SLC inaugurates New Buildings for Senior High, HRM program
by: Benjie Sanchez
In preparation for the full implementation of K-12 Curriculum and for the educational improvement of HRM program, Saint Louis College established buildings for Grades 10 and 11 and the HRM laboratory that includes Café Luis were both blessed and inaugurated by Father Ramon Calusa, CICM Provincial Superior on November 24.
The Senior High building for Grades 10 and 11 was constructed with the estimated amount of Php60 million and was dedicated and named in honor of Fr. Roger Bruno Eduard Tjolle, CICM, whose exemplary life as a missionary priest and as a formator of educational managers left an indelible legacy of excellence and transformative leadership in countless catholic schools in the Philippines.
The laboratory for Hotel and Restaurant Management has the newest facilities in order to improve and make the said program better and accessible. HRM laboratory was constructed with an estimated amount of Php10 to 12 million including its facilities. It was named in honor of Fr. Clement Daelman, CICM whose exemplary life as a missionary priest contributed to the evangelization of Filipino families especially the youth through the educational apostolate of the congregation. These two missionaries were a part of educational formation and transformation of the CICM schools.