First Semester, 2017 – 2018

A variety of clubs meet in the afternoons after class hours under the supervision of faculty, coaches, and parent-volunteers. These offerings, which are optional, provide students with the opportunity to develop their talents, skills and interests.


Advisor: Agnes Mariano

Coach Ed Mariano and senior soccer team members will be running a developmental soccer club. Come out and learn new skills and hone the ones you already have. Soccer cleats and shin guards are advised. Bring your own water bottle and a change of clothes.


Advisor: Andrew Treherne and R.J Jensen

The weight room will be open for Grade 8-12 student use every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 3:15 – 4:30. You do not have to be a member of the fitness club to come out and use the weight room, but if there are 6 or more fitness club members using the gym, it will be reserved for them as it becomes too crowded. WE can help you come up with a weight/fitness routine, or you can use ones you know and are comfortable with.


Advisor: J.P. Villanueva

Happiness Project’ club would operate various business activities such as bake sales, coffee sales, and other snacks. The corporate profits will then be donated to needy causes. The leaders of this club felt a strong desire to help the local people through donations of food, light or goods to improve their living conditions.

MS/US Basketball

Advisor: Nathan Lagazon


Advisor: Jeremy Power

The Model United Nations club, (MUN) is an extracurricular activity that engages in an authentic simulation of the United Nations system. Members will learn about the UN system, the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation.  Members have fun learning about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events.  Members will learn skills in public speaking, international affairs, negotiation, plotting strategy and understanding UN rules and procedures.  This club is homework intensive every week; it is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with a country’s policies and views.

Gobal Issues Network (GIN)

Advisor: Arriane Pangsiw

Dialysis Chapter is a sub-club of the GIN that deals with the poverty” and “disease” categories of global issues. (Dialysis is the process of artificially eliminating wastes from the blood. People with kidney failures go through dialysis every week.) In this club, members will plan and discuss ideas to help the local dialysis patients maintain both their mental and physical health and well-being. Hospital visits will be once or twice a month. Students who are interested in joining this club should show FULL COMMITMENT. The club is divided into three groups: Bringing awareness, Fundraising and Media.


Advisor: Gladys Kong

The Green Earth Ambassadors club is for students who are willing to be the positive change in response to environmental issues. In this club, members will discuss ideas on how to raise awareness on sustainability, climate change and global warming in the school. Members will plan and participate in fundraisers, community outreach activities and overall contribute to the betterment of our environment.


Advisor: J.P Villanueva

If you are a student enthusiastic and passionate or interested in photography, this club is for you. This club will provide a friendly venue whether you are a beginner or experienced person who is excited to capture moments on camera. We will take field trips to shoot pictures, evaluate, critique and even learn from invited photography enthusiasts. Club members will also have the opportunity to take pictures of school events for possible school use.


Student Run


Advisor: Kurt Salvador

Students will explore the wonderful world of electronics through different projects that are also designed to introduce them to programming


Advisor: Katrina Moredo

Come learn to cross language and cultural boundaries and communicate through sign language. This club will play an instrumental role in the Deaf Festival scheduled at the end of term and it’s Amazing Race!


Advisor: Adamey Peniano

Instructor Mr. Kevin Garcia will introduce members to the martial art of Karate. It  is a Japanese martial art that has a system of punches, blocks, kicks and sweeps. It is a great way for children to build self-control and character, keep fit and improve flexibility.


Advisor: Elaine Ferrer

Let’s have fun and get fit doing it! The Zumba for kids club will have you dancing and moving to great music. You won’t even know that it’s a workout!


Student Led (Jed Cunanan, Gr. 11)


Advisor: Marites Abenojar

#DIY is a club that will educate and provide student insights into fashion, beauty and lifestyle, through different methods of building, modifying and repairing things without the aid of an expert. (Think Reduce Re-use and Recycle) The purpose of the club is to act as a resource for anyone interested in hand-made crafts that they can use in their everyday lives. The goal is to share ideas and create environmentally friendly projects


Advisor: Father Richard


Advisor: Julie Sibucao

This is offered to students who can play violin, flute, cello, clarinet, and viola. The ensemble is expected to perform for All School Chapel, Filipino Day, Brent Day, Baccalaureate/Graduation Day and other special school occasions. CAS friendly


Advisor: Julie Sibucao

This is offered to students who can sing in a choir for Lessons and Carols. CAS friendly.


Advisor: Geverlyn Sacley

Students will learn the basic vocal techniques and the joy of singing. Repertoire includes songs for our annual Lessons and Carols to be held on December 3, 2017.