The Department of Education (DepEd) officials, led by Laurencia O. Llagas, Region 10 Representative, and DepEd Division Representatives Levi M. Coronel, Myra A. Ambalong, Susan Y. Cabahug, Riza R. Nicor, and Avemar T. Gonzaga, visited the AMCC in response to the college’s application for Junior High School recognition.
The high school chorale, led by the Interfaith Chorale director, Ma’am Emalyn Tabaranza, gave the DepEd officials a warm welcome. The application for recognition of the junior high school program had been temporarily suspended due to the pandemic. However, with the resumption of face-to-face modality, the long overdue application for recognition was set in motion last week, just days after the National Achievement Test (NAT).
The faculty and staff of the high school department worked tirelessly, conducting several consultations with the VP for Academic Affairs, Sir Pretzel Zuniga, and burning their midnight candles to accomplish and finalize the necessary documents. Their efforts were not in vain as, by God’s grace and mercy, the Recognition was signed on February 14, 2023, with Government Recognition no.6-300, s. 2023. AMCC expresses gratitude to the DepEd officials for their support and guidance throughout the application process.
The recognition of the Junior High School program is a testament to the AMCC’s commitment to providing quality education to its students. With this recognition, the AMCC hopes to continue to nurture and develop the potential of its students, preparing them for a bright future ahead.