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CAHSAFI grants college scholarships
By Regina Mae U. Alba, Grade 8-SS1

The Cayetano Arellano High School Alumni Fund International (CAHSAFI), a non-stock and non-profit organization is now accepting applications for college scholarship for up to
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2014-05-24 15:32:55

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Wilson Paat, IV-SS1

Two research teams belonging to IV-SS1 from the host, C. Arellano High School, copped two major prizes in the Division of Manila Science Investigatory Project Contest held at the school's Science ro
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2013-04-02 00:07:00

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The Chronicler was adjudged the 3rd Best Campus Publication in the 27th Teodoro F. Valencia Search for the National Capital Region's Outstanding School Publications.

The paper won in three out of five categories -- first place for News page, fift
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-09-01 20:58:28

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The year Arellano High School was born -- 1918, as stated in Mrs. Cristobal's account -- does not seem to be consistent with other accounts on the dates Arellano and three other Manila high schools were founded: M. Araullo High School (Manila South
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-09-01 21:02:00

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Congratulations to The Chronicler staffers who won in the 3rd year division mini-press conference held Feb. 4:

Rica Pantalunan ................1st place, Feature Writing
Darla Mae Molato ...............2nd place, News Writing
Mikaela Fernandez..
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-08-16 06:46:20

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Jeremy Reyes and Leah Herrera, class of '99, brought pride to their alma mater in winning the Pinoy Henyo (High School Alumni Edition) segment of the noontime show Eat Bulaga held at the Broadway Studio on Jan. 24.

After hurdling the elimination p
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-03-04 09:53:01

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Author: Elizabeth Bartolome-Cristobal, AHS '51

Cayetano Arellano High School (CAHS), formerly called Manila North High School, one of the oldest public high schools in the second district of Manila and one of the country's best public institutions
Contributor: Emilio Ruidera
Last Edited: 2012-03-03 11:16:05

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Photo courtesy of Percival Cruz, '64

Arellano's Class of 1922: Lorenzo Sumulong, who later became a Philipine Senator, Maria Luna-Lopez and Alberto Segismundo Cruz were among the better known products of this cohort.
Contributor: Emilio Ruidera
Last Edited: 2012-07-12 04:06:02

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Last Edited: 2012-03-03 17:22:08

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Last Edited: 2011-10-09 21:02:45

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By Mario Arocha
September 17, 2011

Arellanites who emerged winners:

Gabriele Enriquez ...................... 1st place, Pagkuha ng Larawan
Jonah Ferranco .......................... 2nd place, Pagsulat ng Lathalain
Christopher Bermundo
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-09-19 13:34:48

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The search is on for distinguished achievers among C. Arellano High School's alumni. The 2012 edition of the annual awards will be bestowed during the 2012 alumni homecoming. The key awards are:

* MOST DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS
The primary criterion
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Last Edited: 2011-09-08 04:31:17

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See North America section
Contributor: Alfred Elicierto
Last Edited: 2011-08-22 18:24:00

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The C. Arellano High School Alumni Association has just launched its new Web site:
http://www.cahsaa.org/
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-08-27 06:15:42

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The 20th Anniversary Reunion of Class '91 at the historic Manila Grand Opera Hotel, on April 9, was an outstanding success based on the number of attendees and the hilarious atmosphere during the program. All 24 sections of the batch were represente
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-07-02 08:39:08

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The 90th Foundation Day anniversary of Arellano High School will be on March 2 to 4.

The culminating program on March 4 will feature a thanksgiving mass followed by a field demonstration, exhibits and games.
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-03-09 20:42:17

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Arellanites from the Class of 1986 unfold their banner as they make their entrance to the reunion venue. They are celebrating their Silver Jubilee in this year's Arellano High School alumni homecoming. The alumni reunion was held at the Palacio de Ma
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-02-21 17:25:12

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The mostly female delegation of Arellanites from the Class of 1980 take a picture for posterity.
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-02-05 08:25:32

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Representatives from the Class of 1956, Emerald jubilarians for this year's reunion, make their entrance to start festivities for the 66th edition of Arellano High School's alumni homecoming. The celebration was held at the Palacio de Manila on Febr
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-02-06 13:01:30

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Last Edited: 2012-10-28 00:16:26

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~~~ YTD INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS, IN US DOLLARS ~~~
1922 Cruz, Alberto S. (IMO)* 60.00
1955 Sese-Schon, Anita 100.00
1962 Quibuyen, Bert 50.00 Canada
1963 Tison, Edomel 75.00
1964 Cunanan, Ysrael 100.00 Phils
1964 Fernando,
Contributor: Jesse Tiamson
Last Edited: 2013-01-26 19:23:06

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February, 2013 CAHSAFI Donors:
1964 Aristeo Fernando 35
1955 Anita Sese-Schon 100
1957 Antonio Porciuncula 30
1966 Diana Tiamson-Miller 25
1968 Jun Favis, Jr. 25
1968 Antonio Lacanilao 25
1968 Jimmy Santos 25
1970 Victoria Manasan Milan 200
Contributor: Emilio Ruidera
Last Edited: 2013-04-12 16:45:10

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Cayetano Arellano High School students, teachers, parents and alumni are preparing for the opening of schoolyear 2012-'13 with the launching on May 21 of Brigada Eskwela 2012.

The activity is in response to the DepED Memorandum No. 56 S 2012, whic
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-10-10 15:38:47

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Cayetano Arellano High School added another feat to its roster of achievements by placing 7th among 32 Manila public schools in the National Achievement Test (NAT) Overall Average for school years 2009-'10 and 2010-'11.

It also placed 10th among
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-03-04 09:58:34

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Kevin Acosta and his cohorts picked to pieces all oppositions to give the Arellano High School badminton team a sweep of all events in the 2011 District III Athletic Meet held Sept. 5-9 at the Raha Soliman Science and Technology High School.
Acos
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-11-04 23:49:48

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By Mario Arocha

Class '71, Class '73 and the Arellano High School Multiply social networking group on the Web, which is composed of Arellanites from all over the world, recently donated Php 42,000 to their alma mater's marching band and rondalla.
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-03-03 17:27:50

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Pledged by Arellanites:
Anyone wants to help our band????
Evic '70 =======================$200 (2012.04.24)

Latest Donors as of 2012.04.25:
Milio '71 =======================P33,191.86 (2012.04.25)
Evic Milan '70====================$500.00
E.
Contributor: Emilio Ruidera
Last Edited: 2012-04-26 15:09:23

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Class '71 officers during a simple presentation ceremony with Principal Henry Panela (second from right) and Chronicler adviser Mario Arocha (extreme left). The Canon 1000D DSLR camera and Samsung LCD projector will be used by the Chronicler-Tambuli
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-03-04 09:59:52

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Class '71 president Rene Ama presents the cohort's donation to the journalism classses -- a Canon DSLR camera and Samsung LCD projector — to Principal Henry Pamela.
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-05-21 08:02:31

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After just a month of painstaking rehearsals every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the newly-reorganized Cayetano Arellano High School marching band is geared up to showcase their talents. Their mentors, who bought some new instruments, expect to raise
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2010-12-17 19:13:44

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The Cayetano Arellano High School boys' and girls' chess teams displayed murderous form in the first two rounds - only to falter in the middle rounds - of the 2010 edition of the Milo Little Olympics which was held at the Marikina Sports Park on Augu
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-08-13 08:19:26

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By Ivan Cyrus Q. Dalde

Arellano's Science Investigatory Project (IP) team won third place in the Life Science category of the Regional Science Fair held at M. Siraulo High School on October 1.

The top prize was awarded to Caloocan Science High
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-05-21 08:03:12

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By Esther Shari C. Conwi, IV-1

A total of 4,217 students enrolled for schoolyear 2010-'11, up by 5.09 per cent from the previous schoolyear.
Here's the breakdown, by year:

- First year: 1,283 (87 more students than last year)
- Seco
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-02-05 08:29:14

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Close relatives, former schoolmates, friends, faculty members and students of Cayetano Arellano High School gave their homage and memorial-tribute to the late Dr. Emilio Rubio Ruidera in a solemn two-hour ceremony held at the school's Conference Room on April 26.
Dr. Ruidera was C. Arellano High School Class '71 valedictorian.
The occasion was attended by Dr. Ruidera's widow, Grace Mata Ruidera, who, in her response speech, expressed her appreciation and gratitude to those who condoled with her family in their hour of bereavement.She flew in from Oklahoma, USA to attend the ce
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2014-05-04 19:19:22

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Last Edited: 2014-05-16 16:45:18

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Rodessa U. Alba, former editor-in-chief of the Chronicler and class 2010 salutatorian graduated CUM LAUDE with a degree in Human Resource Management at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, April 2014.
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2014-05-04 19:21:50

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The Cayetano Arellano High School was established in 1921 when Manila High School, the first American-established public high school in Manila was split into two; Manila South High School, later renamed Manuel Araullo High School and Manila North High School, later renamed Cayetano Arellano High School.
The first principals were Americans: Mr. Eugene Willis Porter (1921-1922); Mr. Ralph Sams (1922-1925); Mr. Isadore Cohen (1925-1926) and Mrs. Mabel Carlson (1926-1941).
Under the term of Mr. Sams, the school acquired its present site and held its first graduation in 1922 with 114 graduates le
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2014-05-04 19:18:52

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Last Edited: 2013-06-11 16:18:18

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Originally posted by Imelda (Mel) Lapitan Fleming of AHS '70 in CAHSAFI FB..............

"HOW DOES IT FEEL TO ATTEND A HIGH SCHOOL REUNION?"
Read the story below.... feel that beat, that excitement of meeting your long lost friend, of making new friend/s... then I leave it to you... will you attend the next reunion?
The writer of this story is Victoria Milan from Class of 1970. We are both from Class of 1970. Although we knew of each other during high school, we were not barkadas. I met her for the first time during the 2005 reunion in Los Angeles, California. That was the start of a bea
Contributor: Emilio Ruidera
Last Edited: 2013-06-11 16:14:47

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2013 CAHSAFI Awardees

CAHSAFI -Tambuli Editor Award - Hyacinth Andres (P 5,000)
CAHSAFI - Tambuli Journalism Award - Farah Faye Gendrano (P 5,000)
CAHSAFI - Chronicler Editor Award - Rica D. Pantalunan (P 5,000)
CAHSAFI - Chronicler Journalism Award - Darla Mae Molato (P 5,000)

CAHSAFI - Tambuli Journalism Award (3rd Year) - Karl Gabrielle Delos Santos (P 1,000)
CAHSAFI - Tambuli Journalism Award (2nd Year) - Ariane Jasmin Hernandez (P 1,000)
CAHSAFI - Tambuli
Contributor: Emilio Ruidera
Last Edited: 2013-04-12 15:53:00

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Pakiayos po ang security nito, kahit sino pong member ay pwede na pong mag-upload. mag-edit o magdelete. Salamat po.
Contributor: Christyl Joyce Orsolino
Last Edited: 2013-04-03 09:12:12

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Last Edited: 2013-02-02 06:57:02

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Christmas came early for the budding writers of Cayetano Arellano High School.

The Cayetano Arellano High School Alumni Fund International (CAHSAFI), through its two Philippine-based directors Ysrael Cunanan and Val Obana, donated electronic gadgets for the use of Journalism classes. The donation consists of laptops, desktop computers, amplifiers and speakers, handycams and digicams.

In a simple turnover ceremony at the principal's office on Dec. 17, Cunanan and Obana presented the donation to Principal Loida Diaz. Also present were Mr. Mario Arocha and Mr. Joselito Zacarias, Journalism
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-12-22 08:03:44

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By Ma. Eidell Magat & Vince Siegfred Lingat, III-SS2

Arellanite pitcher Ronna Mae Morales retired all three batters she faced in the second and fourth innings to turn a tight game against F. Torres High School into a rout , 17-12, in the opening game of the 2012 Palarong Maynila softball round robin elimination held at the Rizal Baseball Stadium on Nov. 12.

Arellano's softbelles, representing District 3, raced to an early lead in the top of the first inning with five runs, scattering four hits and four walks in a balanced attack.

Undaunted by the fiery start of the Arellanites, Torre
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2013-03-23 08:57:56

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The people have spoken. It's an old cliché that somehow never gets tired -- taken for granted, no doubt, by those who think they can outsmart the one real source of power in a democracy, but nevertheless always reasserting itself if only to demonstrate that a political party can only ignore the voice of the people at its own peril.

The Republican Party finds itself unable to unseat a Democratic president burdened by a still struggling economy and handicapped by so many promises unkept. President Barack Obama rode on a popular wave of change in 2008 and won the hearts of a nation grown wea
Contributor: Alfred Elicierto
Last Edited: 2012-11-07 11:07:03

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Arellanite Darla Mae Molato led the division team representing Manila in retaking the championship of the 2012 Regional Secondary Schools Press Conference Radio Broadcasting and Scriptwriting Contests in English. The contests were held at San Francisco High School in Quezon City on October 22.

Molato topped the Scriptwriting competition and placed third for the Best News Presenter award. Other winners from the Manila team were Marjorie Orga, 2nd place in Infomercial, and Denielle Espiritu, third in Technical Application. Marc Basa, Tristan James Sim and Maven Cordero made up the rest of
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-10-25 06:07:29

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Last Edited: 2012-10-10 15:40:19

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The Chronicler's editor-in-chief, Rica Pantalunan, led her staffers in winning back the English Journalism Overall Championship in the 2012 Division Mini-Press Conference and Contest.

Pantalunan won 6th place in Feature Writing. Other winners were: Regina Mae Alba, 3rd place, Copyreading; Lemuel Abron, 4th place Cartooning; Wilson Paat, 4th place, Sports Writing; Mikaela Eleanor Fernandez, 5th place, Editorial Writing; Michael Benedict Falceso, 12th pPlace, News Writing and Crisel Perucho, 10th place, Photojournalism.

A total of 34 public and private high schools in Manila participated i
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-10-04 15:34:03

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