Muntinlupa top students receive cash incentives

All hard work will be rewarded in Muntinlupa City.

The City Government of Muntinlupa proved this Tuesday as it awarded cash incentives to top performers in all public schools for their academic achievement, continuing its financial support to public senior high school graduates.

Mayor Jaime Fresnedi led the distribution of Honor Cash Incentives for the overall Top 10 Completers and Graduates in all Muntinlupa Public Schools starting April.

Muntinlupa Mayor Jaime Fresnedi congratulates graduates during the Completion Ceremony at Soldiers Hills Elementary School in Brgy. Putatan on Tuesday.
For Grade 6, students in the honor roll will receive (Top 1-3) P5,000, (Top 4-6) P4,000, and (Top 7-10) P3,000. Students in Grade 10 and 12 will receive (Top 1-3) P10,000, (Top 4-6) P7,500, and (Top 7-10) P5,000.

Since 2014, the cash incentive program for honor students has been facilitated by the Muntinlupa Scholarship Program. This year, almost 250 students will be receiving the incentive.

The local government also rewards Top 1 students of all sections from Grade 1 to 12 in all Public Schools with P1,000 cash incentive each through the STudents with Awesome Records program.

Graduating public SHS students will also receive P5,000 Scholarship Voucher. Public SHS graduates enrolling to any college/university/technical-vocational institution of their choice may avail of the Basic Scholarship assistance.

An estimated 4,700 public SHS graduates will benefit from the scholarship assistance.

“The local government is committed in helping our students pursue academic excellence through scholarship services and other programs,” Fresnedi said.

Eligible graduates may apply for the program at the MSP office located at Plaza Central, Brgy. Poblacion with telephone number 400-0866. 

Topics: City Government of Muntinlupa , Jaime Fresnedi , Honor Cash Incentives
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