Marist School formally opened school year 2021-2022 last August 31, welcoming students for another year of virtual education. With the pandemic still present within the Philippines, Marist School is now in its second year of implementing its virtual learning program, the Marist VIOLETS (Virtual and Integral Online Education through Technology and Support Systems). This year … Continue reading Maristas ‘reboot’ for SY 2021-2022
Growl the Marist story with us! Application to the Blue & Gold is open to all enrolled Grade 7 to Grade 12 students. Interested students are required to accomplish an online application form. Depending on the department, they will either answer a qualifying test or submit requirements. For more inquiries, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or … Continue reading Join Blue & Gold!
“My stay in Marist was like an abstract artwork, difficult to understand at first, but still filled both my eyes and heart with joy.” Completing junior high school with a class of equal number of male and female students, Ana Katrina Asuncion has experienced new things in Marist School after her transfer to senior high … Continue reading A differently familiar abstract artwork: SHS and graduation for Asuncion and Anagap
In a virtual graduation ceremony for the 219 senior high school graduates, Ana Katrina Asuncion, Marist's first female valedictorian, encourages the graduates to live out the value of service as taught by the school. “Marist taught us the essence of being of service to others, it showed us the importance of selflessness and love of … Continue reading First female valedictorian: ‘Marist taught us service’
Those who were born between 1997-2021 are part of Generation Z (also known as Gen Z, iGen, or centennials). Raised in the age of the internet, this generation is composed of true digital natives. They grew up on Facebook, dwell on Twitter, flex on Instagram, and are currently obsessed with Tiktok. Social media is this … Continue reading Gen Z: The space we rule, the power we hold