Sixty-three high school students from 7th to 12th grade shared their thoughts and perspectives on the 5Ps (Planet, Peace, Prosperity, People, and Partnership) of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) during this year's SGENeration Global Dialogues. It aims to create an awareness and deeper understanding of the UN SDGs and how they can contribute to their attainment in 2030.
Natalie Kaitlyn R. Ventenilla
South Mansfield College prides itself of the many achievements that Soaring Royals reap in both local and international competitions.
Natalie Kaitlyn R. Ventenilla (Grade 9 Integrity) attained Bronze in the 2021 World Mathematics Invitational Final Round.
World Mathematics Invitational (WMI) is the first international competition founded by Taiwan. It gathers institutes and organizations worldwide that make efforts in promoting and popularizing mathematics. Through interacting with other math- loving students that represent their countries, students can expand their worldview, experience different cultures, and thus their horizon as well as their future will be broaden.
WMI has gathered organizations from America, China, Taiwan, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Nigeria, Hong Kong, Macao, and Iran that give impetus to math education and popularization. The new friends from Bulgaria, India, Kazakhstan, Cambodia and Myanmar participate WMI in 2018. Australia, Brazil, Turkey, Vietnam, Mongolia and Laos participate WMI in 2019.
Nearly 20000 elites from all over the world attend WMI preliminary round in 2019, which make the final round both splendid and challenging. WMI final round was held in Seoul, Korea; Taipei, Taiwan; Guilin, China; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam ;Incheon, Korea and Fukuoka,Japan.
Senior High student wins in a national debate
South Mansfield College is committed to produce students who are proficient in English communication. Our students are highly capable of communicating their ideas and are coherent in their thoughts.
Last March 27, 2021, high school students joined the Beginners’ Interschool Debate Competition, STELLAR Forum. This event was sponsored by SABIO, the University of Asia and the Pacific’s Premier Scholars’ Organization in partnership with FORUM, UA&P’s debate organization.
In the said competition, our SHS student, Fatima Rabanera (Grade 11 Responsibility) was declared as Best Speaker. She proved her skill in articulating her ideas well to about a hundred participants.
Stellar FORUM is a competitive and selectual discourse formatted in a debate setting that caters to anyone unfamiliar with debate, but is interested in getting a glimpse of the standards set in a debate community.
Fatima’s team composed of Alekean Tabuzo (Grade 11 Responsibility) and Celena Espejo (Grade 11 Responsibility) was coached by Mr. Kit del Mundo.
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.