Lab schools produce 201 completers, 126 grads

By John Lorenz O. Adriatico
Campus Correspondent
Celebrating another achievement in the new normal, the Laboratory Schools of the Mariano Marcos State University (MMSU) produced 201 completers and 126 graduates this school year 2020-2021. 


Completers and graduates of MMSU Laboratory Elementary Schools (LES) and Laboratory High Schools (LHS) in Laoag and Batac campuses received their certificates of completion, diplomas, and awards during the virtual moving up and graduation ceremonies last July 8. 


Livestreamed via the official Facebook page of the Laboratory Schools (@mmsulabschools), the virtual ceremonies was conducted in the morning for LES and in the afternoon for the LHS in both campuses.  


Of the 201 completers, there were 63 Nursery and 64 Kindergarten pupils of LES-Laoag, while 50 and 24 were Grade 10 students of LHS in Laoag and Batac, respectively. 


Meanwhile, of the 126 graduates, 41 and 29 come from LES in Laoag and Batac. In LHS, there were 56 graduates under the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) strand, 29 of which are from Batac and 27 are from Laoag. 


The Laboratory Schools’ Class of 2021 are led by Zion Charl S. Baguiao and Gabriel Jehiel B. Domingo of LES Kindergarten; Jacob Miguel L. Flor (with highest honors) and Jamaica B. Sacopaso (with high honors) of LES Laoag and Batac; and, Cariza Joyce U. Ignacio (with high honors) and John Manuel A. Sanchez (with high honors) of LHS Laoag and Batac.

“We highly hope that our movers and graduates take pride in always holding high the green and gold,” expressed Dr. Bert A. Gamiao, lab schools principal. (StratCom)