In a stunning display of linguistic prowess and communication finesse, High School students stood tall on the international stage, clinching numerous accolades at the Asian English Olympics 2024 held at Binus University in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The exceptional achievements of these students not only brought immense pride to their department but also affirmed their status as emerging stars in the competitive realm of English language competitions.
Rafaella Maligaya Claims 1st Runner Up and Best in Round Table Topic – HUMSS 2A Rafaella Maligaya, a beacon of eloquence, secured the prestigious 1st runner-up position in the Speech category. Her ability to captivate the audience was further acknowledged as she earned the title of Best in Round Table Topic among the other participants. This dual recognition not only showcases her individual brilliance but also underscores the outstanding educational environment of the High school department.
Jaurice Margaret Macalalad and Ann Margaret F. Lumanglas Shine Bright In the Newscasting category, High School Lyceans continued their triumphant journey. Jaurice Margaret Macalalad, with her impeccable delivery, secured the 1st runner-up position and added another feather to her cap by being named the Best News Reader.
Simultaneously, Ann Margaret F. Lumanglas dominated the competition, emerging as the undisputed champion in Newscasting. Their success not only reflects their individual commitment but also highlights the school’s dedication to molding articulate and poised communicators.
Radio Drama Excellence
First Runner-Up Team Shines in Collaboration The Radio Drama category witnessed an exceptional performance by the 1st runner-up team from High School department. Collaboratively, Josh Johncy O. Ramirez (ABM 2A), Jaurice Margaret Malabanan Macalalad (HUMSS 2A), Jethro Emanuelle E. Perez (HUMSS 2A), Antoinette Frances E. Ortega (HUMSS 2A), and Antonette Joy B. Aclan (Junior High School 10 – Isaac Newton) crafted a captivating production, securing their well-deserved position as the 1st runner-up. Short Story Writing Brilliance: Franz Vinaei G. Escobio among the Top 5 Finalists In the realm of creative writing, Franz Vinaei G. Escobio from STEM MED 2A demonstrated exceptional storytelling prowess, earning a coveted spot among the Top 5 finalists in the Short Story Writing category. Her ability to weave compelling narratives further exemplifies the diverse talents cultivated within the walls of High School department.
A special acknowledgment goes to Mr. Dan Emerson V. Desiderio, the Area Chair for Languages and Social Sciences, who served as the guiding force and coach for these exceptional competitors. His dedication and mentorship have played a pivotal role in shaping these students into accomplished individuals on the global stage.
The entire High School department community joins in celebrating these remarkable achievements, extending heartfelt congratulations to the students for their unwavering dedication, tireless efforts, and exemplary representation on the global stage.
The triumphs at the Asian English Olympics 2024 not only affirm the school’s commitment to academic excellence but also serve as an inspiring testament to the bright future awaiting these young linguists as they continue to make a lasting impact in the world of English language competitions.