Ashlyn loves to travel. Naturally, when she came to the Philippines, she found time to explore Coron, Palawan during her study program in Monol. In her essay, she describes the sights that greeted her in the island and how these can make a person fall in love. Her essay and photos won first place in Essential Advanced ESL level.
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Julie shares her travel in Sagada in this essay. It was a tiring trip for their group but she made good memories from their adventures. She got first place in Essential Intermediate ESL for this entry.
Serena was a student of Essential Intermediate ESL who bagged second place for this entry. In her essay, she elaborates how she made good friends in Monol and how the people she met made miserable days tolerable and the happy days, the most unforgettable.
Cherry is a relatively new student, who has just stayed in Monol for a month now. In her essay, she shares her life in Monol and in Baguio, at the same time, her reflections to make her stay in Monol more worthwhile. She bagged first place in Essential Elementary ESL for this entry.
Panda had a wonderful summer in the Philippines as described in her essay and photos. She spent this memorable time with her friends at Pagudpud, also known as Little Boracay of the North. She won second place in Essential Elementary ESL level for this entry.
In this essay, Ume, tells us about the good memories he made with his friends in Hundred Island, Alaminos, Pangasinan despite not being in perfect shape going there. He won first place in the Photo Essay contest for this entry.
Richard is, now, a student of Elementary Essential ESL, but won second place in Foundational Advanced ESL level for his photo essay about Boracay. Here, he shares his experiences during his stay in one of the popular tourist destinations in the Philippines, wishing, next time, he can bring his girlfriend or fiance to enjoy the island.
It’s the summer season in the Philippines. And while Monol students are busy during the…
04 May 2015 – Monol students once again paid the children of the Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) a visit, this time, to create animals and different figures using paper plates. Last March of this year, another batch of Monol students went to RSCC with coloring pages to play with.