The high school department of Batch 85 sponsored the Grand Alumni Homecoming Celebration of our dear Alma Mater, St. Michael’s College last December 28, 2010 at St. Joseph Gymnasium. The occasion was graced with the vibrant, young at heart and people of substance from the different alumni all over the country and even overseas that had been part of the “blue” and “white “ family – the Michaelite. They take pride in coming back "home", to reminisce on past experiences and live in the present of our dear SMC.
The night was filled with laughter and cheers .A great number of alumni was in attendance from Batch 1985, the hosting group with their ever supportive school principal on that year. It feels good to see the faces of your dear schoolmates and classmates and rekindle the memories that had continually lingers on through times. Though the “looks” had changed, the character of the person is still evident. These years’ alumni homecoming is a whole lot different especially in terms of the attendance and presentations are concerned. Everyone had prepared for the occasion as seen in the different daring and innovative showcasing of talents from different batch. It makes the event more meaningful when an amount from the registration was allocated for the Iskolar ni Miguel which is a manifestation that a Michaelite is forever a good servant to others. Plenty of door prizes were given to the deserving winners which includes Batch 1988 who won as the batch with the greatest number in attendance.
“Fun, well-organized and one of a kind” said Mrs. Efren Y. Andrade, one of those who was entertained and satisfied with the celebration. Furthermore, our dear principal, S.Ma. Amelia V. Sadaba, RVM commended also the activity as she said “Masaya at maganda”.
Truly, the organizers , the alumni director herself , Mrs. Nieves A. Cutab and the administration headed by S. Ma .Lorina A. Jumawan , RVM deserves such cheers. Once again, the Michaelites had marked a distinction .
St. Michael's College of Iligan City, a Catholic institution of higher learning in Iligan City, administered by the Religious of the Virgin Mary (RVM), offering four levels of education: elementary, secondary, tertiary and graduate school.
Its programs are accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) for 25 years, a silver triumph indeed!