“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.
This year, she brought home SMC’s first international feat when she joined the World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions in Yale University by winning 1 gold medal and 4 silver medals in Scholar’s Bowl, Scholar’s Challenge, Collaborative Writing, and Team Debate.
Prior to her Yale University experience, Gayeth won 3 gold medals and 1 silver medal in the Manila Round of the World Scholar’s Cup. Gayeth also joined the YMCA National Convention for several years and gained insights on parliamentary procedures and in drafting resolutions.
With Gayeth’s feat in 10MOST 2020, SMC has created a brand as a top school in producing outstanding students in Muntinlupa. Gayeth joins the ranks of Lester Englis (10MOST 2015), Dianne Villena (10MOST 2018), and Miguel Secuando (Bronze, 10MOST 2019).
It is indeed a three-peat for South Mansfield College—School of CHOICE in Muntinlupa City!