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School Year 2018 - 2019

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Dr. Gladden O. Flores

MVC President
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Dr. Hope S. Aperocho

MVC Vice President of Academic Affairs

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Pastor Carlos N. Aganio

MVC Vice President of Student Affairs
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Mr. Eric H. Barnuevo

MVC Vice President Finance

Did you know? The old administration building and classrooms were built in March 17, 1953. (Job Tanamal, “A Pioneer's Diary,” p.81)

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30 Years and Back Together Again

Wyndale Jing Libetario

What do you usually think when you hear about homecoming? The enthusiastic games? The grandiose party? The sharing of success stories in life? Or the conglomerate meeting up of the batchmates in their beloved alma mater? Homecoming is the dating back of memory until the present day.

In the afternoon of Thursday, July 19th, 2018, Mountain View College Academy officially started the 3-day-long program of the Batch 88, celebrating their 30 years of being alumni of the school.

The program begins with a meet and greet ceremony at the Pioneer Hall. After which a courtesy call to the president in his office. The first day of the homecoming celebration ended with a worship and dinner.

Next day, 10:30 am of Friday, July 20th, 2018, a chapel convocation with the MVCA Batch 88 was welcomed with a blast presentation. Sir Rey Opao, class auditor interviewed their abroad or overseas workers about their unforgettable high school memories, present works and their advices to the aspiring students.

Afternoon of the same day was the picnic outing of the batch at the Malingon Falls.Vesper worship was held separately at the Pioneer's hall.

Saturday morning, July 21st, 2018, the class president of the batch, Erben Joe Bayeta delivered a message on their sunrise worship at Jubilee Park. For their divine worship service, the batch secretary, Milma Ruthie Budayao-Villavicencio gave a message for everyone. The message was all about the best plans of God for us whether it be from failures and success as found in the book of Isaiah 5:8-9 and 29:11. It gives a promise for us to know that God guides us in reaching our dreams. Sabbath afternoon, the batch conducted a reach out program for their classmates who are going through a difficult situation in life. The night was filled with social activities and catching up with old friends.

Sunday was the last day of the homecoming, so they went for an outing tour at (Montesclaros) MM ranch. A special farewell dinner prepared by the family of Mariano Rico Montesclaros in their residence and at Roadhouse Cafe.

The reunion ceremony was coordinated in the campus by the energetic and congenial teachers Mrs. Starry Blue Frasco-Rosalejos, Rey Opao and Re Jean Mae Malinao-Subigca.

The batch 88 of Mountain View College Academy celebrated their homecoming ceremony with the theme "30 Years Back Together Again." Re Jean Mae Subigca was quoted as saying, “They say that First love never dies, but so are high school memories.”

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BSED ACQUAINTANCE PARTY

Bevvy Guinevere V. Villarma

Last July 21, 2018, at the Florence Kern Auditorium, the Bachelor of Science in Education students held their acquaintance party with the theme “Habang Bata pa, Maghabulan sa Damuhan; Magtampisaw sa Ulan.” In connection with their theme, the students wore kids-inspired attire. The acquaintance party was attended by some faculty members - Mrs. Evageline V. Pomoy, Mr. Leodegario O. Elona and Mrs. Monyfer B. Porquez. At the start of the program, Mr. Prince Baya led the opening prayer. The speaker for the devotional was Ms. Rhiza Periw-Periw. The room was immediately filled with laughter and joy as they all got along and enjoyed each other’s company. The program consisted of some games like Balloon Relay, Slipper Game, Flour Blowing, Eat All You Can, Sack Race, and Water Balloon Catching. An intermission number of the students majoring in English and MAPEH was also presented that evening. Everyone had the time of their life as they laughed and cheered. Sadly, all good things must come to an end. The program ended with the closing prayer of Ms. Zephaniah Mae Dayot.

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Ms. Anika Ingrid Caparida

Ms. Iris C. Ramoran

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Manupali String Machine Concert

Sweet Rhena Mae N. Fallorina

"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” –Plato

For some, music is more than just a form of entertainment, but rather, a very essential element of life, it does not only bring relaxation and joy in us but it helps us escape reality by bringing us to another dimension where our mind and our feelings collide. Indeed, music is the food of our soul.

Last Friday evening, July 20, 2018, hearts were filled with warmth when the Manupali String Machine serenaded the crowd at the M.T. Oliverio Hall with their harmonious music as they started playing their musical instruments under the management of the Concert Master, Ms. Abigail Eve Simbolon. The said concert was organized with the aim to raise funds for the Hilltop Chamber Orchestra.

The concert started at 7:15 in the evening. The opening prayer by Criscel Leo Garilva marked the commencement of the said event. The group performed wholeheartedly, bringing to the spectators their rendition of religious songs.

Members of the Manupali String Machine are the following:


Violin 1

Abigail Eve Simbolon

Lady Shari Magne Flores

Aldwin Ivan Bandiola

Viola

Lymuel Jay Ligsay

Mico Lozano


Violin 2

Ruanne Seve Petalcorin

Dwight Kenji Madriaga

Blanz Irybelle Kindom


Cello

Ryan Kevin Bandiola

Lynette Dawn Ligsay

Double Bass

Amanda Ardanas

The concert successfully ended with a closing prayer of Sir Dwight Kenji Madriaga, the Manupali String Machine Coordinator.

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SBA Celebrates Acquaintance Party

Desiree Pacolor

Who says it’s not summer?

The School of Business and Accountancy brought back summer in July when they had their acquaintance party with the theme summer look, as they vividly styled themselves with the season’s sophisticated attire held at Mountain View College Resort last Sunday, July 22, 2018.

Earlier that morning, the most anticipated program began with a gathering to pondering upon God’s word, headed by Precious Velasco.

To uplift the energy of the business students, an exercise activity called Zumba took place. All of them were obliged to glide at the kiddie pool slides, splashing themselves in the water filled with cute-sized balloons.

Games were organized by station, including activities like team building. The highlight of the event was the tie-dye, where everyone will color their shirts using the pigment substance prepared by the club.

After completing the activities, they had their picture-taking while wearing their smiles and their dried dyed shirts. Lunch followed, rounding it off to swimming time. Everyone had fun in their summer time in July.

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Bachelor of Elementary Education Acquaintance Party

Source: Mrs. Flordelys S. Montecastro

With the theme "Let's Get Together to Know Each Other," the BEED students held their acquaintance party at room A5, located at the second floor of the administration building on July 21, 2018. They wore matching black and white attire. The room was filled with excitement and chatter. The program started with a devotional shared by Ms. Cindy Ariola. After the devotional, Ms. Sheena Monteza, the President of the BEED department, took over the stage to lead in the flow of the program. They had three indoor games - Paper Dance, Give Me a Song, and Make Me Laugh, which they have all enjoyed. The program lasted for 2 hours, but despite the limited time that they had, all of them went home with big smiles on their faces.

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