UE Student Bags Mr. Philippines-Tourism Title!

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Congratulations to UE College of Business Administration-Manila student Nico Angelo F. De La Paz for winning the title of Mr. Philippines-Tourism in the Mister Philippines 2016 Pageant on April 14, 2016 at Tanghalang Pasigueño in Pasig City!

A third-year student taking up Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Marketing Management, Mr. Dela Paz also won the Nereku Choice Award, named after Nereku Shoes, one of the sponsors of the pageant.

As Mr. Philippines Tourism, Mr. Dela Paz serves as the official spokesperson of the pageant and will be promoting the advocacies and beneficiaries of the pageant, such as Bantay Bata 163.

Prior to joining Mr. Philippines, Mr. Dela Paz won 2nd Runner-up in Metro Elite Bachelor Philippines 2015. He also was a contestant in Marikina City’s Binibining Marikit at Ginoong Makisig 2014 pageant, his first attempt at pageant competition.

Kudos, Warrior Mr. Philippines Winner!

UE Women’s Basketball Team Wins Fr. Martin Cup Championship!

The photo shows, from left, Andrea Relova, Alyssa Gayacao, Cristine Cortizano, Anne Jill Lou Pedregosa, Jeivi Jansen Nama, Nicole Mendina, Joyce Francisco, Eunique Chan, Justine Rochelle Bobis, Ruth Laine Chlaire Tacula, Kaithlee Gaa, Sarah Antonio, Love Joy Sto. Domingo and Bienca Rozanne Ramos.

The photo shows, from left, Andrea Relova, Alyssa Gayacao, Cristine Cortizano, Anne Jill Lou Pedregosa, Jeivi Jansen Nama, Nicole Mendina, Joyce Francisco, Eunique Chan, Justine Rochelle Bobis, Ruth Laine Chlaire Tacula, Kaithlee Gaa, Sarah Antonio, Love Joy Sto. Domingo and Bienca Rozanne Ramos.

Big congratulations to the UE Red Warriors Women’s Basketball Team for winning the Women’s Basketball Tournament of this year’s Father Edgar Martin Basketball Invitational Tournament, better known as the Father Martin Cup! The championship game was held on June 9, 2016, at the San Beda College Gym in Manila.

The team overpowered the Adamson Lady Falcons, 74-70, to clinch the crown. The latest edition of the annual Father Martin Cup ran from April to June 2016.

This is the second recent tournament where the Lady Warriors earned a podium finish. Last May 22, they emerged as 2nd Runner-up at the Smart-Pilipinas Chinese Amateur Basketball League (PCABL) Dickies Women’s Cup, after downing their counterparts in Centro Escolar University, 73-56, at the Buddhacare Gym in Quezon City.

Two UE Lady Warriors, Lovejoy Sto. Domingo and Eunique Chan, were part of that tournament’s Mythical Five selection.

Very well done, Lady Warriors! Keep playing, keep fighting, keep winning!

UE Beauty Tops Them All in International Pageant!

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Big cheers to UE College of Business Administration-Manila student Maria Jayzamel B. Vista for winning the 2016 Miss Teen Planet Beauty Pageant! The contest was held on June 29, 2016 in Sozopol, Bulgaria.

A second-year Bachelor of Science in Accountancy student, Ms. Vista represented the Philippines in the 11th edition of the beauty pageant, competing against more than 50 other contestants from around the world. This edition marks the first time for the Philippines to join the competition.

A member of the UE Accounting Honors class, Ms. Vista is a recipient of the UE-Bernaldo Scholarship, a partnership between the University and UE alumna Atty. Rosario S. Bernaldo. She was also awarded as Miss Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) in 2015.

Earlier this year, Ms. Vista was appointed as Miss Teen Planet-Philippines by Queens of Our Beautiful Planet, a non-profit organization in charge of sending delegates to the said pageant. She was also a member of the Mr. and Ms. Philippine Youth Elite Circle 12 2015, and was recognized as a Collegiate Ambassador for Peace of the World Youth Federation.

In addition to winning the grand plum, Ms. Vista also won the pageant’s Best in National Costume award.

Congratulations, World-class Warrior Beauty Queen!

UE Manila PME Schedule

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Attention, Warriors in UE Manila:

Please take note of your assigned schedule for the annual Physical and Medical Examination (PME). The PME will be at the UE Manila Medical and Dental Clinic, Ground Floor, P. O. Domingo-Center for Information Technology Building

UE Freshman Moves Higher and Higher in World Top Junior Tennis Rankings

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Big congratulations to UE Red Warriors Lawn Tennis Team member Alberto “AJ” Lim Jr., whose international tennis ranking shot up to no. 19 among the world’s top junior tennis players, up four notches from no. 23, thanks to his impressive showing at the recently concluded French Open.

At the 2016 tournament, held from May 22 to June 5 at the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris, France, AJ advanced to the Junior World Division’s Second Round after defeating Constantin Bittoun Kouzmine (rank 60) of France, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2, on May 29. He followed this up by overwhelming top seed US player Ulysses Branch (rank 3), 6-3, 6-1, on June 1. His French Open 2016 bid concluded on June 2, in the hands of German player Marvin Moeller (rank 34), 2-6, 1-6, in the qualifying round of the tournament’s quarterfinals.

AJ, who learned tennis from his father as early as four years old, is a UE freshman taking up Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Marketing Management at the UE College of Business Administration-Manila. He was also a high school freshman of the UE Elementary and Secondary Laboratory schools before transferring to Colegio de San Juan de Letran.

Earlier this year, he captured 2nd Place in the Asian B1 International Tennis Federation (ITF) Pune Open Junior Championship 2016. The tournament was from May 2 to May 7, 2016 in Pune, India. He was recognized by the Philippine Sportswriters’ Association in its Annual Awards Night last February 13, 2016. This after his impressive showing in 2015, wherein he topped the Delhi ITF Juniors tournament in Delhi, India, in February of that year, followed by his winning the Philippine Columbian Association (PCA) Open in September 2015. In addition, he saw action in the Boys’ Singles Competition of the 2015 Wimbledon in England.

AJ is the younger brother of UE Red Warriors Lawn Tennis Team Coach Numero Lim. Coach Lim, for his part, had been an ITF junior world no. 87 and Asian no. 5 lawn tennis player. Their father, Alberto Sr., is a UE BS Accountancy alumnus of CBA Manila. Under the helm of Coach Lim, the Warrior-Tennis players were able to secure back-to-back 2nd Place finishes in Seasons 77 and 78 of the UAAP Tennis Tournament.

AJ started seeing action starting today, June 25, at the China Men’s Open, the qualifying round of the 2016 Zijin Mining Cup-Longyan ITF F10 Futures men’s tournament, which itself runs from June 27 to July 3, 2015, at Longyan, Fujian Province, China. In his match today, AJ handily defeated China’s Feng Ruiyang, 6-2, 6-2, to advance to the next round.

This marks the first time for a UE student athlete to participate in this international competition whose champion stands to earn US$25,000. Through this Futures stunt, AJ, who is not just the lone UE Red Warrior but the lone Filipino in this tournament, stands to earn points in the men’s division of the prestigious, global Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).

Post-Futures, AJ will return to the grass courts of Wimbledon, England, for the 2016 Wimbledon Championships on July 2 to July 10, 2016.

Keep playing, keep fighting and keep winning, World-Class Tennis Warrior! Go fight, Red and White!

UE Caloocan PME Schedule

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Former UE Red Warriors Coach Boycie Zamar, Ulirang Ama 2016 Awardee

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Congratulations to UE alumnus and former UE Red Warriors Men’s Basketball Team Head Coach David “Boycie” D. Zamar, one of the awardees of 23rd Ulirang Ama Awards. The awarding ceremony was held on Father’s Day, June 19, 2016 at The Manila Hotel.

Recognized as the lone Ulirang Ama Awardee in the field of Sports and Culture for 2016, Coach Boycie was a member of the last two UE Red Warriors Men’s Basketball Teams to capture the UAAP Men’s Basketball trophy in 1984 and 1985.

Coach Boycie was the Head Coach of his Alma Mater’s men’s basketball team twice. First was from 2001 to 2003, helming a lineup composed of James Yap, Ronald Tubid and Paul Artadi, among others, to consecutive UAAP Final Four appearances. He once again took over coaching duties for the team from mid-2012 until 2014.

Coach Boycie is married to Esperanza Zamar, with whom he has two children, Paul Christian, himself a former member of the UE Red Warriors Men’s Basketball Team, and Carissa Phoebe.

Organized by the Ulirang Ina Ama Foundation Inc., the Ulirang Ama Awards recognizes outstanding Filipino fathers who have shown success in their professional lives while fulfilling their role as head of their respective families.

The photo here shows Coach Boycie with his Ulirang Ama award with (from left) his son and former UE Red Warrior Paul Zamar, and former UE College of Business Administration-Caloocan Dean and UE alumnus Eduardo Trinidad.

Cheers to the great Warrior-Coach and Warrior-Father!

UE BELS Manila Mission-Vision

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University of the East Basic Education Laboratory Schools
In the Service of Youth, Country and God

 

THE UE MISSION STATEMENT

Imploring the aid of Divine Providence, the University of the East dedicates itself to the service of youth, country and God, and declares adherence to academic freedom, progressive instruction, creative scholarship, goodwill among nations and constructive educational leadership.

Inspired and sustained by a deep sense of dedication and a compelling yearning for relevance, the University of the East hereby declares as its goal and addresses itself to the development of a just, progressive and humane society.

 

THE UE VISION STATEMENT

As a private non-sectarian institution of higher learning, the University of the East commits itself to producing, through relevant and affordable quality education, morally upright and competent leaders in various professions, imbued with a strong sense of service to their fellowmen and their country.

 

THE UE BELS VISION

We, the dedicated BELS mentors, commit ourselves to the holistic development and formation of individuals who are imbued with competence and a deep sense of nationalism, and are God-loving, service-oriented, environment-friendly and primed for leadership in a just, progressive and humane society.

 

THE UE BELS MISSION

We devote ourselves in providing affordable quality education to nurture individuals in a multi-cultural society and to mold them to become academically equipped, God-loving, environmentally sensitive and truly Filipino.

 

THE UE BELS OBJECTIVES    

As a laboratory school of the College of Education, the BELS serves as a venue in translating educational theories, principles, strategies, approaches and methodologies in a formal school setting.

 

As a Basic Education Department, we:

  1. Provide basic academic and life skills to strengthen students’ social, cultural, ethical and moral values
  2. Adopt research-based teaching-learning strategies and activities for discovering and enhancing children’s multiple intelligences
  3. Develop programs to strengthen the articulation of the core values of the UE ESLS
  4. Strengthen the outreach program to instill a deep sense of social responsibility, volunteerism and passionate service.

 

 

THE UE BELS CORE VALUES

 

A student of the UE ESLS practices:

Uprightness of Character

Excellence

Environment-friendliness

Social and Moral Responsibility

Loyalty and Integrity

Service-orientedness

UE EHSD Caloocan Mission-Vision

 

 

 

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~ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES~

1. To provide students learning opportunities for the acquisition of values and basic skills that will help them become enlightened, critical, creative and productive members of the society;
2. To provide the students adequate learning opportunities and facilities for the development of their abilities that will help them cope with life’s challenges;
3. To produce quality students who are adequately prepared for the challenges of Secondary Education.

~HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES~

1. To provide learning experiences for the students that will help them discover and enhance their aptitudes, talents and interest.
2. To provide learning opportunities for the development of the students’ intellectual, moral, physical and cultural aspects and acquisitions of skills and values, which will help them, become better and productive members of society.
3. To make students appreciate their important role in the protection and preservation of the environment and nation building; and
4. To produce competent students who are adequately prepared for the challenges of Tertiary level.

~University of the East – Goals and Objectives~
To attract and retain:
1 .Highly motivated, diligent and ambitious students, desire to improve themselves and their community

2. Competent, scholarly committed, dedicated and morally upright teaching staff

3. Competent, efficient and morally upright employees

4. To expand educational opportunities to the deserving but financially disadvantaged

5. To upgrade facilities and equipment to the advantage of advances in relevant technologies

6. To utilize resources responsibly and efficiently

7. To graduates who will have the requisite knowledge, skills and values to meet the challenges of the national and international demands in their professions

UE Freshman Defeats Top-Seed US Opponent, is Last Asian Standing at French Open!

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Our Warrior athlete and the Philippines’ bet at the ongoing French Open tennis tournament, UE Red Warriors Lawn Tennis Team member Alberto “AJ” Lim Jr., has defied considerable odds to overwhelm top-seed US player world no. 3 Ulysses Blanch on June 1, 2016, at the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris, France.

The game, which is part of the French Open’s Junior World Division and was postponed from its original May 31 schedule due to foul weather, saw AJ defeat his American counterpart in very convincing fashion, 6-3, 6-1.

Not only has AJ attained this latest victory, he is also the last Asian player left at the ongoing French Open. (The photo here shows him being interviewed by the cable channel Fox Sports Asia.)

Last May 29, AJ, whose current world rank of no. 23 could further improve, beat his first-round French Open opponent, France’s Constantin Bittoun Kouzmine (world rank: 60), 6-1, 3-6, 6-2.

AJ, who turned 17 last May 18, is the fourth ever Filipino athlete and the first ever UE Red Warrior to play at the French Open. He is a Bachelor of Science in Business Management freshman at the UE College of Business Administration-Manila (CBA Manila).

AJ’s coach is Engr. Numero Lim, who is the Head Coach of the UE Red Warriors’ Men’s Lawn Tennis Team.

To date, AJ has four matches to go, with his latest set for today, June 2, 11 a.m. (Paris time) against Germany’s Marvin Moeller (world rank no. 34). If AJ wins today’s match, he will advance to the quarterfinals of the French Open’s Junior World Division.

The French Open, one of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournaments, is ongoing up to June 6. AJ and Coach Lim’s itinerary this year will include heading to the Wimbledon Open in London on June 20 to 27; the Summer Olympics in Rio De Janiero on August 6 to 14; and the US Open on August 29 to September 11.

The Lim brothers thank UE Vice Chairman and Philippine Airlines President Jaime Bautista for supporting their trips to the French Open and the Wimbledon Open.

The annual French Open, which is also named after French aviator Roland Garros, is said to be the premier clay court tennis championship in the world, is the second of four annual Grand Slam tournaments, and is deemed the world’s most physically demanding tennis tournament.

Keep playing and keep winning for UE and the country, AJ and Coach Lim! Go fight, Red and White!

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