Year 2009 News

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Condolence to Beth Magpayo-Llana on the Death of Her Father

Dec. 17, 2009 -  Our condolence to our batchmate Elizabeth "Beth" Magpayo Llana and her family on the death of her father, Mr. Jose D. Magpayo, last Dec. 15.  Mr. Magpayo was  88 yrs. old.  His remains lie in state at their residence in F. Roxas St., Grace Park, Caloocan City.  Interment is scheduled on December 19, Saturday 1:00 p.m. at Eternal Gardens in Baesa, Quezon City.   Let us pray for the eternal repose of the soul of Beth's father.

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SoCal’s First Christmas Party

Dec. 16, 2009 - SoCal group finally had its first Christmas Party on Saturday, December 12th.

It was just a small group of us, but nonetheless full of fun despite the rainy day. It was hosted by Manny & Rose (Labarda) Aquino at their home in Buena Park. Manny & Rose went all out, as they do when they entertain. Hired a chef to prepare our meal for lunch & dinner. It was a non-stop eating!

Josie Larida- Bacud showed us 3 or 4 different line dance steps, more than enough to get a good work out. We acknowledged our 3-bday celebrants: Jayvee Omana, Josie Bacud & Joy Roque. Joy invited Father Joey to celebrate mass. After the mass, a few left with Jayvee to watch him sing with his choral group at his church. For those of us that stayed behind, we continued eating, then dancing. Even Fr. Joey danced the swing. While some were dancing, 4-of us were in another room playing wii bowling. I’m proud to say that I beat them all by scoring 279!

At about 9:30 p.m., everyone was back and we picked up eating again & non-stop joke telling, headed by Jayvee, Cesar & Gus. Instead of doing the “white elephant” gift giving, we decided to follow Manila’s version of “Right-Left” gift exchange. Must say, that was really more fun! Those present were: Me, Cory Gillera, Josie Larida- Bacud, Linda Ocampo- Espejo, Gus Estrada, Jayvee Omana, Chito Pangilinan, Manny & Rose Aquino, Cesar & Lynne Balbontin, Tony & Nancy Bautista, Ernie Morales & Joy Roque. Lastly, but most importantly – From SoCal to All our batch mates all over the world: A very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous 2010!!! - Bing Macavinta

Click here to view a photo slideshow of the pictures shared by Bing: SoCal's First Christmas Party>>>

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UST Quadricentennial Celebration - Chronology of Events

Dec. 11, 2009 - In preparation for the 400th year anniversary of UST in 2011, a host of activities will take place starting December this year, leading to the Quadricentennial Celebration in 2011.   Visit our Plans and Programs webpage to view the chronology of events for the UST Quadricentennial Celebration.

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2009 Batch Christmas Party

Dec. 9, 2009 - Batch'68 celebrated its annual Christmas Party last Dec. 5 (Saturday) at the residence of Baby Balatbat De Guzman at  #7 Joya St., Corinthian Gardens, EDSA, Quezon City. There were about 40 batchmates who attended the party.  It was an evening of non-stop eating, chikahan, Kodakan,  games, and raffle of lots of prizes donated by batchmates.  Of course the party will not be complete without the dancing - with several D.I.s ready to dance the night away with batchmates.   Bebet and Baby were the very creative game masters that evening, presiding over fun games like pic, pac, boom, hep hep, hooray (from Wow Wow Wee) and botica, bituka, butiki.  A lot of batchmates were mentally challenged that night to remember what they were supposed to say and do during the games.  A unique way of exchanging gifts was done that evening - we all stood in a circle holding the gift that each one brought.  Bebet read a story, and every time the word RIGHT is read, everybody passes his gift to the right, and when the word LEFT is read, gifts are passed to the left.  The gift that each person is holding at the end of the story is the gift he/she keeps.  To those who have  been asking for a copy of the text read by Bebet, we have uploaded it here - Left-Right Christmas Exchange Gift Game.

We wish to thank Baby for once more opening her house for our batch party and Bebet for her untiring efforts to unite the batch.  Of course, the party will not be successful without the presence of Batch'68, their spouses and friends.  So to everyone who took time from their busy schedule to celebrate with us, Maraming Salamat Po.

To view a photo slideshow of our Christmas Party, click here:  2009 Batch Christmas Party.
(Note:  To those who took pictures during our Christmas Party, kindly email them to .  Thanks for your cooperation.)

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Lilli and Baby's Visit to San Francisco

Oct. 22, 2009  -  Here are pictures of our little get-together for Lilli Santa Ines Gonzalez from Virginia and Baby de Guzman last September.  The girls, Lilli, Cherry, Helen, Fely, Cynthia and myself stayed at the Marriott in San Francisco for the Labor Day weekend. At the same time, Baby came to visit so Chito Cardenas invited us for dinner at his home. As usual, it was a night of laughter with Baby and a wonderful weekend in SF with Lilli. - Enrie Samson Sabio

Here are some pictures shared by Enrie:

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Joji Linan's Day with Tisha Reyes Nixon in Vancouver

Aug. 28, 2009 -  Tisha Reyes-Nixon warmly and excitedly welcomed Joji (Pangilinan) and Romy Linan who were in Vancouver for a week.   Both Tisha and Joji were just beside themselves with joy to see each other (oooh, after 40 years?) and engage in a never-ending chatting that lasted from morning to evening. Tisha treated the visiting couple to lunch in a Thai restaurant in downtown Vancouver, then took them to the Space Museum where they viewed the exhibits and watched a couple of shows (Galileo kept them quiet for a while :).   Dinner was at a Filipino restaurant where they shared halo-halo (no calories daw, kung hating magkapatid). Tisha was the ever so gracious and fun hostess who went out of her way to spend her July 1st holiday (Canada Day, eh?) with Joji and Romy.  Here are some pictures shared by Joji:

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Old High School Photos

Aug. 23, 2009 -  We have recently posted additional old high school photos in our Reminiscing webpage, courtesy of Celia Ramos (sent thru Bebet).  Try to test your memory if you can still identify our batchmates in the said pictures.  For those who have photos of our high school days , kindly email them to in jpeg format so we can publish them in our website.

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Request for Prayers for the Healing Chito Pangilinan

Aug. 13, 2009 - We just received word from SoCal batch mates that Chito Pangilinan's health is failing due to kidney problems.  He has to undergo dialysis 3x a week.  Let us all pray for his healing and full recovery.

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Bing's Visit With The Northeast Group

July 12, 2009 - "Manhattan, my favorite city, was where I spent the 4th of July holiday. I made sure I met with the Northeast group to poke about the next USA Reunion. We met on Thursday @ 8:30p. Friday was the official holiday, so it was no worry about work the next day. Rey & Mel Protacio met me at my hotel in Times Square. We went to the restaurant across it called Junior’s Restaurant, in the theater district. (They have a delicious mousse/cheesecake yum. I have to go back there for sure). We had perfect seats, so we saw all the activities on the (45th) street & were technically part of the scene. Times Square is a bustling place, full of high energy. That’s just how I like ‘hem - upbeat & positive!

Mike & Grace Mendonez arrived shortly from a long drive from Long Island. Then, Andring Maranan came, who was pretty busy that same week entertaining his college chums who were in town for a college reunion. But he chose to stay with us instead. What a friend! Then, Joey Bote came straight from work. We started talking about the next reunion, which they’ll be hosting. We thought 2012 was too far. 2011 would be ideal, but they don’t want to compete with Manila. The next best thing is next year, 2010. However, summer is expensive in NY (actually pretty much all year round). They thought October, with a holiday in it, would be better. Air fares will be a bit cheaper and it’ll be cooler. So, the date was set - October 8, 9 & 10. More details will follow as it unfolds. I said I was not going to help. But the deeper camaraderie that has developed and grown from the May reunion is hard to turn away from. They have asked for my help and I am obliging;) . " - Bing Macavinta

Click here to view a photo slideshow of the pictures shared by Andring:  Photos>>>>>

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Bebet's Boston & New York Visit

June 24, 2009 - " Bebet attended the Gawad Kalinga Summit in Boston, MA. Merle and her husband (Bong Encarnacion) are also actively involved in GK. After the summit, Bebet flew to NY  for a much needed break, where she met up with Cory & the Class '68 batchmates from NY and around the area. ( Rey Protacio and wife Mel, Mike Mendonez & Grace, Jerry Ongsiako, Annie Viri-Pascoquin and Andring) for a welcome dinner con birthday celebration (Rey, Bebet & Mike ).......Tuesday night we went to Serendipity ....for a " ginormous ice cream delight".....What a way to end Cory & Bebet's short but very sweet NY trip." - Andring Maranan

Click here to view a photo slideshow of the pictures shared by Andring: Photos>>>>>

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Batch 68's Trip To Sorsogon

May 30, 2009 - Odette shared some backdated photos of a trip made by them (Odette, Bebet, Liway, John, Ruby and John, Jr.) to Sorsogon and the scenic towns of Bulan, Donsol, Bacon (where Sirangan Hotel is located).  To view the photos and details of their trip, Click Here >>>>.

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Condolence to our batchmate Dr. Rosaline Sagles Bautista
on the death of her husband

May 16, 2009 - Our condolence to our batchmate Dr. Rosaline Sagles Bautista, on the death of her husband, Eddie last May 5, 2009.  His remains were laid to rest last May 10, 2009.  Rosaline was in  Section C in high school, together with Josie Larida Bacud.  We received the news about the death of Rosaline's husband thru Josie, but she has no details as to the cause of death.  She however shared that for the past years Rosaline had been taking care of her husband  who was suffering from some severe back problem.    She has also been taking care of her ailing Mom.  Let us all pray for the eternal repose of the soul of Eddie Bautista.  Let us also pray for Rosaline and their children, that God will give them the strength to cope during this trying moment in their lives.

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Las Vegas Reunion Was a "Knock-Out"!

May 8, 2009 - "Just as Pacquiao knocked out Hatton on the same day, in the same town; similarly USTHS class of ’68 First USA Reunion was, by all accounts, a “knock-out!” ....... - Bing Macavinta

For more on the First USA Reunion, visit our latest webpage - 2009 USA-Las Vegas Reunion.

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Addendum to the USTHS'68 Northeastern Reunion

April 8, 2009 - Last Saturday we found another batchmate, Victor Celis from Manassas , VA who was passing by New York for a day on his way to Atlantic City ....Rey Protacio arranged hurriedly for a luncheon at " Krystal Cafe" in Jackson Hts. NY. Present were Joey Bote & myself since we live in the area.  We had our usual chit-chat over sumptuous Filipino dishes......and San Miguel Beer meron pa bang kasunod !!!  - Andring Maranan 

(Note:  We have included the photo sent by Andring in the photoslideshow of their March Reunion.)

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USTHS'68 Northeastern Reunion

April 4, 2009 - Another annual USTHS'68 Northeastern reunion was held last March 28, 2009, Saturday.  This transpired in Andring Maranan's elegant neo-classic home in Queens, NY. This year is a big welcome for our batch mates, Edmond Lim and his wife Sally, Eddie Villarin and Jerry Ongsiako.
There were ten (10) of us who made it. Jolly Canlas who drove for three hours from Bethlehem, Pa. (wow!!!), from New Jersey - Edmond Lim and wife Sally, Rey Protacio and Imelda, Tim Mendonez and Jossie, Fred Andes and Sol and Ed Villarin whose wife is in the Philippines taking care of her mother. From New York, of course our great host for this year Andring Maranan, Mike Mendonez and wife Grace with her amiable sister Girlie, Joey Bote and Jerry Ongsiako.
For our dinner menu we had pancit palabok kaldereta, morcon, fried chicken with stuffing , tokwa’t baboy, kilawin, and ginataang langka and various desserts such as biko, cassava, mocha cake and cream puff . Joey provided the unlimited supply of cognac XO as in the previous year.
After dinner, our host Andring played soft music from his grand piano. This was followed by discussions of the agenda/activities for the coming Las Vegas Grand Reunion and spent reminiscing the good old high school days till a little after 12 midnight. It was another very memorable get together and hopefully many more to follow.
We missed the company of those who were not able to make it this year because of prior commitments but surely we'll see them in our next gathering.
We look forward to connecting with the other USTHS'68 Chapters this coming May reunion.  -  Rey Protacio,Tim Mendonez and Andring Maranan

Click here to view a photo slideshow of the pictures shared by Andring: Photos >>>>

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Batch'68 Gatherings Here and Abroad (Nov. 2008 - March 2009)

April 4, 2009 - Odette has shared with us her throve of photos of various Batch'68 gatherings since Nov. 2008. Click the photo links below to view the photo slideshow.

Harvest Time Visit of Enrie, Helen, Chito C., Myrna P. & Maria Hannan - Nov. 2008, Napa, CA


2008 Christmas Party At PMMS

Welcome Dinner for Chito C. & Myrna P. (with husband Gabe) - Jan. 2009

Dancing at Black Betty in Greenhills to Welcome Ernie  & Noel King's 60th Birthday

Other bonding moments with Batch'68 (Feb. - March 2009)

Note:  Odette also shared photos during Ricky's cremation and 9th day.  We have included them in the Tribute to Ricky Yatco.

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Tribute to Ricky Yatco

March 24, 2009 -  Batch'68 paid tribute to our beloved batchmate Ricky Yatco, by attending the 9th day novena prayer and mass held last March 23, 2009 at the Sta. Teresita Parish Church, in Mayon Quezon City.  Around 35 batchmates attended.  After the mass, a salu-salo was held at Ricky's residence, catered by Via Mare.  We would like to acknowledge the generosity of our batchmates led by Odette Wallace, John Tan and Caloy Corsiga, for shouldering most of the expense for the catering, in excess of the donations made by batchmates who were able to attend.

 A number of batchmates, who were all teary-eyed shared their heartwarming stories about Ricky.  Jun Tullao started the ball rolling by recounting how he was able to connect with Batch'68 thru Ricky's constant invitations.  Odette Wallace and Bebet Gillera reminisced the many evenings they spent at Ricky's place and how they complained of going up the flight of stairs to reach the top floor where they usually held their gatherings cum meetings.  Ricky promised that when Batch'68 members are too old to climb the stairs, he will install an elevator for them.  However, just to accommodate the needs of his batchmates, Ricky renovated his entire garage and made it the official meeting place of the batch.   The original Mayon boys - Jimmy Guieb, Manuel Manuel and Jimmy Tan shared with the group how they started as a small group of Batch'68 boys hanging out with Ricky almost every week, enjoying each other's company and at the same time having their drinking (juice lang daw according to Jimmy G.) sessions.  Eventually, to formally organize the Batch'68, they agreed to let the girls in (Odette, Bebet, Tessa, Baby, etc.), which led to the holding of the coral anniversary in 2003.  Ruby Espiritu also acknowledged that just like Benny Guidote, it was also thru the efforts of Ricky that she was found by Batch'68.  Danny R. shared how after a misunderstanding, he was blessed to be able to make peace with Ricky during his last days.  Boy Gabriel, a very close friend of Ricky since their elementary days, revealed that he was the one who introduced Ricky to Eppie.  Don Mejia also said that with Ricky's death, the batch has lost a pillar of strength and generosity.  He also thanked Eppie, who together with Ricky, opened their home for Batch'68, which was the venue for various gatherings including welcoming balikbayan batchmates.  Eppie assured the batch that Batch'68 will continue to be welcome in their home.  After the tributes to Ricky, a short photo slideshow showing Ricky with Batch'68 was shown.

It was a pleasant surprise to find Virginia "Ginny" Braganza, who is married to the elder brother of Ricky, Rey Yatco (USTHS Batch'64).  Ginny and her husband Rey were overwhelmed by the outpouring of love for Ricky by Batch'68 and thanked everyone for their support.  He recounted that whenever he and Ricky got the chance to talk, Ricky will always tell him about the many activities of our batch and how touched he was by the generosity and caring shown by our batchmates to Benny Guidote.

Before the evening ended, plans were made for a summer outing at the vacation house of Emma Ruivivar in Punta Fuego on April 18.  We will publish the details once they are finalized.

We are sharing with you the photo slideshow Tribute to Ricky and the pictures taken during the 9th day Novena Mass and Salu-salo.


                                                                        Tribute to Ricky                        9-day Novena Mass

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9th Day Mass Offering for Ricky Yatco

March 22, 2009 - On Monday, March 23,2009 at 5.30pm and onwards, we shall have the 9th day "Padasal" for Ricky Yatco at Santa Teresita Church,  right beside the residence of Ricky at 132 Mayon St., Quezon City  There will be a 6 p.m. Mass.  After the mass, we shall honor Ricky with a "salu-salo" catered by Via Mare, in Ricky's residence.

 If you will recall, way back in 2003 after we have celebrated our 35th anniversary, Ricky was elected as Chairman of the Batch'68 Alumni Association in recognition of his efforts in bringing the batch together.  His generosity in opening his home to our batch meetings and get-togethers cannot be equaled.  He inspired everyone to give 101% for our batch.  He was also instrumental in finding our late batchmate, Benny Guidote, and exerted all efforts to give the needed assistance for Benny. 

Let us therefore take this opportunity to pay tribute to our beloved batchmate Ricky Yatco, and give him the much-deserved recognition for all his efforts for our batch. 

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Request for Prayers for the Full Recovery of the Mother of Gurmel Singh

March 15, 2009 - Let us pray for the full recovery and healing of the mother of our batchmate, Gurmel Singh, who is presently confined at the Stanford University Hospital for heart surgery.

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Condolence to the Family of Ricky Yatco

March 15, 2009 - Our condolence to the family of our batchmate Ricky Yatco, who suffered a massive heart attack last Friday night, March 13 and passed away today.  Let us all pray for the eternal repose of his soul.  Let us also pray for Ricky's wife, Eppie and their children, that God will give them the strength to cope during this trying moment in their lives.

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Request For Prayers for the Full Recovery of Ricky Yatco

March 14, 2009 - Let us all pray for the healing and full recovery of batchmate Ricky Yatco who suffered a massive heart attack last night and is confined in the intensive care unit of UST Hospital. Based on the initial reports we gathered, Ricky is in comatose condition. Let us also pray for his wife, Eppie, that God will give her the strength to stand courageously by Ricky's side during this trying moment in their life.

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Condolence to Rosalinda Ocampo Espejo and Family

Feb. 25, 2009 - Our condolence to our batchmate  Rosalinda Ocampo Espejo and her family on the death of their mother, Mrs. Amparo Ocampo, last Saturday, Feb. 21.   Her remains lie in state at the Queen of Heaven Cemetery & Mortuary, 2161 S. Fullerton Rd, Rowland Heights, with viewing scheduled on Friday, Feb. 27, from 3-8:00 p.m.  Funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 28, 10:00 a.m. at St.  Elizabeth Ann Seton, 1835 Larkvane Rd, Rowland Heights, Ca 91748.  Let us all pray for the eternal repose of the soul of Linda's mom.

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Forever Thomasian: The 2009 USTHS Grand Alumni Homecoming!

Feb. 24, 2009 - The USTHS Grand Alumni Homecoming was held last Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009 at the UST High School Building.  Marina Valenzuela-Torres, HS Class' 80 and a USTHS AAI Trustee, wrote an article about the event -  "Forever Thomasian: The 2009 USTHS Grand Alumni Homecoming!", which we have posted. (Kindly click the link to view the entire article.)

Batch'68 representatives who attended the event will be coming out shortly with pictures and write-up about the homecoming. (Abangan.....)

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Condolence to Connie Romana Saavedra and Family

Feb. 13, 2009 -  Our condolence to Connie Romana Saavedra and her family on the death of her husband,  Elpidio Saavedra, who died last Monday, Feb. 9 due to a massive heart attack in Los Angeles, CA. Connie and her children, who are based in Toronto, Canada,  flew to LA last Tuesday, Feb. 10 and will be back in Toronto on Feb. 23.  Mr. Saavedra's remains lie in state at  Groman Mortuaries, 830 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90015.  The viewing schedules are as follows: Thursday, Feb. 12 from 12:00 to 4:00 P.M. and on Sunday, Feb. 15 from 12:00 to 8:00 P.M.

Let us pray for the eternal repose of Elpidio and also for Connie and her children, that God give them the strength during these trying times.

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Welcome Dinner for Soc Reyes Swinford

Feb. 10, 2009 -  Soc Reyes Swinford, who is now based in the U.S., flew in last month for a short visit.  During our high school days, Soc together with Bebot Bautista, were the female vocalists of the popular singing group - The Rainmakers.  Some of our batch mates were on hand to welcome her with a dinner held at the residence of Emma Ruivivar Yeung in Corinthian Gardens, Q.C.  Here are some pictures shared by Soc (Please click the picture to view an enlarged version.):

Seated (L-R): Baby Balatbat De Guzman, Soc Reyes Swinford, Evelyn Del Rosario Laurel & Emma Ruivivar Yeung
2nd Row (L-R): Cherrie Mijares, ReneeDe Los Reyes Nolasco, Bebet Gillera Gozun, Jojo Panganiban, Juliet Casis,
Elena Chanyungco Reyes, Ruby Yulo, Jerry Yeung (husband of Emma), and John Tan
Back : Joey Crisostomo, Don & Bennie Mejia, Ed Alimagno, Boy Nolasco (husband of Renee) & Marisol Lim Ybanez

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The UST High School Grand Alumni Homecoming 2009

Feb. 10, 2009 - We received the following e-mails from Leebai Esquivias-Gamboa, Vice President of the UST High School Alumni Association, Inc. re the UST High School Grand Alumni Homecoming on Feb. 21, 2009 (Saturday):

E-mail dated Feb. 10, 2009: 

"Due to insistent alumni demand, we have made available 50 tickets at the UST High School Secretary's Office. There are now 3 sources of tickets:

  1. Pay to your Batch Leaders and he/she will secure the tickets from the Organizing Committee;

  2. Pay at the UST High School Secretary's (Mr. Eman Batulan) Office;

  3. Pay at EDGE 21, Suite 1101 Antel Global Corporate Center, Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City.

11 days to go!!!

                                            Attire:                                   Black Smart Casual
                                            Ticket:                                   Php 500 Buffet Dinner

        5.15pm                  Holy Mass                   UST Chapel
        6:00pm - 7:30 PM      Welcome drinks, pica-pica, exhibit viewing at USTHSBuilding
        7.30pm                  Show                          USTHS Auditorium
        8.15pm                  Dinner                        USTHS Roof Deck
        9:00pm                 Fellowship                 USTHS Roof Deck

       Roll Call & Batch Calls (Bring your Batch Banners & Batch Noisemakers)
       Coronation of the Homecoming King & Queen
       Open Bar

It's the Real Thing!
the first homecoming at the USTHS Benavides Building in 12 years

                                                            1949              60 years        diamond
                                                            1954              55 years          emerald
                                                            1959              50 years          gold
                                                            1964              45 years          sapphire
                                                            1969              40 years          ruby
                                                            1974              35 years          coral
                                                            1979              30 years          pearl
                                                            1984              25 years          silver



E-mail dated Jan. 29, 2009: 

Tickets for the USTHS Grand Alumni Homecoming 2009

"Greetings, my fellow UST High School Alumni,

HOMECOMING 2009 are now available for pick-up at EDGE 21, Suite 1101, Antel Global Corporate Center, Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City (9:00AM - 6:00PM) or through your Batch Leaders.

For those that reserved, please arrange for your tickets to be picked up on or before February 6, 2009. After this date, these shall have to be surrendered to the Organizing Committee. The tickets will then be available at the gates on a 1st come, 1st served basis on February 21.

Remember...on February 21, 2009:
Be entertained with a brief but memorable show in the newly renovated high school auditorium with its state of the art facilities refurbished at a cost of P13.0M, considered as the best in the university right
Watch the USTHS Glee Club perform complete with a musical ensemble supported by the Cultural Dance Troupe, all homegrown talents conducted by fellow USTHS alumnus Emerson Hernandez of Batch 1994.
Savor the cool February breeze, an open bar of beer and flowing wine atop the high school roof deck overlooking the botanical garden.
Shout your hearts out with the noisiest class during the batch call made livelier with the participation of the USTHS PEP Squad.
Be awestruck with the oldest and youngest alumni that will attend that evening.
Be amazed by the sight of the crowning of the first ever homecoming king and queen!

ONWARDS TO 2011! "
E-mail dated Jan. 16, 2009: 


On February 21, be entertained by a brief but memorable show in the newly renovated HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM with its state-of-the-art facilities refurbished at a cost of P13.0M, considered as the best in the University right now.

Take pride!


Reserve your tickets now!  Text us your name and batch at 0921-3998977 or 0915-9774526.


E-mail dated Jan. 14, 2009: 

"The first homecoming to be held in UST HS grounds after more than a decade!

 Featuring award-winning production designer Aped Santos (Batch '77) who won in
the Metro Manila Film Festival 2008 as Best Production Design for the movie BALER), who has committed to draw the production design and will also serve as the main show producer.

 Coronation of the HOMECOMING KING & QUEEN!!!  

The Date: February 21, 2009 – Saturday




All these and so much more at our Homecoming! Don't miss it!!!

(Tickets are at 500/head. Please email back for ticket reservations. Include your cell phone number, your batch and your full name in your email).

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