Out of more than 80 delegates from different countries around the world, one of Hope Christian High School’s outstanding students, Sted Micah Cheng of Grade 6 Endurance, won the Bronze Medal in the Junior Level Individual Round of the 5th World Mathematics Team Championship held on November 26 to 30 in Beijing, China.
Every year, HCHS holds enrichment classes for students to make their summer fruitful and worthwhile. This year, the school has decided to hold our first-ever Robotics Summer Class and it went off successfully. This class was held for five days from April 29 to May 5 and we had about twenty-one students. The attending teachers were Elementary Robotics Teacher Ms. Jennifer Cruz, David Samuel Ang, Elijah Tuyay, and myself.
Hope Christian High School celebrated the National Book Week last November 24-26, 2014 with the theme “Philippine Libraries: Future Possibilities.” With this, the library staff have prepared different activities for the students for them to enjoy the said event.
For starters, both pre-school and high school libraries had major “make-overs”. Different book covers were displayed all around the library, familiar titles that the readers would surely recognize. Informative trivia questions connected to the theme were also posted everywhere. A mini-book festival was also showcased where visitors may freely browse popular, award-winning titles.
Right after the end of World War II, on October 24, 1945, United Nations was established as mankind's last hope for peace. Every year, the whole world celebrates its founding anniversary in keeping with its mission to promote peace and solidarity among its constituent nations.
The Social Studies Department had its own contribution to commemorate its founding anniversary. Last October 20-24, 2014, with its theme "United Nations: For Peace and Progress," the students of Hope Christian High School participated in different activities such as essay writing, poster exhibit, acrostic making, and an international food festival. All these activities help promote awareness among our students on how this organization is helping the whole world preserve peace and progress.
The Manila Association of Private Preschool Administrators (MAPPRESA) held a dula-dulaan entitled “Ang Tipaklong at Ang Langgam” last October 3 at the Philippine Academy of Sakya. The contest was open to 5-year-old students of participating schools. There were thirteen preschools who participated in the contest. Teacher Marion Mae Pili and Teacher Rose Ann Atienza, trainors for Hope Preschool’s dula-dulaan selected 10 prep students. The main characters were Ezekiel Josh Divina as Tipaklong; Althea Moelle Manguiat as Langggam; Azenneth Jane Saw as the other Langgam; Elgene Co as Araw; Edley Stan Cheng as Ulap; Joshua Elijah Dee as Puno; Chloe Marie Dela Rosa as Flower; Rhianne Daphne Sia and Geonna Martha Lamorozza as Palay; and Prince Joah Salvador as Beetle. Praise God our Hope Preschool won as 3rd Runner up!
Hope Christian High School celebrated the annual nutrition month last July 21-25, 2014 reminding her students the importance of staying healthy and being ready in times of calamity.
Acclaimed children’s book writer and illustrator Robert Magnuson gave a book talk to Grades 3-5 students last October 1, 2014 at the HS Library. Starting off with the talk, he shared how he got started with his love affair with books.
“I grew up in a family that loves books. My two older brothers would borrow books which I ended up reading myself,” he narrates. Later he tried his hand at making his own books, which paved the way for him to start illustrating.
Noong nakaraang Agosto 29, 2014 ay ipinagdiwang ng Hope Preschool at Early Grades Department ang Buwan ng Wika na pinasimulan nina Bb. Leanelle Dizon at Bb. Alexi Chua at ang Tagapag-ugnay ng Palatuntunan na si Bb. Sheena Ong. Sa araw na ito, ang mga estudyande mula Toddler hanggang Ikalawang Baitang, pati ang mga guro ay nagsuot ng iba’t ibang kausotang Pilipino.
With the vision to promote Literacy in English and Mandarin, this year’s Miss Chinatown Nicole Cordoves together with Ms. Alexis Go, the Executive Director of Miss Chinatown Foundation Philippines Inc. visited Hope Christian High School on September 17, 2014. A warm welcome was given to them by the Principal of HCHS Ms. Angeline Tan, the supervisors and teachers. The preschool and early grades students pay attention as they listen and actively participate in the story telling activity led by Ms. Nicole.