MY FIRST SCHOOL: United Church of Christ of the Philippines (UCCP) I went to school as early as 3 yrs old. Ever since, I wanted to be in school. My mother mentioned that I sleep with a notebook and a pencil beside me. NURSERY. I attended the Christmas Party and I gave an intermission number. I sang the song entitled ‘give love on Christmas day’. NURSERY. On March 20, 1998 on the day of our graduation, I got an award of best in memory and I was the first honor in our class. The whole class sang a chorus. After the graduation, we had a short program and again, I sang. KINDER I. I was 4 yrs and 5 mo. old when I finished kinder 1 on March 19, 1999. KINDER II. On March 2000, I received my certificate of graduation. It was the summer of the year 2000 that I joined the training for a dance recital. It was a workshop open to all kids who are interested in dancing. But before we joined the organization, we were screened by the popular dance instructor in our place, Mrs. Petra Amoguis- a secondary level teacher. GRADE 1. My parents sent me to the Ed Christian Academy, a private school in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur. On school’s foundation day, a competition by team was held at the gymnasium and I was the muse of our team so, I was then- Ms. Gideon. Go! Go! Go! Green Team- TEAM GIDEON! A race of raising the banner! January 18, 2000. What a sad birthday party. I was sick at that time! Ninong Jimmy was the one holding me. And at 6 months, I was baptized in the Roman Catholic Church. Ms. Gideon GRADE 3. On March 22, 2002, I finished grade 3 and was awarded as first honor. When I turned grade 5, I continued my studies in a public school- Surigao del Sur Sped School (Center) up until I graduated elementary. Grade 6. Graduation Day- March 28, 2005. HIGH SCHOOL LIFE I spent my high school days in a public school, Jacinto P. Elpa National High School. The school has three curriculums: the regular class or RBEC, the night class and the science class or called the Science Curriculum where I belong. I’m with my childhood friends and neighbors. Loriedel, My Best friend ----------------------- When I was a second year high school student, our whole class joined the Drum and Lyre Core (DLC). I was about to go in our parade in the plaza for the ‘Araw ng Surigao del Sur’ held in our place- Tandag City. At the first day of the class, I remember I wore a color orange blouse. When you’re in school, you find friends. In that school where I’m in to, I found true friends- friends worth to be cherished forever. We were at the newly-built Provincial Capitol. Our classmate who is a Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Chairman gave us a tour around the building. My closest friends in high school. We’ve been together for four years. From left to right: Joy, Ikai, Yang, LL, and Uzzi. These people were the only boys in our class in fourth year. In my third year, I joined the jazz chant group for a presentation in a program school. THE BEST OF FRIENDS. From left to right: Ton2, Uzzi and Ron. They are the friends whom I share my secrets. Before graduation, we had an outing at the Ayamoira Brown Beach Resort, 2 hours away from our place. In our batch, I’m the youngest so, I took the first turn to say or share my feelings to them when we had our open forum. We were more than friends. Our bond is really tight that it can’t be break. Our friendship is irreplaceable. High school is always the best! I had the wonderful days in my high school life. Unfortunately, I was absent on the day of our graduation because I’m already on my way to MSU-Main, Marawi City. I didn’t pass the entrance exam of the university and so I decided to come early in MSU to take the special program for non-passers which is the College Bound Program (CBP). I wasn’t able to be in the CBP because of some problems in my tribe. And so, I enrolled in the other program of the university which is the College Preparatory Course.
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