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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SHEEP elections’ success: new officers elected

In light of the beginning of the new school year, a set of students had been hailed as the newly elected officers of the Senior High Executive Envoy Panel (SHEEP), as the election led by students who acted as the Board of Canvassers took place on August 30. The school year’s election became the first election facilitated by students, one from each section as the Board of Canvassers. With the help of said students and guidance of the new Senior High Prefect of Discipline and SHEEP Moderator, Mr. Isidro Pelingon, a simulation of an actual national election took place where students cast their votes in ballot boxes within their designated… Read More

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JCI heightens Women’s Month through F2F Seminar

In line with the commemoration of Women’s Month, the JCI Caballero – Batangas Chapter in partnership with the Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand of the Senior High School Level of St. Bridget College launches a women empowerment face-to-face seminar held at Morrissey Hall, March 21. Aligned to its title, “To empower, To embrace: A Women Empowerment Seminar”, three women speakers of different expertise shared their journeys and experiences on how they conquered life problems and steps on how they got to where they are now. Highlighting her strategies and tips for young women regarding future, family and business, Mrs. Pauline Bondad, owner of Silver Peak Group of Companies, the… Read More

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Potentials come to “LYF” for Youth Fest 2023

After more than two years of its absence due to the pandemic, 198 Grade 12 students of the Senior High School Level of St. Bridget College-Batangas participated in the LIDICSA Youth Fest (LYF) at the De La Salle Lipa Sentrum, March 10. With the theme ” One Family, One Mission: LIDICSA in Action”, more than 2,000 students of different Catholic schools in the province of Batangas under the Lipa Archdiocesan Catholic Schools Association (LIDICSA) Inc. participated in this year’s two batches of LYF. The event started with a Eucharistic Celebration presided by Rev. Fr. Joseph M. Fortaleza, OSJ LIDICSA President. After the mass, Dr. Randy Baja, LIDICSA Vice President and… Read More

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Seniors come to “LYF” for Youth Fest 2023

After more than two years of its absence due to pandemic, 198 students of the Senior High School level of St. Bridget College-Batangas participated in the LIDICSA Youth Fest (LYF) at the De La Salle Lipa Centrum, March 10.  With its theme “One Family, One Mission: LIDICSA in Action”, more than 2,000 students from different Catholic schools in the province of Batangas under the Lipa Archdiocesan Catholic Schools Association-LIDICSA, Inc. participated in this year’s two batches of LYF. The event started with a Eucharistic Celebration presided by Rev. Fr. Joseph M. Fortaleza, OSJ, the LIDICSA President. After the mass, Dr. Randy Baja, the LIDICSA Vice President and the Chairman for… Read More

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City Health Office raises awareness on HIV-AIDS to SHS Bridgetines

In line with World AIDS Day 2022 commemoration, the Batangas City Health Office conducted a seminar on Senior High School student-leaders that aims to raise awareness on youth about the sexually-transmitted diseases, mainly Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection (HIV) at Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) last December 7.  Aligned to the theme of this year’s event, “End HIV, Act for Equality para sa Healthy Pilipinas”, officers of the City Health Office (CHO) shared their respective knowledges regarding the said sexually-transmitted diseases.  The lecture kicked off with a pretest about HIV and AIDS to assess the students’ preliminary knowledge about HIV and AIDS. After this, the questions were elaborated and the seminar… Read More

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Potentials ‘walk the talk’ in Leadership training

Student-leaders of the St. Bridget College Senior High Level secured the opportunity to walk their talks as they participate in the very first face-to-face Leadership Training in SBC-SHS last October 19 at the SBC Gymnasium. After two years, leadership trainings were brought back for leaders to experience onsite school activities since the pandemic. With the theme “Walk the Talk: Bridgetines Shepherding by Example”, Senior High Executive Envoy Panel (SHEEP) Officers, strand officers, class officers, and Moderators of the Senior High Level attended the session together with the resource speaker Atty. Sonny Jose Ricablanca.  Atty. Ricablanca, Bridgetine student leader alumna associated the talk with the presentation of different aspects of leadership… Read More

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Potentials display prowess in ASMEPPS Marathon of Skills and Talents; SBC-SHS ranks 2nd overall

Equipped with their wit, skills, and talents, Senior High School students at St. Bridget College exemplified greatness as they competed in the Regional Association of Science and Mathematics Educators of Philippine Private Schools (ASMEPPS) Marathon of Skills and Talents, December 10. Competing in the Marathon of Skills and Talents, Paula Bianca Dijan, STEM 5 – Mother Divine Child Flood, ranked 1st in the News Writing English category, while Rob Jared Viceral, HUMSS 2 – Sr. Mary Elizabeth O’Dowd, tailed behind as 2nd placer. Altiza Marielle Bonus of STEM 2 – Mother Dorothy O’Connor snagged 3rd place, while Ma. Kathryn Grizelda, HUMSS 2, grabbed 4th place. In the News Writing Filipino… Read More

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SHS brings back in-person Christmas celebration

To honor the Christmas season and the Bridgetines’ love and appreciation for the birth of Jesus Christ, the Senior High School (SHS) level of St. Bridget College welcomed the holiday season through the department’s Christmas party celebration last December 19. With the theme of this celebration “A Christmas Sleigh Comebaaaack!”, the commemoration revolved on celebrating the spirit of Christmas together once again as this is the first Christmas party celebration to be conducted face-to-face after the height of the pandemic. Grade 11 and grade 12 students of the SHS level gathered at the school gymnasium to have a short program hosted by Senior High School Executive Envoy Panel (SHEEP) Vice… Read More

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