Community Engagement and Extension Services - FEU High School

Community Engagement and Extension Services

Turnover of hydroponics as part of Project Ahon Luntiang Payaman to our partner community, Paradise Heights in Tondo, Manila

FEU High School’s Community Engagement and Extension Services (CEES) is the pioneer in actively engaging with and serving the community through various programs and initiatives. It is the lead in implementing research-based community extension programs of the institution, from coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating the programs and initiatives by the office with its partner communities.

The foundation of its ambitions is aligned with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations. The institution recognizes its important role in nurturing this advocacy not only through our ultra-dynamic curriculum, but also through our environmental, social, and economic yet sustainable approach to our service. This manifests the institution’s commitment to imparting its vision, mission, goals, objectives, and more importantly, its core values, to all of its stakeholders.

CEES Framework

The Community Engagement and Extension Services reflects the collaborative efforts exerted by all stakeholders of the community. It has four layers that are geared toward attaining sustainable community development. Hence, continuous, collaborative, research-based, and aligned efforts among all stakeholders will serve as a way of building a sustainable partner community.

To enrich a sustainable community, there are five project themes:

  1. Culture, Arts, and Heritage – Contributing to telling the Filipino narrative – its struggles and triumphs, its colorful past & dreams for the future, and its rich, diverse & global identity.
  2. Education and Technology – Addressing education gaps through technology, literacy programs, science and mathematics training, tutorial sessions, alternative learning modules, and other creative means in helping build a learned people.
  3. Environment, Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation – Focusing on vulnerable communities in effective environmental protection, climate change solutions, promoting biodiversity and ecological awareness, and disaster prevention, education, rescue, and rehabilitation.
  4. Livelihood and Entrepreneurship – Instilling knowledge, skills, and values of entrepreneurship, establishing sustainable and marketable livelihood programs as interventions in alleviating poverty, especially in the countryside. It may also include financial literacy, market linkage, product development, and design & sales initiatives, etc.
  5. Well-Being and Human Development – Addressing the well-being of communities through medical services, feeding programs, nutrition information campaigns, and innovative food security, among other efforts that build self-sustaining communities


  1. Building sustainable improvement in the quality of life and empowerment of the partner community while supporting the school community’s growth and development;
  2. Promoting the stakeholders’ growth and development through community engagement and service programs;
  3. Integrating the outreach experiences in the academic program.


  1. Project Ahon: Luntiang Payaman
  2. Project Ahon: Akbay
  3. Project TUDLO
  4. Bayanihang Tamaraw
  5. Project HOPE
  6. Project Calatagan
  7. The Green Project
  • Rm 208, Nursing Building, Nicanor Reyes Street, 1015 Manila, Philippines
  • Tel No: (+632) 8-849-4000 loc. 802 (trunkline)

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