leaders on February 9-10, 2024. The most recent training, from April 25-27, included students, teachers, and non-teaching staff. BCHS is grateful for the support of its service providers, the City DRRMC as well as UNTV News and Rescue. They’re working hard to create a safer environment.

Tess Macasinag

Amianan Balita Ngayon