Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Tapulanga Foundation's First Senior High School Scholars

Tapulanga Foundation awarded its first Senior High School scholarship to 18 scholar graduates of St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City last March 2016. 
Sydney Bañola 
University of Negros Occidental - Recoletos, Bacolod City
"Senior high school is exciting for me because I encounter people with different personalities and I am challenged to face different problems in school." by Sydney Bañola

Jonel Mahinay - Silay Institute

(L-R) Jasper Ferreras, Angelico Abo and Oliver Boiser
La Consolacion College - Bacolod
 "It's been so much fun because it is an opportunity for us to show the talents we have and most especially we meet new friends." by Jasper Ferreras

(L-R) Reymart Navaritte, Micah Rinell Ramirez and Michael Varela
 Riverside College, Bacolod City
"I have learned to be independent and I have been given the opportunity to share my talent in singing." by Micah Rinell Ramirez

Top (L-R) Nicole Varela, Danilo Villanueva, Jr., Alondra Sadio
Bottom (L-R) Miguel Eusala, Glend Intor, Christian Salvacion, Aaron Gonzales, 
Agazelen Belgira, Alyza Gentolio and Marlyn Bernasol
Liceo de La Salle, Bacolod City
"What I like the most in Liceo is that they have a lot of nice places there where I can can spend my vacant time like the huge coliseum, the covered courts, the grandstand, the forum, and the canteens. I also like the way of they teach where teacher use the projector for the students to understand the lessons well." by Christian James Salvacion

"At first, it's so hard to adjust with the new culture but when I found my new friends, they helped me to adopt the new environment and culture." by Danilo Villanueva, Jr.

"Studying at Liceo is a great oppurtunity and experience for a scholar like me.  My happiest experience so far is enjoying the Liceo Olympics last December 12-16. It was a week of friendship and memorable things." by Glend Entor

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