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Our Jammas, Maintenance and all of the staff helped cleanup the Taal ash fall. Our faculty worked toward the online delivery of classes. It is a big job, and everyone worked hard in bringing back our campus to its normal state.
Everyone’s flexibility and positive approach to our difficult situation showed the resiliency of the Brentonian. You all set the positive tone and create a safe environment our students need to grow academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. A big “Thank you!” to everyone. We can do this!
SENIA Youth Club, led by Kiyoshii Wakamatsu (gr. 11) and Oliver Reeves (gr. 11), hosted a Christmas Party for over 60 children with special needs in Biñan.
Credit to Kristen Borja for this wonderful video.
The annual Christmas Eucharist at Brent, celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, is always special. A heartwarming Christmas tradition is when our young Brentonians sing a few of their Christmas Production songs. The bonds that tie our Brent Family together are strong!
The Philippine Ballet Theatre, one of the country’s premiere professional ballet companies, returned with its annual holiday offering of “The Nutcracker” last November 23-24 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Brent student, Pearl Herrera-Lim (gr. 5) auditioned and was accepted to be part of this colorful, larger-than-life performance. The beautiful scenery included toys coming to life, snowflakes swirling around, and flowers waltzing.
Congratulations to seniors Mackenzie Atkins (author) and Katya Reichert (illustrator) for the successful launch of their poetry book, Elemental.
All proceeds of their poetry book will go towards sponsoring the education of students at Mano Amiga Academy, which provides scholarships for children from low-income families. Through their book sales, 55,000 pesos have already been raised.
Way to go, Mackenzie and Katya! Lion-hearted indeed!
How wonderful it is to celebrate this special season by watching amazing performances and viewing the incredible artwork of our talented students displayed in the Fine Arts hallways. From band, jazz band, orchestra, and choir to dance and art, the Visual and Performing Arts department does not disappoint! Like always, great job everyone.
This year’s Christmas Concert was made even more memorable because of the appreciation Brent received from the President of the International Olympic Committee, Mr. Thomas Bach, for last year’s performance of the Olympic Anthem.
What a truly joyous holiday celebration, and a great way to get into the Christmas spirit!
Congratulations to Kalina Claire Yu (Grade 11) for achieving Rank 2 in her first Kettlebell Sport competition last December 1, 2019. Kalina lifted two 8 kg kettlebells to participate in a 5-minute cycle event. She shows much promise as one of the youngest participants in the competition.
Everyone is invited to watch the Christmas Concert on December 10 at 5 p.m. in Gym 1. Be entertained by the wide selection of songs and performances from our Band, Choir, Dance and Orchestra. The combined efforts of our performance classes has gained international recognition when the Olympic Hymn was performed during the Christmas Concert 2018.
Works for the first semester are on exhibit at the ground floor shared facility hallway and the atrium.