“Senior High Soiree”: The High School Acquaintance Party

The senior high school (SHS) students, headed by the SHS Council with the guidance of their advisers Mrs. Sharon Valenzuela and Ms. Ammie Rose Racquel, spearheaded the SHS acquaintance party with the theme “Senior High Soiree”. The main purpose of the event is to strengthen the camaraderie of old students and welcome the new students as well.

Ms. Ammie Rose Racquel with select SHS students

The aforementioned event commenced with the skilfull performance of the Bantawan Club followed by the introduction of the SHS and Junior High School (JHS) officers respectively.

Bantawan Club performance during the opening of the acquaintance party

To enable students to know more about each other thereby strengthening their bond, sections Genesis and Exodus were combined (Exonesis), Leviticus and Numbers were also combined (Numticus), as well as Deuteronomy and Judges (Judeo). The aforementioned combined sections performed a mash-up of Visayan pop songs while the grade 12 students re-animated musical performances from famous movies – Markthew (combined sections of Mark and Matthew), for example, performed the Greatest Show from the movie Greatest Showman, Lukohn (Luke & John) performed High School Musical’s All for One, and Romanthians (Romans & Corinthians) performed Come Alive – still from the Greatest Showman.

Prior to the culmination of the program, the grade 12 students formed a circle and shaken hands with other students. Afterwhich, the SHSSC rendered their dance performance followed by the closing remarks of the ever dynamic and supportive high school principal Mrs. Febe Lavador. The program ended with the closing prayer of the SHSSC president Erl Pagente. The program was hosted by Alfred Mogan and Shane Luzica.

Masters of Ceremony Shane Luzica (left) and Alfred Mogan (right) in their pajama attire

Special credits to Ms. Threna Santos for this article.

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