Local students granted scholarships to study overseas

Posted by watchmen
January 11, 2020
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A total of 11 incoming senior high school students were recently granted a scholarship to study at Japan’s Miyakonojo Higashi High School. The scholarships were awarded following a recent memorandum of agreement signing between Negros Occidental Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson and Leroy Edwards, who represented Miyakonojo Higashi High School chairman Yutaka Shimizu.
The beneficiaries, who are scheduled to depart for Japan in March, were identified as Elisha Faith Ba-at, Jose Paolo Delgado, Japser Desusa, Rachel Anne Deviejo, Stephanie Emnace, Nina Khryzan Jumilla, Wezy May Patajo, Rachelle Marie Rodriguez, Pamela Kristel Santa Ana, Kissa Sasaki, and Enrique Emyr Victoriano.
The program, where they will study general health and automotive courses, will run for three years.
The Negros Occidental provincial government will fund costs for monthly insurance, allowance, health and dental fees, enrollment and school fees, clothing and textbooks, transportation, bicycles, among other expenses./WDJ

Eleven incoming senior high school students were recently granted a scholarship to study at Japan’s Miyakonojo Higashi High School following a memorandum of agreement signing between Negros Occidental Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson and Leroy Edwards, who represented Miyakonojo Higashi High School chairman Yutaka Shimizu. (Richard Malihan photo)

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