Ann Aure who graduated with
a bachelor's degree in nutrition was
chosen as one of the Ten
Outstanding Students of the
Philippines in 2009. Mary Ann
was the recipient of the scholarship
sponsored by Dr. Carmen Intengan, former head of the
Nutrition Department of SSC as well
as of the
National Institute of Nutrition and
Jemimah Landicho was one of
two Scholasticans chosen by the
committee handling the screening of student candidates for the
2010 Ayala Young
Leaders Camp during the summer.
was one of the four members of the
team that produced the
contest sponsored by De La Salle
Getting second place in the
Youth Songwriting Contest
Soleil wrote the lyrics for the tune
composed by a fellow Scholastican.
Soleil was likewise a finalist in
the competition for the
Young Environmentalists Envoys.
Former scholar donates scholarship.
Ma. Fe Perez Agudo, was a BSC
graduate of 1983 and an SSRDF
scholar during her college years.
Ma. Fe is now the president and
chief executive officer of the
Asia Resources, Inc. Ms. Agudo is
sponsoring three additional scholars
taking up accounting starting school
year 2010-2011 - a way of
helping some student as she had been
helped a number of years ago.
The new grants can be for any degree
Flor Marie Sta. Romana-Cruz, 2010
PAX Awardee, had a novel
wish for gifts to her from
classmates and friends on the
occasion of her PAX Award by SSC: a
donation to the scholarship fund in
memory of her sister, Chona.
SSRDF received all the donations,
increasing the Corazon Sta. Romana
Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Another recent recipient of a
scholarship fund in her honor was
Sister Fe Andrea Collantes,
OSB, who celebrated her
golden jubilee of monastic
profession last May 9, 2010.
This was the gift of her former
students in SSC, led by Neni SR
Cruz. Sister Fe Andrea was
visibly and happily moved by the
thoughtfulness and love behind it
Clarissa (Mike) Palileo is
sponsoring a scholarship in memory
of her mother, Mrs. Amelia Palileo.
Her sister, Cristy, has indicated
that she is joining Mike in this
gesture. Lately, word came
from Salve Peña Neelarkavil
that she is putting in a donation to
the same memorial scholarship.
has likewise started a scholarship
fund in memory of her mother, Mrs.
a former college teacher at SSC, has
time and again sent in or brought
donations for the SSRDF scholarship
Now living in Canada,
Teresita visited SSC when she came
home for some months to be with her
sick sister who lives in Greater
She too will have a
scholarship in her name.
Donations have come in too from
former scholars now graduated and
working in different areas and