Guinacot High School Alumni Association

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Posted by Franklin Castulo on August 19, 2011 at 9:25 PM Comments comments (1)

My father was not lucky enough to finish college. He come from a poor family (until now poor parin kami. jeje) with parents who have chosen to be practical or in other words, has stopped dreaming bigger things for their children. Marami naman pong ganyang in our society today. Maybe we can call them irresponsible parents, o minsan, talagang kapos lang and they have to choose not to send their children to school. 

To make the long story short, hanggang grade six lang po ang nata...

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Alumni Batches List Ready for Download

Posted by GNHS on August 3, 2011 at 7:55 AM Comments comments (1)

We are happy to announce to all the alumni that through the innitiative and cooperation of our very own teachers and Mr. Ramon Escol, our alumni list is now available for download at the GNHS website. Those who already forget their batchmates may now visit GNHS website and download a printable MsWord version of your batch list.

To download, simply navigate to ABOUT > GNHS ALUMNI LIST menu or click the DOWNLOAD LINK

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Internet Use and the Memory System

Posted by Franklin Castulo on July 26, 2011 at 10:40 PM Comments comments (2)

Back to the time when I was yet in high school, I remember how I was burdened by carrying that backpack full of books and notebooks.  I hate to forget even 1 book bcoz I'm always shy to ask favor from my classmate to share his book.  We don't have library that time, no computers, no internet.  All we have were those books provided to us by the Government.

Now a days, the presence of the internet simplify things. Although this may not be true at GHNS, but ...

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Reviewing the President's SONA

Posted by GNHS on July 25, 2011 at 11:09 PM Comments comments (0)

I like the part when the President said, "Kung magkasakit ka at makita mo ang nars na nag-aruga sa iyo, sa halip na magserbisyo sa dayuhan kapalit ng mas malaking suweldo, sabihin mo, “Salamat po.”

In the case of the alumni, our teachers deserved that "THANK YOU" "SALAMAT PO" because in stead of going abroad, they have opted to be here and impart their knowledge to all of us.

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Ordinary People, Big Minds

Posted by Franklin Castulo on July 21, 2011 at 10:25 PM Comments comments (16)

Believe it or not, ordinary people have big minds! Kinsa man diay ang nagdamgo nga maka balay? dili ba kadtong mga walay balay? Ug kinsa man ang gahuna-huna ug mga dinagko nga butang? Dili ba ang mga tawo nga aduna lamang mga gagmay'ng butang? (sama sa buldozer, pison ug uban pa) lol.

Bitaw, kini tinood jud ug dili ikalimod natong tanan. Way dautan niini tungod kay sa gikaingon na, "LIBRE ANG MANGANDOY"...  

Wa pa naho nakalimti ang atong Principal nga si Maam Jamisola ...

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Posted by GNHS on July 20, 2011 at 1:55 AM Comments comments (0)

As we initiate this matter, we cannot deny that we will not be successful if we don't have the support of the administration of this institution, the students, and the alumni because the web administrator don't have sufficient knowledge about the facts nor the current events at GNHS.  With this, it is our desire to have you as part of this journey. GNHS website is in need of moderators or volunteers who can post updates to this BLOG section of the website.  This is not...

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Posted by GNHS on July 19, 2011 at 2:52 AM Comments comments (0)

We've been spending years journeying together in this information age and now the dream has come to its realization.  Finally, the GNHS website was launched in its Beta version!

This is just the start.  Today we are going to show to the world that GNHS exist! That GNHS can make a difference and that it can do more than the private institutions can do. (char)

As we all rejoice in this new beginning, our hope is for all GNHS students, administrators and the alumni,  t...

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