With the theme “Expanding Science and Mathematics Horizons through ASMEPPS Initiatives,” students of the Senior High School Department emerged victorious in the Regional Association of Science and Mathematics Educators of Philippine Private Schools (ASMEPPS) Math and Science Quiz, October 15.
In the Grade 11 Science Quiz, Chai Riz Chavez, HUMSS 1 – Mother Domitilla Larouse, and Anika Ameu Jareño, ABM 1 – Mother Vitalis Winkler, placed 6th, while Matthew Renz Venedict Hernandez and Sarah Mae Villena of STEM 2 – Mo. Dorothy O’Connor qualified for nationals. Grade 12 students Zaira Rendon and Maria Angela Bianca Atienza of STEM 6 – Sister Mary Immaculate Concepcion Cahill, Djela Carleen Parto and Kirsten Leunice Padua of STEM 7 – Sister Mary Consuelo Chuidian, and Nikkos Reiel Arandia of STEM9 – Sister Mary Virginia Gonzaga were also national qualifiers of the competition.
In the Math Quiz, Grade 11 student Alison Kent Guico, snatched 8th place, while Althea Faith De Los Reyes, Jon Marco Macasaet of STEM 1 – Mother Constance Phelan, Jon Godwin Nathaniel Abejero, STEM 2, and Emmanuel Elsonroi Ardid, HUMSS 1, qualified for nationals. In the Grade 12 level, Nathaniel Magtibay, Dana Joseah Marie Alvarez of STEM 6 – Sister Mary Immaculate Concepcion Cahill, Padua, STEM 7, and Giselle Marie Buño of STEM 8 – Sister Mary Concepcion Conti will be competing in the national level of the said contest.
“It was my first time competing in any of the ASMEPPS contests, and to be able to win a place in the regional Science quiz, in which I participated, is such a big achievement for me; especially since my goal is to only challenge myself by trying new things, which I could say I did. There are times I fear I can’t make it, but despite this, the challenge continues and I will use these past experiences to prepare myself for the next level, the nationals,” Chai Riz Chavez, Science quiz 6th placer, stated.
18 out of the 18 representatives qualified and will proceed to the national level of the competition that will be conducted on February 11. All participants were mentored by Mrs. Mabel Calaluan for the Science Quiz, while Ms. Jean Valerie Collera handled the representatives of the Math Quiz.
Emmanuel Elsonroi Ardid