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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SHS Joins the Quest for the Crown

To liven up the spirits of the students before the holiday break officially begins, the Senior High School Level went all in with the celebration of the Sports and Cultural Festival with the theme: “Straw Hats Seniors: The Quest for One Arc,” an event lasting for four days: December 12, 13, 15, and 18. For this year’s Sports and Cultural Festival, six teams with combined sections of Grade 11 and Grade 12 paraded around the campus: Chunky Chopper (ABM 2 – Sr. Mary Dominica Long & STEM 4 – Mo. Marguerite O’Keilley), Limitless Luffy (STEM 7 – Sr. Mary Consuelo Chuidian & STEM 1 – Mo. Constance Phelan), Rising Nami… Read More

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SBC-SHS Opens the Door to Korean Language Exploration

With the goal of introducing students to the Hangeul or Korean alphabet and culture, St. Bridget College Senior High School students attended Ala Eh, Annyeonghaseyo! Ateneo Korea 101 Lab: Hangeul Workshop at the SBC-SHS Building, December 6. Led by esteemed Ateneo De Manila University lecturers: Aurea Javier, MPP LPT, Ma. Kristina Carla Rico, MA, Sun Jung Woo, PhD, and Jeremiah Magoncia, MA, fun and entertaining sessions were facilitated. Commencing with warm greetings, the workshop delved into the Hangeul alphabet’s background, providing a guide for students on vowel and consonant basics. Lecturers maintained interest with interactive sessions on reading, writing, and Korean self-introductions. Discussions took a lively turn with icebreakers, including… Read More

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RVE, sports admin and faculty attend program assessment sessions

To evaluate the existing Religious and Values Education as well as Sports Development programs, select administrators and faculty of St. Bridget College participated in the Program Assessment Sessions at the Mary Dominica Hall, St. Bridget College, Batangas City, November 2023. Sixteen (16) Religious and Values Education Teachers attended the RVETs Assessment Session on November 10, 2023. Using the Salamat-Sana-Kaya and Taya Framework, Sr. Ma. Añanita Borbon, RGS PhD, college president, facilitated the session which focused on identifying concrete experiences of SALAMAT and SANA. It highlighted identifying possibilities to enhance the programs through KAYA for a more effective Catholic education. Moreover, it featured expressing commitment using “TAYA” in ensuring that the… Read More

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JHS seniors gather for a new leap of faith

To embark on a new leap of faith, Grade 10 students gathered for a “Live in Christ” seminar spearheaded by the CLVE Department, in partnership with the Live Share Christ Organization at Morrissey Hall, September 1. As the first Formation Friday started, the seminar was given to uplift the Christian faith and values of the JHS seniors. It began with the opening remarks of Mrs. Tessa Marie Dulay, CLVE 10 teacher. Some invited speakers from the said organization were present such as Gio Arevalo, Kate Eje, Michael Clanor, Carrie Buenafe, Holy Baguio, Ashley Tolopia, Maria Velasquez, Mark Dimalibot, and Renee Dolor. They shared some ways on how to improve one’s… Read More

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St. Bridget College empowers students through leadership training

In a forward-thinking initiative, St. Bridget College, IBEd Department organized a comprehensive leadership training program, aiming to equip its students with essential skills and qualities that transcend the classroom and extend into real-world leadership scenarios, November 25, 2023. Understanding how important good leadership is in creating successful people and communities, St. Bridget College, IBEd Department created a program that goes beyond conventional academic instruction. The goal of the leadership training program was to promote a comprehensive approach to leadership development by nurturing traits including adaptability, communication, teamwork, and decision-making. A distinctive feature of the St. Bridget College, IBEd Department leadership training was its focus on values-based leadership. Students were encouraged… Read More

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SBC Commemorates the Month of the Most Holy Rosary

“Ang puso ko’y nagpupuri, nagpupuri sa Panginoon, nagagalak ang aking Espiritu sa aking tagapagligtas.” Filled with love and gratitude, St. Bridget College, College Department, glorified October as the Month of the Most Holy Rosary through the remarkable Marian Procession, October 18. As part of the celebration, the Marian Procession gathered the College Bridgetines to walk with faith throughout the campus where each destination was led by different students. Marianne Taroma, BEED3, led the praying of rosary at St. Mary Euphrasia Building driveway, followed by Rei Ann Asihan, BPED2, in front of the pre-schooler rooms; Anne Bernadette Agtay, BSSW1, in the Integrated Basic Education (IBED)-Elem area; Martin Justine Vinluan, BSIT3, in… Read More

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LIDICSA unites hearts and minds in faith

In the spirit of fostering a deeper connection among Catholic schools, the annual Lipa Archdiocesan Catholic Schools Association (LIDICSA) event emerged as a beacon of unity and spiritual growth, November 24, 2023 at De La Salle Lipa. The gathering transcends academic discussions to create a unique space where educators, students, and administrators come together to celebrate their shared faith, values, and commitment to a God-centered education. LIDICSA kicked off with a celebration of the Holy Mass that sets the tone for the entire event. Participants joined in communal prayer, reflecting on the mission of Catholic education and seeking guidance from a higher source. This sacred beginning established the God-centered atmosphere… Read More

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Dressing Up as Book Characters ignites Reading Month Celebration

As schools and libraries gear up for Reading Month celebrations, one innovative and exciting way to ignite the love for literature is taking center stage – dressing up as beloved book characters. The English Department of St. Bridget College took the initiative on November 17, 2023, at Morrissey Hall, to bring every child’s fantasy to life.  This creative endeavor not only adds a whimsical touch to the celebration but also promotes a deeper connection with literature among students, fostering a sense of imagination and community. The concept of dressing like a book character during Reading Month serves as a lively tribute to the enchanting worlds crafted by authors. It transforms… Read More

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Harmony in Prayer and Nature: St. Bridget College’s Eco-Rosary Initiative

A unique and transformative prayer experience has taken root, weaving together spirituality and environmental stewardship at St. Bridget College, IBEd Department, October 27, 2023. The Eco-Rosary initiative has become a symbol of the institution’s commitment to nurturing both the soul and the planet, creating a harmonious blend of faith and ecological mindfulness. The Eco-Rosary is not confined to the walls of a church. Instead, students and faculty are encouraged to take their prayer beads outdoors, immersing themselves in the beauty of nature. This intentional shift from indoor to outdoor prayer spaces fosters a deep sense of connection with the environment, allowing participants to appreciate the divine in the world around… Read More

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