Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Tuesday, December 09, 2008


Gordon College unveiled a new building recently. The new Physical Education at National Service Training Program (NSTP) building inauguration was led by Olongapo City Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon Jr., Zambales Vice Governor and Olongapo City First Lady Anne Marie Gordon, and Gordon College President Arlida Pame.

“This is one of our many steps in expanding the learning environment of the students in Gordon College,” said Mayor Gordon. “The last time, we included the Vas Built classrooms and now, we are adding this new structure to broaden the field for our students.”

“We want them to excel in all fields and engage in different sports and other activities that will help them contribute something to the community at an early age,” added Mayor Gordon.

Meanwhile, Gordon College students continue to excel in different fields. On December 6, 2008, Gordon College nursing student Rod Johnson won 2nd place at the extemporaneous speech contest during the YMCA National Students’ Gathering and Academic Olympics at the Convention Hall, Hotel Indah Manila, YMCA of the Philippines Building, Ermita Manila.

The new PE-NSTP Building is located at the Gordon College Annex at Marikit Park.

The recently inaugurated Physical Education and National Service Training Program (PE-NSTP) Building of Gordon College. The inauguration was led by (inset) Mayor James ‘Bong’ Gordon Jr. and Gordon College President Arlida Pame.


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