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Our school celebrated its second Special Education Day for this S.Y. 2014-2015.
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Featured Article:

Another Beautiful Feather in Bobbie’s Cap

- Mr. Jun Bautista


“Bobbie Mabilog with her interpreter Janella Salvador during the Finals Night.”

© Star Magic

The country’s best venue for new breed of music composers, ABS-CBN’s Himig Handog Pinoy Pop (P-POP) Love Songs 2014 showcased the musical geniuses of this year’s 15 finalists last September 28, Sunday at the SMART Araneta Coliseum. From among the top 15, Bobbie Mabilog’s beautiful, heartwarming, soulful, and youth-oriented song entry “Mahal Kita Pero” which was interpreted by the equally talented and pretty Janella Salvador scored the third best song. Following KZ Tandingan’s interpretation of Edwin Marollano’s “Mahal Ko o Mahal Ako” which won the Best Song and David Dimaguila’s “Halik sa Hangin”, interpreted by Ebe Dancel and Abra as the second best. “Mahal Kita Pero” of Bobbie Mabilog was also chosen as MYX Choice for Best Music Video.

Truly a very remarkable feat for Bobbie Mabilog who at 20 years of age, is the youngest ever composer among the top 15 finalists. This was her first time to submit one of her original songs in the prestigious event which was deluged by more than 6,000 entries not only from local participants but also from the international communities. This is another beautiful feather in her cap having won a Special Citation – Secular Album in the 2011 Catholic Mass Media Awards for inculcating the values of Filipino Youth through Music.

From her array of astonishing, witty, and value-laden original songs (performed with her band, Y.M.I. Band, formerly known as C-Major Seven Band), Bobbie opted to submit “Mahal Kita Pero” to Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs 2014 as her entry. She believes that its very timely message is for the schooling youth to be reminded of their utmost priorities. Teenagers believe they are in love and are ready to make commitments notwithstanding their responsibilities-family and studies. The song playfully evokes the minds and hearts of young listeners that committing the wholeheartedly to someone else should come at the right time and place. “Mahal Kita Pero” has garnered a lot of positive reviews from the online community especially from those teenagers who could truly relate to its message.


“Bobbie Mabilog with her interpreter Janella Salvador during the Finals Night.”

© Mark Evangelista Photography

A singer herself who believes that music should be a medium to further the advocacy of reaching out to young people who need a little reminder of this and that, Bobbie surely has more of her original songs to be shared to everyone. Catch her and her band, the Y.M.I Band, perform live these songs in the coming second season of Young Minds Inspired in GMA News TV.



“3rd Best Song Trophy designed by renowned sculptor Michael Cancio.”