SPCP HS Batch 1995 is turning 25
WE ARE A ‘BALIW’ BATCH. It’s not because we are out of our minds; it’s because we are passionate—to the point of being fanatical—about the things we truly believe in.
SPCP Batch ‘95 is impassioned enough to believe that one batch can challenge conventions to bring about positive change—and we do it with heart, wit, and an infectious energy.
In 2020, SPCP Batch 1995 celebrates its 25th anniversary. In preparation for our silver jubilee, we have created a lineup of activities that underscores our batch values and our advocacy for 2020: Active Education. Functioning, agile, vibrant education—not passive, dormant, or stagnating.
Your contributions will go toward
Father Louis Chauvet Foundation School
Marie Anne de Tilly Foundation
St. Paul College Pasig Alumnae Association Financial Assistance
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Our Batch Values
ProactiveWe are empowered to respond to situations decisively and judiciously—and we work to make all members of society feel the same
Committed to SocietyEverything we do—big or small—should have a positive contribution to society
OpenWe share our knowledge and are also open to others’
Committed to Quality Education for AllWe are committed to the value of a good education, but we are even more committed to the belief that good education is a right, not a privilege. Every child must be afforded the means to secure a quality education.
In Our Own Words
"Don't let someone get comfortable disrespecting you."
News and Updates
SPCP HS Batch 1995 is excited to hold a block screening of the movie Avengers Endgame today at Ayala The 30th Mall in Pasig City, Philippines. This is another fundraising event organized by SPCP HS Batch 1995 in celebration of their silver jubilee. SPCP HS Batch 1995...
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Learning Through Cohesive Action #strongertogether
Between now and 4 January 2020, SPCP Batch ’95 will host activities that promote strong individuals, strong family units, and strong communities.