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Sunday, November 23, 2008


Gordon College graduates hurdled successfully the 2008 Licensure Examinations for Teachers (LET) given by the Philippine Regulatory Commission (PRC) Board of Professional Teachers with flying colors, attaining a 100% passing mark in the elementary level and 56% in the secondary level.

Seventeen thousand eight hundred sixteen (17,816) elementary teachers out of 58,471 examinees and 18,801 secondary teachers out of 53,195 examinees passed the Licensure Examinations.

The exam was given on September 2008 in different areas across the country including Manila, Baguio, Cebu and Davao. The results were released within thirty seven (37) working days.

“Congratulations to those who passed the exam! I am really proud of our students dahil they embody our fight for excellence. Isa itong patunay na education doesn’t need to cost a lot. We are trying to make education as accessible as we can,” said Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon Jr.

Below is the complete list of Gordon College graduates who passed:

Elementary Level (100%)

1. Esposo, Arlene Gantan
2. Franco, Nathaniel Napalan
3. Justiniano, Chuck Bascoguin
4. Marquez, Annie Labrador

Secondary Level (56%)

1. Burden, Catherine Anabe
2. Del Rosario, Jennifer Sumallo
3. Lim, Jomel Fernandez
4. Malapit, Lady Benjamin De Castro
5. Marquez, Shane Perez
6. Masangkay, Estel Grace Duran
7. Mojica, Lizzette Marie Balean
8. Ocampo, adelyn Fabrigas
9. Valencia, Michael
10. Yap, Emerald Rosal

Gordon College is being run by the government of Olongapo City. It can be recalled that recently, nursing graduates of Gordon College successfully passed the Nursing Licensure Exams (NLE) given by the PRC with a passing rate of 61%, the highest passing rate of any nursing school in Olongapo City.

Some of the Gordon College graduates who passed the Licensure Exam for Teachers given by the Philippine Regulation Commission on September 2008: Jennifer del Rosario, Emmerald Yap, Lizette Marie Mojica, Adelyn Ocampo, Nathaniel Franco, Arlene Esposo and Shane Marquez.


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