Saturday, 17 March 2007

The Life of the Southpoint Sophomores

"The Life of a Sophomore Student"

The sophomores, with the most number of students in the high school division, are notorious for their noises in the whole school. When people ask, "Sino ang maingay?" they always think it is the 2nd year that is very noisy. "It is the second time that I'm reprimanding you second year! Do you own this building? Do you own this room? Be a model to the first year!" These are the familiar lines of one of the high school teachers.

Everyday, they are always scolded by their teachers because of their disturbing noises and boisterous laughs that can disturb other classes. There is no time that they are quiet. But sometimes, even though they laugh and make noise, they take their studies very seriously. Especially ALGEBRA. Because of its irritating numbers, signs and breath-taking equations, it makes their afternoon very sleepy and tiring. But their teacher always tells them, "Try and try until you get the answer. Patience is a virtue!"

The 2nd year also loves adventures and loves all kinds of stuffs. They are also trying to speak in English because it is one of the school rules that a student must abide. Most of the times, they tend to forget about that rule. Anyway, they all have different personalities; each one of them is unique in every way.

The Sophomores are good in playing the guitar, badminton, volleyball, Soccer and a whole lot more. They have creative minds that are different from other people. With their beautiful adviser, Mrs. Judith C. Bacarro, this class is unique in any way.

BE STRONG! That's the true spirit of a sophomore and a southie.

Written by: Neil Matutino (2nd Year Sophomore '06-'07)

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