Institutional Year-End Assembly highlights Co-responsibility for Mission

“Each one of you, each one of us, has his or her own contribution to give in order for us to carry the mission…” These were some of the words Sr. Ma. Añanita Borbon, RGS, PhD, college president, emphasized in her talk on Co-responsibility for the Mission during the Institutional Year-End Assembly held on June 21, 2024 at Manuela Q. Pastor Auditorium, St. Bridget College, Batangas City. “In our time today, being the daughters and sons of St. Mary Euphrasia, the call is partnership — it is a call of the spirit; it is a call of our times; it is the call of the congregation of the Sisters of… Read More

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College Bridgetines stand out in international research presentations

Four college Bridgetines stood in radiance in their research presentations at the international level as they were adjudged outstanding research presenters in the Series of International Research Capability-Building Seminar-Workshop cum International Research Conference / Paper Presentations held on May 16, 2024 via Zoom. Janelle G. Aguila, BSED – English, presented her research titled “Motivational Factors Affecting the Improvement of Learner’s English Language Speaking Skills”; while Ahngel D. Javier, BEED, shared the study, “Determinants of Reading Motivation Among Key Stage 2 Pupils in Selected Public Schools: Basis for Reading Intervention Plan”.  Rhea Pe F. Bayeta, BSSW, and Angelica Joyce D. Hernandez presented their research, “The Effects of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program… Read More

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Feast day of Mother Foundress highlights joy and commitment

With emphasis on the theme, Joy and Commitment to Life and Prayers: A Celebration of St Mary Euphrasia Pelletier’s 156th Feast Day, the entire Bridgetine community gathered to commemorate the life of the foundress of the Religious of the Good Shepherd congregation, April 24, 2024. Among the activities conducted during the event were viewing the story of St. Mary Euphrasia in the classrooms and engaging in reflection activity. The students shared about the significant points they obtained from the presentation and the ways in which they can live up the charism and values of St. Mary Euphrasia. Bridgetines also attended the celebration of the Holy Eucharist in which Rev. Fr.… Read More

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Bridgetine lay mission partners hold institutional Lenten activity

In observance of the Lenten season, St. Bridget College administrators, faculty, staff, and maintenance devoted time for prayer and meditation in a two-day Lenten activity, March 25-26, 2024. Five buses loaded with more than 200 Bridgetine pilgrims visited Regina Rosarii Institute for Contemplation in Asia (RICA) in Tanay, Rizal to honor the passion of Christ in the Stations of the Cross. Fourteen groups reflected on the way of the cross as they journeyed on each of the fourteen stations leading to the 71-foot tall statue of the Queen of the Holy Rosary. They also gathered together with other pilgrims in the celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 11:00 AM. Reflecting… Read More

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SBC College Department Gets PAASCU Level III Accredited Status

St. Bridget College, College Department, has been granted with a Level III Re-Accredited Status by The Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) after successfully completing the requirements of Philippine Accrediting Association of School, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) on December 11, 2023. In accordance with Memorandum Order Number 1, series of 2005 of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), this status recognized that the programs offered by the institution have met the additional guidelines set by the FAAP. These certified programs include Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd), Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd), Bachelor of Technology Livelihood Education (BTLEd), Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd), Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (BECEd),… Read More

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Lay mission partners, RGS sisters gather in Lenten Recollection

“What do you seek? Where are you staying? Why are you so afraid?” These were some of the questions that lay mission partners, together with the RGS sisters, families, alumni, and friends reflected on in the Lenten Recollection held at the Manuela Q. Pastor Auditorium, St. Bridget College, Batangas City, March 8, 2024. In the sessions which centered on the topic, “Questions of My Life”, Rev. Fr. Rodolfo Vicente ‘Dan’ Cancino, Jr., MI, retreat facilitator, encouraged the participants to engage in a journey of deep reflection and healing. “A personal encounter with God engenders a journey of faith and discipleship,” he shared. Fr. Dan also pointed out that it signifies… Read More

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SBC future business magnates dominate Student Summit 2024

With so much joy and pride, the Business Administration students of St. Bridget College, College Department shone brightly, conquering both the Business Plan and TikTok Challenge Business Competition during the Research Conference and Joint Student Summit organized by the Council of Management Educators and Practitioners in the Philippines (COMEPP), held at NU Lipa Inc., SM Lipa City, February 17, 2024. The trio, Freancy Raven Hernandez, BSBA-MM4; Weraldine Alulod, BSBA-FM4; and Camilla Calusor, BSBA-FM4, emerged victorious during the Business Plan Competition. They presented the business plan entitled, “Establishment of Baking Kingdom in Batangas City,” authored by Freancy Raven Hernandez, Kate Jean Velacion and Cathlyn Shaniel De Leon which was hailed the… Read More

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SIBUL reaps awards in the RHEPC 2024; yields two LHEPC Qualifiers

In a triumphant display of journalistic excellence, SIBUL, Official Publication of St. Bridget College, College Department, bagged awards in the Regional Higher Education Press Conference, securing seven individual awards, three group awards, and two Luzonwide Higher Education Press Conference (LHEPC) Qualifiers, held at Batis Aramin Hotel and Resort, Lucban, Quezon, from February 20 to 22. RHEPC 2024, a cornerstone event in the region’s academic calendar, accumulated a total of 491 journalists from 32 colleges and universities in REGION IV-A, transforming the event into a gathering and battle of creativity and talents. Individual accolades were rightfully bestowed upon several outstanding journalists. In the Filipino category, Jimmvell C. Castillo from BEED 3… Read More

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SHS Embraces Second Sem with Opening Party

Senior High students enthusiastically embraced the onset of the second semester with a Semester Opening Party hosted by the Senior High Executive Envoy Panel (SHEEP), alongside STEM Lambs, ABM Barcodes, and HUMSS Siklab on February 7 at the SBC gymnasium. Beginning at seven o’clock in the morning, students gathered at the gym for the morning assembly and announcements. Vienessa Joy Ardid, SHEEP Grade 11 representative, and Samantha Janelle Quizon, STEM 9, served as the masters of ceremony, with opening remarks delivered by Zoe Alyssa Ysabella Eroa, SHEEP Vice President. Following the formalities, students engaged in a series of games organized by the different strands. The Longest Line, hosted by STEM… Read More

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IRPPO organizes Student Research Forum 2024

With the theme, “SRF 2024: Embracing opportunities. Establishing connections. Igniting innovations,“ the Institutional Research, Planning and Publications Office (IRPPO) conducted Student Research Forum at Sr. Clare Morrissey Hall, St. Bridget College, Batangas City, January 24, 2024. In the keynote speech that Dr. Imelda M. Flores, research coordinator of Batangas State University, delivered during the event, she emphasized that embracing opportunities allows one to pursue interests, learn something new, hone problem-solving skills, and challenge oneself in new ways. According to her, establishing connections involves fostering collaboration within the research community while igniting innovations entails embracing and leveraging advancements to stay competitive, adaptive to change, and capable of making a positive impact… Read More

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