Learning styles concern the ability of the
learner to perceive and process information in
learning situations which can increase educational
outcomes. The study examined the learning styles
toward academic achievement among business and
accountancy students at Pilgrim Christian College.
The study used a descriptive-correlational design and
used an online survey in gathering the primary data.
Findings revealed that the majority of the respondents
were females, 18 to 22 years old dominated the age
range, the majority were single in status, and more of
the respondents had a monthly allowance of fewer
than 500 pesos.
The respondents' level of learning styles in terms
of Auditory, Tactile, Visual, Individual, and
Kinesthetic learning styles concluded as Highly
practiced. These results are subject to improvement
for it did not achieve the highest score of "4". The
academic achievement of the business and
accountancy students as assessed by themselves in
terms of Grades, and Awards concluded as Good
academic achievement. Still, the result is in needs to
be improved for it did not reach the highest score of
"4". The study concluded that there is a significant
difference in the learning styles and the academic
achievement of business and accountancy students
when they are grouped according to their
demographic profile, there is a significant relationship
between learning styles and the academic achievement
of business and accountancy students, and learning
styles significantly influence the academic
achievement of business and accountancy students.
Recommendations are: School Administrators
may use the results of the demographic profile of the
respondents as a basis for the planning in improving
the academic achievement of the students, teachers
may continue to apply the learning styles based on the
results of the study in giving the instruction, and
students can use the result of the study as their
priority learning style to have better achievement in
terms of grades and awards.
Keywords : Learning Styles, Academic Achievement, Teachers, Students, Philippines.