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Grade 11

HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Given that we are still in a pandemic and our situation barely improved from last year, HUMSS students initiated a project to help people, especially in their age group, find better perspectives in looking at things. They aimed to help promote overall wellness while people navigate a difficult time. The product is an e-bulletin where they shared insights and philosophies they learned from the religions assigned to them. They also presented practical tips for self-care, based on the teachings of their assigned religion, that the readers can try at home.

Group 1

  • Aurellano, Nick Alexander

  • Frost, Karil Ann

  • Munar, Gene Carlo

  • Pineda, Reiko

  • Tandoc Rachel

  • Zafra, Jeshua 

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TAOSIM

Aurellano, Nick Alexander

Pineda, Reiko

Tandoc Rachel 

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Shintoism

Munar, Gene Carlo

Pineda, Reiko

Zafra, Jeshua 

Group 2

  • Ajero, James

  • Deslate, Juancho

  • Montesines, Missy

  • Perea, Ma. Sofia 

  • Ravelo, Benjamin

  • Rivera, Sofia

  • Salvacion, Francesca

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BUDDHISM

Ajero, James

Perea, Ma. Sofia

Salvacion, Francesca

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HINDUISM

Deslate, Juancho

Montesines, Missy

Ravelo, Benjamin

Rivera, Sofia