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SM scholars top licensure exams for teachers
Thursday, December 17, 2009

MANILA, Philippines - SM scholars Jaylord Losabia and Michelle Mae Olvido topped the recent government licensure examinations for teachers. Losabia who graduated cum laude from the University of San Agustin in Iloilo placed first while Olvido who graduated magna cum laude from Cebu Normal University was No. 3. Olvido who is presently teaching at the St. Theresa’s College in Cebu and Losabia who is giving tutorial lessons to elementary and high school students, expect to teach in government schools next schoolyear.
All other SM scholars who took the same licensure examinations passed: Gabriel Vargas of the Philippine Normal University, Acza Jaimee Kalaw from the University of the Philippines in Los Banos, Raiza Rodriguez and Michelle Tualla both of St. Louis University in Baguio and Candy Mae Gildore of the University of South Eastern Philippines in Davao.
Meanwhile SM scholars who took the CPA Board examinations posted a 100 percent passing mark: Rochelle delos Santos and Layraline Quiambao of the Far Eastern University, and Gerdy Valerio, Cherry Ruth Salonoy, Jennilyn Villasin, Olisa Altamira all of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, Rachel Anne Batara of the University of the East in Caloocan, Maureen Margarita Reyes of the San Sebastian College in Recoletos, Neslie Ann Pena of the University of San Agustin in Iloilo, Sylvie Ann Mallada and John Salomes of the University of the Philippines in Visayas, and Rose Ann Efondo of the Xavier University in Cagayan de Oro.
Electronics & Communications Engineering Board passers are Catherine Pancipane, John Rey de Duque and Arthur Alfred Roxas of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, Pablo Asi of the University of Batangas and Jayson Jimenez of the FEU-East Asia College.
Majority of the above scholars are helping younger siblings pursue college education, a call made to them by their benefactor, Henry Sy Sr. during a testimonial dinner held in their honor last May.

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