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17th Commencement Exercises of the Higher Education Department

The Lewis College Administration, Faculty, and Staff salutes our College Graduates of Class 2020! Parents, Students, Lewisians, let us all witness the First Virtual Commencement Ceremony of the Higher Education Department with the theme: “TLC Graduates responsive to global challenges”.

Congratulations and God bless your next journey!

After all the struggles and shortcomings, Senior High School Lewisians, let us witness your Virtual Senior High Graduation Ceremony, school year 2019 to 2020. TLC has always been grateful for your understanding to the situation. Indeed, you have been living the values of Kindness, Wisdom, and Understanding. Truly, each of you is a gem to be treasured. Therefore, we are so proud of you! #KeepGoingNoMatterWhatSHOW LESS

TLC-BED High School Department salutes our Grade 10 students, for they have completed their JHS journey with grit, resilience, and growth mindset. Lewisians, let us witness the Junior High School Online Completion Ceremony; and let us honor the heroism of our Lewis Parent-Front Liners. #KeepSafeLewisians#KeepLearningLewisians#TLCisNewNormalReady

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The College of Business Education won over-all 4th runner-up at the 19th Association of Bicol Business Students (ABBS) Regional Congress held in University of North Eastern Philippines last January 31 – Feb 3, 2019.

CBE maintained its rank as 1st Runner-up in the over-all Regional Academic Competition with Gera Aquino, Joshua Lascano and Romwalt Astraquillo winning 1st runner-up in Quiz Bee; David John Mendoza winning 1st runner-up in Sales Pitch; Gera Aquino winning 1st runner-up in Business Correspondence; Emmanuel Boral, Lavenia Jintalan, Cyjae Castro, Jervis Sta. Ana and Ebenezer Fulleros winning 1st runner-up in Commercial Making; and Frederick Tenido, Mark Joseph Jebulan and Blessing Grace Cayetano winning 4th runner-up in Business Model Canvass.

Various skills, sports and non-academic awards were likewise bagged by CBE. Eric Doroja won 2nd runner-up in Bed Making; Angel Ann Abaña, Alvin Frando, Diofel Buban, Denise Bogador won 3rd runner-up in Buffet Setup; Archy Brioso won 3rd runner-up in Cocktail Making and Flair Battle; Gerlie Cipriano, Angel Ann Abaña and Lyka Marie Pampola won 4th runner-up in Culinary Competition; Alinea Caballe won 2nd runner-up in Chess; David John Mendoza won 3rd runner-up in 200m Sprint; Ebenezer Fulleros, Mairalyn Fulleros, Jerald Fulleros, Cyjae Castrp, Sam Nogales, John Mark Jaso and Romwalt Astraquillo won 1st runner-up in Battle of the Bands; and Frederick Tenido won 3rd runner-up in Mr. ABBS 2019.

The Lewis College sent a total of 50 delegates to compete in ABBS Regional Congress. They were accompanied by 4 CBE faculty-moderators which include the CBE Dean Maria Cristina B. Ditan, YBC Adviser Myrna D. Leoncito, Glicelda E. Perol and Abegail M. Arimbay.

The event was participated by 15 schools including The Lewis College which is the only member under Sorsogon Chapter.

The Lewis College’s programming team placed 3rd in the ACM-ICPC Philippines Southern Luzon Invitational Programming Contest held at Ateneo de Naga University last October 7, 2018.

The participants were Jade A. Espinar (BSIT-4), Nikki Joy G. Baeza (BSIT-3) and Jorge E. Escanilla Jr. (BSIT-3). They competed against 11 teams from other Higher Educational Institutions across Bicol Region.  

The competition was hosted by the Department of Computer Science of Ateneo de Naga University and was endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education.

ACM-ICPC Philippines Southern Luzon is an algorithmic programming contest for college students in southern Luzon. Teams of three, representing their university, work to solve the most real-world problems, fostering collaboration and the ability to perform under pressure.