Suriin Bago Piliin

Sa napiling kandidato, sinasalamin ang pagkatao.

Piliin ang karapat-dapat, piliin ang tapat. Piliin ang may pagmamahal sa Diyos at taong bayan.Piliin ang may paninindigan at malasakit para sa kaunlaran ng Inang Bayan.

Bilang isang responsableng mamamayan, ugaliing maging mapanuri sa mga plataporma, track record, at katangian na mahalaga sa panunungkulan.Tandaan, nasa iyo ang susi sa makataong Bayan.

How is God calling me to love?

During this Valentine’s Day, each of us might ask ourselves, “How is God calling me to love?”

We, at the Assumption, believe and teach that, God calls each of us to be a blessing to others.

There will be many tangible needs in our own families and communities. As you are able, consider how you can listen or speak a comforting word to a family member or a friend, to help provide food or necessities to those who are lacking, or to share other blessings with those who are struggling. Even in times of social distancing, we can safely reach out in humility and kindness.

The change and uncertainty of the pandemic can be difficult to cope with. There are many inconveniences, challenges, and frustrations. Let us heed our Mother Foundress Saint Marie Eugenie and remember “ Love never says: I have done enough.”

Assumption College San Lorenzo is honored in new book highlighting the most successful change-makers in the Philippines. 

Led by President Angela Fabiola de Vera Regala, PhD, Assumption College San Lorenzo is honored in new book highlighting the most successful change-makers in the Philippines. 

Assumption College San Lorenzo was recently featured in the new book, Planting Greatness: Organizations Accelerating Social Impact in the Philippines. Published by Bookshelf PH, a publishing house in the Philippines focused on books, eBooks, and audiobooks, Planting Greatness aims to spotlight the best changemakers in the Philippines to share best practices as well as provide inspiration. 

Planting Greatness appropriately opens with a foreword from Gawad Kalinga chairman Jose Luis Oquiñena and closes with an afterword from veteran journalist and Wish Ko Lang! host 

Vicky Morales. While the book features changemakers of all kinds, including social entrepreneurs, non-profit leaders, and heads of corporate social responsibility, Assumption College San Lorenzo was notably the only all-girls Catholic institution featured in the book. 

Represented by Angela Fabiola de Vera Regala, PhD, its President, the organization shared how it systematically forms leaders for social impact, which would be useful for not only their peers in the education sector, but all leaders in the Philippines concerned with social impact. 

Kyle Nate, the managing editor of Planting Greatness, was particularly proud of Assumption College San Lorenzo’s selection. 

“Assumption College San Lorenzo is home to women rooted in faith with a passion for rendering genuine service. As an alumna of the college myself, I’ve seen how the school shapes young women to be socially responsible, working towards uplifting communities in need. Organizations can learn from the way this institution develops a sense of social consciousness in its students, thus embodying a genuine desire to fulfill its mission and vision, ” said Nate.  

Joining Nate on the Planting Greatness team are co-authors Pancho Dizon and Monica Padillo, editor-in-chief Mio Borromeo, and illustrator and cover artist Josephine Daluz. Collectively, the team has worked with all stakeholders in the industry to publish and sell books, and welcomes further collaboration with professional writers and aspiring creatives

In addition to GK Chairman Jose Luis Oquiñena writing the foreword of the book, Bookshelf PH is partnered with the NGO’s Maleta Library. A portion of the proceeds from Planting Greatness will be used to fund the purchase of maleta libraries, which are mobile libraries that provide educational books to under-privileged children who would otherwise not have access to them. 

That the book is itself a channel for social impact is a positive signal to Oquiñena.

“I hope the showcase of changemakers in the book leads to more collaboration among the leaders, readers, and anyone who wants to make an impact. The next few years are pivotal to the development of the Philippines, and it’ll take more cross-sectoral, interdisciplinary approaches to solving the greatest problems facing our nation,” said Oquiñena, who explicitly welcomed collaborations with GK. 

The book can be purchased here: 


Bookshelf PH is an online bookstore and book publisher in the Philippines. The organization’s goal is to promote a richer Filipino literature that will contribute to individual empowerment, and in the aggregate, nation-building. At the core of these aspirations is the belief that the surest and simplest path to personal and professional growth is through reading, whether through physical books, ebooks, or audiobooks. Bookshelf PH thus welcomes collaboration with all book lovers in the country, including everyone from professional writers and aspiring creatives to local booksellers and enterprise brands


Literacy begins with love for reading. Studies have shown that if a child is exposed to books at an early age, they will have higher levels of comprehension and creativity as they grow. Reading books also encourages their curiosity and love for learning. The GK Maleta Library is a program that will promote reading to poor children who have limited access to books. A suitcase of books is sent to a community where the kids get to borrow and enjoy them for 1 month before it is passed on to the next set of children who will benefit from them.

The nanays, kuyas, and ates of the community will manage the maleta library to ensure that the books are properly used and cared for.

Press Release by Ambidextr Media

Leanne and Naara wins Best R&B Recording and Album of the Year at the 34th Awit Awards!

Congratulations to Assumption College alumnae, Leanne Mamonong and Naara Acueza, popularly known as the pop duo Leanne and Naara, for their win at the 34th Awit Awards! 🎶

Organized by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI), the award-giving body recognizes exceptional artists and their work. Leanne and Naara took home the Best R&B Recording award for their hit “Too Soon”; and one of the top awards, Album of the Year for their debut album, “Daybreak”! 🏆

The pop duo describes Daybreak in a poetic announcement on Instagram as, “This is all your sleepless nights turned into songs. Isolation and loneliness oftentimes lead to the most introspective moments, but just as the colors of sky change, our deepest, most personal thoughts and feelings are gone with it, and a new dawn rises.”

Leanne and Naara were also nominated in the following categories— Best Jazz Recording, Best Traditional / Contemporary, Folk Recording, Best World Music Recording, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year.

As Performing Arts graduates, Leanne and Naara have always shown exceptional talent and passion for their craft, earning them not only prestigious awards but also, a global following and over a million plays on YouTube and Spotify. 🎉

Welcome back, Assumption College students! 👋

We hope that each of you enjoyed a restful break filled with special moments with your family and friends.

We remain prayerful and mindful as the world ushered in the new year under the cloud of Omicron. We remain positive and believe that our new semester will be filled with experiences and opportunities for learning, finding meaning, discovering purpose, working with and helping others, and having a lot of fun!

We thank God for His continuous blessings but admit that there will be challenges too. Know that you are surrounded by people who deeply care about you and your family and who wholeheartedly believe in you…always. The Administrators, Faculty, Staff, Student and Guidance Services teams, and the medical staff will continue to reach out to you.

We can’t wait to see all your smiling faces again. 😊

Make this year incredible! Let’s do this, Assumption family! 💙💛

Thank you, 2021! Hello, 2022!

2021 flew by way too quickly and what an incredible year it was! Despite the challenges and limitations, we were still able to make the most out of every day. From the different org-hosted events, webinars, and assemblies to our school-wide Zoom gatherings, the spirit of the Assumption community continues to thrive and be felt through the screens. We are grateful for the people and many things we have been blessed with. We are especially thankful for all of the wonderful memories we have made in the last year. As we welcome another year full of wonderful opportunities, we hope to create even more moments to cherish as one Assumption family! 🤍

Together, let us welcome 2022 with open hearts and a renewed sense of hope in ourselves, in each other, and in the Lord. 🙏

Happy New Year! 🎆


Assumption College San Lorenzo is looking for volunteers to pack relief goods from January 3-5, 2022, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm, at the Assumpta Court, AC-SLV. To register, simply go to

Volunteers must be fully vaccinated, must submit a Health Survey Form prior to coming to AC-SLV, and must always wear a mask on campus. Health and safety protocols such as temperature scanning, regular disinfecting, and social distancing will be strictly implemented.

Thank you, stay safe, and see you all soon! 🙏