De Chavez heads JHS completers

Hailing the achievements of 482 Grade 10 sudents led by the Top 1 Christine Dorothy B. De Chavez, the 2nd Moving up Ceremony was commenced with the theme “Bridgetines Building Communion of Communities” held at the Batangas City Sports Coliseum, March 30.

Tristan Joseph A. Alcantara was recognized as Rank 2, and Claire C. Bathan, the Rank 3. Josh Andrew M. Martija prevailed as Rank 4. Meanwhile, Louise Jastin I. Beron and Martin Alfonso Bonilla, ranked 5 and 6 respectively.

Furthermore, Eoline T. Ilagan, Janah N. Yang, Robert Adrian E. Ng, and Paul Michael C. Dimayuga were recognized as the Rank 7, Rank 8, Rank 9 and Rank 10, respectively.

The ceremony began with the processional march of the Junior High School cpmpleters, followed by the personnel, SBC administrators, and Religious of the Good Shepherd Sisters. The entrance of colors by the selected Grade 9  MOCC aspirants was followed by the national anthem and the SBC Hymn, and the opening prayer was led by Tristan Joseph A. Alcantara, graced by the Senior Repertory Brigid.

Christine Dorothy B. De Chavez delivered her welcome address which was followed by an inspirational message to the completers by the school president, Sr. Mary Bernadette Guzman, RGS, Ph.D. The introduction to the graduation rites was given by Claire C. Bathan.

Non-academic and academic awards were then presented to several graduates, token for their efforts and contributions to different extra-curricular activities.

The presentation and handing over of the ceremonial golden laurel to Rank 1, Christine Dorothy B. De Chavez, concluded the awarding rites which was then follow by staff recognitions and appreciation.

Some of the distinct members of St. Bridget College Junior High School community were awarded with certificates of appreciation for their dedicated service in the institution. Mrs. Sayra B. Aclan, Mr. Amado Ariel Hagos, Mr. Alvine Ramirez and Ms. Mary Grace A. Rivera were recognized for 10 years of service, while Mrs. Leonora M. Rosales was given honor for her 27 years of service.

Mrs. Rossana P. Bagon, IBED Principal, led the presentation of graduates, and the completers were awarded with certificates of completion. The students transferred their ceremonial sashes, the alambay, as a sign of moving up from the Junior High School level and the ceremony ended with the singing of the Moving Up song “Moving On, Moving Up” and the exit of colors and faculty.

SBC jin grabs bronze in RSC 2017

Donned in dobok, the taekwondo clothing, a Bridgetine taekwondo jin grabbed bronze in the Regional Sports competition held in a covered court in Victoria, Laguna, February 13-17.

Nicole Anne Lollback, a grade six pupil, managed to get the bronze medal after winning against the jin from the division of Tanuan. Her combinationof powerful roundhouse kick, spinning kick and front kick became her edge over other opponents from other divisions in Region IV-A. She also defeated the taekwondo jin from the division of Tayabas.

Lollback received the Oustanding Performance in Taekwondo award this school year.

Aside from Lollback, Agela Rose Beatriz Barbosa, Lanz Nataniel Silang and Inno Cedrick Calub participated with their spins and rallies in table tennis category.

In volleyball, Dana Joseah Alvarez, Krachelle Joy Cantos, Ma. Zandy Valerie Cueto, Sally Trinity Garcia, Charlene Juliana Pastor, Karla Franchesca Sadia, Janne Rendan Mortera, Franc Dustin Cabuñas and Teofilo Orayan made their presence felt in RSC.

Ysabelle Arwayne Muyong, Paula Matienzo and Ronn Gabriel Generoso also represented the division of Batangas City in swimming.

Mathematician tops 283 graduates

“It is to build a united community, one where love prevails against hatred and conflict.  It is to evangelized other and bring them to God’s light. It is to be reconciled with other and bring peace wherever we go. It is to inspire others to do the same”.

This is the challenge of Ethan Lestat Tiongson, a math wizard whoe emerged as with high honors – rank 1, to his batchmates during the 97th Commencement Exercises held at Manuela Q. Pastor Auditorium, April 5.

Along with Tiongson were Wan Janela Bautista-rank 2, Jovelle Bianca Bool-rank 3, Jay Adrian Pineda-rank 4, Gianna May Cueto-rank 5, Angela Rose Beatriz Barbosa-rank 6, Ghiezyll Hernandez-rank 7, Andrea Clarisse Caringal-rank 9, Athrin Elise Guevarra-rank 10, Von Alexander Ilagan-rank 11 and Ma. Kathryn Grizelda Manalo – rank 12.

Fifty pupils were awarded as with honors. They got an average of 90-94 with no grade lower than 88.

Rev. Father Dakila Ramos, Parochial Vicar of the Immaculate Conception Parish, Bauan, Batangas officiated the Eucharistic celebration. In his homily, he stressed the values of faith, humility and love.

Meanwhile, awards were also given to pupil who excelled in the different subject areas.

SBC also recognized its employees for their commitment in rendering their service as lay mission partners.

Mr. Melvin Escoton, Mrs. Liza Larosa and Mrs. Rubie Malata were awarded for their 10 years of service. Mrs. Maria Anabel Arellano, Mr. Dominador Dimaano and Mrs. Josefina Montalbo were recognized for their 20 years of dedicated service. Mr. Quirino Dinglasan, a retiree, was also given a plaque of recognition for his 14 years of service to the school.

Dr. Ana Maria Clara Palacios, President of SBc Alumni Association led the graduates in their oath taking.

“Bridgetines Building Communion of Communities” was the theme of this year’s commencement exercises.

The Batch boots legacy in 69th commencement exercises

“This is gonna be the best day of my life.” Batch 2017 known as “The Batch” kindle the fire of love and thanksgiving during the 69th Commencement Exercises highlighting “Bridgetines Building Communion of Communities” held at Manuela Q. Pastor Auditorium, St. Bridget College, April 21.

“To our graduates, you have to remember that this is not only graduation. This is a commencement exercise. We are just starting a new chapter of our lives. Now, you have to let your light shine. This means our study doesn’t stop today. We have to study until the very end of our life,” said by Hon. Hermilando I. Mandanas, governor of the province of Batangas, an alumnus, as he gave his message to the graduates.

“In addition to our study, it is to pray. That is one advantage that we have as students of this institution. We should not be embarrassed. We should show the people that it is really something the we need,” he added.

The program lauded the rosters of awardees for academic and non-academic awards.

The rosters of awardees for Academic Achievement were: Bryan Arvin C. Jacob, Debbie S. Almarez, Aira Christina U. Zafra, all BSEd4; and Isidro M. Bayeta, BEEd4, emerged as Cum Laude.

On the other hand, Ranie L. Alcantara, BEEd4, and Debbie S. Almarez, BSEd4, Merited a medal for SBC Bayanihan Award for their active participation in extra-curricular activities. Bryan Arvin Acob, Jonathan Perez,  both BSEd4; Isidro M. Bayeta,  BEEd4; Loren Marie Atienza, BSSW4; and Reynan A. Balmes, BSIT4, received certificates.

The medal for SBC Leadership Award was given to Debbie S. Almarez, BSEd4, for her consistent and responsible leadership in school activities. Moreover, Bryan Arvin C. Jacob, BSEd4; and Ranie Alcantara, BEEd4, received certificates.

Meanwhile, Bryan Arvin C. Acob, BSEd4; and Ranie L. Alcantara, BEEd4, bagged certicate for St. John Eudes Award for their consistent rendering of generous and dedicated service. Also, Sharlene A. Godoy, BEEd4, was awarded a certificate of St. Mary Euphrasia award.


The Senior High School level of St. Bridget College held the first-ever STEM Week. This was facilitated by the STEM club, the Logical Analytical Medical Bridgetines, February 7-10, 2017. The celebration featured activities aimed at substantiating the theme: Catalyst of Change for Future Inventions and Innovations.


  Various contests were held throughout the week: Math Exhibit, Quiz Bee, Amazing Race, and Science fair. The Math exhibit was held in Rooms 102-103 of the Senior Highschool Building. It was in display for the whole week and was visited by several Junior High school and Grade school students. The Quiz Bee was held on February 9, 2017 in the Gymnasium. The quiz was all about General Science and Mathematics. The Amazing Race was held in the parameters of the Senior High school and was participated by chosen STEM students. This event was held on February 8, 2017. The Science fair was the highlight of the week and was held in the Gymnasium on February 10, 2017. Each class presented a class yell that was in line with their inventions. There were also presenters for each invention.

unspecified-5   STEM 1 students Zhantelle Austria, Gerome Chavez, and Jillien Aguda emerged as winners for the General Math and Science Quiz bee, followed by Isaiah Balani, EJ Reyes, and Francis Santiago of STEM 2 and Denise Nicole Cruzat, Angela Denise Cantos, and Ricardo Mendoza III of STEM 4. For the Amazing Race the winners were the Engineering group of STEM 4 and Medical group of STEM 5. The Math Exhibit contest was dominated by STEM 5 students with their Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry and Noah’s Ark themed park bagging the first place and the third place respectively.

Students from STEM 1 garnered the second place with their Twin Tower: Reimagined. During the Science Fair, STEM 3, STEM 4, and STEM 1 were the adjudged winners for Class presentation. STEM 3 and HUMSS got the best presentation award and STEM 1 and STEM 4 tied in third place. STEM 1 won the People’s Choice award. Meantime, STEM 4 reaped first place for Best Product with their Sustainable Purifying Air Machine (S.P.A.M.) invention, followed by STEM 1 with their Dual Hydropower Turbine, and ABM 1 with their Drug Identifier and Scanner for Conditioning and Optimizing Machine (DISCOM).

-Diane Ernabel C. Añonuevo

STEM Exhibit

2017 National Women’s Month Celebration

2017 THEME

In his first State of the Nation Address (SONA), President Rodrigo Roa Duterte directed “all agencies, oversight bodies and local government units down to the barangay level to fully implement the Magna Carta of Women.” This is to ensure that man and woman will be partners in the pursuit of the country’s economic, social, cultural and political developments. This pursuit of development under the new administration is also anchored on the commitment of “Malasakit at Pagbabago” or True Compassion and Real Change. Thus, the first National Women’s Month Celebration under the new leadership will focus on these key foundations: partnership for change and full implementation of the Magna Carta of Women (Republic Act 9710), captured through the theme: “WE Make Change Work for Women.”

Elements of the theme
WE stands for Women’ Empowerment – empowering women enables them to confidently and meaningfully engage with appropriate institutions to ensure that they contribute to and benefit from development and changes. Thus, women’s empowerment will make the change that we are espousing or any development effort responsive of women’s concerns.
Make Change Work = MCW = Magna Carta of Women – making change work for women necessitates strengthening the implementation of the MCW at all levels. It means putting in place functional mechanisms as well as implementing and making known to citizens, programs and services that address strategic gender needs of women.
Change – also means Compassionate and Harmonized Actions and Networks for Gender Equality.
We / us or “kami / tayo” in Filipino – who is going to pave the way for an enabling environment for women to be empowered? Who is going to ensure that the MCW is implemented at all levels? Who is going to make change work for women? It all of us, in our various capacities whether as government officials and employees, members of the private sector, the academe, non-government organizations, or as private individuals can be partners for a change that is gender-responsive. It emphasizes our collective effort, collaboration and participation to ensure that women will not be left behind in the pursuit of change.
The theme emphasizes that women should be active drivers in bringing about positive changes, and that they should also reap from development efforts. This can be made possible by empowering women – enabling them to meaningfully engage with other development stakeholders, and by fully implementing the MCW.


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