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Class 71

MALE

  1. Calogho, Cosme
  2. Galache, Anastacio
  3. Hembra, Vicente
  4. Letrecion, Wilfredo
  5. Fernandez, Romeo
  6. Gualta, Francisco
  7. Mana-ay, Eduardo
  8. Maravillosa, Regino
  9. Provido, Leopoldo
  10. Sibolinao, Juan
  11. Sindingan, Artenio
  12. Sumadic, Inocencio
  13. Sumadic, Melanius
  14. Sumagpao, Antonio
  15. Sumbillo, Damaso
  16. Superal, Martin
  17. Sutacio, Bonifacio
  18. Zabay, Mario

FEMALE

  1. Alcoriza, Helen
  2. Alcoriza, Vilma
  3. Alminaza, Rosary
  4. Biyo, Lorena
  5. Espino, Henedina
  6. Guillen, Adela
  7. Hembra, Daisy
  8. Hembra, Josephine
  9. Huetas, Felipa
  10. Pajado, Myrna
  11. Serilo, Conchita
  12. Sillo, Magdalena
  13. Siman, Florencia
  14. Sobremisa, Eufemia
  15. Sobrevega, BIbiana
  16. Solas, Rebecca
  17. Sondon, Teresita
  18. Sumadic, Minnie
  19. Sunio, Adelfa
  20. Superal, Eva
  21. Sustiguer, Celedonia
  22. Torejo, Florencia

Class 70

MALE
1. Espada, Dionisio
2. Espada, Felix
3. Espada, Nemesio
4. Letracion, Jaime
5. Serilo, Solomon
6. Sillo, Victor
7. Sindingan, Juanito
8. Sionillo, Juanito
9. Sitier, Pio
10. Simtim, Romeo
11. Sumadic, Antonio
12. Sumadic, Estanislao
13. Sumadic, Romeo
14. Sumbillio, Anecito
15. Sumbillo, Santiago
16. Superlativo, Carlos
17. Supremo, Vicente

FEMALE
1. Apistar, Noemi
2. Arcena, Eufrocina
3. Dorios, Rebecca
4. Espino, Viola
5. Gerona, Sol
6. Loreno, Mercy
7. Provido, Juanta
8. Robles, Evelyn
9. Sasi, Dempna
10. Sepanton, Vicenta
11. Serilo, Joselina
12. Servas, Auxilium
13. Serue, Resureccion
14. Sobrevega, Rosario
15. Sondon, Azucena
16. Sumadic, Celedonia
17. Sumadic, Patricia
18. Sustento, Daniela

Class 69

MALE
1. Hembra,Raul
2. Praga,Wilfredo
3. Sibolinao,Teodoro
4. Silorequez,Juan
5. Silorequez,Ramonito

FEMALE
1. Edombingo,Lucia
2. Galache,Lucia
3. Octaviano,Marietta
4. Servas,Teresita
5. Sindingan,Margarita
6. Sindingan,Nieves
7. Sitier,Margarita
8. Sudlay,Elizabeth
9. Sudlay,Gregoria
10. Suganob,Norma
11. Sumadic,Asuncion
12. Sumaria,Magdalena
13. Sumbilo,Marlyn

Graduation

One Hundred Thirty Seven students who received their diploma on March 30, 2012 during the 43rd Commencement Exercises of New Lucena National High School, are now standing at the crossroads of life. They have to make a tough choice.
Inspite of the fact that secondary education in the Philippines is free, finishing high school is still a big challenge for both parents and students. The prices of prime commodities keep on soaring and the crisis we are in seems to be just going deeper and deeper. The buying power of one’s salry keeps on shrinking everyday. Life has become one great litany of difficulties for all to face.
Upon receiving a high school diploma, a graduate is faced with a pivotal choice to make. Will he/she opt to go for a college course or will he/she settle with a vocational course? In fact, there are even those who have opted to look for a job right away. They have choosen to work to help themselves and their family. But what is really the best thing to do?
Well, it doesn’t really matter if one would choose to pursue a college or vocational course. What is important is when one finishes his/her choosen course, there is a sure opportunity for a stable job waiting. Having a job is what really matters since it is the primary reason why students go to school. Through this, one can be productive and will have the capacity to uplift the family from the quagmire of poverty and ultimately will be in the best position to help the country out of the economic mess it suffers.

SOUVENIR