High School Department

Accreditations, recognitions and awards
•    Named as first accredited high school in Nueva Ecija and Central Luzon under the Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities-Accrediting Agency Incorporated (ACSCU-AAI) in 1992
•    Maintained fifteen years Level II Accreditation Status (ACSCU-AAI) from 1992 to 2007
•    Recognized as one of the first Level III Accredited high schools in the country (ACSCU-AAI)
Curriculum
•    At present, the WU-P High School Department adopts three curricula: first the newly implemented K to 12 for the grade 7; second the Secondary Education Curriculum for the second year and third year students; and third, the Basic Education Curriculum for the graduating students. It has also added enrichment subjects like Environmental Science for the first year students, Speech and Drama for the second year students, Introduction to Research and Statistics for third year students and Research Writing for the fourth year students.
•    The department also caters the hearing and speaking impaired students through the SHARE Program or the Support for the Handicapped and their Rehabilitation through Education.
•    The WU-P High School is highly recommended by the Department of Education for the foreign students’ education in the country.

DESCRIPTION OF COMMUNITY EXTENSION PROGRAM

With the purpose of extending service to the community in general and of reaching out the economically challenged people of the community in particular, the High School Department has been conducting various programs to help the people of its adopted barangay, Sta. Arcadia to alleviate their condition of living since 2003.
The following were the programs conducted in barangay Sta. Arcadia for the past five years.
SY 2006-2007, Livelihood Training for the Mothers; Literacy Training, Values Formation and Hygiene Improvement Training; Christmas Gift-giving Program; Sports Fest

SY 2007-2008,  Livelihood Training for the Mothers; Literacy Training, Values Formation and Hygiene Improvement Training; Christmas Gift-giving Program; Institution of Sama-samang Kababaihan through SEA-Kaunlaran Project of DSWD

SY 2008-2009, Livelihood Training for the Mothers; Literacy Training, Values Formation and Hygiene Improvement Training; Christmas Gift-giving Program; ; Institution of Sama-samang Kababaihan through SEA-Kaunlaran Project of DSWD

SY 2009-2010, Livelihood Training for the Mothers; Literacy Training, Values Formation and Hygiene Improvement Training; Christmas Gift-giving Program; Daily Vacation Christian School

SY 2010-2011, Livelihood Training for the Mothers; Literacy Training, Values Formation and Hygiene Improvement Training; Christmas Gift-giving Program

From being an independent working unit the High School Community Outreach Program started collaborating with other units in the university level, Wesleyan Community Outreach Program, and Department of Social Welfare and Development to ensure broad and comprehensive community outreach program.

With the success of the program and the enthusiasm shown by the recipients, the High School Community Outreach Program plans to widen its program in the coming years by providing them relevant projects that would help them become more productive individuals.