Lorma Flyers bag Milo Cheerdance Championship

Lingayen, Pangasinan – Lorma San Juan Campus’ Full Force, High School, and Dolphins, Grade School, stand and fly the highest  among the delegates from CAR, Regions 1, 2, 3  and bagged the Milo Northern Luzon Championship  title for the Cheer Dance competition for the grade school and high school level at the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center, Lingayen, Pangasinan last July 30, 2010.

When it was their turn to perform, people gathered altogether closer to the performance area and it really showed that Lorma has the charisma to invite people.

Who could say that the little cheerers can’t do it? You’re all wrong, it’s the third time for the Lorma Dolphins to be the champion and three-consecutive championship title for the Lorma Full Force.

The cheerers really displayed wit, talent, charm, beauty, poise, and focus during their performances.

The expectators really wowed, cheered, clapped and were amazed as they showcased their cheering piece.

The Campus Principal, Mrs. Eizabeth Camara, was really surprised with their performances together with the full support of the Lorma San Juan Campus family, parents, friends and coaches as well. Some parents really cried for it was their first time to see and witness the talents of their kids, a parent’s instinct.

Lorma Colleges San Juan Campus can bring out the best of our children not only in academics but also in sports as well. ONLY THE BEST AMONG THE BEST.

GO LORMA! GO, GO HURRAY!

- Christopher M. Jimenez- ARJP and Marketing Officer

– Photos by Paul Stanley Ramos – Creative Services

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LGS pupils earn top honors in International Art Contest

Lorma graders win the highest merits for artistic excellence in representing the dolphin as a unique creature worthy of saving. Marc Aldrin Morla, a grade 2 pupil, received First Class honours for portraying “The Last Dolphin” which is also his title entry.

Grade 5 pupils Julie Ann Watanabe and Franz Naomi Nisperos as well as grade 6 student Jerrica Shan Cala-or won Third Class honours.

Morla’s artwork was displayed during the Awarding Ceremony in Hongkong, China last March 8, 2008.

He was accompanied by the Principal Mrs Elizabeth Camara and his trainer Ms. Marjorie Ramelb.

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