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Saturday, March 9, 2013
AMIDST the tidal waves of global changes, what do you think will remain constant amidst these shifting and roaring seas?
You and I may give different responses to this query. But a common answer is this timeless powerful tool.
Focusing on our local community’s sphere of education, we see this distinguished school with its Latin name.
Pax et lumen are Latin words meaning "peace and light."
Spreading the "Aslagan" (sunlight) rays of peace and knowledge is the Pax Et Lumen International Academy which is located in 2235 Sto. Entierro Street, Sto. Cristo, Angeles City. Pursuing the field of first-rate learning, the school builds the solid foundation of language, mathematics and science.
President Laura ‘Lullah’ Quiambao del Rosario, emphasizes these ideas.
“Adhering to the values of sagacity, we stamp our mission on the foundation of giving families an inspiring choice in their children’s education.
Thenceforth, we affirm our commitment to give priority to science literacy, mathematics, and fluency in the English language.
Our lessons and experiences in the classroom reflect the two greatest commandments: “Love God and love thy neighbor as thyself.”
Aware that in a growing globalized environment, there is a need to open young students to interaction with people of the other gender and of other cultures, Pax Et Lumen International Academy presents a curriculum that is not gender-based nor limited to one culture.
To-date the Department of Education has recognized our elementary program and they gave us the permit to operate our secondary school.
Furthermore, we are K-12 ready. After going through kindergarten, elementary, Junior High School program and Senior High School program, the K to 12 graduate is ready to go into a dynamic and multifaceted career road.”
Yes! Dacal a salamat President Laura “Lullah” Quiambao Del Rosario. What an educational treasure house you create among your students.
Kudos also to school Principal Myrna G. San Agustin who told the parents:
“We are inviting you to a science-inspired play, “QUEEN OF THE FOREST” on March 16 at Clark. It was conceived, written, directed and produced by our faculty. This production showcases how trees and plants bless Mother Gaia (Earth) as they blossom forth with natural beauty and fruits.
Furthermore, the play empowers students to work as a team, gain self-confidence and combine the disciplines of music, art, science, speech and English.”
Yes! We salute the officers, faculty and administration personnel of this distinguished school.
Vamos! Let your son and/or daughter step on the pathway of a peaceful and enlightened education. Visit the school today and see for yourselves how their inspiring methods of teaching create the future crop of responsible, wise and empowered adult leaders.
You may inquire at these numbers: 045-626-2116 or 045-887-6708.
Realize the highest dream in providing the best for your children!
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Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on March 10, 2013.