The Seniors and Juniors had a successful JS Promenade last February 18, 2011. The promenade was held in the school gymnasium which was decorated to match the occasion . The promenade didn’t have the usual ceremonies like turnover ceremonies, Rigodon de Honor and others. What they had was a symbolic turnover ceremony of candles and flowers and the different duties and responsibilities of the Seniors to the Juniors such as the pen ( academics) , key ( leadership) horseshoe ( good luck) bible ( values formation ) and scroll ( school’s vision and mission).
As quoted in one of the speeches of a Junior student in his view with regards to the JS Prom , he profess that Junior and Senior Promenades have existed generations before us. The reason why it’s so memorable is because it is the time to unwind with friends and meet people whom we haven’t got a chance to know in the earlier months of the year. And better to that, it is a chance for us to undergo transition and conduct ourselves not as kids, but as ladies and gentlemen. This brings us immeasurable joy; an experience worth the sharing in the years to come.
As the saying goes “Some affairs are to be done; some are to be remembered. But there are those that are to be cherished – as they are engraved in our hearts forever.”
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!