Dear Brent Family,

We are done with Week 3 of the first semester! While it was just three days of school this week, we hope all have been able to enjoy the long weekend and the Baguio Day holiday and are getting into the groove of learning and being with friends and classmates.

Here are some updates:

  1. Virtual Assignment Notebooks for Grade 4-12. Each grade level has a virtual assignment notebook that is designed to support students, parents, guardians and families in building time management skills as well as having a balanced school life. The virtual assignment notebooks are viewable via the links below.

  1. Lower School Bulletin: Our LS Bulletin for September is up on our website:

  2. Looking ahead, we are excited for these upcoming activities this month: 



September 8th, Wednesday

MS/US- Academic Honesty

LS Assembly – Academic Honesty

September 15th, Wednesday

STUCO Induction Chapel

September 22nd, Wednesday

CAS Clubs Presentation Assembly

September 29th, Wednesday

Chapel – Career Themed Chapel

  1. Gradebooks on BASIS-  Here are instructions on how to access student grades/comments on BASIS. If you have any trouble logging into your parent portal account or student portal account, please don’t hesitate to contact Mr. Kurt Salvador via email at: Kurt Salvador <>.

  2. MMC Resources for Parents and Students- We have compiled our parent and student resources here in this interface page featuring:

    1. course outlines,

    2. Library resources/access

    3. BASIS gradebook access

    4. Socio Emotional Learning (SEL) resources

    5. Guidance Office Resources

    6. Academic Honesty Resources

    7. School Calendar/ General Schedule

    8. Faculty Directory

    9. Orientation Resources

    10. Activities Calendar

    11. Brent Website

This is also accessible through our website. 

We ask everyone to check their email regularly. We usually send out Brent Bulletins on a weekly basis.

May our theme, Abound in Hope, our Mission, Vision, ESLRs and Brent Crest values continue to inspire and make us resilient during these extraordinary times. We will continue to learn together and build best practices.

Stay safe and God bless you all,

Dr. Celeste R. Engler
School Principal