Bloomfieldians won numerous awards in the recently concluded APPSAM (Association of Philippine Private Schools Administrators and Mentors) Competition held in Baguio.

Selected fourth year students of Bloomfield Academy participated in a 3-day competition sponsored by APPSAM at the Teachers Camp in Baguio. Ms. Elsie Torreno, the school principal, Ms. Thelma Marquez, the Student Activity Coordinator, and Mr. Sonny Nabaza, the Filipino and Araling Panlipunan Coordinator, worked together to accompany Team BA to the venues of the events and to the path of victory.

Most of the school representatives survived the elimination rounds of their respective contests. To name a few, Kendric Federico Mañalac, Marksean Angelo Tamayao, and Allyza Yvette Quirante made it to the top 5 for Interpretative Reading Contest, Vocal Solo Contest, and General Information Tilt respectively.

In addition, Maria Victoria Reccion and Katreena Mendoza secured their spots on the top 5 for Poster Making Contest. The former ranked fifth (5th) and the latter fourth (4th) .

Team BA’s Mr. and Ms. APPSAM didn’t let the school down either. Stephen De Schepper and Sarah Muhsen also garnered winnings for the team. Stephen De Schepper outshined other Mr. APPSAM representatives by winning the Best in Sports Attire award. Proving that Bloomfieldians are the epitome of modesty, Sarah Muhsen flaunted the natural beauty of a BA student wearing her school uniform. She won two special awards – Best in School Uniform and Ms. APPSAM Personality. Eventually, Sarah was hailed as Ms. APPSAM 2nd runner up at the end of the pageant.


Bloomfield’s Math and Science Wizards gave justice to the school’s vision-mission statement. Luis Angelo De Gala earned a bronze medal in Math Competition, and James Matthew Limpin scored a silver medal in Science Competition. They proved that there is indeed an emphasis on Science in Bloomfield Academy.

With the synchronized moves of Paolo Louis Galapon, James Matthew Limpin, Aldryann Cres Lumhod, Jose Rafael Javier, Jhon Patrick Miña, and Kenn Aldrin Orocio, the dancers of Team BA ruled the dance floor for the Hip-hop Competition. They danced their way to the win the 2nd place.

The voice of Bloomfield Academy, Francesca Masakayan, once again entered a familiar battlefield – the speaking contest. She showed, not just once but twice, who the boss is when it comes to extemporaneous speaking. She got herself a silver medal for this.

Miguel Angelo Paz gave Team BA its first and only gold for APPSAM. After battling for 30 challenging words, he bested 34 other schools in the Spelling Competition. He scored the highest among the rest of the spellers, making him the spelling champion.

In total, Team BA bagged 11 awards – 8 major and 3 minor awards. Bloomfield Academy is truly proud of the success of the APPSAM representatives.

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