At the zenith of Saint Paul School of Professional Studies’ successful years, Rev. Fr.
Kelvin Joy Apurillo reminded the whole Paulinian community to always look back to where it all started.
In his homily during the thanksgiving mass at the school auditorium last July 4, Fr. Apurillo pointed out the significance of keeping a humble attitude in spite of achieving multiple recognitions and accomplishments.
“Every thanksgiving day is a day of reckoning. Your achievement should not disconnect
you from the past because every achievement is a statement of how one has journeyed,” he said.
He also congratulated the school administrators for having produced a number of topnotchers in the Certified Public Accountant, Real Estate Broker and Certified Accounting Technician Licensure Examinations.
Allan Jabinal and Jomare Oroños both notched the seventh place during the CPALE;
Raquel Mendros and Ruth Cabangangan respectively bagged first and third places in
the REBLE; and Marilou Malquisto, Elton John Villanueva, Berly Joy Alcones, and
Jansce Diovell Espiritu placed first in the CAT Level 2. (By Bryan Matthew P. Laus)