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SMC Royals shine in SGEN Music and Monologues

South Mansfield Royals showcased their talents in the performing arts and captured the hearts of the judges and audience during the SGEN Music and Monologues 2022.

Last April 8, 2022, Special Awards in the Monologue Category were given to the students who presented the monologue prior to the performance of the solo singing. Jeremiah Revecho (Grade 11 Responsibility) was awarded the Francisco Balagtas Awards for being a “makata” in presenting his piece. On the other hand, Fatima Rabanera (Grade 12 Excellence) was awarded the Most Expressive Performance Monologue.

For the Musical/Broadway Category, Reggie Mae Novelo (Grade 12 Excellence) was the Grand Champion with her rendition of Speechless by Naomi Scott from the movie Aladdin. Reggie Mae also got the People’s Choice Award for having obtained the most reactions in the YouTube Channel of SSIS Malarayat. She bested other contestants from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), Stonyhurst Southville International School Batangas City (SSIS-B), Stonyhurst Southville International School Lipa City (SSIS-M), and the Asian SEED Academy of Technology (ASAT).

In the Pop Category, Hannah Zuñiga (Grade 9 Integrity) proudly represented South Mansfield College.

The Music and Monologues aims to create a venue for SGEN students to showcase their talents in the performing arts. It highlights singing and acting through monologues and songs.

SMC Royal receives Silver as recipient of 10 MOST

South Mansfield College equips students the necessary skills and values to become movers of society through the AVID (academic excellence, values excellence, interpersonal sensitivity, and drive and discipline to achieve) in a vibrant and caring learning environment. Students are exposed to different experiences where they grow not only as intellectuals but also as men and women with hearts of service. With the growth mindset and grit that the school would like to inculcate, students develop the character of high effort, passion, and perseverance.

Last March 24, 2022, Marie Gabrielle Opiña of Grade 10 Resilience competed in the 2022 Ten MOST sponsored by the City Government of Muntinlupa and was chosen as a recipient of the prestigious award. Abbie ranked high in the IQ test and in the talent competition and interview where she got the nod of the judges with her wit and intelligence.

Abby, as she is fondly called, is a consistent academic awardee and a campus leader. She is currently the Supreme Student Council’s Vice President for Internal Affairs. Having the interpersonal sensitivity, she took on leadership roles that teenagers of her age would just dream about. Together with her friends, Abby co- founded the Bridges Organization, a youth organization which aims to create a bridge so that people can walk towards the other side and see the perspective from across, in order for individuals to relate, understand, and empathize.

The ‘Ten Muntinlupa Outstanding Students (MOST)’ gives recognition and honor to talented and academically excellent students in all public and private high schools of Muntinlupa.

SMC Royals showcase grit in competitions

After an overwhelming academic achievement in the past terms, our High School students demonstrated grit and passion in different academic competitions.

Kudos to John Cody Palaganas (Grade 9 Integrity) for advancing to the final round of the Philippine Biology Olympiad. The PBO was organized by the Department of Biology of the Ateneo de Manila University, and the Ateneo Biological Organization – eXplore. eXperience. eXcel. It is a premier Biology convention for Grade 7-12 students in high school that aims to cultivate excellence and appreciation in the life sciences through activities that test one’s theoretical knowledge and practical skills in various areas of Biology. The PBO selects the four (4) student representatives of the country for the International Biology Olympiad (IBO), which will be held in Yerevan, Armenia next year.

The team was also composed of Amos Cruz (Grade 9 Integrity), Alyssa Jao (Grade 12 Excellence), and Whischelle Ama )(Grade 11 Responsibility).

Another competition that our amazing Royals joined in the past weeks is the 19th Word Cup National Journalism Contest. The event took place last March 26-27, 2022.

Our team was composed of Fatima Rabanera (Grade 12 Excellence) and Hannah Makinano (Grade 12 Excellence) for Editorial Writing, Gielian Suyat (Grade 8 Commitment) and Rafael Joaquin Masicat (Grade 9 Integrity) for News Writing, Amos Cruz (Grade 9 Integrity), Celena Espejo (Grade 12 Excellence), Krishna Mana (Grade 7 Altruism), and Mia Arellano (Grade 9 Integrity) for Feature Writing, and Angelica Sualog (Grade 12 Excellence), Alyssa Jao (Grade 12 Excellence), and Augustine Raphael Abanador (Grade 7 Justice) for Photo-Journalism.

The event aims to enhance the writing and photography skills of teachers and students, recognize and award exemplary work, and get quality outputs published in national media.

Ladia and Espejo win in the SGEN Debate Cup

South Mansfield Royals have once again exuded their skills in English communication and Last February 12, 2022, Amatheus Ladia (Grade 10 Resilience) and Celena Espejo (Grade 12 Excellence) competed in the SGEN Debate Cup and bagged First Runner-Up.

Celena and Amatheus demonstrated their skills in the art of argumentation, articulation, and advocacy skills. They bested students from Stonyhurst Southville International School Malarayat Campus, Southville International School and Colleges, and the Asian SEED Academy of Technology.

The SGEN Debate, organized by Southville International School and College (SISC), aims to foster camaraderie among high schools students in SGEN Schools and promote critical thinking as well as the development of oral communication
skills.

SMC students qualify for the International Math global finals

South Mansfield College Royals once again proved that excellence in Mathematics is within their reach.

Twelve (12) students across levels showed that they can be on a par with international standards in Mathematics as they obtained certificates and are qualified for the Global Rounds of the Singapore . Their impressive performance in the 2021 SINGA Math Competition gave them the ticket for the global rounds.

Singapore Math is renowned worldwide however to stay at the top , it needs constant energy and challenge that gave birth to SINGA Math. The global finals will be on February 27, 2022.

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