SLR Batch 2014 Celebrates Success

  • Graduation is a milestone in every graduate’s life. It signifies success in overcoming all challenges that every child experiences in his daily life and studies. SLR recognizes its students’ achievements and contribution to the school’s mission and vision.

    Every year, SLR conducts its Graduation Exercises and Recognition Program. On March 26, 2014, the Recognition Program for the Undergraduate pupils/students from the main campus and Holy Angel Village branch was held. Dr. Lourdes M. Javier, SLR’s School Head, gave the welcome remarks and congratulated all the awardees, their parents...

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SY 2013-2014 Culminates with an Achievement Program at SM Pampanga

“Galing SanLo, Proud Ako!” was the battle cry of the students of San Lorenzo Ruiz Center of Studies and Schools in their Achievement Program held on March 20, 2014 at the SM Pampanga Event Center. The event highlighted the best of SLRians showcasing their talents, skills and other forms of intelligences. Parents and guardians were entertained by the variety of numbers prepared by the students.

The program started at 1:30 P.M. with a doxology performed by selected members of the SLR Dance Troupe.

A musical presentation of nursery rhymes was performed by the preschoolers while the primary pupils entertained the audience with their Disney Musical number. Pupils from the Holy Angel Village Branch made a dramatic reading of the piece entitled “Something to Remember”.

The high schools students also presented some Kapampangan numbers which include a declamation entitled “Lugud King Labuad” by Gat Andres Bonifacio; a Crissotan entitled “Ninu Ing Dapat Sisian King Amanung Sisuan Matatda Na.” The Intermediate Grades pupils featured different famous Kapampangan songs with interpretation which made their presentation more entertaining. Aside from these, song numbers and band rendition were performed by selected high school students.

Their bodily-kinesthetic intelligence was shown through the dance numbers presented by the third year students and the winners in the Mr. and Ms. Talent in the Search for Mr. and Ms. Campus Personality, Nicole Calica and Patricia Alyana Macalino. Mr. and Ms. Campus Personality 2013 winners, Hilmar Trinidad and Jenikka Bundalian walked confidently on stage dressed in elegant attire.

Truly, the SLRians shine not only in their academic performance but also in their God given talents.


SLR is PAASCU Accredited

The founders’ passion for excellence led them to continuously seek ways and means to upgrade the school’s educational programs and services.

Through the direction of one of the founders of SLR, Dr. Elizabeth Y. Manugue, then Director for Organizational Development at the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), the school underwent an Organizational Analysis on its tenth year in SY 2001-2002. The findings inspired the founders to move on in its quest for excellence. It applied for accreditation with the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) in SY 2002-2003.

After undergoing the Self- Survey Evaluation in SY 2004-2005, SLR was subjected to a Preliminary Survey on August 2-3, 2005. This led to the granting of Level I Status by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) upon recommendation of the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU).

Out & About

Three HS Students take home all major awards in a National Contest

Every year, the Diwa Learning System, Inc. conducts its Gawad Tambuli. Part of this year’s event is the Pambansang Patimpalak sa Malikhaing Pagsulat which is open to all high school students nationwide.

The theme for this year is “Pilipino Ka. . . Ipagmalaki Mo.” SLR students who excel in writing were encouraged to join the said contest. The students wrote about Filipinos who succeeded and became well-known all over the world because of their talents, achievements and contributions in their chosen fields.

From among all the participants in the contest nationwide, three HS students bagged all the major awards namely Ma. Ana Christina S. Tantengco (1st Place), Kate Valerie E. Aquino ( 2nd Place) and Stefanie Janne Chelsea C. Galang (3rd Place).

The winners were awarded with medals and their works were published in the issue of the Kaluskos/ Tambuli journal. More importantly, they were published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on February 25, 2014.

The winners together with their coach, Mrs. Riza Marie D. Mercado, and some administrators were also invited to watch the Pasiklaban sa Paaralan National Level Contest at the Mind Museum on March 15 in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City

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