SPCSHS: ANG TAHANAN NG MGA TUNAY NA KAMPEON – Nasa larawan sina Sandy Marie B. Belarmino, Geri Mae A. Tolentino at Catherine A. Maranan (ikalwa, ikatlo at ika-apat mula sa kaliwa) matapos na umani ng unang karangalan sa iba’t-ibang timpalak paligsahan na nilahukan ng mga naturang 4th year student ng San Pablo City Science High School (SPCSHS). Kasama rin sa larawan ang kanilang mga guro na sina Venus B. Endozo (dulong kaliwa), Maria Ruby A. Mendoza (ikalwa mula sa kanan) at Bb. Rosette Hernandez (dulong kanan). Wala sa larawan si Sherilyn Dyan Sanchez na nagkamit rin ng unang karangalan sa ginanap na POP Quiz ng POPCOM noong nakaraang Linggo. (Jonathan Aningalan/CIO-San Pablo)
San Pablo City – The San Pablo City Science High School (SPCSHS) reaped awards and recognitions as it reeled various regional and national competitions this month of September.
SPCSHS humbled Pasig City Science High School and Tabaco National High School at National Finals of 2008 Maritime Essay Writing Contest to 2nd and 3rd place respectively when Geri Mae A. Tolentino bested all other nine regional participants. The theme of the contest was “Go Zero – Zero Maritime Pollution, Zero Maritime Incidents”, and was held in Manila, September 23.
Earlier on, Sherilyn Dyan Sanchez topped the POPCOM sponsored Division Population Quiz Contest held at Rizal Hall of Central School here and set to represent the city to CALABARZON Regional Pop Quiz this coming October in San Juan, Batangas.
As of presstime, Sandy Marie B. Belarmino outwitted other essayists with her piece “Fathers and Families, Challenges and Responsibilities” in City Population Office 2008 Essay Writing Contest. Appropriate ceremonial honor was given at One Stop Processing Center, Capitol Compound, this city.
SPCSHS confirmed its supremacy in the field of Science when Catherine A. Maranan outsmarted representatives of all high schools of the division. It earned her an exclusive slot for the 29th National Science Quiz Bee Competition.
SPCSHS was founded in 2004 as fulfillment of visions of City Mayor Vicente B. Amante on providing a home to especially gifted students of this City. (RAMIL BUISER)