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Bacolod City, PhilippinesWednesday, November 28, 2012
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UNO-R High School to
undergo accreditation

A survey team from the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities will be at the University of Negros Occidental–Recoletos High School Department today and tomorrow, for the accreditation process of the department headed by Fr. Eduardo Celiz, a press release from the school said.

The team is composed of Debra Liamzon, chair, representing the area on administration; Rosie Moscoso for faculty; Myrna Abiog, instruction; Victorina Soria, library; Vicente Araneta, laboratories and physical plant; Frances Almario, student services; Socorro Laplana, school and community; and Rose Asoy as PAASCU representative, the press release added.

Meanwhile, UNO-R High School Bath 2012 alumnus and Eagle scout, Jemar Xavier Magno del Castillo, passed the Board of Review for the Boy Scouts of the Philippines Gold Anahaw Award recently, the press release also said.

He is the first awardee of Bacolod City, and received the bronze and silver Anahaw awards in the past years. Del Castillo also received the Catholic Scout–Philippines Ave Maria Cross Award earlier this month, the press release said.

He is the son of Jerry and Margiolina Magno del Castillo of Bacolod City, it added.*

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17 pass teachers’ exams

Seventeen graduates of La Consolacion College Bacolod passed the Licensure Examinations for Teachers given by the Professional Regulations Commission in September, a press release from the school said.

The passers were Ma. Riffy Joy Abangan, Christine Joy Arcan, Regin Biaco, Jebcie Capunong, Decerie Casimero, Jay Bee Dasillo, Aturo Garcia III, Freya Lois Libajan, Bryan Medel, Genevieve Pabalate, April Jo Palaanog, Liluna Reunir, Janrae Sanicas, Alvin Sebetero, Ritchel Villacanas, Lyndon Villaceran and Randy Villas.

They will be recognized in the baccalaureate commencement exercises of the school in March 2013, the press release said.

Meanwhile, School of Liberal Arts and Education dean, Randdie Cuelo, said that, based on the Board examination results, LCC is among the top performing schools in Negros Occidental with overall higher school performances against the national passing rates.

LCC, with a performance rating of 76.47 percent, ranked next to the University of St. La Salle, that garnered the top spot with an 88.89 percent performance rating, the press release also added.*

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