Who Are We?

Our Team

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Jerome B. Jael

Principal

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Rudy Sarong

Treasurer

Memosa Sarong

Head, Elementary Dept
Teacher, Grade 7

Marelin Escabarte

Registrar

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Junilyn Gilbuena

Accountant

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Kim Tanaga

Cashier

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Eunice Alipan

Matron/Baker

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Gracesil Clavite

Marketing/Baker

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Wilson Abejero

Driver/Electrical 

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Roger Lee Verbosidad

Driver

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Kiarrah Pajuelas

Teacher, Nursery I & II 

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Meschele Rom

Teacher, Grade I

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Marialou Quimat

Teacher, Grade II

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Heaven Lee Ytic

Teacher, Grade IV

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Japhet Rombo

Teacher, Grade V

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Ezra Austria

Teacher, English, Filipino
Adviser, Grade 7

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Crystal Villares

Teacher, English, Filipino
Adviser, Grade 8

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Maricel Caralde

Teacher, English, Filipino
Adviser, Grade 9

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Annabel Lloren

Teacher, Mathematics
Adviser, Grade 10

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Richmond Abueva

Teacher, Mathematics
Adviser, Grade 10

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Crystal Villares

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Maricel Caralde

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Annabel Lloren

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Richmond Abueva

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Analie Joy L. Patricio

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Sandra Faye A. Alagadmo

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Jhosa Ege

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Richmond Abueva

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OUR PHILOSOPHY

The Adventist Academy of Negros Oriental-Siquijor, Inc. as part of the global educational system of the Seventh-day Adventist Church recognizes God as the ultimate source of existence and truth. In the beginning, God create d a perfect humanity in His image, a perfection later marred by sin. Every human being, although fallen, is endowed with attributes akin to those of the Creator. Therefore, Adventist education seeks to nurture in every student maximum development of one’s potential; loving service rather than selfish ambition; and an appreciation for all that is beautiful, true, and good.

Our VISION

Adventist Academy of Negros Oriental-
Siquijor, Inc. as a center of Christ’s influence.

Our Mission

To provide Bible-based Adventist
education to students through the influence
and inspiration of Christ-like teachers.

GOALS OF SDA CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

1. Develop a Christian character, which is one’s unique possession for eternity.
2. Acquire the basic academic skills and an adequate body of knowledge needed for life, and be challenged to develop his thought and decision-making processes to the highest level.
3. Learn the physical, mental, spiritual and social laws of his being, and achieve a balance of their principles.
4. Develop his natural talents and accept the value and dignity of labor.
Become a productive and worthy citizen of his community and country, respecting the rights and privileges of others.

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OBJECTIVE OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

“To restore in man the image of his Maker, to bring him back to the perfection in which he was created, to promote the development of body, mind and soul, that the divine purpose in His creation might be realized – this is to be the work of redemption. This is the object of education, the great object of life,” (Education, p. 16.)
“Higher than the highest human thought can reach is God’s ideal for His children. Godliness—godlikeness— is the goal to be reached,” (Education, p. 18.)

SPIRITUAL

Given the maximum religious training and instruction in school, at the end of the school year, the student should be able to:
1. Demonstrate God’s love and His redeeming power to his/her parents, teachers, classmates and friends by being courteous, kind, loving, and obedient.
2. Practice and share the Adventist doctrines in school, at home and in the community.
3. Develop a Christ-like life by faithfully attending and participating in religious activities of the school.
4. Learn to communicate with God, to recognize His providential leading, and to cooperate with His power to resist evil and live a Christ-centered life.

PHYSICAL

Given the maximum physical training through work education, physical education, and health education, at the end of the school year the student should be able to:
1. Practice the spirit of sportsmanship in physical fitness programs in school, in the home and in the community.
2. Practice correct health habits.
3. Develop strong and healthy body, and keep one physically fit.
4. Learn and appreciate the dignity of labor.
5. Glorify God in all physical activities in school, in the home and in the community.

MENTAL

Given sufficient educational instruction, training and guidance in school, at the end of the school year, the student should be able to:
1. Express himself/herself in English and Filipino and in her/his mother-tongue.
2. Pass all government examinations and other similar examinations with satisfactory rating.
3. Demonstrate positive attitude towards the Bible teachings and excel in scholastic and academic performance.
4. Acknowledge that the “fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” and “the knowledge of the Holy is, understanding.

SOCIAL

Given the maximum social instruction and training through the guidance period, homeroom instructions, social gatherings and cultural programs, at the end of the school year, the student should be able to:
1. Learn and practice social graces
2. Learn and practice social graces.
3. Conduct himself/herself socially acceptable in the home, in the church, and in the community.
4. Discover his/her responsibility to foster and enhance peace and understanding and environmental consciousness.
5. Glorify God in all social activities.

CORE VALUES

SERVICE

We are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.

EXCELLENCE
Ellen G. White states, “Higher than the highest human thought can reach is God’s ideal for His children. Godliness,—Godlikeness—is the goal to be reached.”

INTEGRITY
“Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things” (Philippians 4:8)
Stephen Covey defines integrity as the wholeness of character, the foundation of conscience. In like manner, Stephen Carter believes that integrity is a personal and corporate discernment of right from wrong; thoughtfully identify the pathway of upright living; and to choose to consistently walk the pathway even if it requires great personal sacrifice or institutional cost.