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Congratulations to the cast, crew, and directors of our recent Upper School Theatre Showcase, Bad Auditions……on Camera! The cast gave amazing performances and the directors and crew did a great job putting the whole show together. Your hard work paid off. It was a great show. Bravo, Lions! Well done!
The IFF Online Talent Show Talent Show
March 26, 2021
Congratulations to the Junior Council and Gawad Kalinga Club for the Success of Their Virtual Webinar Project, “Lumen”
The goal of this event was to encourage children in the orphanage to think about their dreams and jobs they want to pursue when they grow up.
It is heartening to witness Brent students finding ways to make a difference in the lives of others, despite the current pandemic situation. Truly embodying the goal of their Brent education which is to have a well-lived, and meaningful life that is of service to others.
Way to go, Lions! Keep up the good work.
Challenging times are always easier when we go through it together. Praying for one another, encouraging each other, watching out for each other, and doing little things daily to help one another make the tough times bearable.
We are less than three months away from finishing the school year, which means we’ve overcome many difficulties together. This year has been a challenge for the Brent Pride, but instead of feeling defeated Lions have risen up and found ways to celebrate.
Classes, workshops, concerts, meet-ups, and camps may all have been done virtually, but the whole community helped to make sure that we continue these traditions and made efforts (big and small alike) to reach out to one another. The video highlights some of the things that helped us as a community to stay resilient. We are forever grateful!
Congratulations to the Geek Squad for the Success of their TechBlaze Workshops
The Geek Squad’s TechBlaze team, led by Luis Oyson (gr. 11), successfully commenced their first two online workshops. With the help of their sponsor, Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), there were more than 125 participants in their first workshop, and 75 participants in their second workshop.
Students from schools in Manila and South Korea participated in the event. Students, alumni and other guest speakers presented topics on entrepreneurship and technology.
Some of the Brent team and presenters included the following alumni and students:
Eugene Enclona ‘17 – My Journey to Google, Bachelor of Science in Engineering at University of Pennsylvania
Matthew Paulino ‘20 – Sustainable Technology, student at University of British Columbia
Bea Rondon ‘19 – on Being a Founding member of WiTech California, student at UC Davis
Seher Bhaskar (gr. 10) – Using Coda.IO
Aly Tuason (gr. 10) – The Basics of Starting a Business
Olivia Kwon (gr. 11) – Game Development
Luis Oyson (gr. 11) – The Startup Mindset, AI Technology
Isaac Destura (gr. 12) and Colin Rondon (gr. 12) were part of security during the workshops.
The online situation this school year didn’t stop our Geek Squad members in persevering towards making a difference in the lives of others. They found yet another way to help other students by giving them access not just to technology but by giving them knowledge that is necessary to help empower and inspire entrepreneurship and interest in technology and computer science.
Way to go, Lions! Best of luck on your third and final workshop happening on March 27.
For more details, you may contact email@example.com or visit their website: https://sites.google.com/brent.edu.ph/brentgeeksquad/techblaze
Bad Auditions… On Camera
March 17-19, 2021
Show link to follow
The Brent TechBlaze Cup
Workshop 2: Going International
February 27, 2021
Our kindergarten friends celebrated 100 days of school. What a fun way to reflect and see how far we’ve all come. Celebrating growth, friendships, and academic achievements. Way to go, Kindergarten Lions!