After several weeks of preparation, Canossa College emerge as the over-all 1 st runner up
at Tertiary Schools Association (TESA)competition with the theme, “Filipino: Wika ng
Saliksik,” held at St. Peter’s College Seminary, September 19.
The said competition is annually conducted in line with the celebration of Buwan ng
Wika. It was spearheaded by the TESA officers, composing of teachers and administrators of
different colleges and university in San Pablo. They were supported by the Alliance of TESA
Student Government (ATSG) officers which is composed of student leaders from participating
university and colleges
The event highlighted the skills and talent of the students in academic and non-academic
categories where Canossa hailed as champion in Pagsayaw; and bagged 2 nd place in Pagsulat ng
Sanaysay, Balagtasan, Sabayang Pagbigkas, and Dalawahang Pag-awit.
With the concerted efforts of their coaches: Sir Kit Igot, Sir Gian Velete, Sir Ruel
Baylon, and Mrs. Rosario Pasco, the contestants were motivated to put forth their enthusiasm
and hardwork in joining the much awaited competition.
Unquestionably, theselected participants from senior high and college level competed
energetically and gave their best in their various and respective areas.
The representatives of the school were Jean Claude P. Buenaflor (BEED IV) in Pagsulat
ng sanaysay; Alyssa M. Dargantes (BEED IV), Michael Dexter G. Castillo (Grade 12- St.
Homobonus), and Allysa Nicole O. Dipasupil (Grade 12- St. Teresa) for Balagtasan; and Lizette
V. Angeles (BSP IV), and Arlene Joy M. Badong (Grade 11- St. Luke) in Dalawahang Pag-awit.
The participants in Sabayang Pagbigkas is composed of Grade 12- St. Elizabeth students and
some BEED IV namely Leizel Anne V. Rubion, Rachelle M. Ramos, Shynah C. Punzalan, Joyce
Ann C. Enad, and Jason A. Delos Santos. On the other hand, Grade 11 and college Canossa
Dance Company (CDC) members were the participants in Pagsayaw. They were Marie Nicole
Felicity C. Bayer, Katrina Guillermo, Danielle Dominique T. Constantino, Grazziela Antoniette
P. Bicomong, Adrianne L. Selma, Neil Carlos E. Homoroc, Deomar P. Alidio, Jhalyn Karell N.
Manipol, Shayna Claudette B. Garcia, Tricia L. De Guzman, and Arron James Bagol.
The success of Canossa College is attributed to the cooperation and unity of the school
head, administration, teachers, students, and the community.


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