Spiritual Vocation and Academic Satisfaction of Senior High School Student

Jerald C. Moneva, Kem Angelo Campos, Leo B. Acibar


Spiritual vocation is a broad concept that affects the human spirit or soul that collides the sense of connection to the people giving a bigger meaning in life. Vocation is a work that people feel to do, particularly people want to fulfill a particular role in life. Meanwhile, academic satisfaction is the whole experience of the students and also their expectation regarding to their academic reality. The study intends to assess the association between students’ spiritual vocation and academic satisfaction particularly to find out the students’ association between students’ spiritual vocation and students’ academic satisfaction. The study banked the theory proposed by John Holland titled Vocational Choice Theory and Alexander Astin titled Students Involvement Theory. This quantitative approach research used descriptive survey design used rating scale research instruments in gathering the data. The respondents of the study were the Senior High School Students with a total population of 245 but only 194 students acceded to answer. The researchers asked permission from the students to be the respondents of this research study using informed letter signed by the principal and teachers involved. The researchers provided answer sheets to the respondents to answer. The researcher gave instructions and discussed the purpose of the study before allowing the students to answer the survey questionnaires. The researchers gave at least 10 minutes to answer the questionnaire. The result of the study revealed that there is no association between the students’ spiritual vocation and academic satisfaction.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijssr.v8i2.17218


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