|Jaycee Tibajia, IPSJ batch 06-07 valedictorian
Good news for
IPSJ, Jaycee Tibajia is making right in MAPUA. From 3000 students who took the exam in Chemistry, he got the 7th place which means to say that IPSJ still can produce
graduates who achieved quality education.
IPSJ graduates are making names in the different universities were they studying
now. The main thing here is, the problem is not from the teacher but mostly, it is with the students if they study their lessons
very well or not.
Jaycee A. Tibajia now is doing well in his studies in MAPUA, getting perfect scores in the different
subjects he took if not one mistake or two. The need for the students, is to be conscientious in their studies whoever their
teacher is and not let other people ruin your life.
All students are given freedom to study well and get high grades
even without clinging to teachers. And from teachers to be just among their students, there should not be the so-called FAVORITISM.
has been the Editor-in-Chief of the school paper last 2006, today in MAPUA, he is tapped as one of the writers in their school
paper. His professor in english was surprised by the essay he wrote in his exam paper.
Essay writing is one of the
important aspects in College life, because this is where a student is tested whether he/she understood what he/she is reading.
One can memorize even the period of the text but never understood what it means is a great MISTAKE.
THE CHALLENGE FOR
OUR STUDENTS, READ AND STUDY AND WRITE AND ORGANIZES YOUR THOUGTS -TO LIFE.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL NEWLY ELECTED S.G.O. OFFICERS FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 08-09
These is the list of the new S.G.O officers, from President to representatives:
President: Ayman L. Andig
Vice President: Ayman Saga
Secretary: Aleah Tago
Auditor: Ireneo Dela Cruz
Treasurer: Terrence Dela Cruz
P.R.O.: Mariam Kristelle Macabanding
Bus. Manager: Saida M. Dalos
Sgt. @ Arms: Fatima Bantuas
Grade 4: Fahad Abing
Grade 5: Natacha Boaphuan
Grade 6: Chacris Boaphuan
1st Year: Myel Pulgo
2nd Year: Monette Morante
3rd Year: Ranessa Lim
4th Year: Princess Grace B. Edem