Enrollment Advisory for School Year 2016 – 2017
As we go into transition in terms of the adjustment of the School Calendar, AJV decided to start school on July 4, 2016. This is in gradual preparation for next year’s plan to open the school year on August 2017.
2016 Scholastic Book Fair: Sir Readalot’s Castle
This year’s book fair included 3 activities – Royal Court Parade, Coat of Arms Design Making Contest and the Kingdom of Books Castle Making Contest. A. Royal Court Parade Select students dressed up as members of the High Court as part of the Royal Court Parade. The contest was open for all preschool to grade school students. The participants were judged by the principal
AJV Kids Camp 2016 for Preschool
Couples for Christ (CFC) and Youth for Christ (YFC) members facilitated this year’s preschool kids camp. Our young Victorians enjoyed an overnight retreat wherein they enjoyed different activities such as bonfire, singing of action songs and story telling. The campers went home with a deeper understanding of the unconditional love of God.
AJV opens basketball tryouts for Victorian Varsity Scholarship!
Calling all ballers to the AJV open basketball tryouts for Victorian Varsity Scholarship! Requirements Open to ALL incoming high school students from Grades 7 to 9 (below 15 years old). Bring a photocopy of your Birth Certificate and Form 138 (School Report Card). When: 3:00 to 5:00 PM, Tuesday & Wednesday, April 12 & 13, 2016 Contact: Look for Coach Topher & Coach Tonton
5th Foundation Day Celebration – AJV Gala Night
Everyone dressed up and enjoyed the AJV Gala Night which was held on February 11, 2016 at the AJV Gym. The program started with the doxology: “I See You, Lord”. Indeed, you can see how the Lord has graciously blessed the school in its first 5 years. The school started with 84 students on its 1st year. Now it has grown to 397 students.
5th Foundation Day Celebration – Family Fun Day
Family fun day was held at Our Lady of Pillar Seminary on February 12, 2016. The day started by the Thanksgiving Mass presided by Father Geoffrey. Families wearing their house colors participated in the mass, filling the gym with red, yellow, blue and green. This was followed by the energetic presentation of the houses. The whole day was filled with fun, games, cheers and