Alumni

To date, Southridge boasts of more than a thousand alumni since its first graduation in 1984. True to her commitment and promise of quality education with its twin goals of a balanced and demanding academic and personal formation, her graduates would go to the best universities in the country or study abroad, including the ivy league universities in the USA. Many have graduated in their chosen fields from their choice universities with honors. Many of the alumni now run their own businesses, occupy sensitive positions in their offices or in government either as elected or appointed officials, or are dedicated members of the workforce. Some have opted to make a difference by starting and organizing civic-oriented non-governmental organizations or simply joining them.

The Southridge Alumni are the school’s concrete answer to its 10th Credo: “We believe that our best contribution to the community, to the nation, and to the world is the gift of well-formed and principled people.

To date, Southridge boasts of more than a thousand alumni since its first graduation in 1984. True to her commitment and promise of quality education with its twin goals of a balanced and demanding academic and personal formation, her graduates would go to the best universities in the country or study abroad, including the ivy league universities in the USA. Many have graduated in their chosen fields from their choice universities with honors. Many of the alumni now run their own businesses, occupy sensitive positions in their offices or in government either as elected or appointed officials, or are dedicated members of the work force. Some have opted to make a difference by starting and organizing civic-oriented non-governmental organizations or simply joining them.

The St. Joseph Shrine Project of the Alumni Batch 1994

ST. JOSEPH SHRINE Project Groundbreaking Ceremony, during the Alumni Homecoming on 12 January 2019, Saturday; 5:00 PM. This is the legacy project of Southridge Batch 1994 (Silver Jubilarians), the Host Class in this year’s Homecoming. Watch out for the Blessing and Inauguration of the New Shrine on 19 March 2019, Feast of St. Joseph, patron saint of Southridge School, and the school’s 40th Foundation Day!

Juan Diego M. Quemado

ALUMNI AT THE ASSEMBLY: On July 15, students from Grade 7 to 9 had their first student assembly of the school year with alumnus Juan Diego M. Quemado (SR ’12) as the guest speaker on the virtue of Study. Diego obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Minor in Commerce from the University of British Colombia in Canada before doing Post-Baccalaureate Studies in Accounting at the University of Toronto. With the junior high school students, he shared insights based on his university and professional experiences as well his as work as Program Coordinator of Westbrook Education Fund (leadership courses) and a youth mentor in Tupper Secondary School. In Southridge, Diego was member of the HS football team that won the RIFA championship 4 times consecutively. DUC IN ALTUM DIEGO!

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