Homeroom adviser’s role on school family involvement in Senior High School in Manila


  • Ma Shiela T Vera College of Arts and Sciences, Arellano University
  • Silvia C. Ambag College of Education, Quezon City University




Assessment, homeroom adviser, family involvement, Manila


Teachers play an important role in bridging the gap between school and home. The success of pupils is defined by their relationship to the educational process. Parent participation can improve the conduct, participation, and accomplishment of pupils. School and community partnerships can also serve to enhance, support, and even transform learners and individual partners to increase the quality, resources efficiency and goal alignment of the program.  In this case, Republic Act No. 9155, school leaders should have authority, accountability, and responsibility in the school and community. The purpose of this descriptive study was to evaluate the roles of homeroom advisers in school-family involvement. The study polled 375 parents in grade 12 from a selected Senior High School in Manila's District VI. Its specific goal was to investigate the extent to which homeroom advisers play a role in school-family engagement as perceived by parent respondents for families to participate in school planning, leadership, and volunteering. The overall mean result of the evaluation on the degree to which homeroom advisers influence school-family engagement is involved.  Among the indicators of respondent's assessment on the extent of Homeroom Advisers' Role on school-family involvement, the highest is Information to families to assist their children's learning, and the lowest indicator is Opportunities for families in school planning, leadership, and volunteer activities. There is a recommendation of the study that the homeroom adviser's manual should indicate the involvement of parents in school, planning, leadership and voluntary activities to improve their commitment to high-quality education.




How to Cite

Vera, M. S. T., & Ambag, S. C. (2021). Homeroom adviser’s role on school family involvement in Senior High School in Manila. RSF Conference Series: Business, Management and Social Sciences, 1(2), 21–29. https://doi.org/10.31098/bmss.v1i2.257