Education

PMMS, Lyceum grads top customs broker licensure exams

December 1, 2017 | Education

The Professional Regulation Commission announced Tuesday that 1,114 out of 2,093 examinees passed the Customs Broker Licensure Examination given this month. Maricel Aviso Añonuevo (Philippine Merchant Marine School in Las Piñas) and Auren Clarence Jaranilla (Lyceum Subic Bay Inc.) topped the exams with a rating of 91.75%. Jigo Panopio Arevalo (Lyceum of the Philippines University Read More


SBMA shuts down college over unpaid rent

November 24, 2017 | Education | Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority

Comteq Computer and Business College or Comteq, located in the Subic Bay Free Port, allegedly has rental obligations amounting to P17 million by: Randy V. Datu CLOSED. The SBMA says Comteq Computer and Business College has been operating without any valid lease agreement nor business registration with the SBMA. Photo from Comteq Facebook page ZAMBALES, Philippines Read More


Subic students learn to ‘artcycle’

November 20, 2017 | Community | Education | Environment | Zambales

By: Butch Gunio SUBIC, Zambales―A total of 16 teams participated in the 2nd ArtCycle, an environmental, educational, recycling art competition organized by Redondo Peninsula Energy at Subic Central School. The teams were composed of students and teachers from the different elementary and high schools here. This year’s winning team is Batiawan High School with their recycled Read More


12TH Phil. Sudoku Super Challenge

October 21, 2017 | Education

SM Olongapo recently conducted the 12th Philippine Sudoku Super Challenge (PSSC) Regional Elimination round in partnership with DepEd and Mathematics Trainers Guild-Philippines (MTG) in cooperation with Philippine Star and Phoenix Publishing House. The 12th PSSC regional elimination round was held simultaneously on October 14 at SM Supermalls/ Center in Cagayan De Oro, Dasmarinas (Cavite), Baguio, Read More


Because of barefoot Aeta, 600 students get new school shoes, supplies

October 1, 2017 | Charity | Education | National Government Units | Olongapo

Aeta students, a number of them walking all the way to school in Zambales, will not have to attend their classes barefoot anymore. More than 600 “underprivileged but deserving” students in Olongapo City received recently free pairs of shoes and school supplies under the project of the Taguig City Chapter of the Department of Education-Partnership Read More


 
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