Intermediate students from various private schools pitted their mental strength against each other in three subjects - Match, Science and English - in the recently conluded Rodriguez Private Schools Association (ROPRISA) Annual Academic Competition. The event was help last Friday, March 3, 2023, at the Christ the Foundation Christian Academy. Runners up came from various schools which participated but the plum awards all went to Eastbridge contestants who came home with three First Place trophies. This means that Eastbridge has earned the right to represent the town in the soon-to-be-announced Rizal Private Schools Association (RIPRISA) competition.

It's not unusual for Eastbridge to do this but not in all academic areas which also included Araling Panlipunan and Spelling in the past. Other schools sometimes were able to beat our own students at some of them, except in Mathematics where our students always came out winners not just locally but even in the RIPRISA for four consecutive years pre-pandemic. During the last competition in 2019, our Math team, representing Rizal, won in the Regional competition which was held in Tagaytay. Here's a story about that win.

This year's competition will go all the way to the national level for the first time as private school participants have expanded to inlude other school outside of Region IV-A. We look forward to reach even that level, Lord willing.


The quality of education being offered by any school can be measured by one thing: if the graduates of that school can pass the standard set by the entrance tests of big-time and high-end schools like Ateneo, Philippine Science, Quezon City Science, Marikina Science, Makati Science, Miriam, De La Salle, UST, Siliman, Claret and the like.

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Last November 2020, The Eastbridge School joined The Philippine Online Exhibition Series led by ClassIn. 

This event is a collaboration between Oxford University Press and ClassIn to showcase the teachers' ability to deliver informative and interactive lessons online. More than 4000 Filipino teachers joined the event and teachers from more than 10 Philippine Institutions submitted their lesson recordings for the contest entry, including three outstanding Eastbridge teachers, namely, Teacher Connie Lasafin, Teacher Elyssa Angela Galvan, and Teacher Lyza Jane Lagura.

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It took a while but our school is finally approved by Google to use Google Suite Education Account. Not all schools can have Google Suite Education. Without it, schools have to settle for the limited GSuite free account.

What does this mean for the school and students?

  • Better collaboration between teachers and their peers within the school which will benefit our students even more.
  • More tools available for teachers and since lesson contents are shared and can be worked on as a team, the end product is likely to be of higher quality and can be delivered quickly.
  • More control for the school to safeguard content and content delivery to our students because there is a centrally managed admin dashboard.

And many more...

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Last Saturday, November 16, 2019, five provinces were represented by five schools to compete for the Regional Mathematics Championship title. Eastbridge, having won the Municipal and Provincial championships represented the province of Rizal. It's Eastbridge, fourth attempt to win the gold. Under the coaching of Teacher Rolyn Perez, a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Mathematics from Western Visayas State University, Eastbridge Math Team started competing at this high level three years ago. The first attempt resulted to a bronze. The following year, the team did better and went home with the silver, conceding the title to Batangas. The feat was repeated again the following year with another silver, this time the gold went to Laguna. In its fourth attempt, Eastbridge could no longer be denied and the elusive gold was finally bagged by the team with an almost perfect score of 28/30, missing only one two-point average question. Second place went to Laguna which scored 21/30 and third place went to Batangas.

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In a cliffhanger of a competition for championship in the Folk Dance category held at NDN Hotel in Sto. Tomas Batangas Saturday, September 28, 2019, Eastbridge Dance Troupe battled the other champions from Batangas, Laguna and Quezon as it represented the province of Rizal in the Regional Competition organized by NAPSPHIL (National Alliance of Private Schools in the Philippines). There must have been a very close score for first place or perhaps even a tie  since the announcement of winners was delayed several times as the judges deliberated for several minutes. Finally, when the winner was announced, Rizal won and Eastbridge proudly brought home the championship trophy in a category it won at the Regionals for the first time.

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