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Bagaman bags Outstanding Swimmer Award - JCS finished 5th Overall FCSAL PDF  | Print |

by Kaye Bondoc

Nico Bagaman, a sophomore student, brought another honor to the school. He competed in Cavite Amateur Swimming Association Inc. (CASAI) last January 31, 2009. The game was held at De La Salle University- Dasmarinas (DLSU-D). He won golds in 15m butterfly, 15m breaststroke 15m freestyle and 200m individual medley. And silver in 15m backstroke. He was also rewarded as an outstanding swimmer. He also said that he is proud representing his school and his inspirations are his family and coach.

Game Standing


H.S single boys A- 4th place- Nico Ferrier

H.S single boys B- 4th place- Remar Ebrona

Elementary single boys A-

Champion- Ivan Tumacay

H.S doubles boys- 1st place-

Nino Sandajan

Gerald Sigua

H.S doubles girls- 3rd place-

Nica Reyes

Mae Balinado

Jam-packed Trip PDF  | Print |

by Kaye Bondoc


Fieldtrip is the happiest and most exciting activity every year. For four years now, outbound educators, facilitates and makes the fieldtrip extra-ordinary for every Jceans. Students were exposed to real life and to real world learning.

Last January 22, 2009, Kuya Marvin oriented the higher elementary and High School students in building B about the coming fieldtrip in Tanay, Rizal. The HE and HS were oriented at 2:00-3:00pm and at 3:00-4:00pm respectively. Kuya Marvin briefly explained about activities, information and things to bring with some added jokes and punch lines for the February 6 event. Bus seats were alphabetically arranges to be sure that the bus will be fully loaded. The assembly time was 5:30am while the departure was 6:00am. Lakbay Kalikasan facilitators informed and entertained the students with stories and funny punch lines.

No Tagalog Language Allowed PDF  | Print |

by Henna Faeldo

Last English Day, January 19, 2009, students practiced speaking in English to enhance their ability to speak in English. English is also the universal language, it means every people understand the language.

English Day was held at the Elementary Building and was hosted by Ihna Narvaez and Fitz Jordan. Every year level prepared their presentation. Some do declamation, poem, speech, and a chamber theater are some of the presentation prepared by each class. Ms. Roda took charge of the event, she also helped the High School students in doing their presentation. The 1st year class presented a declamation entitled “Two Friends” while the 2nd year class performed a choral entitled “Poor Old Woman”. They wore complete costumes and make-ups, all of them participated and memorized their script very well. They also had their facial expressions too. The 3rd year students were the main event of the day. They performed a Chamber Theater entitled “Mr. Money and Mrs. Luck”, Marius Martino as the Mr. Money and Marinel Bacala as Mrs. Luck. All of the students were happy as the presentation ended.

Heroes Among Us PDF  | Print |

by Khristine Caasi

January 09, 2009, was the first chapel hour for the High School Department for this year. Even though the weather is bad, teachers and students still attend this activity. The 3rd year high school students are in charge of this activity. Marinel Bacala, JM Mahinay and Jasfer Villanueva led the praise and worship while, Rephael Secretario, Francis Juinio, Hanz Resurreccion and Remar Ebrona played the instruments. Marjorie Deocariza pray for the opening prayer and after the prayer Jil Martinez, Noemi Llorera and Kaye Bondoc gave a prelude dance as their offertory worship to God. Their presentation is about “Rahab and the two spies”.

It was interesting because they play it in a form of pantomime and make it humorous so everybody could enjoy watching it. After the play, Marinel Bacala explained about the play so that it would be more understandable. Offering and tithes were gathered during the chapel hour. Dr. Rubai was invited speaker to discuss about HEROES. The definition hero is an ordinary person who responded to an EXTRA–ORINADY GOD.

Make-overs in JCS PDF  | Print |

by Marius Martino

This school year, developments in Jabez Christian School are evident.  The beautification of the surroundings and the ongoing construction of three new rooms to house the Pre-school department next school year are among the make-overs in JCS.


The maintenance helped a lot in the beautification project like landscaping and planting some ornamental plants to make the school grounds look better.


According to Kuya Cris, one of our maintenance, the construction of the new pre-school rooms and the landscaping started since Christmas break. By the end of this school year it will all be finished and will be utilized for the coming school year. The maintenance will also landscape the plants near the elementary building. However, the front door of the elementary rooms will be at the back and the path walk will be at the side of the soccer field, so the students could easily be seen.

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