Meet Patricia Anne, DMMCIHS Senior High School Rank 1 as she gave a heartwarming message to her fellow graduates:
A pleasant day to all of you.
On behalf of my fellow graduates, allow me to take this opportunity to convey a message of appreciation and gratitude on this important day. First and foremost, my deepest gratitude to our esteemed Alma Mater, DMMC Institute of Health Sciences, for giving us a chance to continue our education even in this challenging times. Thank you for granting us a path towards academic excellence. Also, I would like to express my most sincere appreciation to the faculty and staff of DMMCIHS for their endless dedication and effort just to ensure that we, students, were able to receive a remarkable Senior High School experience. We cannot fathom how grateful we are for the knowledge, values, and guidance you shared to us all throughout our stay in the institution.
In celebration of this moment, allow me to give a special recognition to our friends and loved ones, we wholeheartedly thank you for being an inspiration, motivation, and supportive along the way. Through good times and bad, your presence helped in getting us to where we are today. And above all, this blessed day would not be possible if it wasn’t for the God Almighty’s glory. Each one of us is eternally grateful for the love and grace He bestowed upon us. Once again, I would like to extend our utmost gratitude to everyone behind our success. We would not have done it without all of you.
Per Vitam Totam Discere — a latin phrase that means “Lifelong Learning”. In our entire life, we commit ourselves in learning by all means possible. We will always hold on to everything we learned and experienced in the long run. Until the end of time, we will fulfill a personal duty to always uphold the core values of a Mercadian.
With that, let us take this moment to give ourselves a round of applause for a job well done. May each one of you continue to pursue success and joy in your future endeavors and seek for places where wonders of life can be found. Congratulations, graduates!