On April 19-20, 2022, the Grade 6 students had a virtual field trip to Malacañang Palace to learn about the history within its walls...
Last March 29, 2022, the Grade 5 students went on a virtual field trip organized by their AP teachers that brought them back to the Spanish and American colonization periods. They virtually went on a journey inside the walled city of Intramuros in Manila....
“Love never says, ‘I have done enough.’” is a quote that all Assumptionistas are familiar with, and it is also one of Saint Marie Eugenie’s most memorable lines. This quote was the theme of this year’s celebration of her feast day which falls on March 10.....
The Mother-Daughter Bonding Activity (MDBA) was one of the most awaited and anticipated events in Grade Five. This 20-year-old tradition in Assumption Antipolo is jam-packed with fun-filled activities that intend to promote understanding between mothers....
This year’s online Father-Daughter Bonding Activity (FDBA) for Grade 7 and 8 daughters and their fathers took place last February 19, 2022. The second of its kind, the activity gave the students and their fathers....
If you have been anywhere on the internet at all, you have probably heard the term mental health at least once. Psychological, emotional, and social well-being is becoming a growing issue and people are writing books, organizing talks...
The Alay Kapwa at Kalikasan (AKK) team launched the weekly Earth Lover’s Challenge which was practiced throughout September. Students participated in challenges like Earth Hour Sacrifice and the Eco Song Rendition which allowed them....
This statement sparked the beginning of AA Formator’s Week 2021, with the theme “Our Online Olympians”. From October 4-8, the SCAA planned activities that allowed the students to express their gratitude to their formatorsthrough Facebook posts and Microsoft Teams...
On September 10, 2021, the Grade 12 girls welcomed home Batch ‘27, the high school family’s newest members. A week full of bonding activities, this year’s virtual Kapatiran was certainly like no other.
Generosity that goes beyond the school premises is a value which Assumption Antipolo consistently promotes. The AA alumni project named TindAAhan or the AA Marketplace shows just that....
This school year has been a challenge for both the Grade 8 students and their parents as they transitioned to the new work-and school-from-home setup It is in this light that the Assumption Antipolo Guidance Center is dedicated in helping...
For the past 17 years, a camping tent heralded Assumption Antipolo's Mother-Daughter Bonding Activity (MDB). The thought of camping in AA grounds, spending time with their moms..
Last February 19, 2021, Assumption Antipolo held its first-ever online Intramurals for Grades 8-12 with the theme: “Bound by the Spirit of Sisterhood and Camaraderie, we continue to rise, walk by faith, and love our times....
Holding the stargazing activity is a challenging feat in itself, based on the testaments of previous batches whose activities had been put off and rescheduled...
The Grade 8 Virtual Field Trip, spearheaded by Ms. Justine Calpe, was held on February 6, 2021 via MS Teams. The students started off with a level assembly and left the meeting...
All the action made everyone hungry in time for the Virtual Family Picnic at 10:30 AM. The families enjoyed their picnic spread at home and the baked sushi they made. While eating, they shared photos of their gathering...
As the School Year 2020-2021 migrated to the online setup, many school events were also modified to be implemented virtually. The Open House was one of these school events as it was held online for the very first time...
Desmond Tutu once said, "Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.” Opening the school year in a time of uncertainty was certainly not anticipated...
The Grade 11's Entrepreneurship Week is one of Assumption Antipolo's most-awaited events. Instead of the usual concessionaire stands at the Eco-Fair, the businesses were launched online..
Our times have definitely proven to be a test of patience and resilience. This was seen in the smiles of the sitio nanays, farmers, and SPED students that the Assumptionistas..
To kick-start the celebration of Formators’ Week 2020, a School Mass with the theme, “Bless Our Teachers, Who Lead Us to Walk by Faith and Love Our Times” was livestreamed last October 3, 2020...
One of the things Assumption Antipolo values dearly is community spirit. The community continuously makes efforts to shape their students by building authentic connections with the people around them...
With the theme “AA in Mission, Christ in Action”, Grades 9 to 12, along with the faculty and staff of Assumption Antipolo,..
The Grade 10 students were given the opportunity to show their creativity during the annually-held Entrepreneurship Day last October 2 and 3, 2019....
The annual Eco Fair was held last September 27-28, 2019 at the Multi-Purpose Building to promote sustainability and ecological awareness through the different...
Staying true to the values of Transformative Education, the Grade 9 students of Assumption Antipolo had their Wet Market Exposure last Tuesday, October 1, 2019.
As part of observing September as Stewardship and Ecology Month, the Alay Kapwa at Kalikasan (AKK) Department of Assumption Antipolo...
The harana, a classic Filipino tradition in which young women are serenaded by their suitors, comes to life in Assumption Antipolo’s annual Band Screening...
Assumption Antipolo celebrates its annual Foundation Day every 11th of September, and this year, the school celebrated its 45th year as an educational institution.
‘For it is in giving that we receive.” This is a quote from St. Francis of Assisi presented by Dr. Ronald D. Motilla on his talk on mental health to the Junior High school department last Friday, July 26.
Last July 18, 2019, the community of Assumption Antipolo gathered to celebrate the Holy Eucharist with the theme, “Transforming the Youth through Joyful Service”.
Last July 13, 2019, the Assumption Antipolo high school officers kicked off their school year with the Leadership Training, organized by the SCAA officers.
The Kapatiran activity is one of the most important events that happens in Assumption Antipolo during the first few weeks of the school year.
Assumption Antipolo started their new year with a bang as it held its annual school fair and variety show entitled ‘Kislap’
The Grades 9 to 12 students took part in the annual Youth Gathering and Advent Vigil of Assumption Antipolo.
On December 12-14, 2018, Assumption Antipolo held its yearly Handog Pasasalamat
Assumption Antipolo celebrated the monthly school mass at the Multi-Purpose Building last Friday, November 9
Sportsmanship is redefined many times over, but its essence will stay the same. The annual Intramurals was held from October 23 to October 25 in the Assumption Antipolo campus.
The call to serve is always there, but it isn’t an easy road. The Grade 11 students were called to respond to that very call of service in the Medical-Dental Mission
The Assumption Antipolo community celebrated their annual Ecology Fair on September 28 to 30, concluding with the Fellowship days during the weekend.
Assumption Antipolo celebrated its 44th year of founding last September 11, 2018.
Assumption Antipolo celebrated the feast of the Assumption of Mary through a school mass at the Multi Purpose Building last August 15, with the theme: “MariangIniakyatsaLangitnawa’ymuli naming makamtanangkagalakanbilangminamahal ng Diyos.
Assumption Antipolo celebrated “Linggo ng Wika", wherein students and teachers conversed in Filipino and prepared special performances.
As part of their Citizenship Advancement Training (CAT) program, the Grade 12 students interacted with the male and female cadets of the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) in Camp General Mariano N. Castañeda, Silang, Cavite on August 4, 2018.
Assumption Antipolo’s commitment to Transformative Education gave the Grade 10 students the opportunity to visit the Antipolo City Special Education (SPED) Center.
The Grade 9 had their AKK Interaction with students of Marcelino M. Santos High School on August 3, 2018.
The Assumption Antipolo community welcomed the delegates of Assumption Kokusai last July 30, 2018.
The commissioning of the newly elected officers is lead by Fr. Edward Bacus...
Kapatiran SY 2018-2019 was held on Friday, July 6th, marking the end of the first official week of High School for the Freshmen and the first last of the Seniors.
Assumption Antipolo welcomed its students from June 25 to 27, 2018 with a three-day program.
On December 19 to 20, Grades 9 to 12 of Assumption Antipolo celebrated 2017’s vigil entitled “AgApe: Blessed, Broken, Shared!
Assumption Antipolo had a Eucharistic celebration at the Multi-Purpose Building on the morning of January 5, 2018 to precede Sinagtala
On August 14, 2017, the students of Assumption Antipolo were given the opportunity to watch the performance of Kontemporaryong Gamelan Pilipino or Kontra-GaPi.....
The Assumption Antipolo community celebrated the Feast of the Assumption of Mary in the Multi-Purpose Building.....