54th Foundation Day

SBS TURNS 54! Celebrating with Gratitude as One Family

St. Bridget School Quezon City celebrated its 54th Foundation last February 1-2, 2020 with a series of activities in collaboration with the SBS Parents Council of 2019.

Highlights of the foundation festivities were the High School Family Day on February 1-Saturday, which presented several student booths and food bazaar, the SBS Bingo Bonanza hosted by the Parents Council Board the following Sunday, and a 2-night showing of the Dulaang Kabataan (DK) annual play “Sa Silid Ni Maria” an original script based on the life and teachings of the school foundress, St. Mary Euphrasia.

BAHAGINAN 2019 (9)

Bahaginan sa Bridget: Pasko 2019

On December 19, 2019, St. Bridget School welcomed fifty (50) kids from ages 6 – 12 years old. They were all street children catered by Kariton Empowerment Center.

All classes warmly welcomed the children with simple games and programs. The Intermediate Department presented a simple caroling for them at the SBS Covered Court. Mr. Ronald Sabado (Bahaginan and Religious Activities Coordinator) and School Directress Sister Lita Clement, RGS poses with the kuyas and ates of the KEC and the children.

One of the presentations of the Intermediate Department.


My VAW-Free Community Starts with ME

My VAW-Free Community Starts with ME

St. Bridget School is one with the world in advocating the stoppage of violence inflicted upon women and children. The campaign begins on the 25th of November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. It runs until December 12.

Below are some of St. Bridget School Quezon City’s male employees who pledge to help end this gender-based violence within the community and beyond.


Admission Guidelines for SY 2020-2021

ST. BRIDGET SCHOOL Quezon City is implementing OPEN ADMISSION Policy for School Year 2020-2021. Amidst the enhanced community quarantine caused by COVID-19, your safety and health are important to us. To make it easier and safer, initial transactions will be done THROUGH EMAIL.

  1. Fill up and send back the application form from this link:
  2. You may also email it to together with the following scanned documents:
  • PSA Birth Certificate
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • Latest Report Card
  • Recent 1 x 1 colored ID
  1. You will receive a letter of communication from our Admissions Committee after the evaluation of the submitted documents.
  2. Should you have any questions, please email us at
poem grade 1

A Reflection: Our New Reality as Teachers

As the nation (and the world) salute our medical frontliners, we recognize and accept there are other “heroes” out there who also need recognition. Each one deserves to be praised for his or her efforts as duties are carried out while most of the country remain at home under strict quarantine orders.

One of our Grade 1 students, little Margharite Llamas, decided that there is another group of unsung heroes who need encouragement. She wanted to ensure that their spirits are also lifted in this time of crisis. Margharite came up with an inspiring poem that her mom emailed to her class adviser. This poem is dedicated to the teachers.

The country was placed in enhanced community quarantine with a suddenness that caught everyone flatfooted. It was a good thing that classes for most of the country’s Basic Education levels were almost over. And as the country abruptly suspended classes, lessons needed to be transformed and transferred to remote learning platforms. It was the only option for the teachers with the strict stay-at-home order.

But the teachers rallied. With the short time given for preparations, they all put their heads together and lessons intended for face-to-face were altered to be sent over the Internet. It was now time for emergency remote learning.

Lessons had to be broken into chunks; bite-sized pieces that could easily be absorbed by the learners. Even though these Gen Z students are characterized as being adept with technology, some form of disorientation had to occur. Another consideration is that the learners would be working on the materials generally unsupervised by the classroom teacher.

Teachers now need to dig into their bag of tricks, revisit their craft and reconstruct materials while at the same time considering the home situation of their students. It was a hurdle they had to work on with little time to prepare. And it would seem—if we are to anticipate that in our new normal—in the foreseeable future, classes could still be suspended for an undetermined period.All teachers at this point are already busy planning, training, and studying again to hone skills in order to restructure lessons.

Our teachers provide a service vital to the community. It hopes to educate the youth not just to cover those essential competencies, but to inculcate values that will provide a strong backbone to handle challenges ethically, and to be analytical and critical, as well as to be self-aware with a highly developed conscience.

We cannot emphasize enough the importance of education. The youth we teach today could be the future frontliners, future leaders of communities or even nations, or even future scientists.

Education cannot take a backseat in a developing country. Our teachers understand this.


Arts from the Heart SBSQC Project

And St. Mary Euphrasia said: “A person is of more value than a world ❤🌏.”

Sharing some of the Get Well cards and letters our students sent to give cheer to patients sick with covid-19, as well as words of encouragement for our frontliners.
#ArtfromtheHeart Project
#SBSQC #SBSCompassion

Contributions by the following (counterclockwise from top left):
Sofia Cruz 4-MY, Candice Cruzat 4-MY, JinaPaat 4-MY, SilmeriaProtacio 4-MY, Miley Ga ayan 4-MY, Sophia Protacio 4-MP


Open House

Please join us on Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 8:00 am to 11:00 am to explore our school and have fun with our students and teachers.

Register with the following details, by messaging us through Facebook ( or texting us (Globe:0905 147 2578 / SMART:0919 959 5760) :

  • Name of Parent/Student
  • Contact Number
  • Grade level
  • School

The Feeling of Relentless

By: Angela Noelle M. Encarnacion 11- HUMSSLast July 1, 2017, a group of Bridgetines, a couple of teachers, and myself attended an event in Smart Araneta Coliseum, not knowing that we would experience an afternoon of listening, singing and dancing accompanied by feelings of excitement, understanding, love and pure happiness.

The event, Relentless: Singles & Youth Faith on Fire (SYFOF) 2017, was hosted by The Lord’s Flock Catholic Charismatic Community. It started off by acknowledging the different dioceses and communities present, followed by the Welcome Remarks of the founder of the community, which included a recall of past conferences and how they were conducted in various places.Afterwards, there was a video presentation and a discussion on the difference between human love and Godly love, with the speaker stating that humans may get tired of loving but God’s eternal love will live on.

Later on, the Bishop of the Diocese of Cubao, Reverend Honesto Ongtioco, talked about the Good Samaritan, with a wish that the youth of today would also help those in need. Recalling the story of the lost sheep, he exhorted the youth to focus on God’s relentless love in times of great pain. This was a segue to the short play, Rescue, which showed the journey of a man who lost his way but Jesus stayed with him despite everything. It was Jesus’ relentless love which saved the man. It gave a touching message of love, forgiveness, and hope.

This was followed by games, praise and worship, and sharing of personal journeys towards God’s relentless love. The latter touched the hearts of many of us since the stories were real-life narratives of pain and suffering like poverty, sickness, suicide, and wrong love. It was the support of the Lord’s Flock community, which set them free from their situations and turned them into witnesses of God’s relentless love.
More activities were done throughout the day. These all focused on knowing God more as our Father who never gets tired of loving us no matter what the situation is. One noteworthy segment was Word on the Street, wherein our questions about God were answered by a group of young adults and a priest. We were enlightened by the wisdom these people shared. As students, we gained more knowledge about our religion and beliefs.
Another memorable activity was the praise and worship part.. Songs by Hillsong were used to give it a fun and energetic vibe. During this time, we all sang and danced to express our love for God. Later on, the songs became more solemn, and we began to use our mobile phones as flashlights to create a star-like effect in the dark coliseum. It was evident that the song and the place filled with stars touched the hearts of many and made us worship God even more.

Afterwards, there was the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on stage. We showed our great reverence by raising our hands in the air and bowing our heads. Unfortunately, the event extended beyond the time stated in the programme, so our delegation had to leave before Archbishop Chito Tagle delivered his talk.

At the end of this experience, we all had peaceful bliss written on our faces, and the feeling of being loved in our hearts. The next time that such an opportunity arises, I would definitely encourage my fellow Bridgetines to take part in it so that they, too, would be able to experience this wonderful journey of God’s relentless love.