South Mansfield College is proud to have another feather on its cap with the recent feat of our SHS Royal in the 17th Word Cup National Journalism Contest. Last February 27-28, 2021, our high school students joined and actively participated in the 17th Word Cup National Journalism sponsored by the Word Cup Associated Editors Co. and EdCalibre International. After the 2-day event, Angelica Sualog (Grade 11 Responsibility) received Honorable Mention honors for showing proficiency in Photography (Filipino Category). The contest aimed to enhance the writing and photography skills of students, recognize and award exemplary work, and get quality outputs published in national media. The other participants included Rafael Masicat (English), Mia Arellano (English), Esther Grace Pre (English), Alliya Delen (English), Jyde Matthew Gonzales (English), Reggie Mae Novelo (Filipino), Fatima Rabanera (Filipino), and Sharmaine Segovia (Filipino). The Journalism Team was coached by Bb. Vhine Celorico, Bb. Thessa Ansano, Ms. Arianne Camba, and Ms. Janis Manzano.
International Math Olympiad
South Mansfield College prides itself of the many achievements that Soaring Royals reap in both local and international competitions.
Natalie Kaitlyn R. Ventenilla (Grade 8 Commitment) attained Silver in the Southeast Asian Mathematical Olympiad (Paper D) 2020. Kaitlyn is recognized for her outstanding performance in the competition and for being among the top 20 of thousands of participants from the region and beyond. She is also acknowledged for her everlasting passion in Mathematics.
Kaitlyn is also welcomed to the Global Round of the competition slated on January 16, 2021.
SEAMO is a global mathematical olympiad competition that aims to increase passion and confidence in mathematics.
SMC Royal garners Bronze in 10MOST 2020
South Mansfield College provides the students with different experiences where they grow not only as intellectuals but also as men and women with hearts of service. With growth mindset and grit that the school would like to inculcate, students develop the character of high effort, passion, and perseverance.
Gayeth Tapac is SMC’s three-peat in 10MOST
“A graceful performer, witty and bright student, and a person with the heart of service” is but a fitting description for SMC’s latest pride in Muntinlupa’s 10MOST.
Ann Margareth Tapac of Grade 10 Resilience is a full-blooded Royal. Gayeth, as fondly called, entered the portals of South Mansfield College 10 years ago as pre-school student. In her younger years, she had joined all the school’s major activities from sports to performing arts. She also represented the school in academic competitions where she made SMC proud of her achievements.
SMC students are 100% digital citizens
The world is becoming flatter, as they say. This is because the internet and digital technology have paved the way for faster and more collaborative interaction among nations and peoples. As the number of students in schools interact digitally, in content, with one another, and communities, the digital citizenship becomes more and more important to take into consideration.