By Jeremie Lei Casanding, Eunice Rainielle Mendoza, Carl Valdez Photo by Edmir Capuno
“We shall know our strength and identify our weakness to improve ourselves and move forward beyond our legacy.”
This was the message of Principal Jocelyn Sollano during the opening of the foundation day. She affirmed the theme: ‘TPS@ 9 : Moving Forward Beyond its Legacy.’
The morning was made even more exciting with each grade showcasing their dance of different themes per level. Each has been enhancing and improving their flaws for the past few weeks and surprised guests with their performances. The champion in Kindergarten was KG- 2am. The champion in the primary level was 2-A. 5-A and B have proved themselves successful as intermediate champions. Lastly, Grade 9 was hailed as champion in the high school level.
On the 25th of February, 87 contestants from kindergarten to senior high school competed for the Mr. and Ms. TPS crown. “You don’t have to be perfect to inspire others, let others be inspired by the way you handle your own imperfections, ” said Ms. TPS 2017 Eunice Rainielle Mendoza. Contestants radiated their charms, confidence, and poise. From an alluring tango performance by Kyla Patricia Raflores (1st runner up) to a gifted artist who drew Mr. Rodrigo Duterte upside down by Noel Cresente Gonzales (Mr. TPS 2017), All presented their very best selves to prove themselves worthy of winning the competition and to push The Philippine School further beyond its legacy, as its potential representatives.
The Philippine school rewarded its students with brilliant performances in TPS Live where everyone was stunned by their talent. Groups of dancers shared their flawless moves. Singers and composers harmonized to their music with powerful and angelic voices.
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