Capiz National High School : Creating a School Web

Capiz National High School is a leading secondary educational institution in the Province of Capiz. Located at the heart of Roxas City, the capital of the province it is the center of education for the secondary level which gain respect and fame not only in the provincial level but also in national and international level. Its foundation can be dated back almost a hundred years ago, when the entire Philippines is under the control of American regime. It produced a thousand of students every year and the need for a communication media on which their alumni can interact is pursued. In order for the alumni of the school to get in touch with the latest news and current events in institution,  Capiz National High School need a school website  to provide   online information of the school in the World Wide Web, in that way, Capiz National High School will be visible to the others as a major institution in the province of Capiz.

Why Capiz National High School need a website?

  1. To provide the latest news and current events that take place in the institution, in that way, the alumni and students will know about the latest achievements and current situation of the school.
  2.  To provide online information of the school in the World Wide Web, in that way, Capiz National High School will be visible to the others as a major institution in the province of Capiz.
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