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Double whammy victory for NDJC

There seems to be no other way but up, and thanks to the unrivalled passion and dedication of current NDJC President, Fr. Romeo S. Saniel, OMI, DBM, in the field of quality education through youth leadership and sports development, Notre Dame of Jolo College once again secured a double victory for the school.

The first is the prized PRISAA championship plaque for having dominated the 2017 games, held at home court, winning over three  other private schools in the ARMM in both the Junior and Senior categories. The second is the much coveted trophy in the national competition for Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO), with NDJC, as represented by our very own Ingat Kapandayan, landing in the fifth place.

Some 449 youth organizations competed nationwide for the TAYO award, with contestants coming from prestigious schools in provinces and metropolises all over the country.

Jubilant over the double victory, NDJC President  Fr. Romeo S. Saniel issued a challenge to his constituents as he made one announcement after another about the honors and awards Notre Dame schools have been recently reaping in other parts of Mindanao.

“Namamayagpag ang Notre Dame University ngayon,” he enthused, as he broke the news to awed audiences that NDU in Cotabato landed First Place in the recently held Board Exam for Civil Engineering. One of NDU’s Nursing graduates likewise landed in the Top Ten in the November 2016 Licensure Exam for Nurses.

Along with this revelation, Father Saniel  also announced that sister provincial school Notre Dame of Midsayap in North Cotabato, his parish school before he came back to NDJC in 2014, just won the PRISAA Provincial Meet for Cotabato, thus qualifying for the national gamesto be held at the Mall of Asia in Pasay City.

“Hindi alam ng mga parents kung ano ang gagawin. For the first time maglalaro ang mga anak nila sa Mall of Asia, lalaban sa mga taga La Salle at taga Ateneo de Manila.” Parents don’t know what to do, overjoyed as they are at the idea that their children will be playing in Manila against La Salle and Ateneo de Manila kids.

In the recently concluded PRISAA games for ARMM, NDJC bested four other schools, Furigay Colleges and Mindanao Autonomous College Foundation of Lamitan City in Basilan; the Mahardika Institute of Technology of Tawi-Tawi; and the Sulu College of Technology. Unable to come on account of risks associated with travels to Zamboanga and the Sulu Islands were the athletes from private schools in Maguindanao and  Lanao Sur. 


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