Gear Up! UST Senior High Turbocharges the SHS Experience

 “Normality is the new eccentric.”
― Criss Jami, Killosophy


Home to the largest number of senior high school students in the Philippines, the University of Santo Tomas Senior High School takes pride in nurturing 8000 unique new breeds of tigers wandering through the campus of the Catholic university of the country.

This February 19-24, 2018, the gears will shift, from academics to colorful parades, submissions to electrifying competitions, and recitations to a chill out music fest as the UST Senior High School Student Council brings the UST Senior High community, “Diversify: Fortifying the Spectrum of Brilliance and Integrity.”

This is a week-long array of events of various nature organized by the different local organizations in UST SHS. These activities cater to the wide range of interests and skills of the students, and couple conventional school work with real-life experiences and meaningful engagement with each other to redirect their potentials to fresh and meticulously-curated concepts and ideas worth experiencing.

A line-up of activities, including a Disney Pixar-themed strand parade and performances, strand cup competition, seminars on life hacks, love and relationships, and youth leadership, workshops on water coloring, paper quilling, photography, graphic design, and more, dance competitions, and obstacle challenges. So much await the “potentials” of Senior High, and just in time for Feb-ibig, surely the night of the 24th will be as young as it will ever be, as Diversity culminates with a music fest entitled, “Zephyrus: Up In The Clouds,” where SHS students and the surprise guest performers flock the UST Grandstand and Open Field for a night of great music and even better company.

Potentials, assemble, don’t miss out on UST SHS Week, Diversity!

For event-specific details and other information, you may visit the UST Senior High School Student Council Official accounts.

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