Rhyoo, Sim and Santos lead the 2017 graduating class of MBA


Nine middle school students of Marianas Baptist Academy are on their way to higher grade levels after the school held its 30th commencement exercise at the Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center yesterday.

Middle school valedictorian Victoria Nicole M. Santos hopes to get into Stanford for college so she can take up medicine.

The school’s high school graduates also had their commencement exercise yesterday, with 16 high school students getting their diplomas.

High school valedictorian Da Hwan (Danee) Rhyoo is set to take up Economics at Korea University in Seoul, while high school salutatorian Hyanggi (Amy) Sim is set to take up Engineering at Baylor University in Texas.

School principal Gospel J. Trinidad, “Pastor T” to his students, said, “We want our students to be active and to think with a sound mind, critically and humbly doing what is right and proper based on the biblical principles that we have been teaching for these many years. …This is stated clearly in the tenets of Marianas Baptist Academy.”

Guest speaker Dolores Drew from the Office of the Governor encouraged the graduates to work harder, “enough to make your parents proud, to make everyone proud.”

“Today is when a new book begins for you and the rest is still unwritten. You are only in the beginning,” she added.

High school graduate and class president Katrina Anne A. Reyes was presented with the Leadership Award and Principal’s List award.


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