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Kinabuhing Estudyante

Hay Skul Layp

Here is a poem entitled Kinabuhing Estudyante.

To translate in summary, it talks about a typical BNHS student who does everything just to finish high school. It also talks about the hard times getting even with the teacher’s exams but the protagonist stays hopeful to get at least the passing mark.

Anyway, the poem… bisaya brave attempt by the author…hahaha.

Sa wala pa mosilak ang adlaw sa kabuntagon
Gihuman ko na tanang buluhaton
Nangandam sa gamit dayon lugsong
Mokatkat, motikas sa dalan nga libaong

Pagkanindot sa kinabuhing estudyante
Makat-on, maningakamot aron dili mangamote
Sa mga gihatag nga test ni Ma’am seski
Swerte ko na lang kong passing ang maani.

Baw!

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UNDER THE CAIMITO TREES

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The blog below tells an unusual story about classes held outdoor at BNHS years back.  Read and enjoy!   

START…

Imagine having attended classes outdoor under the ‘caimito’ trees.  What will you expect then?

Naranasan namin ‘yon! 

Hindi ko lang alam kong andiyan pa yong puno ng ‘caimito’ na tanging witness— sa may harapan ng simbahan natin.

Bihira lang kasi ang buildings sa BNHS noon. There were only around two buildings accommodating the seniors, juniors and sophomores.  One was the old building previously housed the government employees and the likes; while the other was an annexed building na para ring ginagamit na government offices noon. 

Malas nga lang namin dahil kabago-bago namin sa BNHS.  Ganon daw ‘yon, first come first serve basis, kaya sabi ng mga nauuna sa amin… freshmen back off! 

I belong to batch 1995 kasi, so ibig sabihin pang-apat kami na grumadweyt diyan sa BNHS at sa kabutihang palad, dahil hindi pa naipatayo ang ibang buildings noon, kaya kong saan-saan kami dinadala ng adviser namin, maitawid lamang ang isang araw na klase.

Naalala ko pa, si Mrs. Blanquero, supposedly Mrs. Tejano (erratum: it was Ms. Armodia, now Mrs. Cejano nga pala, sorry guys, I stand corrected, epekto siguro ng klase under the caimito tree ) pa ‘yong class adviser namin.  She was a very diligent teacher adviser at hindi nagsasayang ng oras para turuan ang kanyang mga estudyante.  Kaya kong medyo mainit na yong punong sinisilungan namin, abay, kahit harapan ng simbahan ay pwede na ring gawing turuan.  Malas nga lang namin kong may paparating na sasakyan na may lamang kabaong dahil maaantala agad ang klase namin.  Our adviser will immediately cut short the classes at laro agad kami doon sa napakalawak na playground ng simbahan— kasi parang recess na rin yon.

Pero saglit lang yoong dilemma about insufficient classrooms before dahil sa wakas ay may naipatayong bagong buildings agad.  Sad to note nga lang because as usual, senior students will eventually move there at freshmen na naman ang kawawa.  Para ngang ‘hand-me-down’ ang usapan dahil sila ‘yong nakakatanda… kaya kung ano ang gamit nila, kailangang ‘hand-me-down’ sa mga nakababata.  Wala naman kaming reklamo noon… nagdadabog lang!

Pero napakasaya pa rin sa kabila ng ganoong sitwasyon.  Proud pa rin kami dahil natapos namin ang pag-aaral na may maikukwento kami sa mga sumusunod pang henerasyon. 

Better yet, classes under the caimito trees were somehow a worthwhile experience to tell.  It taught us essential lessons of survival though. 

Mabuti pa ang mga estudyante ngayon sa BNHS dahil they have to enjoy only the useful facilities available in school that would really suffice to their pursuit of good education. 

May kuwento rin ba kayo about an unusual experience at school?  Siguro marami… i-share n’yo dito at baka mapulutan din ng aral.

-Blog Courtesy from Batch ‘95

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BORBON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI LIST

Please refer to the most recent updates of our alumni list according to posting date & cut-off. Thanks!

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UPDATE AS OF 13 DEC. 2010

In no particular order…

BATCH 1992 (PIONEERING BATCH)

  1. Hortel, Ramil
  2. Tulod, Joel
  3. Bragat, Noe
  4. Ibo, Nil (Dadole)
  5. Bulawan, Rosie
  6. Canete, Cheryl
  7. Armero, Jilda
  8. Montejo, Natividad
  9. Damayo, Alex
  10. Dosdos, Wilda
  11. Cabahug, Marjorie
  12. Cabahug, Amelia
  13. Catam-isan, Lito

 BATCH 1993

  1. Amistoso, Ruel
  2. Vanguardia, Joeven
  3. Mangubat, Christopher
  4. De Roda, Randy
  5. Armero, Juliet
  6. Dosdos, Salome
  7. Hortel, Lota
  8. Montecillo, Chelo
  9. Canete, Dino
  10. Domosmog, Dino
  11. Abunado, Wilda
  12. Bongo, Amado
  13. Armero, Jonil
  14. Antigua, Harry
  15. Sumayang, Elvie
  16. Montes, Venus
  17. Sollano, Boboy
  18. Montecillo, Reynante
  19. Truz, Emma (Ares)
  20. Armodia, Arlyn
  21. Inso, Helen
  22. Montejo, Arnold
  23. Mundo, Lloyd
  24. Montebon, Benjie
  25. Melgo, Elvira

 BATCH 1994

  1. Salogaol, Nasher
  2. Mayol, Michael
  3. Bregente, Roy
  4. Pogado, Amelito
  5. Armero, Marwin
  6. Campos, Marlon
  7. Quinain, Eugene
  8. Mondigo, Cleofe
  9. Antigua, Hazel
  10. Taneo, Jill
  11. Villegas, Morena
  12. Arnejo, Glynna
  13. Monta, Sylvia
  14. Suson, Amor
  15. Casas, Raquel
  16. Quimco, Teresita
  17. Daddih, Ronald
  18. Melgo, Michelle
  19. Alingaro, Julito
  20. Damayo, Alex
  21. Comendador, Dennis
  22. Mangubat, Joel
  23. Brian, Arnel
  24. Cabahug, Miriam
  25. Kiseo, Karen
  26. Tulod, Mira
  27. Melgo, Rafaela
  28. Mondigo, Jason
  29. Monilar, Jason
  30. Damayo, Alex
  31. Pinote, Neil
  32. Good, Jelma

BATCH 1995

  1. Arnejo, Josephus
  2. Ibo, Eunice Mitchelle
  3. Gutang, Melvin
  4. Montejo, Ruel
  5. Pinote, Ronnie
  6. Hortezuela, Julius
  7. Good, Joselito
  8. Labajo, Michael
  9. Narca, Pedro
  10. Armero, Jessie
  11. Urot, Aquilino
  12. Bentazal, Alvin
  13. Flores, Jeffrey
  14. Dechos, Demetrio
  15. Impas, Raul
  16. Trangia, Lelanie
  17. Mundo, Shiela
  18. Montejo, Marissa
  19. Blanco, Rowena
  20. Suson, Maricar
  21. Mondigo, Moon
  22. Amistoso, Claire
  23. Cabahug, Fatima
  24. Montecillo, Lorwyn
  25. Hortel, Ana
  26. Montejo, Nancy
  27. Armenton, Cheryl
  28. Puno, Leah
  29. Canete, Marybeth
  30. Armero, Jessica
  31. Narca, Karyl
  32. De Roda, Ingrid
  33. Moneva, Marivic
  34. Iway, Rica
  35. Novabos, Jonathan
  36. Dotusme, Santiago
  37. Abunado, Winnie
  38. Dela Cruz, Richard
  39. Sugarol, Rogelio
  40. Sungahid, Ronaldo
  41. Pinote, Marlon
  42. Hortel, Ritche
  43. Kilaton, Alvin
  44. Mangubat, Ligaya
  45. Modequillo, Nila
  46. Armodia, Naneth
  47. Mondigo, Ronald Allan
  48. Arsenal, Maricel
  49. Novabos, Jonathan
  50. Cabahug, Gavino
  51. Armodia, Liza
  52. Ursal, Roselyn
  53. Apostol, Leonardo
  54. Good, Santiago
  55. Formentera, Redin
  56. Orque, Joselito

 BATCH 1996

  1. Gedoquio, Dindo
  2. Arnejo, Glycil
  3. Pinote, Christine
  4. Armero, Maria Theresa
  5. Arche, Rosemarie
  6. Sumayang, Gigie
  7. Sumayang, Glossary
  8. Villar, Evangeline
  9. Salogaol, Myrna
  10. Gedoquio, Ronita
  11. Prescillas, Ravelyn
  12. Brigoli, George
  13. Canete, James
  14. Miole, Rolando
  15. Portallo, Roderick
  16. Suson, Jocelyn
  17. Alingaro, Baltazar
  18. Sumayang, Arnold
  19. Modequillo, Theodore
  20. Modequillo, Rutchell
  21. Pable, Suzzette
  22. Montebon, Jasmine
  23. Novabos, Joseph
  24. Suson, Jocelyn
  25. Serafin, Joselito
  26. Sollano, Lito

BATCH 1997

  1. Ibo, Napoleon
  2. Blanquero, Roldan
  3. Villalon, Jovie
  4. Brian, Adelfa
  5. Arnejo, Gretel
  6. Sumayang, Genalyn
  7. Barrios, Irene
  8. Pelayo, Mary Ann
  9. Hortezuela, Elmer
  10. Canete, Gerald

BATCH 1998

  1. Ogana, Rachel

BATCH 1999

  1. Brian, Liezel
  2. Comendador, Avita
  3. Arnejo, Glyndel
  4. Bantecil, Ellen
  5. Cagaluda, Fretzie
  6. Pelayo, Vivian
  7. Judaya, Janet
  8. Jessmarie, Modequillo
  9. Comendador, Fe
  10. Bragat, Renato Jr.
  11. Orque, Jesus Jr.
  12. Campos, Marieto
  13. Casinillo, Jeff Earl
  14. Siloy, Roxanne
  15. Bragat, Lucille
  16. Pinote, Doris
  17. Kiseo, Elmer
  18. Rivera, Margie
  19. Urot, Brando
  20. Montecillo, Aljim
  21. Montecillo, Monieto
  22. Presbitero, Ritche
  23. Dotillos, Warren
  24. Pono, Leartes
  25. Cumba, Francis Daryll
  26. Arcenal, Marvin
  27. Presbitero, Anastacio
  28. Hortel, Mary Joy
  29. Urot, Analyn
  30. Ibo, Junell
  31. Orque, Susan
  32. Rosello, Sony
  33. Mondares, Ramon
  34. Presbitero, Ritsy
  35. Bacalan, Arnel
  36. Asok, Vicente
  37. Eslez, Anastacio
  38. Sugarol, Santiaga
  39. Sugarol, Alice
  40. Sugarol, Ryan
  41. Talingting, Mervin
  42. Lauron, Richard
  43. Derecho, Daniel

BATCH 2000

  1. Tulod, Mark Anthony
  2. Armero, Jay
  3. Sollano, Geraldine
  4. Bregente, Eric
  5. Portallo, Hermes
  6. Pinote, Elmer
  7. Pinote, Josephine
  8. Montebon, Joan
  9. Rivera, Joanna
  10. Montejo, Berly
  11. Brigoli, Grace
  12. Novabos, Reyboy
  13. Primitiva, Rio
  14. Primitiva, Maria Rizza
  15. Cabahug, Elna
  16. Malabuyoc, Shiela
  17. Montejo, Rosalie
  18. Antero, Pinote
  19. Castanos, Jersam
  20. Taghoy, Wilbert
  21. Mangubat, Sansen
  22. Cabahug, Anna Marie
  23. Canete, Rosemarie
  24. Pono, Shirley
  25. Dela Pena, Geraldine
  26. Vanguardia, Maria Rosie
  27. Vanguardia, Gliceria
  28. Vanguardia, Mary Rose
  29. Monleon, Tito Glen
  30. Mangubat, Roberto
  31. Mangubat, Romualdo
  32. Valero, Jess Tayner
  33. Jorquia, Eugene
  34. Mondero, Paul
  35. Mondelo, Jonas
  36. Dosdos, Riena
  37. Hortel, Zenaida
  38. Monleon, Justina
  39. Modequillo, Leni
  40. Sumayang, Maricel
  41. Kilaton, Jesus
  42. Orio, Sigfred
  43. Dela Rama, Ranil
  44. Dela Rama, Eddie
  45. Mangubat, Santiago
  46. Locaylocay, Sherwin
  47. Bacunawa, Ritchiel
  48. Mangubat, Liza
  49. Quianain, Jennifer
  50. Abunado, Wilma
  51. Cabahug, Mark
  52. Armenion, Riglen
  53. Taladok, Charita
  54. Dela Rama, Charito
  55. Cabahug, Giovani
  56. Bongo, Santiago
  57. Caros, Alex
  58. Arnejo, Edgar
  59. Armada, Gladys
  60. Armodia, Sara
  61. Pepito, Charisse
  62. Pepito, Maricar
  63. Novabos, Jovelyn

BATCH 2001

BATCH 2002

  1. Arnado, Renafe
  2. Bongo, Nanette Jane
  3. Abunado, Dahlia
  4. Rivera, Rustom
  5. Noynay, Neil
  6. Avila, Erwin
  7. Pogado, Alonzo
  8. Pogado, Zandro
  9. Armero, Hazel Florebelle
  10. Sumayang, Arnel
  11. Flores, Juliet
  12. Monleon, Celso Jr.
  13. Lauron, Amity
  14. Jordan, Aubrey Ann
  15. Taneo, Gerrylyn
  16. Valero, Francis
  17. Mayol, Rey
  18. Suico, Rosemarie
  19. Comendador, Procerfino
  20. Comendador, Anastacio
  21. Palma, Joan
  22. Arcenal, Raquel
  23. Doronio, Debastiana
  24. De Roda, Rhea Mae
  25. Antigua, Katrina Pearl
  26. Cabahug, Karen
  27. Hortezuela, Joan
  28. Cumba, Rey Vincent
  29. Dela Pena, Mary Jane
  30. Cabahug, Myrle
  31. Dotillos, Wannie
  32. Puno, Randy
  33. Dosdos, Aubry
  34. Ebrada, Ana Marie
  35. Orque, Sally
  36. Pinote, Regan
  37. Hortezuela, Shiela
  38. Montejo, Rolly

BATCH 2003

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BATCH 2004

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BATCH 2005

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BATCH 2006

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BATCH 2007

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BATCH 2008

  1. Melgo, Mark Anthony
  2. Dosdos, Edgar Vincent
  3. Cabahug, Sherwin
  4. Cabahug, Christopher
  5. Ebrada, Gretchen
  6. Bulatano, Ma. Concepcion
  7. Montecillo, Jacky Lou
  8. Rico, Rex Nino
  9. Noyanay, Jalve
  10. Bregente, Armie
  11. Retiza, Marlou
  12. Lauron, Carelle
  13. Dosdos, Renato
  14. Labajo, Janno
  15. Labajo, Elenita
  16. Good, Jessam
  17. Armenton, Cyd
  18. Inso, Kim
  19. Mondigo, Chris Anthony
  20. Orongan, Dennis
  21. Orongan, Jiesel Dion
  22. Arnejo, Dominic
  23. Baliguat, Mark
  24. Montecillo, Gemma
  25. Brananola, Irene
  26. Dosdos, Rex Nino
  27. Dosdos, Rico
  28. Arcenal, Raymond
  29. Robles, Grace Japhet
  30. Robles, Bless Japhy
  31. Mundo, Daryl Grace Fiel

BATCH 2009

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BNHS YEARS AGO: THROUGH MY VERY EYES!

Can you believe how far BNHS had achieved in terms of providing affordable and quality education to our dear students of Borbon?  Even serving as far as the students of the neighboring towns of Sogod and Tabogon.

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It started as an extension school of TNHS in the year 1988 catering only a first year level class with two dedicated teachers. Classes were held at the old municipal building and as year progresses, more buildings were built whilst more teachers hired to accommodate the increasing number of enrollees.  Eventually the school earned its name as a municipal high school sometime in 1991, which later on, named as a National High School till date.

The pioneering batch (Batch 1992) was lucky enough to witness the struggle and effort they had labored in four years by allowing them to feel a different kind of excitement, being of the course the very first to finished high school in this notable school.

More and more students graduated, and at present, BNHS still continues to produce proud students because of the quality education the students received from their mentors.

To show our appreciation and loyalty to the school and teachers that once mould us, we, the Alumni of Borbon National High School have been challenged to return the favor.

The graduates of BNHS must not forget that even how far we had traversed the long and winding road of life, it is still fulfilling to look back to where we first start our journey of discovering our own individualities. The four corners of BNHS stood witnessed to what we were before and our teachers were somehow one of the reasons for what we have achieved right now.

So, why not make a difference!

Let’s organize an alumni organization and maybe someday, we could raise worthwhile projects that could benefit our beloved Alma Mater.

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