SBC grasps academic feat in licensure examination
Keep your light brilliantly shinning!
In response to ensuring quality education among Bridgetines College registered new teachers and social workers, after passing their licensure examinations administered by Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC).
Producing more competent and highly skilled workers, SBC Social Work Program garnered 97.62% institutional passing percentage and 100% batch passing percentage for Batch 2016 and 2017, as the official results of passers that was released by PRC, Aug. 2.
The list of passers for Batch 2016 were Monica D. Abaya, Marianne Joy V. Abdala, Loriecel S. Adra, Kim Aimele O. Aguilon, Ruby M. Boyles, Glaizer C. Cantos, Maria Angela T. Cayetano, Kristel Kaye S. Egnilan, Jennica B. Gaynilo, Alona Joy D. Obina, Jelica Marie E. Rada, Dseselyn P. Silang, Sr. Rosalie F. Torrente, SMC, Dolly Mari M. Villamin, and Jemalyn E. Viola.
Meanwhile, the rosters of passers for Batch 2017 were Regine B. Andal, Loren Marie Atienza, Karolle Ann C. Balmaceda, Niña Jlouizeluine M. Bunquin, Ruth B. Canchela, Ed Marlo C. Caringal, Krisha Nel C. Castillote, Hannah Princess Gail R. Cusi, Judy Ann P. Dela Roca, Aimee Katherine H. Dio, Kristel Dane P. Endaya, Maria Leonor F. Falible, Jhona R. Fedelino, Bernadeth M. Frane, Charlene P. Garia, Mari-Rose R. Mandocdoc, Angel Diane L. Martinez, Louise Kathleen D. Mercado, Ana Jovel P. Orellana, Dyesmin L. Rabino, Mary Grace B. Semira, Bernadeth P. Silang, Christine Joy K. Tamayo, Reynalyn A. Tolentino, Mc Elwyne H. Tumambing, and Avelina Villegas for Batch 2005.
They belong to 3, 951 passers out of 5, 997 takers for Social Worker Licensure Examination administered by the Board for Social Workers in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Ilo-ilo, Legazpi, and Zamboanga last July 27-28.
On the other hand, Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED) garnered 100% batch passing percentage in the recently conducted Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) 2017 with 97.14% batch overall performance.
First in the new list of professional teacher under Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) specialization were Maricon Bacal Ainajoy Calapit, Carl Angelo Cuevas, Jorge Emmanuel Domondon, Ruffa Mae Gutierrez, Jessabel Ilagan, Jayson Macalalad, Divina Mores, Jonathan Perez, and Mary Joy Siscar.
Making it on the list of new professional teachers with specialization in English were Debbie Almarez, Cheyenne Rose Buitizon, Aevette Paula Espenilla, Richlyn Masacayan and Nena Angel Porcino.
Moreso, new professional teachers with specialization in Biological Science were Lhea Cleofe, Louie Jane Marie Melendrez, Jeryll Nicko Mercado, Vivien Joy Panganiban, Tricia Myriene Ramos, Elizabeth Villanueva and Jenelyn Zara.
Adding to the list for new secondary professional teachers with Mathematics area of specialization were Bryan Arvin Acob, Niña Ara Marie Añonuevo, Joyce Catibog, Jovy Alyssa de Castro, Cassandra Luz Fajilan, Ma. Lorielyn Mercenes, Diana Rose Orlina, Grace Panganiban, Ehtel Mae Sayson and Aira Christina Zafra.
Adding to the list for new secondary professional teachers with Mathematics area of specialization were Bryan Arvin Acob, Niña Ara Marie Añonuevo, Joyce Catibog, Jovy Alyssa de Castro, Cassandra Luz Fajilan, Ma. Lorielyn Mercenes, Diana Rose Orlin, Grace Panganiban, Ethel Mae Sayson and Aira Christina Zafra.
Meanwhile, Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) earned 60% as batch passing percentage in LET 2017 with 54.29% as batch overall performance.
The newly registered professional teachers with Content Course as specialization were Ma. Theresa Adao, Rosendy Ardales, Isidro Bayeta, Armae Camarig, Maria Ramona Carandang, and Shiela Elaine Paglicawan.
Likewise, adding to the list of newly registered professional teachers with Early Childhood Education as specialization were April Aguila, Ranie Alcantara, Ericka Arellano, Pamela Camille Breton, Nina Deniece Balita, Joselle Angelie Clavo, Abegail Ebora, Cheska Eunice Garcia, Donabelle Gayeta, Anathea Geronimo, Bianca Esamella Malaluan and Roshelle Vergara.
They belong to 21,198 elementary teachers out of 80,509 examinees (26.33%) and 49,626 secondary teachers out of 107,020 examinees (46.37%) who successfully passed the LET.
The whole institution particularly the entire college department expressed their greetings of congratulations through thanksgiving mass.
–Romo Sanvictores, BSEd4