<b>School Age Learners Views on the Oral Health Status of the Division of Northern Samar towards Developing Dental Health Education Program</b> This study described the views of the school age learners on the oral health which is significant in the design a dental health education program for the Division of Northern Samar. With the use of descriptive research design that employed both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, the profile of the school age learners and the status, and practices of their oral hygiene were also described. Three hundred seventy seven Grade one to six pupils of the four districts Catarman served as respondents. It was significantly found that the common foods offered to the pupil respondents were rich and fish, rich and chicken and rice and vegetable. Mostly of the pupil respondents parents have low income, college graduates optimistic towards the significance of cleaning children s teeth after every meal. A majority of the respondents were having tooth decay, having many tooth decay, identified that the main cause of tooth decay is not brushing teeth, having tooth loss, do not have filled tooth, had plaque disposition believing that the best way to remove plaque disposition. Furthermore, mostly of the respondents were flossing always as they are capable of buying dental floss and aware of the dental significance of dental floss to oral health, were using toothpaste commercial in rinsing toothpick, using used mouthwash toothbrush every and after breakfast. The school age learners had average knowledge and practice towards brushing. Moreover, the health education program is essential for the Division of Northern Samar as no program has been previously designed. Oral hygiene, nutrition, knowledge, oral health, school age learners 113-120 Issue-1 Volume-1 Gaybird Parial-Palacio