Saturday, August 18, 2007

Fr. Joel off to Switzerland and Italy

Fr. Joel will be attending a philosophical conference in Switzerland from Aug. 22-26. He will likewise visit pilgrimage and cultural sites in Italy. Please be advised that he will be out from Aug. 19-Sept. 2, 2007.

Nota bene
Fr. Joey Paras will be the Acting Principal of the High School Department in the absence of Fr. Joel Camaya. Please refer to him for any important transaction. To continue assisting him are the other members of the department management team, Ma’am Wilma, Ma’am Tintin and Ma’am Iryne.

Please feel free to contact FR. JOEL even in the days of his European sojourn:

Cellphone (roaming): +639175443601; Email:, or; Websites: (personal); (personal); (school); (music classes)

Overnight Recollection of III-Rua will push through

The scheduled overnight recollection of III-Rua will push through on Monday, August 20. No less than Fr. Rector himself, Fr. Rolo Alcasid, will preach this recollection. Please be advised.

(posted by Fr. Joel N. Camaya, SDB)

Friday, August 17, 2007


No classes today, August 17, 2007, still on account of the typhoon.

On Monday likewise, there will be no classes because of the Ninoy Aquino Day.

Regular Classes resume on August 21, 2007 Tuesday.

(posted by Fr. Joel Camaya, SDB)

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

THERE ARE CLASSES TOMORROW (as of 9:10pm, Aug. 8)

As of this time (9:10pm), Laguna is not among the Luzon provinces named where classes would be suspended. Thus, students and teachers are expected to report to school. The high school students will push through with the first quarterly examinations.

Thursday, August 2, 2007

No Classes on Friday, August 3

HS, college classes suspended Friday for SK listingMalacañang announced the suspension of high school and college classes on Friday for the extended registration of voters for the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections in October.The Palace declared Friday a special holiday for high school and college students and encouraged them to register as voters for the youth elections on October 29.The extended listing will run until Saturday.The extension came in the wake of criticisms hurled at the Commission on Elections for its alleged failure to set up a systematic way of registration for first-time voters who have reached the legal voting age of 18.


(posted by Fr. Joel N. Camaya, SDB, Principal)