Stress management strategies among Grade 12 Special Health Sciences Senior High School students during S.Y. 2022-2023

Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


stress, academic responsibilities, coping, outcomes with people.


Stress is one of the most common issues nowadays, especially with students. However, students are still unable to identify the efficient coping strategies they have to apply in order for these stressors to have advantageous consequences and aid them in relieving their stress in the most effective approach. This qualitative study aims to determine the types of stressors, employed coping strategies, and outcome(s) of the employed coping strategies among Grade 12 Senior High School Students of DLSMHSI. The study used voluntary quota sampling where students in a class section volunteered to be a subject in this study. Emotional stress, physical stress, and institutional stress all showed up in the data as different sorts of stressors. Furthermore, two coping mechanisms: emotion-focused and problem-focused coping were deployed, according to the study's findings. The findings demonstrated both positive and negative outcomes for the coping mechanisms used to manage academic stress. This study seeks to support and improve recruitment methods in order to give students stress management that impacts them positively.

First Advisor

Irma M. Penalba

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