Assumption College
Assumption College San Lorenzo
 
 

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2018-2019 Grade 11 B-3 Immersion
2018-2019 Grade 12 B-3 and H-1 Immersion
2018-2019 Grade 10-5 Immersion
2018-2019 Grade 11 B-2 and B-3 Immersion
2018-2019 Grade 9 Medical Mission: Project HEART

2018-2019 Grade 11 B-3 Immersion

Partner Community: Farmers of Tiaong Quezon

Last school year, this batch of students went to Tiaong, Quezon for a whole day farm exposure. They were able to interact with the farmers and experience farming. It was a fruitful encounter for them. This enabled them to become more aware and sensitive to the reality of a farmer’s life, at the same time, it is an opportunity to practice humility. Developing one’s awareness and humility will eventually inspire and challenge the students to respond to the call of Jesus to be the light for others through their committed action. This immersion, will be a valuable and life-changing experience for them.

2018-2019 Grade 12 B-3 and H-1 Immersion

Partner Community: Famers of Miserior Village and St. Paul Sisters, Brgy. Talabutab

This immersion is a valuable experience.

This S.Y. 2018-2019 our girls will have their immersion in Misereor Village in Natividad, Nueva Ecjia. This village was founded by MISEREOR, a German Catholic Bishops' Organization for Development Cooperation. In response to the plea of the people who were greatly affect by super typhoon Winnie that hit the Philippines last November 27, 2004. Misereor asked the help of the sisters of St. Paul de Chartres to give Christian Formation while they were in the process of rebuilding the homes and hopes of victims. After 14 years, the SPC sisters are still there providing formation programs for more than 200 families. The sisters also put up their own school in the area to give Catholic education to the children of the village and neighboring towns.

2018-2019 Grade 10-5 Immersion

Partner Comunity: Suhay Sameleno Ugnayang Wagas sa Asenso Kabuhayan
Assumption education always aims to develop in its community members, most especially the students, a holistic development of the head, heart and hand. In this light, part of our formation in Faith and Spirituality and Social Responsibility is the immersion. This aims to let the students find the joy in God as they appreciate and be grateful to God for oneself, one’s gifts and giftedness. Also to develop one’s mindfullness of others in the greater community. The most important is to respond and be dynamically involved with issues through empathic action for the capiz-making community.

2018-2019 Grade 11 B-2 and B-3 Immersion

Partner Community: Farmers of Tiaong Quezon
Last school year, this batch of students went to Tiaong, Quezon for a whole day farm exposure. They were able to interact with the farmers and experience farming. It was a fruitful encounter for them. This enabled them to become more aware and sensitive to the reality of a farmer’s life, at the same time, it is an opportunity to practice humility. Developing one’s awareness and humility will eventually inspire and challenge the students to respond to the call of Jesus to be the light for others through their committed action. This immersion, will be a valuable and life-changing experience for them.

2018-2019 Grade 9 Medical Mission: Project HEART

February 17, 2019
Earlier in the school year, the Grade 9 students had their CAST in Manila Boystown Complex. During their stay, they were able to empathise with their assigned homes and identify the specific needs of each cluster/group. A very evident concern was the lack of medical assistance for the elderly and children who are having difficulty in fulfilling their everyday activities due to illnesses, wounds left unchecked and neglection of health.

They chose the title Project HEART as it is a representation of the love they want the people in Manila Boystown to feel through the Medical Mission they will be having. It also an acronym for Heal, Encourage, Accept, Transform which is what Grade 9 wants to achieve as they try to help the children and elderly in Manila Boystown, addressing their Medical needs.

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