Congratulations to Mark Gregory Chua (04) who recently graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a double degree. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for June, 2008
By Coach Remyr T. Angeles
“to be better today than who we were yesterday….”
As the first diver, swimming with all his might, Keane Ting swam valiantly against swimmers double his size and age in the 4 x 50 Stairstep Freestyle Relay during the PCA Swim Meet held last May 31 - June 1, 2008. Read the rest of this entry »
by Mrs. Julie Cruz, HS Science Department Chairperson
The following is Mrs. Julie Cruz’s reflection on being an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion after she was commissioned to be a minister last June 18, 2008 during the Mass of the Holy Spirit.
My love affair with the Holy Eucharist started 22 years ago. It all began with a question coming from my scientific mind. Read the rest of this entry »
by Gov. Dakila Carlo Cua (XS ‘95), Governor of Quirino
Photo by: Huxley Yu, Stallion Photographer
The following speech was delivered by Gov. Dakila Cua (XS ‘95) during the High School Reading of Honors where he was invited to be the guest speaker. The event was held at the HS gym last June 18, 2008.
Try not to become a man of success but a man of value! Let me say it again: Try not to become a man of SUCCESS but a man of VALUE. These are the words of Albert Einstein. Read the rest of this entry »
The following was delivered by Mrs. Jane Cacacho, HS Principal, during her welcome address at the HS Reading of Honors last June 18, 2008.
School successes, because they are hard won, are always causes for celebration. And today’s Reading of Honors is one such celebration. Read the rest of this entry »
The following guest speaker introduction was delivered by Mr. Alemberg Ang (XS ’95) during the High School Reading of Honors last June 18, 2008. Mr. Ang and Gov. Cua were high school batchmates in Xavier School.
Dakila. Isang pang-uri na nangangahulugang “nakatatawag ng pagpipitagan o paghanga ng iba.” “May mataas na uri ng karangalan.” Read the rest of this entry »
by Ms. Rosie Moscoso, HS Math Department Chairperson
Proficiency in Math and Science has become a primary concern among educational institutions.
Ed: Introduction of Fr. Joseph Sia given by his former teacher, Mrs. Benita Ngo, during the Mass of the Holy Spirit for the High School, June 18, 2008.Good morning everyone, I would like to thank the people who invited me here this morning to give me the greatest opportunity to introduce and embrace this great former student of mine. Read the rest of this entry »
Ed: Sent by Vernalyn Cayanan Fontenot as comment last June 17.
I was known as Binibining Cayanan in the Filipino Department during my teaching vocation in Xavier School from 2000-20005. Read the rest of this entry »
It has become a tradition in Xavier School to begin the school year with a Mass of the Holy Spirit to strengthen the community with God’s presence on earth. Read the rest of this entry »