October 20, 2014

Congratulations to the MTAP Winners from Makati Hope Christian School!

Earl Ng, Kurt Tanting, Gabriel Dy, Vanessa Lim, Dianne Mappala, Marcus Chuansu, Jino Palanca, Rey De Velez

Earl Ng, Kurt Tanting, Gabriel Dy, Vanessa Lim, Dianne Mappala, Marcus Chuansu, Jino Palanca, Rey De Velez

Makati Hope Christian School’s Chairman of the Board, Mr. Luke Roxas congratulates all the students for bringing honor to MHCS. Makati Hope Christian School students have once again proved their intellectual abilities. MHCS gained several awards in this year’s MTAP NCR 2012 Math Challenge. Bright students from Makati Hope Christian School have won different merit awards on the course of this academic event. Grade 3 students who received 3rd honors were Vanessa Lim (first girl from the left), Marcus Chuansu (third boy from the right), and Dianne Mappala (girl on the left side of Lim).  Grade 4 student Lawrence Gabriel Dy (third boy from the right) was 1st honor. 2nd honor was given to Grade 5 student Kurt Bradley Tanting (second boy from the left) and 3rd honors were given to Earl Ng (first boy from the left), Lee Roy De Velez (first boy on the right), and Jino Palanca (second boy from the right) (Grade 6). These awards prove the quality education they receive from Makati Hope Christian School.

Jino Palanca (Grade 6), Kurt Tanting (Grade 5), Earl Ng (Grade 6), Dianne Mappala (Grade 3)

Jino Palanca (Grade 6), Kurt Tanting (Grade 5), Earl Ng (Grade 6), Dianne Mappala (Grade 3)

Our grade school students weren’t the only ones who showed off their intellectual capabilities. 2nd year high school Yu-Wen Huang have received third honors and is also a participant for the individual finals to be held on February 04, 2012. Third honors were also given to Yu Hsiang Huang and Leslie Vanessa Lim (4th year students).

Leslie Lim (4th Year), Yu Hsiang Huang (4th Year), and Yu Wen Huang (2nd Year)

Leslie Lim (4th Year), Yu Hsiang Huang (4th Year), and Yu Wen Huang (2nd Year)

We applaud our outstanding students for making MHCS stand out among the rest. Out of all the schools in Manila, Pasay, and Makati, Makati Hope Christian School was named one of the best and we thank God for His blessing. We also attribute these awards to the quality education offered by the premier learning institution. Our students still managed to win awards despite the time limits given to each category- Grade 1 and 2 – 70 minutes, Grade 3 and 4- 80 minutes, Grade 5 and 6- 90 minutes, and High school – 120 minutes.

Vanessa Lim (Grade 3), Gabriel Dy (Grade 4), Roy De Velez (Grade 6), Marcus Chuansu (Grade 3)

Vanessa Lim (Grade 3), Gabriel Dy (Grade 4), Roy De Velez (Grade 6), Marcus Chuansu (Grade 3)

AREA 1 includes Manila, Pasay, and Makati. Their testing venue was at the Philippine Cultural College. Some of the registered schools for area 1 include: Adamson University, Chiang Kai Shek College, Colegio San Agustin, Gideon Academy, Makati Hope Christian School, Philippine Normal University, Philippine Pasay Chung Hua Academy, Philippine Cultural College, and St. Jude Catholic School.

AREA 2 is comprised of QC, San Juan, Pasig, Marikina, and Mandaluyong. There were a total of 5 testing venues for Area 2. One was at Dee Hwa Liong Academy–Marcos Highway, Santolan, Pasig City. The morning batch (Grades 1-6) started at 8am and (High School) 10:30am. The afternoon batch kicked off at one in the afternoon. Some of the schools included in this category were: ADT Montessori School, Holy Spirit School, Immaculate Concepcion Academy, La Salle Greenhills, Lourdes School of Mandaluyong, National Christian Life College, St. Paul University, St. Pedro Poveda College, UP Integrated School, and Xavier School. Another testing venue for the Area 2 division is at Grace Christian College. Registered schools were: Grace Christian College, Jubilee Christian Academy, Montessori West School, Pace Academy, Philadelphia School, Philipine Institute of QC, andQuezon CityAcademy.  The third testing spot was atMaterCarmeliSchool. Schools included were International Christian School, Sacred Heart Academy, School of St. Anthony, and St. Theresa’s School of Novaliches. The Blessed Sacrament Catholic School was also testing venue for MTAP NCR 2012. Contestants for this venue came from Blessed Scalabrini Institue, Falcon School, Good Shepherd Cathedral School, Holy Infant Montessori Center, MSA Whiz Kid Academy, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School, School of Holy Spirit, St. Francis Xavier Catholic School, St. Patrick School of Novaliches, STI Academy of QC, and DilimanPreparatory School.

AREA 3 includes Las Piñas, Muntinlupa, and Parañaque. There were three testing venues for this category. First location was at St. Francis ofAssissiCollege, Las Piñas. Some of the schools included were Ann Arbor Montessori, Bethany School, Bloomfield Academy,Great Christian Academy, PAREF-Southridge, San Beda College, and Wishbone Kiddie Camp. Second location was at St. Francis of Assissi College, Taguig. Contestants came from Integrated Montessori Center, and MGC New Life Christian Academy. A testing venue at Integrated Montessori Centerwas provided solely for MGC New Life Christian Academy.

AREA 4 involvesCaloocan, Navotas, Malabon, and Valenzuela. The assigned testing venue for this group was at La Consolacion College, Caloocan. Schools included were: Immaculate Concepcion Parochial School, La Consolacion College, Caloocan, Notre Dame of Greater Manila,St.JamesAcademy, University of the East-Caloocan, St. James Academy.

The MTAP NCR 2012 was organized so as to create a harmonious relationship among the schools around National Capital Region. The Metrobank Foundation, Inc, the Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP), and the Department of Education aim to gather outstanding and deserving students.  The Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge 2012 will run from January to April. This event specifically aims to:

-Awaken a greater interest in Mathematics among elementary and high school students from public and private schools around the country;

-Encourage students to achieve excellence in the field of Mathematics;

-Persuade mastery on basic mathematical operations/skills;

-Discover mathematical talents among themselves;

-Develop the very important values of hardwork, perseverance, honesty, teamwork, and sportsmanship, and;

-Provide them with opportunities to lead and cooperate.

The Makati Hope Christian School is a proud institution that continues to improve academically, physically, and spiritually.

Makati Hope Christian School is located at 2312 Don Chino Roces Avenue formerly Pasong Tamo Extension, Magallanes, Makati. For inquiries, contact 817-8111 or visit www.makatihope.edu.ph.

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