CEE Results for 2014

RESULTS OF COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (updated as of April 29, 2014 11:12AM)


1 Abad, Geraldine 
2 Aguilar, Kimberly
3 Aralar, Hannah Ghaille
4 Azarcon, lorielyn
5 Baguisa, Cristina
6 Balagtas, Shiela
7 Cadua, Eugenio
8 Caingat, Alyanna
9 Castro, Clarissa
10 Castro, Cristabel
11 Castro, Mark Joseph
12 Catubag, Sherilyn
13 Crisostomo, Charlene
14 Cruz, Gieanne
15 De Guzman, Nico
16 De Jesus, Angelica
17 Dela Cruz, Sandra May
18 Delos Reyes, Mary Louise
19 Dimapilis, John Ardee
20 Eleazar, Venessa Clarize
21 Emata, Eden Lyn
22 Eugenio, Christian Emmanuel
23 Fernando, Maricar
24 Ferrer, Almira
25 Ferrer, Jonathan
26 Flores, Jose Joshua
27 Francisco, Andrea Loren
28 Francisco, Camille
29 Francisco, Ma Luisa
30 Franco, Joanabelle
31 Franco, Lalesca
32 Garcia, Maybelyn
33 Jalova, Angelo Joseph
34 Juan, John Gabriel
35 Kamiyama, Clarise Altheen
36 Lagat, Jewel Mae
37 Limbonping, Annwill
38 Llorador, Anthony Vince
39 Madriaga, Maybhel
40 Mallare, Jasmine
41 Mandap, Camile
42 Mendoza, Rhomanic
43 Mesina, Claudine
44 Miranda, Myca
45 Naval, Keith
46 Nilo, Michelle
47 Onate, Abraham Lorenz
48 Ortiz, Jeanne
49 Pacheco, Ina Lauraine
50 Pahuibitan, Princess Wyeth
51 Palon, Genesis
52 Panganiban, Ma. Claudette
53 Pangco, Mariah Hale
54 Parenia, Marvin
55 Pineda, Jenalcy
56 Plamenco, Elaine
57 Ramos, Jovel
58 Rayo, Judy Ann
59 Reyes, Aaron Mare
60 Sagun, Isabel
61 Salamante, Ana Mae
62 Sampang, Miguel Cedrick
63 Santos, katrin Faye
64 Santos, Marie Chris
65 Santos, Mariel Cristine
66 Sapsano, Eurie Apuel
67 Sicat, John Clein
68 Sta. Ana, Justine Mae
69 Sta. Ines, Christine Lyka
70 Tagubanua, Julie Anne
71 Valino, Pauline
72 Vargas, Princess Radilyn
73 Velarde, Christian
74 Victorio, Patricia Anne
75 Villasenor, Margie
76 Zuniga, Mikee



1 Abelardo, Sherrilyn
2 Ador, Jeferson
3 Andan, Mariela
4 Antonio, Chinno Don
5 Aquino, Chelsea
6 Austria, Rio Anne
7 Balagtas, Crishel
8 Barera, John Jhefferzon
9 Bernardo, Mary Grace
10 Bernardo, Mary Joy
11 Canlapan, Ma. Elizabeth
12 Castro, Cherry
13 Cruz, Jebien Cel
14 De Guzman, Lee Catherine
15 De Jesus, Karryl
16 De Leon, Anna Patricia
17 Dela Cruz, Cherrybel
18 Erese, Philip Jerome
19 Fernandez, Mariz Joy
20 Ferrer, Lovely
21 Flores, Laralyn
22 Garcia, John Ronald
23 Garcia, Kio Jay
24 Guinto, Divina Joyce
25 Javier, Kyrille
26 Juan, Michael Ryan
27 Jumaquio, Janella Divina
28 Lagronio, Michaela Nicole
29 Magno, Dannah
30 Magtalas, Mirriam
31 Magtuto, Ria Haidie
32 Mamaril, Jane Marille
33 Manalastas, Kyla June
34 Maniquiz, Jaya Mae
35 Maniquiz, Raquel
36 Manuel, Cherry Anne
37 Mateo, Lady Noren
38 Matias, Clariz
39 Matunan, Clariza
40 Morales, Renzo Ruiz
41 Naval, Mary joyce
42 Nerry, Ma. Katherine
43 Pangilinan, Charlene
44 Parungao, Angelica
45 Paz, Angelica
46 Piagoda, Dychelica Mae
47 Rivera, Charlene
48 Salayoag, Hazel
49 Santos, Ivan Jake
50 Sunga, Hazel
51 Supan, Venisse
52 Talavera, Lorenz
53 Tecson, Maureen
54 Tecson, Mauriel
55 Tolentino, Dannyca
56 Umipig, Micah Ella
57 Young, Marijoyce



1 Balajadia, Kimberly
2 Buniag, Noemi
3 Carillo, Camille
4 Carpio, Leah
5 Castro, Cathleen
6 Catanghal, Nikka Nina
7 Cruz, Brian
8 David, Jeremy-Lois
9 David, Marjorie
10 Dayao, Cecil Ann
11 Dayao, Noemi
12 De Jesus, Maria Jamile
13 Dela Cruz, Anrea Kaye
14 Dela Cruz, Romeleen
15 Diaz, Ciara Paula
16 Francisco, Agnes
17 Francisco, Joyce
18 Franco, Elvielyn
19 Garcia, Ara Mae
20 Garcia, Jeremai
21 Joson, Ronalyn
22 Lapuz, Karl Cheeinee
23 Liwag, Erickson
24 Mallari, Catherine Joy
25 Mendoza, John Carlo
26 Miranda, Mericel
27 Musni, Christine Bernadette
28 Naag, Cherry lysa
29 Ocampo, Carmina
30 Pangilinan, Clarizza Joy
31 Pangilinan, Lyzxen Anne
32 Paynor, Mitzi
33 Pengson, Jackielyn
34 Pineda, Laiza
35 Ramos, Miyuki
36 Ramos, Paula Candy
37 Rey, Bernard
38 Rodrigues, Heidi
39 Sadi, Edghil
40 Sagcal, Angelica
41 Sanguyo, Sally Ann
42 Santiago, Jhune King
43 Santos, Judy Ann
44 Santos, Shaila Shilnen
45 Sarondo, Yzzel
46 Sicat, Gabriel
47 Silvestre, Caren
48 Siriano, Mia Joy
49 Soriano, Rizalyn Anne
50 Suba, Mikee
51 Tinio, Mmary Grace
52 Toledo, Beatriz Pamela
53 Trinidad, Khim Lexter
54 Valdemosada, Regine
55 Viesca, Camille Joy
56 Villas, Jaymar
57 Vintoso, Shaira
58 Viste, Kim Harold
59 Yumol, Reiangela Troy



1 Abdulraheem, Nuaim
2 Aguilar, Gary
3 Amolo, Carla Joyce
4 Antonio, Mark Pablo
5 Apolonio, Charles John
6 Barromeo, Hanz Matthew
7 Bautista, Joel
8 Buccat, Mark Vincent
9 Bunag, Lordjan
10 Calapis, Romer John
11 Cauyao, Rommelle
12 De Belen, Marika Dhaniel
13 De Guzman, Charisse
14 De Guzman, Jommel
15 De Guzman, Juriel
16 De Jesus, Walter
17 Francisco, Angelica
18 Francisco, Shalie
19 Franco, Carl Aaron
20 Galang, Aldwin
21 Garcia, Joseph
22 Go, Tristian
23 Gonzaga, Jerome
24 Ison, Neil Christian
25 Malubag, Mich Randolf
26 Manuel, Kenneth
27 Palomo, Mark Anthony
28 Payumo, Dennis Patrick
29 Relucio, Sarah
30 Santos, Joselyn
31 Santos, Paul Adrian
32 Serapion, Jonathan
33 Velarde, Angela



1 Balcos, Bernadette
2 Basa, Rose Ann
3 Bautista, Carlota
4 Belen, Earl John
5 BuNdoc, Michael Jhon
6 Cachuela, Megin
7 Dela Cruz, Jessa
8 Diego, Kouno Munic
9 Jimenez, Crizel
10 Manuntag, Raymar
11 Mendoza, Raven
12 Morales, Nelsie Jane
13 Pegue, Van Justine
14 Rabanal, Allen
15 Ramoso, Jessa Mae
16 Reyes, James Dexter
17 San Pedro, Joshua
18 Santiago, Roeven
19 Santos, Judy Anne
20 Tolentino, Carl Michael
21 Ventura, Kim Bernadette
22 Zapata, Kurt Russel

photo  by Mrs. Biagtas

CD IV Metrobank MTAP DepEd MATH CHALLENGE Elementary Level

“CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL DE JESUS COLLEGE FOR BAGGING THE FIRST PLACE ROM GRADES 1 TO 6 IN THE CD 4 DEPED MTAP MATH CHALLENGE. I am overwhelmed with the passion and dedication of the teachers/coaches in imparting their expertise to their pupils. The same commendation is true with the pupil contestants who are very obedient and cooperative in their tedious reviews. I am so proud of you children! Indeed, you bring so much pride and honor in our department. My sincerest thanks goes to the parents also who support us in all our undertakings. You are all part of our success! Definitely, we offer this recognition to the GJC ADMINISTRATORS who never fail to provide us the inspiration to attain our goal. Thank you so much for the appreciation! To GOD BE the GLORY!” -Mrs. @Magnolia G. Sugay, Principal General de Jesus College Elementary Department



By Florivee Erese

The word leadership is just like any other word in the dictionary that has several altered meanings. It has different connotations given by nature, by people and by the culture where it is widely used. Every person can say what he thinks and knows about it. Everyone can be a leader in his own.

But the question is… How to be an efficient, effective and respected leader? What do you have to have to qualify as one? It’s for me to write and for you to read how this one certain person sees the perspective of a true leadership as he take one step forward in being the President of the College Student Council of General de Jesus College.

Fourth year Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education student, John Edward Medina Flores, I can say is the one you’re looking for to comprehend the characteristics and qualities you must possess to be called and treated as a true leader.

Edward was born a normal person without any superpower. He is just like a typical teenager who loves reading novels especially those books that teach moral values about life; and, one specific book he said his favorite of all is Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist.

He’s just that usual pet lover who has a big heart for white cats. Sometimes, he turns into a child who is unmindful of his health because of his best-loved pork belly. And don’t you worry for being alone, because he is also just a commoner who is requisite of taking the backbreaking days of school life.

Not all people know him to the greatest extent. He still has other attributes that are not kept secret but aren’t well-known, too. He has many funny bones and when you take time to get to know him better, you’ll realize that he is the exact opposite of the usual first impression that other students label him—a snob.

Another unnamed fact about him is that he desires to enter seminary for too many to mention reasons.

In terms of handling a high position in the student council, he may not be perfect but he’s not lacking as well. Experience already taught him how to contribute greatly in any circumstance. But inevitably, there are times that everything happening to him seems going down. Those times when it seems like everything is against his will, when the challenge of satisfying people’s demands turns out to be harder and when everyone is telling him to stop persisting. But then at the end of the day, his strong faith in God and in other people who serve as his motivation and inspiration turn him downside up. He realized that he is very blessed for having best friends, classmates, and special someone who never get tired of giving him true hopes, telling him that he can do it and supporting him in everything he does.

A preacher and businessman Bo Sanchez once said that in order to be an effective worker, one must marry his goals and hire his strategies. One can say that Edward is doing the same. His main goal is to serve the students faithfully and then leave a mark that will serve as his legacy to be remembered as a great contribution from his term of service.

He makes sure that his goals are unchangeable and to continuously keep it as it is, he marries and gets attached to it. On the other hand, in making decisions on what to do, he always ask God for help and guidance. He believes in signs that are impossible but probable. He only hires strategies on how to do tasks effectively. So that, when the time comes that his hired strategies are already not working out, he can immediately fire them and then hire more efficient strategies capable of going with the flow of the changing world.

After knowing what kind of leader Edward is, might as well learn some lessons and get some advices from him. He truly believes that life is not a matter of chances but a matter of choices. Can you be a leader or not, it’s your choice. For him, a true leader is the person who may not be the most intelligent inside the classroom but as an individual is best in motivating and serving as a role model to his fellowmen.

“As a leader, you must do your duties and responsibilities without offending anyone, without favoring one more than the other. You have your own mind, use your brain, decide, stand for what is right and never listen to erroneous ideas from crab-minded people around you. You are the leader; you must already know what to do because you do what is right.”

Edward says that as the CSC president, he believes that a sound organization is attained only if there is cooperation among the people in that community. The council needs the cooperation of the students because if one cannot do a task, many can.

“And lastly, I, as your fellow student, would like to say to all of you that we must enjoy our college life. I usually see many students who are very eager to study hard. They are always with their wide and big books to the point that they stress themselves out. Try to enjoy your life and learn to balance. Allot a time for studies, for social life and most of all, for God.”

BSA bags medals in PICPA Quiz Bowl

By Daniel Halili

GJCians bagged awards during the last Philippine Institute of Certified Accountants (PICPA) Quiz Bowl held on July 18 at Wesleyan University of the Philippines, Cabanatuan City.
Among the third year accountancy students who joined were Nancy Candro, Jaycee Chris Toribio and Jonathan Balagtas, who then won third place.
Contending fourth year students were Febe Isorena, Louielyn Empaynado and Hubert de Luna, who won as second place.
Our contestants were accompanied by Mr. Ken Gie Cruel, Ms. Ernalyn Cariaga, and Mr. Jeffrey Franco, dean of Accountancy Department.
Other schools who joined the said competition were Wesleyan University, Auraullo University, Manuel Gallego Foundation, College of Immaculate Concepcion and Eduardo L. Joson College.

Goodbye Pilipinas, Hello Filipinas

Pilipinas copy
2013 Billy Santos BSBA 3rd yr for the LInk

What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet. What’s in a name you ask? A single letter can cause the confusion of a lifetime, mind you Juliet. The Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF) mandated a resolution concerning changing the country’s name from “Pilipinas” to “Filipinas ” as the official country name.

The resolution passed on April 12 by the KWF headed by Virgilio Almario seeks to “return” the former name of the country on the official documents, seals, legal tenders and institutions. The said resolution as quoted, “himuking baguhin ang opisyal na pangalan ng mga institusyon at kapisanang ‘Pilipinas'” would cause a variety of perplexity lying on the changing of long-standing signature names of our country, for instance,University of the Philippines will become “University of the Filipinas” and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas will be mandated to change its name to Bangko Sentral ng Filipinas? And to escalate the issue, the BSP claims the biggest headache and frowns upon revising the nation’s legal tenders again after a recent major modification. Official documents, books, maps, stamps are also not spared with these changes.

One can imagine the chaos it may cause. Almario insists that the KWF made the resoulution for the purpose of mapagkaisa ang mga mamayang Pilipino sa pamamagitan ng paglinang ng kaalaman sa kasaysayan. But why the need to discriminate P on Pilipinas? If it was a better sense of history we’re after, he may want to explain the history itself. He dug the term Filipinas from Ruy Lopez de Villalobos, another Spaniard who discovered our country. But sadly, Villalobos named our country Las Islas Filipinas so why the omission of the first two words? And wouldn’t Ferdinand Magellan be offended? He discovered the Philippines way before Villalobos did, and he named our country as Archipelago De San Lazaro not Filipinas.

Confusion will also emerge on the term used for the female Filipinos, which is Filipina and could be ambiguously used Filipinas since the plural form is the term is also Filipinas Or wouldn’t the Visayans and the Muslims be denied their part on the nation? Prof. Danny Arao of the Department of Journalism in UP, said that this is illogical since it was only Luzon that was occupied by Villalobos, not Visayas and Mindanao. Even though there is no law regarding the proper use of the language or any constriction whether a term is politically correct or not, it is the public acceptance that is the groundwork for any evolution in the language. But what can we Filipinos do? The term Filipinas is already in use. Let us then welcome all the improvements, this change will have brought, as well as all the turmoil.

CES holds ecowaste management confab

gree-gjcA seminar with the theme “Eco-waste Management” was held last July 12 at the Audio-Visual room.

The said seminar aims to enhance the students? awareness about taking care and maintaining the cleanliness of our surroundings. It was joined by all Classroom Officers(President, Vice President and secretary)from different departments. The program proper began with an opening prayer led by Trisha Marie Bernales (CSC Vice president) followed by John Edward Flores(CSC President) who introduced the respected speaker, the Community Extension
Services Coordinator, Mrs. Evelyn Cucio.

Mrs. Cucio gave a very informative talk about maintaining the cleanliness of our campus. After the lecture on disasters and pollution, she asked the audience about what they can do in taking care and maintaining the cleanliness of our environment. Afterwards , he students made pledges of helping in taking care of the environment.

By Noel Dionisio | TheLink

GJC conducts earthquake drill

By Noel Dionisio

General De Jesus College regularly conducts earthquake drills. The last one was held on July 4 so that the everyone may know what to do in case of an earthquake.

The said event aims to let all the students as well as teachers to know the importance of being vigilant and informed in terms of knowing where to go and what to do when an earthquake happens.

The drill was joined by all the students and the teachers. The simulation was repeated three times so that they would get accustomed to the proper protocol.

Mrs. Evelyn Cucio, Community and Extension Services head, noted that the earthquake drill went well as a whole.

“Sa ikalawa at ikatlong beses ay naging mabilis at maayos na ang pagsasagawa nito. As a whole, masasabi kong mas nag-improve tayo ngayon kaysa noong mga nakararaang taon,” Mrs. Cucio said.

Discipline Integrity Excellence for GOD and country