Senior High School

The Senior High School of MFI offers specializations  in Information and Communications Technology and Industrial Arts.

At MFI, we equip our senior high school students with industry-relevant and universal work and life skills to prepare them for college, employment, or entrepreneurship.

The senior high school program is considered a stepping stone to one’s industry of choice. With its majors belonging to the technical-vocational track, MFI provides every senior high school enrollee with the opportunity and the leeway to pursue any of the following directions after graduating from the program: college education, technical-vocational education, employment (especially for those with NC-I or NC-II certification), or even entrepreneurship.


MFI’s senior high school program offers the following majors:

  • Automotive Servicing
  • Computer Programming
  • Electrical Installation and Maintenance (NC II)

These are the descriptions of the majors in the SHS program:

Computer Programing

Track: TVL

Strand: Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

Campus available: MFI-Pasig


Taking the Computer Programming  specialization will equip the students with the skills to:

  • Analyze signs, symbols, and data
  • Select the program logic design approach
  • Document the program logic or design
  • Validate the design
  • Determine and select appropriate program development approach
  • Apply the selected development approach
  • Develop and strengthen PECs needed in Computer Programming
  • Develop a product/service in Computer Programming
  • Select a business idea based on the criteria and techniques set
  • Apply basic language syntax and layout
  • Code using standard algorithms
  • Debug and test code
  • Apply basic object-oriented principles in the target language

Automotive Servicing (NC-I)

Track: TVL

Strand: Industrial Arts

Campus Available: MFI-Pasig


Taking the Automotive Servicing (NC-I) specialization will equip the students with the skills to:

  • Measure/adjust valve tappet clearance
  • Test spark plug
  • Check tire and pressure
  • Replace fuel and air filter
  • Test and replace ignition breaker
  • Check and adjust distributor setting
  • Set fuel mixture and idle revolutions per minute (RPM)
  • Perform compression testing
  • Check ignition coil, ballast resistor, high tension cable resistance, and distributor assembly
  • Install wiring and lighting systems
  • Test electrical system and determine preferred action
  • Check clutch and brake fluids and lines
  • Inspect and bleed brake and clutch system



Electrical Installation and Maintenance (NC II)

Learn the fundamentals of electrical design and related systems, and maintenance of electrical equipment such as generators, motors,transformers, circuit breakers, motor controllers, and other similar equipment. Become master electrician, electrical project manager, marine electrician, and more!


We are now accepting applicants for the SY 2023-2024. For inquiries, you may contact us on the following:

           Direct Line:  8 633 3623

          Trunk Lines:  8 632 0758 to 65 local 446 /283 /431 / 433


Ready to start the application process? Download the Application Form here.