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  • Lawrence Enecio wearing his 8 medals
  • Jimbo Bernardo
  • Jimbo Bernardo
  • Basti Lizares
  • Jimbo Bernardo
  • From left: Diego Bernardo, bronze; Xavier Algenio, silver; Jimbo Bernardo, gold
  • FRONT ROW FROM LEFT: Rosh Santos, Kyle Carlon, Christan Quijano, Jacob Bandong, Renzo Gazzingan, Carlo Ng, and Asher Manalaysay; BACK ROW FROM LEFT: Coach Sonny Cruz, Kimi Mendoza, Jose Pabulayan, Kiann Munsayac, Matteo Suzara, Joaquin Ang It, Roberto Jaymalin, Deign Dato, and Joseph Ramos
  • Ateneo Ultimate with its PULL trophy. The team consists of 15 players from ASHS and seven from AJHS.
  • Niko Macasaet
  • (L-R) Nathan Goño, Manuel Garcia, Noah Formoso and Alonzo Pasion
  • Noah Formoso (left) and Nathan Goño
  • Xavier Algenio
  • Image is from WebMD.com (no copyright infringement intended)
  • Elronde Valdez
  • Zach Moraleda in Singapore
  • (Clockwise from top left) Chico Zabella, Zef Daquigan, Craig Coronel and Aidan Aguirre
  • Jimbo Bernardo
  • Jimbo Bernardo (file photo)
  • Gold medalist Boom Domingo
  • Marcus Esteban
  • Jimbo Bernardo
  • Noviel Natividad

NEWS

(L-R) Joaquin Guevarra, David Bejarin, Rapa Bengzon, Johann Bernardo, Anton Abiera, Rocky Ledonio, Henry Escaño, and James Manzano.
  Representing the Philippines, 19 Ateneo de Manila debaters (15 from AJHS and four from ASHS) won 164 medals (82 golds, 82 silvers) and one trophy at the World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) 2018 Global Rounds held from June 17 to 25, 2018 in Kuala Lumpur. All seven Ateneo teams (two of which had guest participants from other schools) qualified outright for the Tournament of Champions to be held in. MORE...
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SPORTS

Rafael Barreto (left) and Wacky Santos (right)
Two Ateneo Junior High School swimmers- Rafael Barreto and Wacky Santos- are among the 17 swimmers selected by Philippine Swimming Incorporated to attend a Swim Camp in Santa Clara, California, USA...
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(L-R) Rafa Halili, Mik Balce, Coach Gee Abacan, Nio Tria and Bong Gonzales
A week after winning the ISTA tennis championship on February 18, the Ateneo High School lawn tennis team also claimed the PRADA (Private Schools Athletic Development Association) lawn tennis...
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(L-R) Nio Tria, Mik Balce, Santino Vistan, Coach Gee Abacan, Cenon Gonzales Jr., and Rafael Halili
Consisting of players from the AJHS and ASHS, Ateneo de Manila emerged as champion of the ISTA (Inter School Tennis Association) division 1 tournament on Saturday, February 18, 2017. In the photo...
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Ateneo Junior High School (AJHS) finished as second runner-up of the Breakdown Basketball Invitational (BBI) 13U division last Sunday, February 12. The blue-and-white boys won 3rd place after...
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The Ateneo Junior High School handball team emerged as 16U boys champion of the 2017 Metro Handball Festival last February 5, 2017. The tournament was held in the Ateneo Grade School covered...
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