The Tandag National Science High School (Mataas na Paaralang Nasyonal na Pang-Agham ng Tandag) is a Secondary Public Science High School system located in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur, Philippines. It is a DepEd-recognized science high school.
LOCATED AT TABON-TABON, TANDAG CITY, SURIGAO DEL SUR, Accessible through multicabs and motorcycles.
- Batch 2006:
- National Champion for the BSP Oratorical Contest
- NAT Top 5
- Batch 2011
- National Champion for the entertainment night in PSYSC 2010.
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