Dear Brent Baguio Community,

As we embark on the final stretch of the school year, I hope this email finds you filled with anticipation for the events and celebrations ahead

May 7, Tuesday, Day 1: CAS Expo Assembly: We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Ms. Laura Johnson, our dedicated CAS Coordinator, alongside our Grade 11 and 12 CAS student-leaders, and the initiators/leaders of our Grade 1, 3, 4, 8, 9, and 10 clubs. Their passion, hard work, and invaluable contributions have transformed our CAS Clubs program into a commendable opportunity for students to connect, foster community, and uplift one another. As we reflect on this year’s achievements, we eagerly anticipate the rich and diverse activities planned for the upcoming school year!

The attainment of our ESLRs (Expected Schoolwide Learning Results) is greatly enhanced and diversified through the CAS clubs/program offered at Brent Schools. Students develop essential life skills, cultivate values, nurture relationships, and build character, shaping them into responsible global citizens and leaders in their respective communities.

Let us continue to inspire and empower our students through meaningful experiences that extend beyond the classroom.

  • NHS Activity: After school NHS Activity at 3:00 p.m. As the school year draws to a close, the National Honor Society is pleased to unveil its Legacy Project, dedicated to enhancing the campus environment. The project entails the creation of a small garden in two prominent areas: behind the statue of Bishop Brent and in front of the Marquee Board, aimed at welcoming visitors to the campus. Collaborating with the Nature Lovers Club, the NHS intends to rejuvenate these spaces by revitalizing the “1909” sign and crafting a distinctive “BISB” sign using copia plants, chosen for their sustainability and low maintenance. With guidance from Manong Dacasio, a selection of complementary plants has been carefully curated to further enhance the garden’s aesthetic appeal. This initiative underscores the NHS’s commitment to environmental stewardship and its desire to leave a lasting legacy for the school community.”

May 8, Wednesday, Day 2:

  • PTA Assembly: Parents and Faculty will have its last PTA Assembly from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. in the Dining Hall.

May 9, Thursday, Day 1:

  • No house games due to department meetings.

  • Due to the scheduling conflict with the PTA’s Bingo Night on Friday and the absence of House Games on Thursday, the Friday Volleyball session has been rescheduled to Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

May 10, Friday, Day 2:

  • JCo Non-Uniform Day: JCo has partnered with Redeemer Homeless Mission to fundraise for a much-needed bathroom for their children. Because of this, JCo will be hosting a non-uniform day this Friday. Please come in bright summer colors (dress code applies).

  • Community Outreach: Grade 10 students participate in a community outreach program coordinated by Dr. Julie from 7:45 to 10:00 a.m.

  • STUCO Visit: STUCO members will visit the Dialysis Center in L.T. after school.

  • PTA Family Bingo Day: Join us from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Brent Gym. Please contact our PTA for more information.

  • Sports Clubs End: This season’s sports clubs conclude today.

May 12, Sunday:

  • Kaya Football Clinic: Hosted at Brent from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Acknowledgements (Past Events):

  • May 3, Friday, Day 1:

    • PreK/K School Field Trip: Our PreK/K class explored the Baguio Country Club’s Flora and Fauna Park, fostering curiosity and appreciation for nature.

    • Playground Blessing: We blessed our playground, symbolizing joy and growth within our community. Thank you to all those who attended and to all those who supported our playground blessing! THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS!

    • House Games Appreciation: Thank you to Coach Boy, House Heads, and House Leaders for a fantastic year of House Games. We will celebrate House achievements at our Sports Assembly on May 20.

Celebrating Brentonians (Past Event):

On April 27, 2024, Ah In Lee, Grade 11, showcased her talent at the International Dance Day Celebration held at The Manor Garden. Dancing under the banner of the Aloha Dance Company led by Ms. Karen Navarrete Anton, Ah In, along with her Aloha & Metamorphosis sisters, mesmerized the audience with their performance, highlighting the true essence of dance. Ah In’s participation in this memorable evening exemplifies the diversity and talent within our Brent Baguio community. This event was made possible through the efforts of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), in collaboration with the Dance Association of Baguio City and The Manor at Camp John Hay.

Let’s make these last weeks of school memorable and filled with joyous  and encouraging moments as we celebrate the accomplishments of our students and community.

Warm regards,


Dr. Engler