Chinese calligraphy is the art of writing Chinese characters and a way of exchanging ideas and cultural heritage. Chinese Calligraphy is like painting, because many written words have actually evolved from pictures. Through its medium of form, ways of handling the brush, presentation, and style, the inner feelings of every individual can be expressed through Chinese calligraphy.
Parents and the school work as partners in molding and building the lives of the children entrusted to their care. As partners, communication plays an important role in strengthening the partnership; thus the school with the hardworking heads/supervisors set a regular schedule of meeting for the teachers and parents to sit down and talk. This is done during the Parent – Teacher Conference.
Leadership Wisdom by Mr. Francis Kong by Federation of Filipino Chinese Alumni Association, Inc. in cooperation with SSHS Alumni Association will be held at The Auditorium on Sept. 12, 2015. For tickets, please see Mrs. Josie Tacus.
Demo Teaching and Seminar organized by Overseas Compatriot Affairs Commission ( 中華民國僑務委員會) about the Chinese textbook we are currently using (菲律賓版新編華語課本) was held in our school on July 29. The speakers were Miss Li Bi Xia and Miss Zeng Jin Jin, both authors of the textbook.
July 16， 1990 has remarkably made a record in the Philippines’ history when a strong earthquake rocked some parts of the country. Same date this year 2015, some alumni rocked the school with their presentations during the Alumni on Stage at The Auditorium. Just the same, they made a record.
The Council for Student Affairs (CSA) headed by the year officers with the guidance of the Office of the Student Affairs Head launched a school anniversary exhibit. The exhibit aimed to pose a challenge to different clubs to inspire students, teachers, parents and guests who might have the chance to see their exhibit to place back God, the Lord Jesus Christ in the LIMELIGHT of their lives, with the ultimate goal of giving Him the highest honor, glory and thanksgiving.
SSHS believes that through art and creativity, students with artistic instincts have the capacity to enhance the creative thinking and thus, the opportunity to be inspired and grow outside of the traditional classroom’s setting.