Philippine cvisc entrance markerScience High School-Central Visayas Campus (PSHS-CVisC) unveiled its entrance marker called the “Balangay” today, February 10, 2024.

The "Balangay" is in a vantage point in the campus. It is located near the Girl’s Dorm and beside the newly restored kiosks which were also turned over to the school by the General Parent Teacher Association (GPTA) today. It overlooks the beautiful scenery of Argao and the neighboring province of Bohol.
Its marker reads:

“This “balangay” symbol consists of four main sails representing the four regional main islands served by PSHS-CVisC: Cebu, Bohol, Negros Oriental and Siquijor, The sail represents that Pisay education is a continuous journey for the quest of knowledge propelled forward by the aspirations and goals of academic excellence geared to produce STEM leaders in the country and in the Asia-Pacific region. The silhouette of these sails takes a torch-like form, reminiscent of the frame from the PSHS logo, signifying the academic achievements of Pisay scholars and the spark of innovation and discovery. The color palette of blue and white reflects the sense of harmony and balance of the institution’s commitment to foster an environment where excellence thrives, integrity prevails and unity flourishes.”

Fr. Antonio Zamora, Jr., a priest from the Archdiocesan Shrine of Saint Michael the Archangel Parish in Argao blessed the structure.

Dr. Rachel Luz V. Rica, PSHS-CVisC Campus Director, teachers, staff, GPTA officers headed by Mr. Rolando E. Beduya, parents, scholars, and guests were present during the occasion.

The unveiling of the “Balangay” falls on the same day of the celebration of the PSHS-CVisC Family Day 2024.