Quezon City Science High School

Quezon City Science High School (or to its students Quesci or Kisay) is the Regional Science High School for the National Capital Region. It is the premier science high school of Quezon City, and is regarded as one of the prestigious sciences triumvirate of the Republic of the Philippines along with the Philippine Science High School and Manila Science High School. It is located at Bago-Bantay, Quezon City, Philippines. Founded in 1967, it was appointed Regional Science High School for the National Capital Region in 1998.

It holds the distinction as one of the national leaders in the field of Mathematic competitions, being among the country's most consistent schools in terms of its performance in the DepEd-sponsored MTAP contests the past 10 years. In 2004, it shot to international acclaim when a group of its student-researchers bagged the fourth Grand Award in the Intel International Science and Engineering fair held in Portland, Oregon.

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