“Gusto ko maging” translated in English means “I want to become”. In this video, some of the students of Father Louis Chauvet Foundation School give voice to the power of dreams. They want to be teachers, engineers, pilots, doctors. The sky’s the limit on their potential. While these kids are only in early elementary, they can see themselves to doing something bigger in their future. The students are not just given the basics of educations but also to believe in themselves. With hard work and support, they can become anything they can dream of becoming.

Father Louis Chauvet Foundation School (FLCFS) is a private K12 school that provide tuition free education to students in a community in Pasig City, Philippines. The school is run and managed by the Sisters of Saint Paul of Chartres. Since its inception, FLCFS depend on the generous support of the alumnae of Saint Paul College, Pasig (SPCP) and the alumnae’s friends and family. In celebrating their silver jubilee, SPCP Batch 1995 is raising funds for Father Louis Chauvet Foundation School. The funds will help in facilities improvement such as building a robust computer laboratory to be able to certified and provide computer courses for its students and maybe even to the parents of the students.

We need your help in making the dreams of the students of FLCFS come true. Please consider this cause in your giving. Your donation will go a long way. From the entire SPCP Batch 1995 and the students of FLCFS we thank you in advance for your generosity.

Our thanks go to the people who helped us make the video possible.
Director and Writer: Kathy San Gabriel
Camerman: Kent Marthin Eribal
Assistant Cameraman: Jun Bert Fabale