Central Luzon State University Science High School

Central Luzon State University Science High School, often shortened to University Science High School or USHS, is a science high school located inside the campus of Central Luzon State University, in Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. USHS is not included in the Philippine Science High School System and is under the College of Education of Central Luzon State University.

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