They’re gearing up for May 13
Scholasticans, or Kulasas, are known to be very competitive. They make sure to give their all and perform beyond what is expected, whether in academic pursuits or extra-curricular activities. The St. Scholastica’s College Manila’s Catholic and Benedictine education that provides holistic formation anchored on academic excellence develops this level of commitment and dedication.
True to its varsity team name “SCIONS,” Scholasticans come from generations of great leaders, innovators, and trailblazers. These include woman athletes who shaped Philippine sports, such as Bong Coo, a decorated bowler in the World Bowling Hall of Fame, and Toni Leviste, a famous Filipina equestrian. St. Scho also produced young and popular woman athletes like Mika Reyes, Michelle Cobb, and Gzi Gervacio in volleyball and Dr. Fille Claudine Cainglet in basketball.
As sports events like WNCAA Cheerdance Competition have now shifted to face-to-face setup, and St. Scho is set to usher back its glory days. Liana Fiel, a third year BS Psychology student and member of Danz Edge, is given the opportunity to represent the school again. She says, “We hope to do our best and once again be the pride and joy of St. Scholastica’s College Manila.”
The preparations for the upcoming cheer competition carried challenges due to the changes and limitations of the pandemic. Social, physical, emotional, and mental adjustments had to be overcome by students emerging from almost three years of online classes. Amid these challenges, they believe that their love and dedication to dance and the school will prevail.
St. Scho Scions’ High School Pep Squad and College Danz Edge are all geared up to rise, fly, and soar high as they dance their hearts out in the WNCAA Cheerdance Competition on May 13, 2023 at the Rizal Coliseum.
Each team competing at the WNCAA Season 53 Cheerdance Competition can submit a vlog entry promoting their school, their team and the competition to email@example.com