A testimony from Doctor Mark Manzano, an alumnus of Caritas Don Bosco School Batch 2005.
Carmina M. Ramos, M.D. is a graduate of the Institute of Pediatrics and Child Health, St. Luke’s Medical Center. As a Caritas Bosconian, she was immersed to the Japanese culture and learned 5S (seiri, seiton, seiso, seiketsu, shitsuke) and Kaizen which she applies up until now. She also appreciates how CDBS groomed her to be a servant-leader. “I am a proud Caritas Bosconian!”
Vince is now a professional architect. CDBS prepared him for college through academics and extra-curricular activities which developed both his skills and passion. “CDBS helped me grow and discover my skills. They did not only focus on academics but in developing my personality too. Caritas Don Bosco School is one of the reasons of my achievements.”
A testimony from Architect Brian Everett Raduban, an alumnus of Caritas Don Bosco School Batch 2007.
Bruce is a proud kapamilya and is currently a business news reporter at ABS-CBN. Caritas Don Bosco prepared him for college to be competitive and persevering. Aside from knowledge, he appreciates the values and servant-leadership taught by CDBS. “Caritas Don Bosco School formed a big part of who I am and who I can be.”
Architect Carmen is an alumna of University of Santo Tomas. She cherishes how CDBS provided a good environment for learning and socialization. “I am grateful that I learned servant-leadership in CDBS which now helps me fulfill my role in the workplace and community.”
A testimony from Engineer Paolo Sunga, an alumnus of Caritas Don Bosco School Batch 2007.
Kev is currently a Supply Chain Manager in L’Oreal handling retail operations for the Philippines. He is grateful that CDBS brought out the best in him and taught him essential life skills. “We were groomed to be humble and selfless.”
Lormaine Anne A. Branzuela is currently a student at UP Los Baños pursuing Chemical Engineering. What made her stay in CDBS were the opportunities to hone her skills and explore herself through servant-leadership and joining in competitions. “Ang pagiging Caritas Bosconian ay hindi natatapos sa CDBS. I chose to continue upholding the values I’ve learned there. Ika nga nila, once a Bosconian, always a Bosconian. I wouldn’t be who I am today if not for Caritas Don Bosco School.”
Ryan is one of the student pioneers of CDBS Senior High School and was a Caritas Bosconian since Preschool. He is currently a student in ADMU pursuing BS Political Science. “My character as an individual was formed in CDBS. I have made it my home where I created meaningful relationships and memories.”
Erika Gruezo is currently a student at De La Salle University-Manila taking up International Studies major in Japanese Studies and minor in Industrial Economics. Having the Japanese Language in the Grade School curriculum influenced Erika and developed her interest in their language and culture. “CDBS gave me a lot of different opportunities and shaped me to be the person I am now.
Amiel Christian Montilla is one of the student pioneers of CDBS Senior High School. He is currently taking up Environmental Science at the Ateneo De Manila University. “Transferring to CDBS was one of the greatest leaps I have taken in my life. Don Bosco’s preventive system paired with the Japanese culture is what makes CDBS unique.”
Dominic Quemada, one of the pioneer Senior High students, is currently an NPB Major at the University of California Davis. Through CDBS, he experienced travelling to Japan, learn the culture, join Robotics competition, meet other Bosconians in SLA and DBAA, and a lot more. “Studying in CDBS is one of the best experiences in my life.”
Riley Voluntad of Batch 2018 is currently studying at Osaka University, Japan. He feels fortunate that he had a great high school life and has experienced the unique educational system in CDBS. Riley is also grateful to the supportive educators, caring administrators, and loving friends he met in the school. “There is no doubt in my mind that I wouldn’t be the person I am today if not for CDBS.”