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5 10, 2017

Government Educational Subsidy for Tertiary Students

October 5th, 2017|Categories: Updates||


Good news for college students this Academic Year 2017-2018!

The City Scholarship Management Committee of the Office of the City Mayor of Sorsogon came out with a plan help Tertiary Students who are residing, and are currently enrolled in Sorsogon City Schools.  This plan came into effect last September 15, 2017, when Mayor Sally A. Lee personally handed out to private school heads and representatives the checks for student-grantees who are qualified for financial assistance of Two Thousand Pesos per semester, or Php 4,000.00 a year. This is part of Mayor Lee’s priority programs in order to meet the five goals for Sorsogon City this 2017: of becoming an Inclusive, Resilient, Livable, Competitive and Sustainable City.

This amount is an aid for the cost of Higher education tuition fees and miscellaneous fees. The are now about 437 college students in The Lewis College (TLC) who received help and grants from the Sorsogon City Government Educational Subsidy (SCGES). The grant recipients were screened and evaluated by the TLC Scholarship Committee and the City Scholarship Management Committee.

5 10, 2017

MOU Signing: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and TLC for BSP Knowledge Resource Network

October 5th, 2017|Categories: Updates||

September 25, 2017, BSP Legazpi Branch – Representatives from Provincial Libraries as well as administrative heads, assistants and librarians from State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), and Private Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the provinces of Albay, Catanduanes, Masbate, and Sorsogon were invited to gather at the Multipurpose Hall of Bangko Sentral Pilipinas (BSP) Legazpi Branch to participate and witness in the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and the aforementioned institutions to establish the BSP Knowledge Resource Network in their own communities.








26 01, 2017

Education Grads ace Licensure Exam for Teachers

January 26th, 2017|Categories: Updates||

26 04, 2016

Rev. Joseph Costantino, SJ gives 13th Commencement Address to graduates

April 26th, 2016|Categories: Updates||

IMG_3283March 21, 2016, Sorsogon City, Philippines – The Lewis College’s Thirteenth Commencement Exercises was graced by its Founder and President, Atty. Loida Nicolas-Lewis, along with guest speaker, Rev. Joseph Costantino.  Father Costantino hails from Brooklyn, USA and served as President of Canisius High School in Buffalo, New York; became first advisory board of the Ignatian Volunteer Corps; was a Board of Trustee member of Canisius College and Loyola High School, and is now a Trustee of St. Peter’s University in New Jersey; and is incoming Pastor of St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish in Chestnut Hill, MA.  With more than ten years experience of being retreat and spiritual director in the U.S., Father Joe also conducted the two-day Retreat for 149 college students in El Retiro Compound, Cabid-an, Sorsogon City.  He was assisted by Dr. Agnie Cruz, who has served with the Jesuit Collaborative and is a good friend of Atty. Lewis.

Students and parCommencement TLC 3ents were overjoyed to have the chance to meet and take photos with the president, Atty. Lewis, who flew from New York to attend this memorable event.  In her message to the graduates, Mrs. Lewis encouraged them to not be afraid of the challenges or failures ahead.  “You have the chance, the opportunity to grow stronger, to learn from your failure, to understand what made you fail.”  Furthermore, “Humility is the beginning of wisdom, look into yourself and see what you are doing wrong…and then try again… in the end you will succeed.”

After the messages, the parents were recognized for their tremendous support and love for the graduates for the past four years.  The program was truly a memorable event, which was hosted by Ms. Evelyn Mella, faculty.  Father Costantino sent a copy of the Jesuit Newsletter which featured his first-time travel to the Philippines and his activities while he was here.  You can read the newsletter here.

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Father Costantino’s message can be seen below:


“Mrs. Lewis, Mr. Nicolas III, Dr. Azul, Mr. Gonzales, Mr. Jamisola, Miss Mella, Dr. Cruz from the United States, Engineer Naag from CHED, invited guests, grandparents, parents, relatives friends, and graduates of the class of 2016, I am truly honored to have been asked by Mrs. Lewis to visit your country and more specifically this province of Sorsogon to offer to you, the graduates, your graduation retreat with Dr. Cruz and now to address you on this most significant, memorable day in your life, a day you will not soon and maybe never forget, a day that you have worked so hard to achieve. It is a milestone. After today, you will forever be college graduates. Just think about that for a moment. Savor it: “I am a college graduate.” Yes it is something of which you should be rightfully proud.