Congratulations Rosea Marie Monsay for qualifying as one of the 10 Outstanding Students of 2019!
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Congratulations CSAV Titans for winning NOPPSCEA Season 38 Men's Basketball Championship!
The Christmas Celebration was formally opened with a Lights On event (Christmas Display) at Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias on December 7, 2018. This event included a prayer and reflection, a Christmas carol from Criminology and Education Students, then proceeded the countdown for the lighting of various Christmas trees made by CSAV students. The materials used for the decorations are mostly recycled and indigenous to promote simplicity and creativity.
A Christmas celebration is not complete without the spirit of giving, thus, Ananians showed their support to the adopted community through Gift-Giving activity on December 15, 2018 at Brgy. 6 (Poblacion), Victorias City. This activity includes feeding program, giving of goods, and games for both children and parents which are facilitated by CSAV faculty and staff, SSC officers, and student-volunteers from IS, SHS, and College Department. A partner institution, (Junior Chamber International-Philippines) extended their support in making this event possible.
3rd Pinning Ceremony
Colegio de Sta.Ana de Victorias held its 3rd Pinning Ceremony of the following courses: BEED, AB English, BS Psychology, BS Criminology, BS Office Administration, and BS accounting Technology on December 7, 2018. This program intends to officially deploy and prepare students to their respective on-the-job training environment, and former interns (who are now graduates) shared their experiences and testimonies. The ceremony was concluded by candle-lighting, an oath of service, and singing of the Alma Mater song.
Arts and Sciences Days
The Arts and Sciences Department held its 1st Arts and Sciences Days on December 6-7, 2018, with AB English, BS Social Work, and BS Psychology Students. This event started with a ribbon cutting, booth exhibit, Christmas carol competition, essay-writing, and poster-making contest.
We are now ISO 9001:2015 Certified
CSAV-Titans journeys again in NOPSSCEA College Basketball Tournament
During last year’s NOPSSCEA Season 37 Basketball Tournament, the Titans who represented Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias won as champions for the first time in the College-Men Category. This year, they are competing against prestigious schools in Negros Occidental, some of which they have faced before. The schedule of the games for elimination rounds has started on November 22, 2018, also marked the opening games of the tournament. The team won in five games each against Asian College of Aeronautics, VMA Global College, UNO-Recoletos, University of St. La Salle, La Consolacion College-B, but lost against STI-West Negros University. Their last game will be against Colegio de San Agustin-Bacolod on November 30, 2018.
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SSC President's New Perception
By Mary Anthonette Jasmin
“Being the SSC President means being the leader, it doesn’t mean that I give commands or orders to my fellow officers. It also means that I stand as their leader, not their boss.” Says Ms. Lady Third S. Pagayonan, 20, a fourth year AB English Student and the elected SSC President of CSAV for the school Year 2018-2019. She has also been a part of the Council in the previous school years as the P.I.O. (in her 2nd Year) and as the Vice President (in the 3rd Year). This School Year, she decided to be a part of the council once more and for the last time. She stated that it’s not about what inspires her, but it’s all about her fellow officers who dreamed big with her. Perseverance, dedication, and willingness are the things in her mind as she stood her ground during the Election Day. For her, hardships may differ in terms of position, but it’ll always be the same in terms of failures and achievements.
She said, “SSC President is just a title, it doesn’t give me the authority of giving commands and orders … we still follow certain rules.” Also, she joined various beauty pageants. She’s always been a dreamer, and she doesn’t mind what other people might say as long as she knows herself more than anyone else. “I’m not a beauty queen. I’m just a beautiful student Council president and being a leader is my crown.”
Supreme Student Council is the highest form of student organization in CSAV. So as the President, it is her goal to change the way the activities were held in the school and the perception of the former SSC Officers. This school year’s Council spearheaded successful activities such as the Freshmen Day, Acquaintance Party, Teacher’s Day, and many others.
Her message to her fellow students states, “To all Ananians, I hope that you will all see us [SSC Officers] not only as student leaders, but also as family. We are doing what we think is the best for everyone. Let’s work together and achieve our dreams together.”
On September 18-21 marks this year's Intramural celebration of Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias. The four college departments: Business Management, Education, Criminology, and ComArts; and the five tracks of the Senior High School Department: HUMMS, STEM, GAS, TVL, and ABM prepared for various competitions, including Literary and Musical Performances, Cultural and Pop Dances, and Sports.
Bachelor of Science in Accounting Information System (BSAIS) - former Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology (BSAT)
Bachelor of Science in Office administration (BSOA)
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSMT)
Bachelor of Science in Public Administration (BSPA)
Bachelor of Science Agribusiness (BSAB)
Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED)
Bachelor of Science in Criminology (BCrim)
Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSPsyc)
Bachelor of Science Social Work (BSSW)
Bachelor of Arts in English (AB-English)
Bachelor of Science Information Systems (BSIS)
Bachelor of Science Computer Science (BSCS)
Associate in Computer Technology (ACT)
The International Standards Organization visited the school on Aug 10, 2018, represented by the Global Group Auditors: Ms. Loyda Amor Cajucom, Ms. Ma. Cristina Corral, and Dr. Rizza Balaganon; to audit ISO - 9001:2015 level. They were welcomed by the Executive Director, the respective heads, and the members of the faculty and staff.
Criminology Licensure Exam Passers
Our new Criminology Licensure Exam passers:-
Several activities were held on July 6, 2018. The morning program included the First Friday Mass, the welcome speech of the Executive Director, Atty. Romeo Vicente P. Sta. Ana, and the General Orientation for new Senior High School and College students, where the members of the Board of Trustees, Faculty, and Staff were introduced, as well as the guidelines, rules and regulations from different offices. In the afternoon, there was a visit from the Presidential spokesperson, Mr. Harry Roque, and a volleyball clinic facilitated by foreigner coaches and players.
The Executive Director welcomes the new students who trusts and chooses CSAV to be their second home.
Mrs. Demonteverde, the IS and SHS principal, gives her welcome speech.
Mr. Harry Roque with the Executive Director and other school personnel.
Mrs. Donna Scroggins introduces the volleyball coaches and players.
The volleyball players (men) warm-up before the exercises.
In line with the celebration of the 26th Provincial Environment Week with the theme: “Beat Plastic Pollution; If You Can’t Reuse It, Refuse It,” as well as the implementation of City Ordinance No. 06-2009 declaring the fourth week of the month of June every year as the City Environment Week, the City of Victorias held its Environment Week from June 25-29, 2018. The purpose of the activity is to increase and heighten the awareness and promote participation of all Victoriahanon and to rehabilitate the environment.
The Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias joined and participated in the “Adlaw sang Suba kag Barangay” -Malihaw River Clean-Up Activity last June 28, 2018 from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. It was attended by the organization, offices and schools within the city. There were nearly sixty students from the Criminal Justice Education Department assisted by the Dept. Coordinator, Mr. Joeberto J. Mayote, Mr. Rolan Baterna and Ms. Desiree V. De Guzman.
NATIONAL DISASTER RESILIENCE MONTH
The City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (VCDRRMO) celebrated the National Disaster Resilience Month with the theme “Katatagan sa Kalamidad ay Makakamtan Kapag Sapat ang Kaalaman sa Kahandaan”.
The Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias joined in the Motorcade activity held last July 2, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. LGUs and private agencies were some of the participants during the parade. The parade started at the public plaza, rounded the city, until they reached the Victorias City Coliseum Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office. There were a total 56 students from the Criminal Justice Education Department with the participations of Mr. Joeberto J. Mayote, Mr. Rolan Baterna and Ms. Desiree V. De Guzman.
6SAB 6th Year Founding Anniversary .. Fun Run
The Philippine National Police-Special Action Force (PNP-SAF), Special Action Battalion based in Sagay City, Negros Occidental with several momentous achievement on its campaign against insurgency and terrorism, supported by other Law Enforcement Agencies in the fight against criminality and maintaining peace and order in Visayas; celebrated their sixth year anniversary with the Fun Run and Zumba.
The Fun Run was held at the Sagay City Public Plaza last July 8, 2018 from 5 a.m. onwards. There were a total of 27 students from the Criminal Justice Education Department with their Department Coordinator Mr. Mr. Joeberto J. Mayote, Mr. Rolan Baterna, Ms. Roby Baterna and one of the alumni: Ms. Lovely Baterna joined the 5K- Run which started at Sagay City Public Plaza- turning point (USAT) Universal Science of Applied Technology School entrance gate.
Ananians join Brigada Eskwela 2018
Ms. Desiree De Guzman (NSTP coordinator) and Mr. Rolan Baterna (Supplies and Properties Staff) facilitated the students of Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias during the nationwide implementation of Brigada Eskwela on June 1, 2018; where students, teachers, and other members of the community participated in the preparation and beautification of schools and learning facilities.
Among the several schools in the area, the Ananians extended their services at Victorias North Elementary School, around the Kindergarten and Grades 1-2 classrooms. This activity was participated by Senior High School and Criminology Students, as well as the Supreme Student Council and ROTC Officers.
Opening of Classes
At 7:30 in the morning of June 25, 2018, the faculty, staff, and college students of Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias assembled for the first flag ceremony and opening of the academic year: 2018-2019 at the College Building.
The program started with a prayer and the singing of the Philippine National Anthem, and then proceeded with the Pledge and the School Hymn.
The Dean of Instruction, Dr. Nemia V. Yorac officially welcomed the freshmen, as well as the higher years, and gave her opening remarks and instructions on the class schedules and room assignments.
Mr. Joebert Mayote, Criminology Department Coordinator, oriented the new students about campus rules and wearing of proper, complete uniform for the higher years.
Dr. Nelly H. Parreño also gave her remarks to all the students.
1st Mass for Academic Year 2018-2019
Students, faculty, and staff of Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias participated in the first mass held for academic year 2018-2019. This mass was facilitated by the Campus Ministry members (led by Mr. Rodito Demegillo), Panamyaw chorale (led by Mr. Leonard Guinabo), ROTC Officers, and the Supreme Student Council (introduced by their President, Ms. Lady Third Pagayonan).
Here are the list of Ananians who passed the March 2018 Licensure Exam for Teachers. The results were released last May 23, 2018 and it was a proud celebration for our new Licensed Professional Teachers.
1. Barzo, Reizl Lou Barbas
2. Besañes, Reynaldo Jr. Siem
3. Cristal, Mary Joy Dumagat
4. Gulmatico, Jennifer Buendia
5. Helorentino, Jojie Ann Belarma
6. Jundos, Reynan Paz
7. Lapore, John Casumpang
8. Miag-ao, Jerevy Doneza
9. Plaida, Nathaniel, Jr.
10. Roa, Kimberly Ortega
11. Salaver, Jireh Nuñez
12. Sodusta, Regine Murillo
13. Somosa, Krissa Tague
14. Villanueva, Cheeree Padole
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