11 outstanding students of an international school is recognized

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Eleven students of Stonyhurst Southville International School in Batangas City received the Certificate of Recognition from the city government thru City Legal Officer Teodulfo Deguito, September 30, for being Bronze Awardees in the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award of the United Kingdom.

This award is the “world’s leading achievement award for young people, bringing together practical experiences and life skills to create committed global citizens and equipping young people for life.”

Stonyhurst Southville International School Batangas Campus is the only school in Batangas City that delivers the highly prestigious international award through its sister school, Southville Internationl School and Colleges.

The 11 recipients of the bronze award that is given to those participants aged 14 years and above with six months minimum participation are the following: Angela Nicole Cabotaje, Zhyrine Ann Nicole Datinguinoo, Princes Paula Margareth De Chavez, Carla Lorraine Len Delas Alas, Regina Marie Ebreo, Rosh Shekinah Macalalad, Alyssa Bianca Mercado, Juliana Irsh Portugal, Gleanne Veana Vasquez, Willan Maei Uy at Chiara Alexie Angela Ylagan.

Each level of the award has four mandatory sections. These are:
• Service where participants volunteer in their communities, make a possible contribution to society, and demonstrate social responsibility.
• Physical Recreation where participants are encouraged to improve their fitness and performance, and enjoy healthy lifestyles, for good mental and physical well-being.
• Skills which enable participants to develop their talents, broaden their abilities, increase their self-confidence, and improve their employability.
• Adventurous Journey where young people discover a spirit of adventure and gain a deeper understanding of the environment and the great outdoors.