LNHS SHS Students Pledge to Finish the Course with Flying Colors
San Fernando City, La Union – Inspired by their passion to have a brighter future, more than 230 Senior High School (SHS) students of Luna National High School (LNHS) pledged to finish the course with flying colors.
The students’ enthusiasm was invigorated as they attended the inauguration of the newly constructed two-story six classroom SHS building on July 18, 2016.
Louicel Estela B. Lopez and Mayrell Nitutra, said on behalf of their classmates that they were inspired and motivated. Their knowledge will help them to find a job if they will not be given the privilege to proceed to college.
Meanwhile, Dr. Jovita Y. Lopez, Principal IV, stressed that the convenience that may be brought by the additional classrooms will boost the capability of the students to learn. She is thankful to the DepEd and the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) for providing conducive and well-ventilated classrooms.
Dr. Rowena C. Banzon, La Union Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) on the other hand, urged the students to study well so as to accomplish the course with flying colors. The SHS according to her will lead the students to a life they want in the future and an avenue towards the realization of their dreams.
The more than 230 SHS students of the LNHS are enrolled in Academic and Technical-Vocational-Livelihood tracks.