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This is one exciting school year!

How time flies so fast! It was just a couple of weeks ago when the school was swarmed with expectant faces, eager to face the new school year! And now it's already the month of July and students are already occupied with long tests, assignments and projects.

So aside from this stuff, what keeps Trinitarians busy?

On the following days, the school campus will be filled with streamers and posters of the Supreme Trinitarian Council (STC) contenders. The aspiring officers are busy wooing the student body to vote for them. This activity gives the students the chance to choose their student leaders.

The 4th year students participated in the Tree Planting Activity sponsored by the government of Negros Occidental. They went to Murcia and planted trees as their share of preserving mother earth.

Thea Tabuga, a fourth year student, won 3rd Place in the Essay writing contest in relation with the environment week activity.

A couple of weeks from now, Christian Bermejo, Olsen John Ong and Timothy James Tan, the school's math whiz' will go to China and Singapore respectively to compete in an International math Contest.

To add to this, the Sports Department is busy organizing trainings and physical fitness activities to prepare athletes in various local and national sports competition. Walking down memory lane, Nikki Therese Servando who is now a member of the Philippine Badminton Team won a silver medal in China. Together with her were the Costan sisters who went through rigorous training in the field of track and field.

The school also sent a number of high school students to China last summer. They were immersed in the Mandarin language and Chinese culture with a series of educational tours as side dishes.

The school's alumni are proving their worth in their various field of expertise. Micah Yap (batch 2006) graduated as cum laude in Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Chino Dongon (batch 2006), as cum laude in BS Accountancy, Jelyn Lois Lim, (batch 2005) magna cum laude in BS Accountancy while Philippe Jan dela Cruz graduated with many laurels for being an outstanding student of the University of St. La Salle.

And for this school year, the institution has achieved an all time high in the student population. The campus is now filled with a merry mixture of races - Chinese, Koreans, Fil -Ams, Japanese-filipinos to name a few. Isn't this a good thing to thank the Lord for?

And so together with the Psalmist, we can say" Praise the Lord! Give thanks to the Lord for He is good, His love endures forever."