Noble Mission

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Saturday, April 26, 2014


STIRRING our minds and encouraging our hearts, truly, education soars high as a noble mission through the winds of history.

Flying across its time line, we observe that it evolved from the Egyptian temples of learning (3,000 to 500 BC); thence, crossing over to the Chinese gates of teacher philosopher Confucius (5th BC); henceforth, awakening our gracious hearts , minds and spirit until the present 21st century.

A right to education has been recognized by the global hierarchy. Article 13 of the United Nations' 1966 International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights recognizes the right of everyone to an education.

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Pax Et Lumen

Zooming in on our local community in Angeles City, we observe this distinguished institution rising up to meet the challengers of dynamic literacy.

Pax Et Lumen International School imprints distinct values upon every student who steps into their hallowed classes.

President Laura “Lullah” Quiambao-del Rosario, an Angeles City PAMANA awardee, likewise, a par excellence and dynamic leader, shares this view :

“We open the gateway to learning. Passing on information, pursuing wisdom and providing hands-on training create self-confidence and mastery in our students.

Our K-12 curriculum is relevant. Envisioning the wheel of opportunity, likewise, we prepare our students for the top jobs in the 21st century. Herein is a sample list of these job items:

Respiratory Therapists, nutritionists for Disease Prevention, stem Cell Researchers, computer Animators and Game Programmers, biochemist Engineers

Yes, you can enrol your children at PAX et LUMEN INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY, Sto. Entierro St., Bo. Sto. Cristo, Angeles City, and ensure that they will be ready for ASEAN and US job competition.”

Our hats off to President Lullah del Rosario and her dynamic teaching staff. Their capable administrative team empowers the young generation to become the guiding light of tomorrow. Their dynamic officer, Estee Marie Quiazon, is also a bearer of communication élan vital (vital energy) and compassionate spirit.

Call them at (045) 626-2116 / 304-040.

Furthermore, they recognized the following scholars for SY 2014-2015.

Agerico Paras Scholars : Denise Marie Espenida - Grade 4; Javier Antonio Tayag - Grade 4; Izzy Zachary Mangonon - Grade 5

AREA awardees: Cholo Alexis Atienza - Grade 2; Nahum Cale Layson - Grade 2; Angela Victoria Quinto - Grade 5; Jullienne Margaret David - Grade 7
Kyle Gabriel Garcia - Grade 8; Tristan Andrei Saura - Grade 8

Math and Science Scholars: Elizardo Cano- Grade 2; Antoine Miguel De Guzman - Grade 2; Claudiamaura Therese Salas - Grade 2; Lea Marie Haug - Grade 3; Catherine Joyce Kabigting - Grade 3; Iser Jedd Mangonon. - Grade 3; Janaica Navarro - Grade 3; Natascha Gabrielle Tayag - Grade 3; Juan Alfonso Tayag - Grade 6; Renz Sta Maria - 4th Year HS.

Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on April 27, 2014.

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