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Chiang Kai Shek College | 菲律濱中正學院

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CKSC Alumni Take Top 2 Ranks in Pharmacy Licensure Exam


It's a 1-2 punch for CKSC with Hannah Cathlyne Tan Co, high school batch 2010 alumna from regular section IV-9, and Mark Francisco Kua, 3rd honorable mention of high school batch 2009, placing 1st and 2nd respectively in the June 2014 Pharmacy Licensure Examination conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission.

Congratulations from your CKSC family!

 

Mary Grace Khu Tops Watercube Singing Philippine Tilt


Mary Grace Khu, a CKS College Bachelor of Science in Commerce, major in Marketing student and high school batch 2011 alumna, topped the Philippine elimination of the 2014 Watercube Cup Overseas Chinese Youth Singing Competition (〝水立方杯〞海外華裔青少年 中文歌曲大賽菲律濱地區選拔賽) sponsored by the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (FFCCCII) last June 15, 2014 at the FFCCCII auditorium.
For her feat, Mary Grace Khu will represent the Philippines to the world competition this July 20 to August 8 in Beijing, China.

CKS Swimmer Wins Fourth Gold in PNG


Non- Philippine team members Brandon Sing, Skyler Claveria, Roanne Yu, and Precilla Aquino produced four gold medals each to mark the third day of swimming competitions in the 2014 Philippine National Games at the Rizal Memorial Pool.

Sing, a 16 year old high school graduate of Chiang Kai Shek, picked up his fourth gold in the boys’ 15 and over 50- meter backstroke in 29.76 seconds to add to his wins in the 200m back (2:21.42), 4x200m medley relay (2:01.42), and 100m back (1:04.24).

He broke his personal best of 29.85sec in the 50m back, a small feat for the upcoming Ateneo student this school year who dreamed of making into the Southeast Asian Age Group Swimming Championships next year.

“I’m pretty satisfied with how I fared this year. I think I performed better than last year,” said Sing, who will compete for Ateneo in the UAAP later this year.

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Obiena Breaks Pole Vault Record


 It runs in the family.

Emily Jean Obiena - daughter of Emerson who once held the Philippine men’s pole vault record and sister of Ernest John “EJ” who tied the existing men’s pole vault record - broke the junior record for pole vault with her 3.20 meter effort at the Philsports oval during the 2014 Philippine National Games.

A strong early evening wind had just settled down when the five-foot-six Emily cleared 3.2 meters on her first attempt, and she did it with only her mother Jeannette watching from the sidelines.

The 16-year-old Obiena, a third year high school student at Chiang Kai Shek School, broke past the 3.10 meter mark twice that evening after she passed the bar at 3.15 meters.

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CKSC Scoutmaster Chosen Among Philippines' Finest!


Engr. Kervin Clyde C. Go, a graduate of CKSC high school batch 1999 and currently a volunteer scoutmaster and chairman of the Adult Leader’s Council of the Chiang Kai Shek College Scout Center, was selected  one of the 9 Outstanding Scoutmasters of the Philippines during the Tribute to the Scoutmasters Ceremony held last May 21, 2014 at L’ Fisher Hotel in Bacolod City. The event was part of the 58th Annual National Council Meeting (ANCM) of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines.

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Spectacular Summer for Students


It might be summer time, but CKS College students scorched as hot as the sun in competitions and events held in May.

During the prestigious Palarong Pambansa 2014 held from May 6 to 9 in the town of Sta. Cruz at Laguna, Brandon Willis W. Sing, a recent high school graduate of batch 2014, bagged the silver medal in the 200m Backstroke event. He was also part of the victorious National Capital Region (NCR) team that captured the gold medals in the 4x50 and 4x100 meter relays.

Alyssa M. Gonzales, Hazel Anne R. Kho, Angelika Soriano, Pamela Andree C. Payac, Je-Anne L. Camelo, and Ria Joy J. Nabalan, all members of the CKSC high school girls basketball team, were part of the National Capital Region team that won the gold medal in girls basketball event during the Palarong Pambansa 2014. The NCR team was ably coached by Diana Sy, Cristina dela Cruz, and Angelina Fidellaga, core members of the CKSC coaching staff. Ria Joy Nabalan was also selected as Most Valuable Player of the event.

Senior scouts from Chiang Kai Shek College and two other private schools represented Manila to the 6th National Scout Venture Camp held at Lingayen, Pangasinan last May 5 to 9. One of the scouts, Andrew Brandon Ong, was tasked to deliver his remarks and impressions during the closing ceremonies as representative of the Central Luzon, Southern Tagalog, and National Capital Regions. The other CKSC scouts in this national event were Kevyn Choco, Jefferson Chua, Jack Calvin Chua, Ivan Kwok, and Oliver John Christian Liu.

 

Track and Field Athletes Win in FCAAF Pangasinan Meet


Congratulations to the CKSC grade school and high school track & field athletes who competed and won honors during the Filipino-Chinese Amateur Athletic Federation (FCAAF) National Meet last April 11 to 13, 2014 at Lingayen, Pangasinan.

The athletes copped numerous honors, including
Overall Champion - Group C Female Track and Field
Overall Champion - Group B Female Track and Field

Field Champion - Group B Female
Track 1st Runner-Up - Group B Female
Field 2nd Runner-Up - Group B Male

Track Champion - Group C Female
Field Champion - Group C Female
Track 1st Runner-Up - Group C Male
Field 2nd Runner-Up - Group C Male

Kudos also to Ria Nabalan (IV-6) for breaking the previous shot put record from 9.8 to a new high of 10.32 meters.

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  3. CKSC Produces CMLI Victors
  4. CKSC Regains Global Dimensions Olympiad Title

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