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Volume: 102  ,  Issue: 1 , June    Published Date: 15 June 2022
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 62  ,  Download: 25 , Pages: 930 - 942    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001021620223348


# Author Name
1 Cinderela A. Regalo


This study determined the effect of special program in sports in the academic and athletic performance of student Athletes in Gov. Felicisimo T. San Luis Integrated Senior High School. It aimed to answer the questions such as the Level of Special Program in Sports (SPS) in terms of Sports Instructor/Coach, Participation in Sports Event, Availability of Sports Facilities and Training Schedule. Also, the level of Athletic Activities of student-athletes in terms of Training Performance, Regular Sports Participation, Theoretical Knowledge of Sports, Athletic Potential, Focus and Discipline, Resiliency and Humility, Harmony and Unity and Health Status. Lastly, the level of Performance in Physical Education of student-athletes in terms of grades. The study sample comprised all participants from grade 7 to grade 10 SPS section that consist of eighty (80) athletes who were actively participating in the different sports event. The descriptive method was preferred since it yields valid and reliable results for a manageable number of respondents and can be accomplished with limited resources. A survey instrument was used to obtain data from the randomly selected respondents. This process was used in this study to determine the relation of Special Program in Sports on the Academic and Athletic Performance of Athletes in Gov. Felicisimo T. San Luis Integrated Senior High School. And to determine the Level of performance in physical education of student-athletes in terms of grades the study reveals that of one hundred (100), seventy-five (75) respondents or about 75.00% of the population were rated on a very satisfactory level as they garnered grades within 85-89. This is seconded in frequency by those who performed on an outstanding level, with thirteen (13) or 13.00% of the population got grades between 90-100. On the other hand, the remaining 12% of the population or twelve (12) respondents were able to obtain grades between 80-84, being remarked as performing on a satisfactory level. Overall, the SPS student-athletes can be regarded to as performing on a very satisfactory level, with a mean grade of 86.99 and a standard deviation of 2.00. From the findings above, it can be inferred that at 0.05 level of significance, the null hypothesis stating that “The Special Program in Sports have no significant effect on athletic and academic performance of student athletes in Gov. Felicisimo T. San Luis Integrated Senior High School, Santa Cruz District, Division of Laguna” is rejected. This calls for the acceptance of the alternative which incites that there is a significant effect.


  • Academic Performance
  • athletic potential
  • special program in sports