Happy Feast of St. Anne!
(Photos by: Mr. Jevi Jun Gotel)
Happy Feast of St. Anne!
Oath taking of New Elected Officers from different organizations.
(Photos by: Mr. Jevi Jun Gotel)
Criminology Board Passers
Giving of Certificate to Criminology Board Passers 2019
LET Board Passers
Giving of Certificate to LET Board Passers 2019
Seminar Workshop on Academic Readiness and Dealing with High Risk Learners
Teachers of Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias from the Integrated School, Senior High school, and College gathered on June 22, 2019 and participated in the Seminar Workshop on Academic Readiness and Dealing with High Risk Learners. Dr. Nemia V. Yorac gave her welcome remarks to the participants of the event, and Dr. Sharon Rose G. Medez introduced the keynote speaker. Dr. Noel S. Marañon, a registered Guidance Counselor and Psychometrician, is currently working at Philippine Normal University... He gave specific topics on how to handle school-age students, 21st learners in the classroom, and positive attitude in the workplace for effectiveness. He explained and gave anonymous examples of Depression, Manic Episodes, Burn out, Anxiety, and other disorders. The participants also took a test and discovered their temperaments: sanguine, choleric, melancholic, and phlegmatic. As the program concluded, Mrs. Mary Grace C. Jagurin gave her closing remarks.
CSAV @ 8: Sustaining Global Competence through Quality Education
Rev. Fr. Rafael Baja, Parish Priest of Our Lady of Victory Parish—Victorias City officiated the Mass for Graduating students on May 3, 2019. It started with the Processional March, from Altar servers, Graduating Students, Faculty and Staff, Administrators and School Officials to Board of Trustees and Incorporators and guests. Ms. Cherrie Mae N. Toleco led the Teacher’s Thanksgiving Prayer, Mrs. Rosalinda M. Santiago with the Parent’s Thanksgiving and Ms. Angeli A. Portilla with the Student’s Thanksgiving Prayer. Ms. Shelly P. Pama commentated for the whole mass until it concluded with a Final Blessing and the Recessional.
Right after the Baccalaureate Mass, the Recognition Ceremony began with the singing of the National Anthem led by the Panamyaw Chorale, followed with an opening remarks by Dr. Nelly H. Parreño. The ceremony gives opportunity for students to be recognized of their achievements in academic, leadership, service, and cultural. Three graduates were awarded as Magna Cum Laude, namely: Jennie M. Santiago (BEED), Angeli A. Portilla (BSAT), and Rose Mae A. Velano (BEED). 12 graduates were awarded as Cum Laude, namely: Mary Lareneth P. Demaraye (BSIS), Jeah B. Contiga (BSAT), Marriz M. Bayona (BSCS), Joysse A, Hechanova (BEED), Shelly P. Pama (BEED), Piel Ester P. Pastor (BEED), Mary Joy P. Parreñas (BSIS), Jenerose B. Lampago (BS Psych), Jhezah L. Javier (BEED), Suzanne P. Bolovar (BEED), Carmela Toreña (BEED) and April P. Guevarra (BSAT).
For Academic Honors, Alfred Bulac (BSCS), Ella Marie B. Malazarte (BSCS), and Angele D. Suarez (BSCS) were recognized as First Honorable Mention in Academics. Elyzel M. Recomono (BSOA) and Gerald R. Mabugay (BSAT) were awarded as Second Honorable Mention in Academics. In Addition, Lovely Grace H. Remegio (BEED), Stephanie Joy D. Punzalan (BSOA), Jonah C. Osalia (BSOA), Judy Ann P. Tayco (BEED), Irene P. Cismundo (BSAT), Jhonna Mae P. Dima-ano (BSOA), Dether E. Siautong (BSAT), and Tommy Ditchella (BS Crim) were awarded as Third Honorable Mention in Academics.
For Special Awards, Lady Third S. Pagayonan (AB Eng) received the Leadership Award, Albert P. Abong (BSOA) for Service Award, Shelly P. Pama (BEED) for Literary-Cultural Award, Regina A. Sta.Ana (BSOA) for Music-Cultural Award, and Dhenice A. Armada (BEED) for Dance-Cultural Award.
For Special Citations, Rosea Marie D. Monsay (BSSW) received the award for giving pride and honor to the school for being one of the Top Ten Outstanding Students in Negros Occidental for A.Y. 2018-2019, and Belgrade Liberace H. Tuvilla (BSSW) for participating in National and International Conventions.
Lastly, Kary B. Melgar (BS Crim) and Monique Kyle S. Custodio (BS Psych) received the award for Special Citation in Leadership. Ryan G. Azucena (BSSW), Joysse A. Hechanova (BEED), and Piel Ester P. Pastor (BEED) were awarded of Special Citation in Service. Cenn Bryan B. Legaspi (BS Psych), Lovely Grace H. Remegio (BEED), Dether E. Siautong (BSAT) received the Special Citation in Dance while Neil Ian D. Muhal and Maybelyn D. Bantiling received the Special Citation in Music.
5th Commencement Exercises
The graduation started with the Academic Procession, Doxology, singing of the National Anthem. and a salutatory address by Mr. Christian Emmanuel Maria S. Cruz. It was followed by the presentation of candidates for graduation by the Dean of Instruction, Dr. Nemia V. Yorac and the conferment of Degrees by the Executive Director, Atty. Romeo Vicente P. Sta. Ana Jr. Dr. Nelly H. Parreño introduced the Commencement Speaker, Dr. Amelia A. Biglete, Director IV—CHEDRO 4A, followed by giving her a plaque of appreciation, and the distribution of diploma to the graduates. Ms. Jennie M. Santiago gave a tribute to the Alma Mater, Jenaln M. Inguilo led the induction of Graduates or the Alumni Pledge, and Angeli A. Portilla recited the pledge of loyalty. The program ended with the singing of the graduation song “A Million Dreams”, Alma Mater Song, and the Recessional.
New Courses offered includes BS Physical Education, BS Mechanical Engineering, BS Accountancy and BS Industrial Security Management. BS Agribusiness is also re-offered this school year! Opening of classes will be on July 15, 2019.
BS Psychology and AB English Culminating ceremony
Photos by Jonard Janocol and Sheena Grace Sevido
ROTC Culminating Ceremony (April 15)
1st Photojournalism Contest
Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias and Panamyaw Publication held its 1st Photojournalism Contest on February 4 to March 4, 2019. The entrees were posted on the Publication Facebook Page
The winners are Miguel Emmanuel Llamas - IT Dept. (1st Place), Jared Mahusay - BSSW 2 (2nd Place) and Clyde Drexler Espinos - AB Eng 3 (3rd Place).
Tactical Inspection 2019
6th Donning Ceremony
CSAV’s Criminology Department celebrated their 6th Donning Ceremony on March 4, 2019. Headed by their Class Marcher, Mr. Kirt G. Buyco, the MATATAG (Motivated Achievers Trustworthy in Attaining Triumphant Life with Assistance of God) proudly marched and donned their uniform (GOA), cap, and badges. This annual event is a ceremony for 2nd year criminology students, and is celebrated with their parents and teachers. The candidates was presented by their program coordinator, Mr. Joeberto Mayote, to the Executive Director, Atty. Romeo Vicente P. Sta. Ana Jr.
True Love Waits
The Guidance Services Office of Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias held its seminar and inspirational talk on February 13, 2019, with the theme: True Love Waits, which relates to the month’s celebration of Valentines. This event was initiated by Mr. Christopher Frias, who also invited the Resource Speakers: Dr. Calvin Dave Ganub (Anchor Counselor of USLS Bacolod) and Mr. Aster Dedoroy (Advocate Spoke Person of Walang Forever Ministry). The theme of the event focuses on youth’s issues like pre-marital sex, teen age pregnancy, gender sensitivity, and relationship; which are relatable to College and Senior High school Students.
Blood Letting Program: “Share Blood, Give Life!”
Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias ROTC Unit in cooperation with the City of Victorias Wellness Program and Negros First Provincial Blood Center conducted a Bloodletting Program on February 15, 2019, which gives abled students, faculty, staff and civilians the opportunity to donate blood
The Regional Annual Administrative Tactical Inspection (RAATI) of Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias ROTC Unit was held on February 20, 2019 at CSAV Integrated School Grounds. The Tactical Inspection was headed by COL Danilo Ibon as Chairman of the Evaluation Team. CAD MAJ Kristel Marie Demegillo, 3rd CL, is this year’s corps commander.
1st Business Management Week
The BM Department celebrated their Business Management Week with the theme: Finding your Passion and Purpose in your Chosen Career on February 26 to March 2, 2019. The department showcased their courses through the “Course Mo, Booth Mo”, Skills Olympics and Battle of the Minds, as well as Seminars on “Attitude, Workplace Values, and Ethics” by Dr. Gina Montes, “The 5 Ps to Success” by Mr. Japeth Gever Jingco and “Think Green” for Agribusiness students.
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.
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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.”