Post by Celso Paguntalan CH E on Jun 21, 2008 14:20:55 GMT -5
I believe the dominican sisters are doing their job very well. However, the success of the individual depends on him/herself. The educational institutions are there to help students prepare themselves for whatever career they will pursue. The last decision recides from the person, ultimately. As an alumnus of MIA, I am proud to say that I had a chance to be educated by the Dominicans. They provide us knowledge, virtues, faith, compassion, responsibility, discipline and excellence. At large, our batch HS of 1976 are still standing. We are always in touch among ourselve (majority lang). As an act of "giving back" to our Alma Mater (MIA), we started our high school scholarship this school year 2008. The HS Class of 1976 wishes that the rest of the Alumni will follow the same. Could you imagine if we work hand in hand together, we can help send other deserving students to MIA to get an excellent Christian education. There a lot of our hometown children who need financial support. It's a challenge for graduates or should I say, MIA Alumni.