UASHS Students Gather for First Sports Fest

University of the Assumption Senior High School (UASHS) gathered to celebrate and compete in different athletic events and sports during their first sports festival held on October 12-14, 2016.

Organized by the UASHS Supreme Student Council, the theme of the event was “ISANLAKAS: Building Camaraderie and Fostering Unity with Fires in Our Hearts”.

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UASHS students from different strands formed the four (4) competing teams identified as Red Oxen, White Eagles, Blue Angels, and Yellow Lions as they tried besting each other in team sports and individual games. UASHS also held an aerobic exercise session participated by the faculty members and students.

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Dr. Violy Santos, UASHS principal, explained that the whole activity is helpful for students to alleviate their stresses from academics which is vital to their growth. “I could see that they enjoyed (the sports fest), and I think they needed it,” she added.

Santos also commended the UASHS Supreme Student Council for a job well-done in organizing the sports festival. “Their sense of responsibility is there…What we have now is not something perfect but what they have accomplished so far, exceeded our expectation,” she said.

In the end, the Red Oxen emerged as the Overall Champion. The Yellow Lions and White Eagles bagged the first and second runner-up awards respectively, while the Blue Angels were declared as the third runner-up.

Click here to see the list of winners

UASHS Remembers a Kapampangan Hero

The Grade 11 St. Joseph Benedict Cottolengo class paid tribute to Tiburcio Hilario in celebration of the hero’s 163rd birth anniversary through an exhibition of his significant achievements and important events in his life.

It was spearheaded by political science students under Mr. Cris Balingit who are enrolled in Humanities and Social Science (HUMSS) and General Academic (GA) strands in the UA Senior High School.

Tiburcio Hilario was born on August 11, 1853 in San Juan, San Fernando, Pampanga. He was imprisoned by the Spaniards and exiled in Siasi, Jolo because of his association with Dr. Jose Rizal.

He was elected military governor of Pampanga by the town presidents “at a time when Filipinos were hardly given the opportunity to have a voice in the government”. He stood out as the brain of the revolutionary movement in Pampanga. “He implanted the seeds of liberalism in Pampanga preserving, even in times of war, the human rights of the Filipino people.“ He is also known in history as the one who delivered the “emprestitos” or war loan amounting to one million silver pesos to General Antonio Luna to convince the Americans that the Filipinos are determined to achieve their independence.

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In 1903, he became very ill due to scarlet fever and died on February 18, 1903. His funeral was a fitting tribute to a man whose life was spent to service during the most trying times in Philippine history. The people who brought his remains to its final resting place were composed of the most privileged in Pampanga and the poor, but mostly of the latter, whom he had helped while serving the country.

The exhibit hoped to imbibe in the students of senior high school the value of love of country and dedicated concern for the common masses, also known today as those in the periphery.

*with report from UASHS

#ResearchGoals for UASHS

University of the Assumption Senior High School (UASHS) curriculum is geared towards the holistic development of students through its diversified and integrative subjects.

One of these is Practical Research 1 which is a course in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) strand. It aims to develop higher-order thinking skills which include critical thinking, reasoning and communication.

For the first quarter of the current semester, grade 11 students under STEM learned the basics of research: its nature, kinds and process. For their culminating activity for the first quarter of the current school year, students defended their thesis title before a panel of research specialists including the principal Dr. Violy Santos.

The students are being assisted by their teachers who are research specialists namely Mr. Jomari Pangilinan; Ma. Victoria D. Cunanan, R.Ph., MAED; and Ms. Menchu Lozano, DMD, MACD, PhD.

– by Mr. Jomari Pangilinan

Senior High Student-Officers Attend Leadership Seminar and Planning Workshop

The newly elected officers of the University of the Assumption Senior High School Student Council attended a leadership seminar and planning workshop on July 16, 2016.

The seminar-workshop was designed with two (2) goals as guide:

  1. To equip the student leaders with the right knowledge, attitude and skills; and
  2. To draw up activities for the current school year which are aligned to the vision, mission, strategic goals and quality policy of the university.

UASHS Principal Dr. Violy Fernanda Y. Santos facilitated the seminar-workshop together with the adviser of the council Ms. Angeles C. Yumul.

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The UASHS Student Council officers are:

President – Clarisse Vital

Vice President – Karl John Salac

Secretary – Paula Ricaestela Bautista

Treasurer – Clarise Gabarda

Auditor – Coline Carriedo

Business Manager – Vince Ivan Paul Gambao

PIO Internal – Diana Jean Mallari

PIO External – Arnel Mananghaya

According to Dr. Santos, the UASHS student council is “a powerhouse of leaders with bright ideas”. “Among their priorities are greening the senior high school grounds and active encouraging their fellow students to be actively involved in co-curricular activities and sports development,” she said.

Grade 11 Students Celebrate Feast of St. Camillus de Lellis

Grade 11 students enrolled under the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) track celebrate the feast of St. Camillus de Lellis on July 14.

St. Camillus de Lellis is the patron saint of the sick, nurses and nursing groups. He founded the Ministers of the Infirm, popularly known as the Camellians, whose members are dedicated to the care of the sick. He died on July 14, 1614. He was beatified in 1742 and canonized in 1746.

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Naming one section of the STEM classes under the patronage St. Camillus de Lellis is in accordance with Catholic tradition of invoking the intercession of the holy men and women.

The celebration aimed at promoting the devotion to the saint especially among the students who intend to pursue a degree in nursing and medicine or any of the allied medical programs. It was also designed to give the students to have a break from the challenging STEM curriculum and promote the five (5) Cs of education in the 21st century – creativity, collaboration, communication, critical thinking and cooperation – outside the confines of the classroom.

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The class had a nine (9) day novena in preparation for the feast of St. Camillus. On his feast day, a Holy Mass was held at the University Chapel with Fr. Israel Garcia as main celebrant. The festivity was capped with a shared lunch, boodle fight style, at the senior high school dining area.

UASHS List of Academic Scholars and ASF Grantees for AY 2016-2017

The University of the Assumption Senior High School (UASHS) has released the list of academic scholars and ASF grantees among its Grade 11 enrolees for academic year 2016-2017.

The list is comprised of 33 academic scholars and 64 ASF grantees.

Academic Scholarship is given to those who finished Grade 10 at the top of their class from any public and private junior high school.

UASHS academic scholars for AY2016-2017.

UASHS academic scholars for AY2016-2017.

It is in fulfillment of the mandate of the University of the Assumption to provide quality education to qualified but financially challenged students and in recognition of the outstanding academic performance in Junior High School of incoming Grade 11 students.

TOP 1 ACADEMIC SCHOLARS

Grade 10 finishers who ranked first in their class are awarded 100% discount on tuition, miscellaneous and other fees and a book allowance of P5,000 per year. The discount is given to them in cash if they are beneficiaries of the DepEd voucher.

Top 1 Academic Scholars

Top 1 Academic Scholars

The 16 academic scholars are as follows:

  1. Albez, Rickson C. – Christ In You Faith Christian Academy
  2. Amparo, Rhoel Reyner P. – St. Lucy School
  3. Antonio, Rose Therese – University of the Assumption
  4. Arcega, Shania Leen G. – Masantol High School
  5. Cordero, Jessie Lyn C. – Children of Fatima School of Sto. Tomas, Inc
  6. Devero, Maria Leissa L. – St. Vincent Academy of Apalit, Pampanga, Inc
  7. Due, Alessia Mae G. – Arayat Holy Child Educational Foundation, Inc
  8. Manalo, Oscar S. – San Carlos San Luis National High School
  9. Mananghaya Jr, Arnel M. – Pampanga High School
  10. Mariano, Freen B. – Candating High School
  11. Martin, Albert M. – Arayat Institute
  12. Mercado, Jenica C. – Mexico National High School
  13. Montalan, Cathleen – Infant Jesus Learning Center for Academic Studies, Inc
  14. Sunglao, Michael Lousie – Immaculate Conception Academy
  15. Tandang, Michaela F. – San Matias National High School
  16. Tongol, Kyle Cleoffer G. – Infant Jesus Academy

TOP 2 ACADEMIC SCHOLARS

UASHS grants 75% discount on tuition, miscellaneous and other fees to those who ranked 2 nd in grade 10.

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Top 2 Academic Scholars

Shown below are the names of the 11 top 2 academic scholars and the junior high schools where they came from:

  1. Amurao, Nicole C. – Diosdado Macapagal High School
  2. Banag, Xena Sophia T. – Sta. Cruz Academy
  3. Delos Santos, Grant Phill S. – San Carlos San Luis National High School
  4. Eligio, Cedrix Joshua – Exee Center for Arts School, Inc.
  5. Gamboa, Vince Ivan Paul D. – Arayat Holy Child Educational Foundation, Inc
  6. Ingal, Kimberly T. – Our Lady of Guadalupe School
  7. Lago, Lois Ann G. – St. Vincent Academy of Apalit, Pampanga, Inc
  8. Ramin, Anshrina Mei T. – University of the Assumption
  9. Sagum, Christine Joy O. – Adelle Grace Montessori School, Inc.
  10. Salac, Karl John – Camba High School
  11. Villalon, Hannah S. – Jesus is Lord Christian School Foundation

SCHOLARSHIP FOR TOP 3 TO 10 OF UAJHS

Grade 10 finishers of UAJHS who ranked 3 rd to 10 th place in their batch are entitled to 50% discount on all fees.

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UAGS Grade 10 finishers who ranked 3 to 10.

All 8 students are currently enrolled in the UASHS in the current academic year. Six (6) of them availed of the scholarship:

  1. Abagat, Gianne Pearl B.
  2. Elbo, Andrei John C.
  3. Fajardo, Piolo Gabriel Q.
  4. Jaochico, Joshua B.
  5. Manuel, Lianne Audrey L.
  6. Nogoy, Rodrigo John P.

The other two (2), Evaristo, Ma. Cyrilla Therese and Maglaque, Dina Marie P., are children of UA employees. They availed of the educational benefit for dependents of their parents.

ASF GRANTEES

The ASF GRANTEES are granted a 100% or 50% discount on all fees after deducting the DepEd voucher based on their financial status, intellectual ability and proven consistent academic performance.

ASF 5The grantees for academic year 2016-2017 are as follows:

ASF GRANTEES WITH 100% DISCOUNT:

  1. Antonio, Andrea Beatrice S.
  2. Bondoc, Lawrence L.
  3. Bonus, Sheena Mirela G.
  4. Bonus, Patricia Mariel D.
  5. Buenaobra, Vince Paul
  6. Cabrera, Meg
  7. Changcoco, Shainna Mae
  8. David, Ysabel Gail
  9. David, Precious Ivane Q.
  10. De Ramos, Aliah Ricah V.
  11. Due, Alliah M.
  12. Flores, Gie Ann Nicole
  13. Gutierrez, Innah Dominique Y.
  14. Mallari, Jeremy D.
  15. Malonzo, Nicole Kate A.
  16. Manio, Jaime Nicole A.
  17. Marcial, Ma. Rizel R.
  18. Medina, Ericka Mae Y.
  19. Mercado, Jenica C.
  20. Navarro, Aila C.
  21. Pacheco, Francia Christine C.
  22. Pagibitan, Ricca Vee R.
  23. Pahimnayan, Joyce R.
  24. Quiambao, Rameses S.
  25. Quiambao, Krizia Mae C.
  26. Quiambao, Jazzmine Nicole E.
  27. Quitalig, Carl Nino V.
  28. Regala, Christian Jaron Z.
  29. Rosal, Rialyn M.
  30. Salvador, Krianne Jhoye R.
  31. Sison, Neil Mark D.
  32. Soriano, Eriel Justin R.
  33. Supnet, Kasper Jane N.
  34. Tayag, Alliah M.
  35. Tayag, Francina Elaine G.
  36. Teodoro, Eugene Love M.
  37. Tiongson, Andrea C.
  38. Tuazon, Bea Maren T.
  39. Tumang, Mary Joyce G.
  40. Vergara, Trina Elice J.
  41. Villanueva, Edrian P.
  42. Vital, Clarisse Joy D.

ASF GRANTEES WITH 50% DISCOUNT

  1. Agustin, Dustin Lawrence A.
  2. Albez, Rickson C.
  3. Asuncion, James Randolf R.
  4. Bondoc, Miguel Antonio S.
  5. Cordero, Jessielyn C.
  6. Dalay, Jovy G.
  7. David, Ana Paulyn M.
  8. De Chavez, Paulo James M.
  9. Dichoso, Angielou T.
  10. Duenas, Ludwig Flea Domingo B.
  11. Garcia, Christian Lloyd D.
  12. Guarin, Arnon B.
  13. Hong, Jose Angelo G.
  14. Manlapaz, Arminz C.
  15. Manlutac, Jinelle S.
  16. Mesina, Jan Carlo R.
  17. Morales, Abraham D.
  18. Ocampo, Hershey Rose M.
  19. Pangan, Mark John Paul G.
  20. Reyes, Ryann N.
  21. Reyes, Franz Edwincher V.
  22. Santos, Benjo Z.
  23. Tiongco, Paolo Adriel G.
  24. Viray, Bernadine Y.
  25. Velasquez, Allen Charles D.

For more information about the Scholarship and Grants Program of the UASHS, please click here.

Re-Opening of Application for Senior High School Voucher Program

The Department of Education announced today on their website the reopening of application for the Senior High School (SHS) Voucher Program on April 22, 2016 for incoming Grade 11 students from private junior high schools which are not Education Service Contracting (ESC) grantees.

The SHS Voucher Program provides subsidy to students who would like to pursue SHS education in private schools. Grade 10 completers from public junior high schools and private schools who are ESC grantees are automatic qualifiers.

According to DepEd,

“all applications must be done strictly online by accessing the online voucher portal (OVAP) of the Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC) at http://ovap.deped.gov.ph”.

Applications will be accepted from April 22 to May6, 2016 only and the results will be announced on or before May 20, 2016. The deadline for application is non-extendable.

For your concerns and queries regarding the ESC and SHS Voucher programs, please email gastpe@deped.gov.ph or call the DepEd Action Center at (02) 636-1663 or (02) 633-1942.