Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


cyberbullying, traditional bullying, social aspect, psychological aspect, physical aspect, academic performance, social media platform


The 1990s saw widespread cyberbullying. Cyberbullying harms physical, mental, and social wellbeing. Traditional bullying is more regulated and known. There are only studies on college and elementary pupils and very few on junior high and senior high school students. The research measured cyberbullying contacts, frequency, and social, psychological, physical, and academic performance. The data was gathered from a self-made questionnaire containing a survey on the respondents' demographic profile (sex, year level, what social media platform they experienced cyberbullying (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok), and how often they use the five social media platforms; a 3-item survey on their cyberbullying experiences; and a 40-item survey on cyberbullying's effects on the respondents. The 40-item survey assesses four factors. Both 3- item and 40-item surveys employed the Likert scale, frequency, and percentage. Once was anticipated from Cavite high schools. Researchers assumed an unlimited population and used a confidence interval. In the D11th and 12th grades, cyberbullying affects females more. The study's findings would help the community promote awareness about cyberbullying and its impacts on students.

First Advisor

Rowell Maglalang