Baja leads 349 JHS Completers

Having received the laurel as the symbol of excellence, Ashley Rezel Baja led the 349 completers as she was recognized as Rank 1 in the recently culminated SBC JHS 4th Moving Up Ceremony, held at the Batangas City Sports Coliseum on April 10.

“Every ending is just a start of a new beginning. The sun will shine again tomorrow to remind us that every day is a chance for us to start anew. Each day will pass to make us older and more mature individuals. The memories brought by the sun’s warmth would also remind us to our colorful past dominated by the blazing color of red,” Baja, in her welcome address, stated.

More to that, she emphasized that every individual is beloved, gifted, and empowered and she also expressed her gratitude to all people and the Almighty Father for making it possible.

Furthermore, Daniella Kristina Cueto was recognized as Rank 2 while Lara Ermionnee Bulalacao, Ralph Jerome Amores, and Angelee Atienza were acknowledged as Ranks 3, 4, and 5.

Chrieshna Chelcea Declaro, Karlen Nicole Aldover, Chelsey Yang, Alliah Erin Cabiscuelas, and Justin Rae Casao were Ranks 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, respectively.

In addition, 5 were recognized with high honors, 109 with honors, 20 subject awardees, 114 non-academic awardees, and 72 NCII Cookery passers.

Moreover, faculty members and employees who had shown an exemplary work and loyalty to the institution were also recognized. Mrs. Maria Leonor Mauhay, Ms. Angelica Fe Liwag, Mrs. Laila Ramirez, Mrs. Desiree Borillo, Mrs. Elisa Silang, and Mrs. Yolanda Curato were acknowledged for their 10 years of service while Mrs. Shirlie Ayalin was also awarded for her 20 years of service.

Rev. Fr. Estelito Africa Jr. presided the baccalaureate mass which was then followed by the rites of the Moving Up Ceremony. Culminating their final year in the Junior High School, the Grade 10 students marched with the theme “Bridgetine in Mission: Beloved, Gifted, and Empowered.”