Can you name your alma matter?

@beauty_ph (2751)
Philippines
June 22, 2007 1:37am CST
Hi mylotters, I'd like to know where did you graduated. I want to know the name of your alma matter. I also want you to include the type of school, is it a private or a public school? My alma matter are all public schools, they are as follows: Kinder: Patag Day Care Center Elementary: Camp Evangelista Elementary School High School: MOGCHS - Misamis Oriental General Comprehensive High School College: MPSC - Mindanao Polytechnic State College *(formely DMMMPSC - Don Mariano Marcos Memorial Polytechnic State College)
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@vonne28th (1494)
• Philippines
24 Jun 07
Kinder: Crossing Makar Day Care Center Elementary: Dad. West Central Elementary School High School: Matutum View Academy (private) College: Notre Dame of Dadiangas University
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
2 Jul 07
Wow thanks for those schools you shared. Now I know I can find a Notre Dame in Dadiangas too. I did not know this. I know someone from Notre Dame of Cotabato. Are they related?
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@vonne28th (1494)
• Philippines
3 Jul 07
NDDU became University school just became university just this year. And sorry,i don't know if they are related (maybe,coz they have quite the same names). I am new in that school so i don't know. This is my 4th school in college..hehehe..
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
3 Jul 07
That's ok my friend. Maybe there were several Notre Dame schools and sort related. LOL. I am not sure if those schools are governed or manage by the same congregation of priest or whatever that is called. LOL. Thanks for the reply my friend. God bless and have a woderful day!
@ibuemma (2954)
• United States
22 Jun 07
Okay here we go, Kindergarten:TK Tarakanita ( private school) Elementary : SD Tarakanita II ( private School ) Junior High : SMP Tarakanita I ( private School ) Senior High : SMA Tarakanita I ( private school ) College : Catholic University of Atmajaya
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
In what place where your alma matter located? I am just curious I am guessing it to be from asia. But I don't think I am right. Thanks and God bless!
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@ibuemma (2954)
• United States
23 Jun 07
Got that right! It located in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
26 Jun 07
Thank you so much for the information. God bless!
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@meleshia (624)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
Here's mine: ^___^ Kinder: Dominican School Zamboanga (for 3 months only. hehe) Elementary: P.Gomez Elementary School (Grades 1- 4) Little Lambs Learning Center (Grades 4-6) High School: University of Santo Tomas High School College: University of Santo Tomas - Faculty of Engineering
@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
I guess you come from a private school. Am right? Or in elementary you started with a public first then later to a private. Thanks and God bless!
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@meleshia (624)
• Philippines
25 Jun 07
Yes i've studied in private schools (P.Gomez was the only public school i attended) But I don't (or rather my parents) really care if the school is public or private as long as it has a good reputation and educators. And also these schools are close to our house. ^_^ We transfer houses frequently that's why I attended quite a few schools. Maybe my parents just wanted me to attend a good school near our house,regardless if it's a public or private school. ^_^
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
27 Jun 07
I is much better to go to the nearest school which is has good reputation too for practical reasons. Parents also want their children to make it a point that their kids would not be left behind. Thanks for sharing. God bless!
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@mschiqui (1284)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
so are you frm Patag?well below is my list: Daycare: University of Bohol Day care (private) Elementary: Booy Elementary School-Tagbilaran City (public) Highschool: University of Bohol - (Private) College: Xavier University (Private)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
Hi Mschiqui...glad to meet someone from Bohol because I'm from Tagbilaran City but currently working in Cebu.. Anyhow, here's my list: Kindergarten to High school- Holy Spirit School (Tagbilaran City, Bohol) College- University of San Carlos (Cebu City)
@mschiqui (1284)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
really?!me too i glad to meet you here ij mylot..likewise here im from bohol but i am now working and residing here in cagayan de oro city..where in tagbilaran city do you live?me i am from penaflor street..do you have a friendster account?pls add me:anewor86@yahoo.com
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Hi I grow up in Patag here in Cagayan de Oro City. My mother and father are both have relative in bohol. I have a relative in Tagbilaran. It is a street beside the Mansion House. Thanks for sharing. Add me also in friendster: mathbg@yahoo.com !
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• United States
23 Jun 07
Primary (Kind. - 3rd) = Buckner Elem. Elem (4-6) = Wylie Elem. Jr. High (7-8) = E.B. Comstock HighSch (9-12) = W.W. Samuell High Sch. Undergrad Deg = Texas A&M Univ. Graduate Deg. = Univ. Of Tex All of these were public schools.
@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
2 Jul 07
You are lucky to have free education from public schools. Am I right? Are public schools in your place free? In our place there are public schools that are not free because it is subsidized. But most public of elementary and high schools are free.
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@rdougl (469)
• United States
6 Jul 07
Wow I hear Texas A&M is a great school.
@mestr12 (227)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
From Kinder to High School: Stella Maris Academy of Davao (Private) College: University of the Philippines - Los Banos (Public) LLB: Ateneo De Davao University(public)
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
2 Jul 07
Wow those are great expensive and excellents schools. Thanks you for sharing these information. Are you a practising lawyer my friend? God bless!
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@mestr12 (227)
• Philippines
6 Jul 07
Sorry I made an error, Ateneo de Davao University is a private school. LOL. Yes, my friend, I'm a practicing lawyer. :)
@myahw20 (1116)
• Canada
23 Jun 07
nursery: sandmeir school kinder: Our Lady of Grace Academy of Caloocan City (Now known as SMACC) Grade school: Our lady of grace academy(agin now known as smacc ) HS: st.mary's academy of caloocan city(smacc...same skul hehe)
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks for sharing your schools. God bless!
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• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Hi there! As requested by you, here goes: Kinder - Highschool : St. Mary Mazzarello School-Negros Occidental (an all girls private school run by Salesian Sisters) College : University of St. La Salle-Bacolod City,Negros Occidental
@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
We also have St. Mary Academy here for high school but not exclusive for girls. It is run by nun too but I do not know what congregation are they from. God bless!
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@gigarange (1165)
• United States
23 Jun 07
hey, we're both from Cagayan de Oro City. Cool. I graduated elementary at South City Central School. Finished my High School at City High School at Nazareth and my College and Masters at Mindanao Polytechnic State College. I wonder if we're batch mates.
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
That I do not know, but I graduated last March 1999 for BSECE course. I hope you can tell me your course too. If we both went to the same school I think you know me because I am active in our college organ(school paper) and some organizations. I onced run for vice-president of the student body organization. Its a small world after all. Thanks to mylot, I meet someone from my alma matter too. GOd bless you my friend.
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• United States
23 Jun 07
K-2 (public) Hollingsworth Elementary School 2-5 (private) South Hills Academy 6-8 (private) Christian Chapel Christian Schools -My Church- 8th (public) Suzanne Middle School (WVUSD) 9-12 (public) Walnut High School (WVUSD) JC-Mt. San Antonio College (WVUSD) CSU, Stanislaus-Turlock, CA (near Modesto)
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thank you my friend for sharing us the names of your alma matter. God bless!
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• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Kindergarten: hmmmp i was accelerated lol, Elementary completed at Hda. Conchita Elem Sch.-public, High school completed at Carlos Lopez Memorial National High School- public, College at the Central Philippine University and University of Iloilo both private.
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks for telling us the name of your schools. GOD bless!
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@heartsick (832)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
here's mine.. Ü nursery and kinder - Sto. Niño Learning Center elementary- Payatas A. Elementary School (public school) High School - National College Of Business and Arts College - FEU Fern College
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks for sharing the where you spent your years of education. God bless!
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• United States
22 Jun 07
I didn't realize that we had alma maters for elementary school and middle schools :P Anyways for me: Elementary School - Central Elementary School which was a public school. Middle School - Chippewa Middle School which was also a public school. High School - Okemos High School which was also a public school and a top 1000 high school in the U.S. :) And for College - Michigan State University which was a also public school. Go Spartans!
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks for the information you shared. God bless!
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@wiccania (3360)
• United States
22 Jun 07
For Elementary, it was Bregy Elementary School in Philadelphia (this was the 3rd elementary school I had attended). Middle School/Jr. High School it was Barnard-White Middle School in Union City California (also the 3rd of this type of school I'd attended) I graduated from Lenape High School in Medford New Jersey (the 2nd high school I attended). My dad was in the military, so we moved around quite a bit. I attended 2 elementary schools in Tennessee, as well as the one in Philly. I attended Middle Schools in Philly, New Jersey and California, and I attended High Schools in California and New Jersey.
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
If kids often move to another school almost every year, I guess that can be very hard. Everytime they change environment, they need to adjust with classmates and friends. Did you experience this when you were a kid?
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• Indonesia
22 Jun 07
My almamater are public and schools. They are as follow : Kinder and Elementary : Kanisius Karitas Nandan, Junior High School : Tridadi, Senior High School : Seminary, College : Teology Wedabhakti Faculty of Sanata Dharma University.
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Nice alma matter names here. Thanks for sharing and God bless!
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@ElicBxn (60884)
• United States
22 Jun 07
I went to: 2 elementry schools - Highland Park & Gullett. (1-6) 2 jr highs (middle schools) - Lamar & Murchison (7-9) 2 high schools - Holy Cross & McCallum (10-12) 3 colleges - Central Texas Community (jr college), Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University), and Texas Woman's University Holy Cross was a catholic school, but the others were "public" or run by the state schools. The colleges & Universities were also state rather than privete schools. I did go to what we called back then nursery school and kindergarden, but they were privete affairs mostly to give my mom some time to do the things she needed done & allow us kids to socialize with other kids.
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thank you for sharing the nice names of your schools. It is good to socialize with good kids too. God bless!
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@puchapox (583)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
Let me share mine too! Kinder: Tender Learning Center (private) Elementary: Colegio del Santisimo Rosario(private) High School: Naga City Science High School (public) and Colegio del Santisimo Rosario(private) College: University of the Philippines Diliman (public)
@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Thanks you for sharing your alma matters names here. I really appreciate your response. GOD bless!
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@add_im (2712)
• Philippines
22 Jun 07
Your College School sounds familiar to me...correct me if i'm wrong, is it located in 'Camiguin Island'? If so, well that's my mom's hometown and we get to visit there every now and then :-) Well here's my lists in my alma matter Schools: Elementary: City Central Elementary School (Public) HighSchool: Abellana National School (Public) College: University of Cebu (Private)
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
MPSC have several satellite campuses all over Misamis Oriental. I mean I graduated in our city, not in Camiguin. Other satellite campuses includes Camiguin, Jasaan, Pana-on, Orogueta, Laguindingan. I am not sure if I have mentioned all but for sure these are the places I know. Thanks for asking. God bless!
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@kawaii24 (520)
• Australia
22 Jun 07
Kinder: Maria Clara Kindergarden (private) Prep: Ellinwood (private) Grade 1-4: Philippine Christian Unversity (private) Grade 5-6: Manapla Elementary School (public) 1st & 2nd year High: Manpla National High Scool (public) 3rd & 4th year Hight: Manila National High Scool (public) Collage: University of Santo Tomas (private)
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
You are lucky to have the chance to be in a private school when you were in your grade school in college. Thanks for sharing your private and public schools. God bless!
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• Philippines
22 Jun 07
from nursery until highschool- Roosevelt College, Marikina City, Philippines (private) College- University of the Philippines, Diliman (public) Law- San Sebastian College, Institute of Law, Manila, Philippines (private)
@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
You have gone thru the thoughest schools I think. They also are expensive. Our education here is very much cheaper here. God bless!
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