Hocbo, Bool head 261 graduates
“We may struggle but we should push forward. All the hardships that we will experience should help us stand on our own and strive harder to achieve success. There is no reason to give up. “
This was stressed by Therese Carmela Hocbo, rank 1, in her farewell address during the 98th commencement exercises held at SBC Manuela Q. Pastor Auditorium, May 4.
Regina Annemarie Bool, rank 2, Arabella Clarissa Sayat, rank 3, Maria Beatriz Vidal, rank 4, Michael Andre Marasigan, rank 5, Aaron Gabriel Marquez, rank 6, Vanessa Marie Lorida, rank 7, Frances Ysabelle Agdamag, rank 8, Aedele Mae Beloso, rank 9 and Samantha Athea Ceniza, rank 10 were the other pupils who were regarded as with high honors. They have an average of 95-97 and have no grades lower than 88.
Meanwhile, 61 pupils are awarded as with honors. They were pupils who got an average of 90-94 and no grades lower than 88.
On the other hand, 15 pupils were also recognized for their remarkable performance in the different academic subjects.
Furthermore, the school also recognized its employees who had rendered their dedicated service as lay mission partners. Mrs. Rossana Bagon, the IBED principal, Mrs. Marcel Volante, Science 5 teacher and Mr. Reynaldo Aguinaldo were given plaque of appreciation.
Dra. Anna Maria Clara Palacios led the induction of graduates to the SBC Alumni Association.
The theme of this year’s commencement exercises is “Children of God: Journeying Towards Discipleship”.