Malayan Colleges Mindanao successfully held the three-day MCM cup 2018 last February 1-3 at the MCM Campus along McArthur Highway featuring twenty two public and private schools who participated in the multi-intellectual-skill competition.
Dodjie S. Maestrecampo, MCM executive vice president and COO said during his opening remarks that the competitions were aimed to encourage students all over Mindanao to excel in different aspects of learning such as knowledge, skills and attitude.
“The participating schools will compete in five exciting events featured this year as they vie for the title,” he said.
Maestrecampo said that this year theme is ‘I’m in the now’, is inspired by the state of mind of the Mindanao Millennial about the latest trends, issues, arts and culture impacting the community.
Maestrecampo told the Edge Davao that the cup would test the school competitors’ abilities and level of excellence in the categories opened in this year’s edition.
“Through MCM Cup 2018, we continue to sound off our advocacy for outcomes-based education and academic excellence for the upcoming years with more challenges that make us all excited and more passionate,” he said.
Maestrecampo said that the first edition would field them in the mathematics, science and brain masters jousts, and in the artistic categories of chorale and speech-choir competitions.
In the confirmed registered list are: Binugao National High School, Brokenshire Science High School, Catalunan Pequeño National High School, Daniel R. Aguinaldo National High School, Davao Central College, Davao Chong Hua High School, Davao City National High School, Davao Wisdom Academy, Holy Child College of Davao-Mintal Campus;
The Holy Cross of Malalag, Maryknoll College of Davao City, Mintal Comprehensive High School, Our Lady of Fatima, Pablo Lorenzo High School, Philippine Academy of Sakya-Davao Inc., Philippine Science High School, San Pedro College, Sirawan National High School, Saint John Paul II College of Davao, Saint Peter Toril and the Wisdom Islamic School, Davao City Inc.
“Participating schools that will make it to the top will get sash, medals and trophies plus scholarships,” he said.
The MCM opens in June this year, with its senior high school and the baccalaureate courses in engineering and architecture, computer studies, arts and science, business and other related courses.