Hello, you! Thank you to whoever has decided to pick up our newsletter and taken the time to scroll through our thoughts and words. We would have liked to introduce this project in person, in the MPH along with the rest of the student body present. Nonetheless, we’re glad you’re…


By: Neomi Gerbuyos

At the start of a new school year, orientation week is considered to be a warm welcome to the MIIS family as we begin our school year. This event was held from 8:00 am to 11:00 am on August 10, 2020, until August 20, 2020, in all…


By: Joshua Edillon

Following tradition, the beginning of the new school year is marked with the Spirit Week celebration. Despite the shift to an online platform and the restrictions on outdoor travel, the MI Upper School still found ways to create their own costumes and continue with the event as…


By: Hannah Gapuz

October calls for a celebration! The MIIS student body wanted to express their gratitude and learn more about their teachers through several activities that were scheduled for this month!

The Student Council (SC) created a Google Form called #FillYourBakits, a play on the phrases “fill your bucket”…


By: Lexi Aguila

Last October 7, the MIIS Upper School Student Council lit up our hearts with a fun-filled program to virtually celebrate one of the most anticipated events of every school year– the Chuseok Festival (추석), also known as Korean Thanksgiving. Despite having to commemorate this year’s Chuseok Festival


By: Ina Mamba

This year, despite the distance and social restrictions preventing students from interacting face-to-face, annual projects like the Jukebox musical are still managing to push through — much to the shock of the Juniors tasked with curating it. The musical will be a 30-minute edited video; a short…


By: Harris Haboc

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, several countries have been on strict quarantine or lockdown measures especially here in the Philippines, which started last March 16, 2020. Until today, Metro Manila and most parts of the Philippines are still under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) as declared by the…


By: Maggy De Guzman

Musta ka na? Tagal na natin ‘di naguusap.

Would I go back to the first day of ninth grade and redo everything? No. Although, if I told you what I do, where I am, who I talk to or who I don’t, I’m sure you’ll be…


By: Bill Mamba

I remember waking up every morning with a new idea running through my head of what goal I planned to pursue within the day. I would take a shower, put on some clothes, and head to school, maybe even leave the car right in front of Petron…


By: Cody Bundoc

As an avid horror movie watcher, Filipino movies in this genre do not usually come to one’s mind. If asked about it, people often respond with the long-lived “Shake, Rattle, and Roll”, or any movie with Kris Aquino shouting in it. Horror movies are meant to give…

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