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#KwentongBabyTam: Angela Jane Mendoza

August 20, 2021
Published: 7:00 pm August 20, 2021 | Updated: 2:49 pm August 20, 2021

More than just a university, for Angela, FEU High School is home. Not just because of its scenic and homey campus, but because of the safe and comforting spaces the university provides. She described her overall experience as fun, enriching, and uplifting. FEU teaches and prepares students like Angela to be brave and resilient. She shared that the most important wisdom FEU taught her is if one wants to achieve something, one has to work for it, and as she pursues her dream to be a lawyer, she is thankful to FEU for instilling in her to stand for what is right and to empower other people.


#KwentongBabyTam: Angela Jane Mendoza

FEU HS is more than a school—it’s home 

Senior High School — the shortest yet impactful years that every student will experience before entering college. These are the years where one gets to have a glimpse of different industries, professions, and opportunities before actually choosing a specialization in college. FEU High School (FEU HS) graduate and aspiring lawyer, Angela Jane Mendoza, shared that she particularly chose FEU HS because of the strands it offers. She described her journey as a Baby Tamaraw as tough albeit very exceptional. 

FEU HS gears up and calibrates students in preparation for college. Angela mentioned that FEU HS exceeded all of her expectations. “The activities, the environment, and the people around me served as my stepping stone to actually grow and hone my skills”, she shared. FEU also aims to develop 21st century skills. Angela conveyed that “the required activities weren’t just about memorizing nor participating, they were all about learning and espousing skills, most notably, time management and productivity”. Aside from providing quality education through student-centered learning, most graduates of FEU could attest that its state-of-the-art facilities made learning more top-notch. FEU Main and FEU HS also share the same campus so Baby Tamaraws experience what college students have—library and computer access, canteens and cafeterias, and of course, hangout spots like the Freedom Park.  

Now that the world is currently facing a health crisis, schools need to adapt and innovate To make sure that learning will not stop. FEU has provided avenues for its students to maximize their learning despite the challenges brought by the online setup with online learning tools such as Canvas and Office 365. Students like Angela, who is both a scholar and a student leader, had to adjust to cope with her academics as well as her club duties. Angela is not an exception to students who struggled due to the sudden transition to online learning, but she is thankful that FEU helped her by providing all the resources to access quality senior high school education. 

More than just a university, for Angela, FEU High School is home. Not just because of its scenic and homey campus, but because of the safe and comforting spaces the university provides. She described her overall experience as fun, enriching, and uplifting. FEU teaches and prepares students like Angela to be brave and resilient. She shared that the most important wisdom FEU taught her is if one wants to achieve something, one has to work for it, and as she pursues her dream to be a lawyer, she is thankful to FEU for instilling in her to stand for what is right and to empower other people. 

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