22 CCSE studes qualify in UP post graduate IT program
Among the 60 examinees in Region 1, only 24 applicants passed the rigid admission examinations conducted by the University of the Philippines Information and Technology Training Center (UPITTC).
INVADING AMERICA: Introducing the US Content Service
Despite the perks of the World Wide Web, most of us aren’t still privy to many of the western countries’ browsing capabilities. And even with Lorma placed in a technologically hyped environment with several wi-fi access points, many of us would still see ourselves, staring at our laptops and looking at the lcd with words flashing contemptuously.
CCSE Celebrates Christmas with ITRMC Kids
The CCSE SBO conducted an outreach program at the Ilocos Training Region Medical Center last December 14, 2010. 35 pediatric clients from the said medical institute were recipient to the College's gift giving program.
Lorma Reaches Out to Tagudtud Schools
Headed by College Outreach Coordinator and Executive Director Ms. Antoinette Tejano, Lorma Colleges conducted an outreach activity last August 28, 2010 at Tagudtud Elementary School and Tagudtud National High School in Tagudtud, Bagulin, La Union.
Pangangalaga ng Wika tampok sa LC San Juan
Ang Lorma San Juan Campus ay nakiisa sa malawakang pagdiriwang ng Buwan Ng Wika ng ating bansa sa temang, “Sa Pangangalaga ng Wika at Kalikasan wagas na Pagmamahal talagang Kailangan” noong ika-isa ng Setyembre 2010. Ang programa ay isang paraan upang gisingin ang ating mga damdamin sa reyalidad na kailangang iligtas ang ating kalikasan.
Lorma Angels land 3rd in Milo Little Olympics tilt
Lorma San Juan Campus proves again that it is the home of beauty and talent North of the Philippines. Michaela Arquitola of Lorma Grade School and Franz Naomi Nisperos of Lorma Science High School both land 3rd place for Ms. MILO LITTLE OLYMPICS in grade school and high school level respectively.
LGS pupils earn top honors in International Art Contest
Lorma graders win the highest merits for artistic excellence in representing the dolphin as a unique creature worthy of saving. Marc Aldrin Morla, a grade 2 pupil, received First Class honours for portraying “The Last Dolphin” which is also his title entry.