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Congratulations to Mario Labadan and Joaquin Mariano!

Middle School students Mario Labadan (gr. 8) and Joaquin Mariano (gr. 7) were part of the Philippine Archers 12U that competed in the 2019 Pony League Asia Pacific Growing Up Championship Tournament in Miyazaki, Japan.

The Philippine Team earned the title of 2019 Pony League Aspac Growing Up Category Bronco Division Champions. A total of 28 teams participated in this tournament coming from various countries comprising the Asia Pacific.

Congratulations to Mario Labadan and Joaquin Mariano!2019-08-28T10:52:38+08:00

Way to go, Chaeeun Moon and Say-Yeon Kwon!

Congratulations to grade 9 students, Chaeeun “Scarlett” Moon and Say-Yeon “Olivia” Kwon, for their outstanding performances at the World Mathematics Competition held at the University of Melbourne.

Chaeeun won both individual Gold and Silver medals and Say-Yeon won an individual Gold medal.

Way to go, Chaeeun Moon and Say-Yeon Kwon!2019-07-10T08:07:45+08:00


Special Mentions:

SOCCER – Boys:

  • First-time APAC Champions (Undefeated throughout the tournament; only conceded 1 goal)
  • All-APAC Awardees for Boys: Kevin Gresens, Alexandro Garcia, Stefano Javier, Liam Richards

SOCCER – Girls:

  • Overall 2nd place
  • Sportsmanship Award
  • A 4th consecutive finals appearance
  • All-APAC Awardees for Girls: Andie Tiongson, Kay Tan, Chloe Williams, Macy O’ Hara


  • Boys and girls teams, won the 7th place out of the 12 schools, in this season’s SUPER APAC.
  • Joo Han “James” Hyun and Junhyun “Jimmy” Back, won the SILVER, for the Doubles Division.


  • 5th Place
  • All-APAC Awardee: Anna Ozaeta


  • Boys won their first APAC Championship
  • 2nd place overall for Girls
  • Sportsmanship Award for both boys and girls
  • Broke 11 Brent and APAC Records as follows:
  1. Girls 100 Meter Hurdles .762 m
    Yamada, Meiko – Old:17.34 – New:17.32
  2. Girls Distance Medley – Old: 14:02.32 – New:13:26.22
    Plaza, Lauren Justine
    Vazquez, Rachael Veronique
    Atkins, Mackenzie Krischelle
    Kwon, Say-Yeon “Olivia”
  3. Girls Triple Jump
    Yamada, Meiko – Old: 9.95m – Semis: 10.24m – Final New:10.38m
  4. Boys Distance Medley – Old: 11:49.13 – New: 11:18.79
    Leggatt, William Aaron
    Paulino, Wilhelm Matthew
    Buenavista, Eduard Josh
    Leggatt, Joseph Alexander
  5. Boys 1 500 Meter Run
    Buenavista, Eduard Josh – Old: 4:24.28 – New: 4:23.39
  6. Boys 800 Meter Run
    Buenavista, Eduard Josh – Old: 2:05.00 – New: 2:04.11
  7. Boys 110 Meter Hurdles .914 m
    Garcia, Francisco Joaquin – Old: 16.24 – New:15.97
  8. Boys 4×100 Meter Relay – Old: 46.29 – New: 45.60
    Posadas, George Michael Jr.
    Garcia, Francisco Joaquin
    Takashima, Yusei
    Carlson, Christopher Joseph
  9. Boys 3000 Meter Run
    Leggatt, William Aaron – Old: 9:40.00 – New:9:39.80
  10. Boys 400 Meter Hurdles .838 m
    Garcia, Francisco Joaquin – Old:1:01.38 – New: 1:00.85
  11. Boys 4×400 Meter Relay – Old: 3:41.63 – New: 3:39.05
    Carlson, Christopher Joseph
    Posadas, George Michael Jr.
    Roxas, Jemuel
    Paulino, Wilhelm Matthew

Congratulations to Mario Labadan!

Congratulations to Mario Labadan (gr. 7) and his ILLAM ALL STARS team for a successful finish, 2nd Place, at the Little League Philippine Series Luzon Regionals Baseball Tournament held last April 7-14, 2019. Mario played outfield, 3rd base and pitcher.

They also placed 2nd at last month’s South East Asian Youth Baseball Softball Tournament (SEAYBST) in Singapore.

Congratulations to Mario Labadan!2019-04-25T08:04:36+08:00

1st Brent Golf Tournament

To confirm your participation in the tournament, kindly complete the online registration form.

1st Brent Golf Tournament2019-04-29T15:31:06+08:00

Way to go, Huaye “Wyett” Zeng and Marcie Grace Que!

Way to go, Huaye “Wyett” Zeng (gr. 12) and Marcie Grace Que (gr. 10) for a great representation of Brent Pride at the recently held Frontiers and Innovations in Teaching (FIT) Conference, an education conference for educators and school leaders in the Philippines.

Wyett and Grace shared about collaboration at Brent and the values they have developed–respect for one another, being tolerant individuals, and doing simple acts of kindness. They shared how these values have led them to be of service to others through activities such as Tech for Teaching, Forward and Say Grace.

Brent educates the whole child towards the fulfillment of a life well-lived. As a Pride, Brent’s ESLRs strengthen us. Thank you, Wyett and Grace, for being examples of this!

Way to go, Huaye “Wyett” Zeng and Marcie Grace Que!2019-04-22T07:42:34+08:00