<b>Status of Oral Hygiene of School Age Learners in the Division of Northern Samar</b> The attitudes of school age pupils on oral health, which were provided in this study, must be understood in order to develop a dental health education program for the Division of Northern Samar. A descriptive research design that combined both quantitative and qualitative methods was used to describe the profile of the school age students as well as the state and practices of their oral hygiene. There were 377 responses in grades one through six from the four districts Catarman represented. It was important to learn that the meals frequently offered to the student respondents comprised expensive fish, expensive chicken, expensive rice, and expensive vegetables. The majority of the low income, college educated parents of the student respondents support the idea that children should wash their teeth after every meal. The majority of respondents had dental decay, numerous tooth decay, claimed that brushing their teeth was not the main cause of their tooth decay, lost teeth, did not have any fillings, and thought that brushing their teeth was the greatest way to remove plaque. Oral hygiene, nutrition, knowledge, oral health, school age learners 1865-1868 Issue-2 Volume-2 Gaybird Parial-Palacio