Hello Brent Community!

As we bid farewell to this week, let’s look ahead to the exciting events and updates coming your way in the week of October 9th-14th. Get ready for another week filled with learning, growth, and memorable moments.

We are excited for next week’s UN Week, October 10-13. More details on the activities from Mr. James Young, UN Week Coordinator.

Monday, October 9 | No classes | Parent-Teacher Conferences

  • Parent Teacher Conferences: Whole day, No classes. More details here

  • MS/US Production Practice: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

  • Varsity Sports Practice: 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM.

Tuesday, October 10 | Day 2

  • Classes on Tuesday, October 10, resume as Day 2. No flag raising.

  • Uniform Dress Code:  Starting Tuesday, October 10, we kindly request that all students wear Brent tops exclusively. The wearing of non-Brent jackets is no longer allowed. Our Bookstore has been offering a wider range of cozy options, including sweatshirts, sweaters, jackets, and hoodies, perfect for colder and rainy weather. Feel free to visit the bookstore and see Ms Alex Carreon, our school cashier.

  • As part of this dress code update, we also kindly ask that boys wear belts and tuck in their shirts. We appreciate your cooperation and thank you for your continued support in upholding our school’s standards and values.

  • Quarter 2 HL Extension classes begin on October 10, 2023

  • NHS Flag Parade Practice 7:45-8:25

Wednesday, October 11| Day 1

  • Don’t miss the special UN Week Chapel, and remember, everyone is invited to join this meaningful gathering.

Thursday, October 12 | Day 2

  • A reminder that there are No House Games on Thursday.

  • NHS Flag Parade Rehearsal: Morning, 7:30 AM – 8:25 AM.

  • UN Day performers, get ready for practice at the gym from 2:45 PM – 4:30 PM.

Friday, October 13 | Day 1

  • Get excited for UN Day Activities! The schedule will be provided, courtesy of Mr. James Young.

Saturday, October 14:

  • MS/US Production Practice from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.


Monday, October 2 – Volleyball Games with SLU (3:30 at the gym) We had a fun showdown as our ISAC varsity teams faced off against the SLU volleyball teams on Monday, October 2nd at 3:30 in the gym. This event provided an excellent opportunity for our students to showcase their skills and foster exceptional teamwork on the volleyball court. Thanks to Coaches Drew, Marriet, Vince and Clarie! Go Bulldogs!

Tuesday, October 3 – Engaging Discussions and Exhibitions

  • During Long Homeroom from 7:45 to 8:25 on Tuesday, October 3rd, Lower School students dedicated their time to Christmas Production practice.

  • Additionally, Middle and Upper School students in grades 6-9 engaged in a valuable session on Brent Citizenship Grades View slides here

  • The Grade 12 TOK Presentation to Grade 11 and 10 students at the Reflection Center was an intellectual journey that was not to be missed. Thank you Mr. James Young for facilitating this!

  • We extend our gratitude to the organizers (Mr. Paul Engler and Ms. Almae Caluya) of the GRADE 11 Parent Information Session, who provided essential support to parents in understanding and assisting their Grade 11 children.


Wednesday, October 4

  • On Wednesday, October 4th, from 7:45 to 8:25, we came together to express our heartfelt appreciation for our dedicated educators with a special Teachers’ Day Appreciation chapel.

  • This event, led by the National Honor Society, featured a delightful performance by the PreK/K class, adding a touch of warmth to this celebration.

  • We extend our thanks to Bb. Nelly Ann Doliente, Ms. Almae Caluya, NHS Advisors, Ms. Ada Peniano, Dr. Geverlyn Sacley, and Ms. Shelley Segudo for their contributions to this heartwarming event. Thank you as well to the chapel team: Dr. Julie Sibucao, Dr. Geverlyn Sacley, Mr. Kurt Salvador and Mr. Gilbert Burgos.

  • In the afternoon, from 12:40 to 3:15, Grade 12 students had a valuable Life Skills session with their homeroom teachers: Bb. Nelly Ann Doliente, Ms. Donna Nebrija, Mr. Paul Engler, and Ms. Almae Caluya. This session aimed to enhance their life skills and knowledge.


Thursday, October 5 – Teachers’ Day Breakfast and Program by the National Honor Society

  • , Our heartfelt appreciation to the National Honor Society for organizing the Teachers’ Day Breakfast and Program.

  • This event was a beautiful gesture that reflected their deep appreciation for our educators’ dedication and hard work.

  • Additionally, we extend our thanks to our PTA for providing lovely flowers, symbolizing collective gratitude for our teachers’ contributions to our students’ growth and success.

Thank you and have a good weekend everyone!


Dr. Celeste R. Engler