Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


: Sleep Quality, Academic Productivity, Academic Excellence


At the beginning of every school year, students aim and strive for Academic Excellence. Academic Productivity, in the pursuit of excellence, is quantified by the grades received after each term with which students are able to gauge their hard work. In the process, however, students make particular sacrifices to pursue education with excellence— one is sleep. Sleep, and how well someone sleeps, could dictate their mood and energy before their day has even begun— most especially a student’s. This research was done to find out if the quality of sleep an individual got is correlated to their Academic Productivity. The sample group was a total of 280 randomly selected participants from both Grade 11 and 12 that are currently studying in De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute – Special Health Sciences Senior High School (DLSMHSI-SHSSHS). The participants responded to a survey questionnaire that was disseminated by the researchers through online messaging platforms, specifically messenger, as a means to gather data while observing health and safety protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. Results of the study showed that there is no correlation between Sleep Quality and Academic Productivity as most participants were classified as deprived of good sleep quality yet were able to achieve average or even good Academic Productivity

First Advisor

Vivian B. Ramirez