92% or 22 out of 24 MSC High School examinees passed the 2012 FAITH Scholarship xams recently given by the First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH). Those 22 represent almost 60% of the 37 members of the 2012 graduating class.
Faith Yente R. Millares, daughter of MSC faculty member, Tess Millares topped all MSC examinees by obtaining the Apolinario Mabini Full scholarship consisting of 100% tuition and miscellaneous fees discount plus P1000/month stipend and P1000/sem book allowance.
FAITH offers more than 15 college degrees in 8 colleges in its School of Management, School of Technology and School of Humanities in its 5 hectare campus in Tanauan City.
This year’s performance of our students in the FAITH scholarship exams is a marked improvement over last year’s when only 34% or 18 out of 52 graduates qualified for various scholarships.
Gelanie T. Albalate earned the Emilio Aguinaldo Full Scholarship with 100% discount in both tuition and miscellaneous fees.
Marionette Benita Bueser, Ross Christian Cabuya, Armie Eloisa Exporna and Job Xanthe Panganiban got discounts of 100% in tution and 50% in miscellaneous Fees.
Eleven others – Jaya Maia Alcantara, John Ellery Alcantara, Harold Alcos, Aimee Avinante, Precious Cocole, Angelica Conde, Edward John Dimaano, Marickris Manansala, Maria Cristina Pangan, Joshua Pena and Flord Eldeen Villanueva merited 100% tuition fee discounts.
Leonardo Agustin, Eric Patrick Banayo, Clark Louise Ello, Kevin Ishmael Servaz and Imelda Canuday will receive from 75% down to 10% tuition fee discounts.
Last year, led 18 MSC students Jean Pauline Tolentino by getting the Jose Rizal Full scholarship, the highest scholarship awarded by FAITH with a monthly stipend of P2500. Jen-jen Pasia qualified for the Apolinario Mabini Scholarship. Two others got full while the other 14 got partial scholarships.