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MC's ADMU passing rate is very high, DLSU's a given
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MC's ADMU passing rate is very high, DLSU's a given
The 9th Youth for Environment Summer (YES) Camp comes at a time when we all need to be prepared to respond to natural calamities. Typhoons, droughts, floods, landslides and the likes that hit our country served to remind us of our vulnerability and helplessness. The recent tragedies in the world over underscored the necessities for us to be ready at all times. The question is – “are we truly ready?”
With the theme "Ako ay Handa", YES CAMP responds to this question on May 1-5, 2011 at the Teachers Camp, Baguio City National High School and CAP John Hay Trade and Cultural Center in Baguio City. This year's event will focus on inculcating Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Preparedness among the Filipino Youth. It is anchored on the implementation of Republic Act. No. 9512 and Republic Act No. 9729 also known as the Environmental Awareness and Education Act of 2008 and the Climate Change Act of 2009, respectively.
The YES CAMP is a joint project of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Special Concerns Officer-Youth Desk (DENR-SCO-Youth Desk), Kabataang Sama-Samang Maglilingkod, Inc. (KASAMA), Miriam Public Education and Awareness Campaign for the Environment (PEACE) and the Department of Education through the Center for Students and Co-Curricular Affairs (DepEd-CSCA). It promises fun and interactive plenary and breakout sessions, environmental contests, outdoor games, other learning activities and exciting evening extravaganza.
The YES CAMP is open to all pupils and students from public and private schools, officers and members of various school-based organizations including teachers, principals, Education and District Supervisors, and other education officials nationwide. The Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Officers at all levels are also highly encouraged to attend based on the DILG Memorandum circular 2010-139 issued by DILG Secretary Jesse M. Robredo. Interested parties may visit the DepEd-CSCA website (www.deped-csca.com) or DepEd-CSCA Facebook Fan page (www.facebook.com/csca.deped) for the copy of the DepEd Memorandum No. 33 s. 2011. CHED has also endorsed YES Camp through a memorandum from CHED Chairperson Patricia B. Licuanan dated February 15, 2011.
JOIN THE CAMP NOW AND BE PREPARED!
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im a scholastican and im proud to say that.actually ssa pampanga ako..some may say that scholasticans are "maarte" ..well *** san school naman may mga maarte dba?dont think in general kse may mga tibo sa scho..haha LOL once u enter st.scho mahirap pigilan ang sariling magka crush sa babae..pero crsuh lg nmn.paglabas nmn ng scho nwwla nmn ang pagkaboyish..scholasticans are very creative and smart!we had our activity in school wherein seniors were asked to design their dresses using recycled materials..dito maglalaban laban ang ibat ibang section and im pretty amazed by their effort and ideas.we practice simplicity of lifestyle..minsan nga OA na e.siguro tingin na ng ibang school saamin cheap kse the school doesn't spend much money on things which aren't really needed.pero kung education ang pinaguusapan ..ang st.scho ang panalo..im a senior and nkkstress ****.too much work and super mababa magbigay ng grades kaya nappressure kme.sbe nga ng mga alumni pagkalabas daw ng scho super taas daw ng grades nila and i know most of the students are very successful *** ibang average lg sa scho ngayon kasali na sa mga listahan ng mga matatalino..kung graduate ka sa st.scho ng highschool for sure gagaan ang buhay mo sa college.we're not born leaders pero ang st.scho ang nagtuturo kung pano maging isang ganap na leader..our benedictine motto (ora et labora -pray and work) maganda ** nmn ang mga ibang school pero ang bet ko ay st.scho .we have our own opinions and points of view pls wag na manlait ng ibang school.respeto lang
st.scho syempre..i have to admit na before i took the test in st.scho medyo ayoko magaral dun kse a lot of people judge the students who go there.they say that they are MAARTE..well they're WRONG!) kapasok ko ng scho nahirapan ako magadjust kse nga exclusive for girls and *** education.nahirapan ako pero okay na ako ngayon..i love my school..sobrang ayoko pa mag graduate..forever scholastican ako)
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I'm from batch 2012 and I had a fantastic stay in Poveda. We may speak English most of the time, but HEY we have a lot of activities where speaking Filipino is required. Intrams were the best because our entire batch FLASH MOBBED in the middle of the field. The curriculum is excellent and we have IWs (Individual Work) where we have to run to other classes just to do "cards" (consider them mini projects).
HAHA super duper biased, but hey I love my school
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Well,some UAAP Volleyball superstars are products of St.Scho! See for example:
Jessey de Leon(UST)
St. Scho should definitely be an option!
biancahilton02, haha, you nailed it. I'm a mapuan and i had exes from poveda, assumption and aca. Its ****ed up, theyre even more liberated than me being an ******* ^^
You can handpicked the high maintenance disciplined ones, pero meron talagang malalanding girls, i hate those craps, and i ended up dumping them all. Yes ME the guy, dumping them.
I wish natututukan nila mga daughters nila, naawa ako.. lolokohin yan ng mga pro pervs or pedos, and yeah i know many of them being manipulated. So please yung mga maglalagay ng anak nila sa mga all girls school, more guidance..
You guys are bashing these exclusive all-girls school, and how many are you have actually been in them?
I respect objectified opinions, but only if they have factual basis.
If your basis comes from experiences from a member of one of these schools then that doesn't count, because they are not the sole representatives.
You're all idiots if you think one school is better than the other based on their students, and you're even bigger idiots if you blame the whole student population based on one individual's action.
In Tagalog, ***** KAYONG LAHAT.
View the thread, the people posting that says "I like all schools, they're all actually nice" ARE FROM THE SCHOOLS.
Because we've met one another, YES YOU *****ES I GO TO ONE OF THEM. I guess by now you can tell which.
I love all these schools, they're my sister schools. Poveda, Assumption, ICA, SPCP, SSC. They're all the same goddamnit.
Stop being so immature and get a life you losers
Best High Schools for girls for me based on my personal observation and also based on my other friends opinion
1st in the list
St. Scholastica Manila= most of them are articulate and pretty but humble.
2nd in the list:
Woodrose PAREF= girls from this school are
elite and articulate
3rd in the list:
Assumption San Lorenzo= girls are same league of Woodrose and St. Scho Manila
4th in the list:
Poveda Learning Center = girls speak Spanish fluently and pretty.
5th in the list I.C.A greenhills
Chinese school. most of them are math wizards
the rest like
St.Paul's Pasig, Miriam and Holy Spirit are also good schools