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LPIHS garners 100% passing rate in Bookkeeping NC III

Through the efforts of Luis Palad Integrated High School to produce learners who are ready to be part of the workforce, the school managed to achieve a 100% passing rate in Bookkeeping NC III during the national assessment conducted at Aceba Science and Technoloy Institute (ASTI), Tayabas City held throughout the month of February.

With support of Schools Division Superintendent Catherine Talavera, LPIHS Principal Gener C. delos Reyes, and their trainer, Maria Cecilia P. Pagana, the students proved themselves competent in journalizing transactions, posting transactions, preparing trial balance, preparing financial reports, and reviewing internal control system. Their knowledge and skills in preparation of financial statements will aid them as future entrepreneurs, bookkeepers, and accounting clerks.

The following Accountancy, Business and Management students passed during the first batch conducted on February 10 – Aira Mae C. Abarca, Joanne Nicole C. Abrehan, Mary AlodiaYvone L. Abrigo, John Galiver R. Banalbanalan, Kenneth M. Cabuyao, Allaine Q. Escozar, Linda Rose A. Gob, Jhennalyn O. Llorin, Princess A. Rosa, and Roselyn G. Zafranco. Second Batch (February 16) passers were Krysnel J. Clado, Miguel C. Constantino, Faye P. Domingo, Angelica J. Flores, Marielle C. Lopez, Kathleen H. Ramos, Kristelle Anne R. Rea, Rose Anne B. Reynoso, Mark Andrei S. Santoalla, and Grace Verano.

Meanwhile third batch passers for the February 25 assessment were Andrea Isabel T. Abueva, Ivy Ramona N. Cabriga, Erica A. Delgado, Darlene T. Diaz, Kea P. Durante, Jocelyn P. Jamon, Janine A. Javid, and Jerome P. Jepsani. The last batch of passers for the assessment conducted on February 26 were Vivian O. Ofracio, Mary Jane L. Querubin, Zairalyn D. Ramos, Erica A. Rapal, Jenilyn M. Redulla, and Vanesa C. Rodillas.

They were patiently trained by Pagana for almost 2 months. She inspired her students saying, “When you feel like quitting, think why you started.”

“We were not afraid to take the risk because it was all worth it. We’ve been through hardships before we fully understand how the accounting cycle is done, ” said Rea, one of the passers.

“Passing the Bookkeeping NC III was a big honor and accomplishment to students of Accountancy, Business and Management. All the hardships and sleepless nights were all worth it,” another passer, Escozar shared.

They were assessed by the Certified Competency Assessor of TESDA, Angelina T. Almazan, Mike F. Beralde and Francisca P. Carpio. (Cecille P. Pagana, Teacher I and Luzviminda E. Saludares, EPs II, SDO Tayabas City)

 

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