Student Self-Esteem and Parental Involvement in Students Academic Performances

Jerald C. Moneva, Mark Roed A. Villaro, Marsha H. Malbas


Self-esteem is a feeling of having respect and abilities. While parental involvements the amount of participation of a parent when it comes to schooling and child’s life. In school was conducted to know the association between the two variables. This study used descriptive correlation design between self-esteem and parental involvement. The respondents of this study are the Senior High School Students of Jagobiao National High School. Questionnaire was the chosen research instrument of the study and the relationship between the dependent and independent variable was determine using chi-square. The data revealed that the self-esteem of the students affects their academic performance; students with high self-esteem tend to be more confident than the students who have low self-esteem. Furthermore, it is proven that student’s self-esteem and parental involvement are correlated to each other. Those parents who motivate their child can lead to have a higher self-esteem. The study reveals that having a higher self-esteem and having a parental involvement helps to mold and to attain higher academic performance by the students in school.

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