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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

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A Night of New Beginnings

Charles Dave Negre

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On the night of the 21st of July, a huge event was held. A celebration held to welcome not just the school year, but also the new students as well as the returning students. It is a sign of the rebirth of the school spirit of camaraderie - the grand social night.

It was held at the MVC covered court, with the theme Pista sa Nayon. It started off with the first set of marching by the elementary department. One of the highlights of the social night was the MVC Got Talent. Participants from different schools, including the faculty and staff, have their representatives for the said event.

For the opening act, Mr. Edsel Delos Reyes rendered a spectacular violin solo. The School of Agriculture wowed everyone with their Wild Wild West costumes and mid western style of marching. Not to mention the frightening yet captivating bull whip exhibition that was performed masterfully by Janrey Mark Pilapil and Beltsasar Rizaga, BS Agriculture students majoring in Animal Science.

Then, Jenabelle Montealto, an AB English Language student from the School of Art and Sciences made her entrance, talking in the accent of the famous Filipino boxer's mom, Dionesia Pacquiao, which got the audience’s attention as she sang a beautiful song that all reminded us of the great years of the past when the song was once a hit. After the reminiscing of the past, Rasyl Zhaun Gauzon of the school of business and accountancy sang a song on pain and love that captivated the audience.

The School of Nursing was represented by a dynamic duo of Krystle Jo Bohol and Amery Juvy Vargas. They performed with elegance, beauty, and pure passion. It was a duo to remember. Then the School of Medical Technology gave a wonderful acapella song, conducted by Queenie Gersava. It was a song dedicated to those who got hurt in finding true love. The School of Theology showcased their talent in gymnastics. Their representatives were Jesffer Baid, Jeffson Candilasa and Elmar Caliopas. They were also joined by Albert Ibañez, a BEED student. Everytime they performed a stunt, the crowd held their breath.

The faculty and staff were also represented by two groups. One was the group of singing ladies fondly called as the powerpuff girls by the master of ceremony, Mr. Leo Elona. These three power belters were Charity Joy Sumagaysay, Esther Jane Pascua, and Sharie Mae Cruzada. The second group was from the industrial department. It was said to be a unique and interesting act - a belly dance like no other. Faces were drawn on their bellies, and they wore buckets over their heads as they walked around the court grounds doing their remarkable belly moves. The audience found it so amusing that the whole area was bursting with laughter. It was refreshing for students to see the fun side of faculty members. That side showing their inner child that wants to play and enjoy life.

The fun did not end after the talent show. Different kinds of food were also served. The entire MVC family joined hands and prepared enough food for everyone that night. Ice cream was also served, to the delight of all in attendance. Monyfer Porquez led in the parlor games participated in by faculty and students from elementary, high school, and college levels.

It was a delight to see an active and lively MVC, to get to know the new faces with talents yet to be discovered. It was an opportunity for people to encounter strangers who in the future may end up as their best friend or more. That night really signaled a rebirth of MVC and its inhabitants. As the program came to an end, the attendees left the venue with high hopes that similar programs will be organized again soon.

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MASTER GUIDE'S BASIC STAFF TRAINING

Wyndale Jing A. Libetario

Last July, 29th, 2018, a Sunday morning, the Master Guide Club of MVC conducted a Basic Staff Training Course seminar at the M.T. Oliverio Hall. The Basic Staff Training Course is designed to develop awareness in leaders of the fundamentals of the pathfinder club, including familiarity with the policies, process, and resources to start and maintain such club.

The seminar covers 8 different areas:

1. The History, Philosophy, and Purpose of the Pathfinder Club;

2. Understanding Pathfinders;

3. Club Leadership;

4. Club Organization;

5. Club Programming and Planning;

6. Teaching the Pathfinder Curriculum;

7. Camping and Outdoor Education; and

8. Drill Ceremonies.

The program started at 7:15 with a morning devotional by the College President and Master Guide Gladden Flores, who shared a message about being a servant leader. A few minutes after, the first session started with MG Madonna Lourdes M. Felicitas. She discussed the history, philosophy, and purpose of the pathfinder club, focusing on the real purpose and uniqueness of the pathfinder ministry; and also gave an overview of the origin of pathfindering and its development through the years.

After a short break, MG Rochel Clyde D. Fernando talked about club programming and planning in order for the trainees to develop familiarity with the activities and elements of the pathfinder program. Moreover, it also provided a background for the leaders to coordinate and plan for a successful ministry within the local pathfinder club.

Shortly after, MG Rommel R. Subigca presented about the club organization. It introduced the basic procedures and policies relevant to the establishment and maintenance of the pathfinder club. He further lectured on drill ceremonies, which covers both the theoretical and practical understanding of its benefits to both pathfinders and the pathfinder club as a whole.

The last lecture for the morning session was by the Club Director, MG Bell Rey Joe A. Pondara. He elaborated on the aspect of teaching the pathfinder curriculum. He introduced some ideas and creative approaches to teaching that the trainees can use, and at the same time he also encouraged them to develop their own style and creativity in teaching. Information on ways to teach the pathfinder curriculum in better and creative manner was also shared.

The afternoon session started with MG Jimmy V. Adil talking about understanding the pathfinders. This section of the training will help the aspiring master guides to develop and understand the developmental needs of pathfinder-age young people and how to relate to them effectively.

After his part, MG Criscel Leo F. Garilva commenced his discussion on club leadership. He pointed out the different concepts and strategies that will facilitate an understanding of successful pathfinder leadership and to enable course participants to develop new leadership skills.

The final lecture was by MG Gladden O. Flores. He expounded on camping and outdoor education which develops an awareness of the basic camping and outdoor activities skills necessary for outdoor leadership.

The program ended by 4:45 in the afternoon. The completion of the 8-part training will stimulate and inspire the Master Guide participants to experience some of the most rewarding and challenging aspects of modern pathfindering, and will serve as a catalyst for a dynamic pathfinder club leadership throughout the world.

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Sons and Daughters’ Gala Concert

Sweet Rhena Mae N. Fallorina

“Cooperation, Harmony, Opportunity, Involvement, Responsibility—CHOIR”

In the evening of July 28, 2018, angelic voices resounded at the Dumingag Gymnasium as one of our school’s choir— the Sons and Daughter Chorale Arts, under the baton of Mr. Paul Gabuco, a 4th year Theology student of Mountain View College, conducted their Gala Concert at Dumingag Gymnasium in partnership with Western Mindanao Adventist Academy (WMAA).

The Gala Concert was for a cause. The proceeds of the concert would be donated to the WMAA’s music department, because they believe that Adventist school must have a good foundation when it comes to music. The concert started at 6:00 PM of the said date and everyone was welcomed through the opening remarks of the WMAA’s principal, Dr. Don Richards T. Generato.

The concert consists of 3 parts; first part is where the group sang sacred songs; in the second part, they performed original Filipino music and folk songs; and in the third part, their rendition of some international songs. There were also intermission numbers in between the parts of the concert. These were offered by the violinists Mr. Ivan Bandiola and Ms. Abigail Eve Simbolon, an alumnus and a BS Accountancy student of MVC respectively.

The members of the chorale who took part in the concert are MVC students and alumni who were once active members of Sons and Daughters. Everyone felt blessed at the end of the successful concert which was concluded by a prayer.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF LITERATURE EVANGELIST CELEBRATES SUCCESS

Bevvy Guinevere V. Villarama

The Student Association of Literature Evangelist (SALE) Event was held at the MVC covered court last July 29, 2018. They gathered together to celebrate their successful harvest last summer. This event is celebrated every year to congratulate the Literature Evangelists for their success and to gather together to give thanks to the Lord. They started their devotional around 7:00 am and the speaker was Asst. Prof. Dindo Paglinawan. The covered court was filled with laughter and cheer as they enjoyed the preparations of the SALE Officers.

The officers assigned teams for a basketball match both for the men’s division and the women’s division. These teams were composed of students who were assigned for canvassing to different Cities in the Philippines including Cebu City, Dipolog City, and General Santos City to name a few. For the men’s division, the first placer was team Cebu City, second place was team Dipolog City, and on third place was team GenSan (Genera Santos City). For the women’s division, the champion was team GenSan and on second place was the group of Mixed Canvassers. The whole place was filled with an atmosphere that could lift up one’s spirit. Around 6:00 pm, the awarding ceremony took place and the event ended with a closing prayer by Mrs. Ruth Almocera.

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Jobert Gasper

Millie Turtal

Jesffer Baid

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STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

The first Social Orientation for the month of August was slated to give credit to students who have strived well to maintain good grades for the second semester of Academic Year 2017-2018. The Honors Day is a semestral practice that awards academic recognition to students who have either earned full scholarship, half scholarship, or those who managed to make it to the Dean’s List. Those who graduated valedictorian and salutatorian in high school are given full and half scholarship grants, while those who were able to reach a certain GPA also earn scholarship. Those who manage to maintain their scholarship from the time they entered the college are also recognized. This tradition not only inspires high performing students, but also motivates others to excel in their academic endeavors.

The ones who made it to the list of last semester’s honor roll (arranged in alphabetical order, clustered by course) are the following:

  • ABRINA, ELLEN M AB-ENG/1
  • ADOLFO, MARY ROSE A AB-ENG/1
  • YAMBA, MEDILYN L AB-ENG/1
  • NAVOTAS, CHRISTIAN T AB-ENG/2
  • TANODTANOD, JUANITO P AB-ENG/4
  • CAHALIN, NONIEL B AB-HIST/3
  • AGRIPO, CHARLIE GLENN L AB-THEO/1
  • BENSURTO, JHON G AB-THEO/1
  • BIOLANGGO, MARVIN T AB-THEO/1
  • CALISO, JUSHUA M AB-THEO/1
  • CANOPIN, ARNIEL A AB-THEO/1
  • CAPILITAN, JADE L AB-THEO/1
  • CHAVAKULA, JOASH RAJ AB-THEO/1
  • DA CRUZ, MARIANO AB-THEO/1
  • DE REAL, HERBERT V AB-THEO/1
  • GUISANDO, JUNE RICHLEE C AB-THEO/1
  • MARIANO, RICARDO C AB-THEO/1
  • NADURA, SHERRY MAE G AB-THEO/1
  • NHIACHATONGNENG, DAMYANG AB-THEO/1
  • OBEREZ, LISTER A AB-THEO/1
  • RONDINA, JEMAR C AB-THEO/1
  • SILANG, ALGIR A AB-THEO/1
  • THIM, BUN THOEURN AB-THEO/1
  • APUGAN, JESNEL KHARL B AB-THEO/2
  • AYAP, BUDDY R AB-THEO/2
  • BERAGO, ARWENN D AB-THEO/2
  • CONDE, JOHN MARK H AB-THEO/2
  • CUTAYAN, JAYSON L AB-THEO/2
  • DENSING, ALGAE S AB-THEO/2
  • ERANA, JADE MARK B AB-THEO/2
  • OLIVAR, ROMMEL M AB-THEO/2
  • PABUAYA, RASHID L AB-THEO/2
  • PELOSTRATOS, ANTHONY A AB-THEO/2
  • CORNELIO, ARCHIE C AB-THEO/3
  • GASPER, JOBERT B AB-THEO/3
  • GUARINO, DARYL B AB-THEO/3
  • HUSAYAN, ABEL H AB-THEO/3
  • OLILA, FERMIN A AB-THEO/3
  • PALMA, ARIEL U AB-THEO/3
  • SEN, SOPHAL AB-THEO/3
  • SERASPE, ARNEL J AB-THEO/3
  • SUNOG, KAREL D AB-THEO/3
  • SUTHERLAND, HERMAN AB-THEO/3
  • BARNES, MARCELLO RICARDO AB-THEO/4
  • CABAÑERO, JAMES REY M AB-THEO/4
  • KHANYE, MANDHLA AB-THEO/4
  • TALADUA, MILS-VINCE J AB-THEO/4
  • BEATING, LIEZYL R BEED/1
  • NAVOTAS, SHERYL MAE T BEED/1
  • PANIZARES, GRETCHEN V BEED/1
  • PATALINGHOG, ANNIE A BEED/1
  • ARIOLA, CINDY T BEED/2
  • BEÑALES, JUDY ANN J BEED/2
  • CARREON, MARY JOY I BEED/2
  • DOS SANTOS MORAIS, MARIA LEONI BEED/2
  • GOMINTONG, JELYN S BEED/2
  • JARLEGA, RHONA JANE B BEED/2
  • OCTAVIANO, GLADYS MAE B BEED/2
  • OSITA, ZYRAH GLAE O BEED/2
  • ROSALES, ALONAH O BEED/2
  • VALDEZ, MARJURIE FEA S BEED/2
  • VIDAL, RACKEL D BEED/2
  • CALISO, CAROL JOY M BEED/3
  • DELA FUENTE, JANILYN A BEED/3
  • GAJE, REIN BERYL R BEED/3
  • MONTEZA, SHEENA JANE S BEED/3
  • SUSUSCO, MERRY CHRIST B BEED/3
  • LLAMERA, ECYL MAE P BEED/4
  • TOLENTINO, WINCEY L BEED/4
  • LLAGONO, JEREMIAH J BS-BIO/1
  • ONGUE, ANALYN M BS-BIO/2
  • MONTALVAN, LOURDES PACITA J BSA/2
  • SARSALEJO, SHIENAH MAE D BSA/2
  • TOM, HANNAH DESIREE A BSA/2
  • BOHOLST, AIMYRRH JYN M BSA/3
  • BORBON, NELMAR FAITH H BSA/3
  • CALIPES, JOHN MARK V BSA/3
  • PADILLA, CHARLAINE DEXTER JOIS BSA/3
  • SIMBOLON, ABIGAIL EVE BSA/3
  • AGDON, APPLE NAINAMAE P BSA/4
  • LOZADA, MA. TERESA C BSA/4
  • PEPITO, JEMUEL F BSA/4
  • SEDURANTE, LENDON U BSACT/1
  • BAHIAN, CAROL V BSACT/2
  • DEPIO, ROLAND F BSACT/2
  • LADARAN, RUZZEL JOY G BSACT/2
  • PANTONIAL, NOVEN REY V BSACT/2
  • PELAWI, ALAN TIMOTHY BSACT/2
  • ZULUETA, GEM ANNE A BSACT/2
  • ABAD, KATHLEEN ANNE M BSACT/3
  • ABREGANA, LARAH MONIQUE T BSACT/3
  • BRUCE, SERPS JAY L BSACT/3
  • POBLACION, MAYNEYSA S BSACT/3
  • PORCARE, RANIE R BSACT/3
  • SERRA, SHEMIE C BSACT/3
  • TEJARES, FAITH DIVINE R BSACT/3
  • VERSANO, EMBER MAE P BSACT/3
  • LISTAN, GRACE BSACT/4
  • MURILLO, LEOMAR M BSACT/4
  • PENITON, ELLEN A BSACT/4
  • SESPEÑE, JOHN JOSEPH L BSACT/4
  • WAGAN, GAYLE COLEEN B BSACT/4
  • YANE, CRISTY MARIE L BSACT/4
  • BUYO, ALBERT C BSAG-CS/2
  • CAMONGAY, MALYN C BSAG-CS/2
  • CANDOG, CLIFFORD B BSAG-CS/3
  • PATIGAYON, JOEMARIE T BSAG-CS/3
  • ROQUE, MIKEJUNRELL F BSAG-CS/3
  • VALMORIDA, BENJIE L BSAG-CS/3
  • TOMATAO, JANETH M BSAG-CS/4
  • BAGUIO, CHERRY C BSBA-FM/1
  • MARMITO, JONALYN T BSBA-FM/1
  • NEPOMUCENO, ARBEL J BSBA-FM/1
  • ABATAYO, CLINT JOHN C BSBA-FM/2
  • BUADO, DONALIE P BSBA-FM/2
  • ESLIT, JSON L BSBA-FM/2
  • GEGONE, WIL JUNE G BSBA-FM/2
  • PALASAN, AIDA C BSBA-FM/2
  • RUIZ, DARRYL M BSBA-FM/2
  • TORMO, NICOH T BSBA-FM/2
  • LOBITAÑA, AILEEN T BSBA-FM/3
  • RAMONAL, MIBSAN ACE OLIVER H BSBA-FM/3
  • ARIBAL, AERIS JOY C BSBA-FM/4
  • DOMACIA, JULIE JOY M BSBA-FM/4
  • EQUIPAJE, JOAN H BSBA-FM/4
  • ERMITA, MARJON M BSBA-FM/4
  • LANGE, BRYLLE C BSBA-FM/4
  • CARANAY, CATHYJANE A BSBA-HRD/1
  • GARCIA, FERYL JOYCE T BSBA-HRD/1
  • ISSAC, MAYLEEN T BSBA-HRD/4
  • ABUEVA, APPLE JOY BSED-BIO/3
  • POLINIO, KATRINA VAN LOREEN S BSED-BIO/3
  • CATAMCO, CHRISTINE MAY C BSED-ENG/1
  • CONSOLACION, ROXAN A BSED-ENG/1
  • REGODON, DONNA VILLA D BSED-ENG/1
  • BAYA, PRINCE DEAN A BSED-ENG/2
  • OLEDAN, ALVIN C BSED-ENG/2
  • HUAI, LIAN S BSED-ENG/3
  • JAYME, KELLY MAE A BSED-ENG/3
  • PERIWPERIW, RHIZA P BSED-ENG/3
  • DULLANO, ROD JEAN CLAIRE B BSED-ENG/4
  • LAMPUTI, BEA JANELLE T BSED-ENG/4
  • JUPITER, JEZREELYN E BSED-MAPE/3
  • ALBERCA, EARL VON A BSED-MAPE/4
  • TABAOSARES, APRIL JOY . BSED-MATH/2
  • TIGAO, WILBERTO P BSED-SS/3
  • CATUBURAN, SHYRA-LYN Y BSED-TLE/2
  • DAYOT, ZEPHANIAH MAE A BSED-TLE/3
  • CAFE, JONATHAN V BSIT/2
  • SABINORIO, ALJAY B BSIT/2
  • VIERNES, JEANETH LOID B BSIT/3
  • MENDOZA, CLARINDA M BSIT/4
  • CAUSING, CHRISTINE MICHELLE T BSMT/2
  • CORPUZ, JUNELYN U BSMT/2
  • ABELLANA, RIXELE JAN V BSMT/4
  • ADRIGADO, BLESS C BSMT/4
  • ANAT, JOHLIE GAY F BSMT/4
  • ARANCO, KHELEMAR JR. M BSMT/4
  • ARROYO, PERCY JEN G BSMT/4
  • ATON JR., RENE B BSMT/4
  • BASINILLO, AMETHYST JOY P BSMT/4
  • BUTA, SHIRIN KAY O BSMT/4
  • CANILLO, WENDELL RHYAN A BSMT/4
  • CASPE, MARIELLE T BSMT/4
  • CUENCA, ANETH GAY BSMT/4
  • DE ASIS, CLAIRE ANN D BSMT/4
  • ENRIQUEZ, ANTONIO EDSON BRYCE BSMT/4
  • ESPECTATO, SCINTIL FAYE G BSMT/4
  • ESTEBAN, KEN D BSMT/4
  • ESTRADA, DANIEL EFREN S BSMT/4
  • ETANONG, ELWIN DAVE C BSMT/4
  • FLORES, GAUVIN Z BSMT/4
  • GOMEZ, NOBELYNE T BSMT/4
  • GONZALES, GECCA C BSMT/4
  • GUERRERO, KEZIAH F BSMT/4
  • GUERRERO, JEMIMAH F BSMT/4
  • HALASAN, KETHLYN KIZ P BSMT/4
  • ILAG, REMEFLOR S BSMT/4
  • ISRAEL, CLAIRE A BSMT/4
  • JAINAL, CAROLINE ROSE BSMT/4
  • JASMIN, VINCE CEDRIK B BSMT/4
  • LAGARTO, SHAMELLE O BSMT/4
  • LAMORIN, JUDY JEAN D BSMT/4
  • MANDALUPA, DARLENE MAY A BSMT/4
  • MAQUILANG, RALPH FEIL B BSMT/4
  • MIRANDA, KATRINA LOUISE P BSMT/4
  • PALMA, KEZIA E BSMT/4
  • PAULICAN, LORRANE AZRIEL T BSMT/4
  • POLISON, DANNA MIRR S BSMT/4
  • PROVIDO, VIGNETTE FAYE F BSMT/4
  • SAGABAY, ANTONETTE WYETH JUNE BSMT/4
  • SEBLERO, LYNDELLE JOYCE C BSMT/4
  • SERRANO, KRYSTAL DALE R BSMT/4
  • TAMBALQUE, RUEL PHILIPPE D BSMT/4
  • TARIPE, NIELKA AMOR B BSMT/4
  • VASQUEZ, JOCEL ANN L BSMT/4
  • VILLANUEVA, KAYE ANJELIK F BSMT/4
  • ZABALLERO, NOREEN P BSMT/4
  • BACSARPA, EUNICE D BSN/1
  • BURATO, CHARLYN D BSN/1
  • CABARDO, MADELYN S BSN/1
  • NESUS, JIMBOY G BSN/1
  • SUMADIA, MARTIN D BSN/1
  • TAN, DANIELLE D BSN/1
  • TINGZON, PHILADEL N BSN/1
  • ADIL, KERA KLISIA BAE BSN/2
  • AGALA, PRINCESS AKACHI BSN/2
  • ASOK, TEDD DANIEL F BSN/2
  • BARNUEVO, MAY BELLE FLOR P BSN/2
  • BATILLER, BREE MELANGE V BSN/2
  • CALVEZ, LYKA F BSN/2
  • CUASITO, CAMELLE M BSN/2
  • ERESMAS, BRIAN-JAMES B BSN/2
  • ESMERALDA, PRINCESS V BSN/2
  • FERRARIN, KHARYSSA FAYE BSN/2
  • GAGATAM, IRAH DJEM L BSN/2
  • GALINATO, AZARIA D BSN/2
  • HLA, YIN MON BSN/2
  • MADRIO, ALESIS JOY BSN/2
  • MANDAJOYAN, PRAIRIE YHASMIN B BSN/2
  • MANSAGUITON, MARS JR P BSN/2
  • MATEO, SHINETH T BSN/2
  • PELONGCO, JHEVINE CLYDE B BSN/2
  • QUEZON, NIKKI JOY V BSN/2
  • ROSARIO, KRYZYL JOY B BSN/2
  • SELIDIO, MERRY KRISTINE F BSN/2
  • TERO, JUDIELYN V BSN/2
  • VICEDO, APRYLL LOVE A BSN/2
  • ABESTA, KATRINA ISABEL A BSN/3
  • ARANTE, JOEMAN A BSN/3
  • ARROGANTE, CRYSTALYN JOY S BSN/3
  • BARNUEVO, KYRIE ANN FLOR P BSN/3
  • BORJA, BERYL JOSHUA F BSN/3
  • CABATIC, KARREN GAEL A BSN/3
  • DOLOTALLAS, DORIS MAE S BSN/3
  • ENRIQUEZ, EDSON REINIER JOSEPH BSN/3
  • GABLE, GAYLE KATHLEEN A BSN/3
  • HERNANDO, IANNA GRACE M BSN/3
  • MANDALUPA, KENNY M BSN/3
  • MENDOZA, EUSEBIO P BSN/3
  • MERCADO, CANDID JOHN A BSN/3
  • MONTILLA, ANTOINETTE JOYCE B BSN/3
  • PALOMO, KATELYN MAE P BSN/3
  • QUIJARDO, ZYNIE CLAIRE V BSN/3
  • QUINTO, NEIL PHILLIP E BSN/3
  • REJAS, LORENA BIANCA C BSN/3
  • VALLARES, LILLE ROSE D BSN/3
  • YAP, MANETH B BSN/3
  • SOMBILON, NOVEM GRACE B BSN/4
  • VALENCIANO, PHIPPS GROVER P BSN/4
  • CAMPILAN, NIZIE PEARL BSOA-OM/1
  • FLORES, MECHEL Y BSOA-OM/1
  • GOZO, JINELYN L BSOA-OM/1
  • ADOLFO, CLAIRE A BSOA-OM/2
  • BESAGAS, CHRISTINA P BSOA-OM/2
  • ITURIAGA, ALVI LOVE M BSOA-OM/3
  • ALBAN, JIAN BREECH H BSOA-OM/4
  • BERSANO, RHEA JONNALOU I BSOA-OM/4
  • CARANAY, CHERRY ANN A BSOA-OM/4
  • ESTALLO, AIZA O BSOA-OM/4

To all awardees, congratulations and keep it up! For the students who did not make it to the list this time, this semester is another opportunity to do well and probably make the cut for next semester’s awarding ceremony.

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