Message from the President

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians,

Recently, we received reports of kidnapping attempts in Iloilo. Most of these attempts targeted students outside their school premises. With all these reports, it is best for us to be proactive in ensuring that this will not happen inside and outside our own school yard.

While ADI-SMCS management will try its best to intensify our security within the campus, your children might still be exposed to danger if left unsupervised by a trusted adult. 

We would like to remind you to please take extra precautions especially during dismissal. Please instruct your wards to be extra careful in dealing with strangers who might be posing as an acquaintance, substitute 'sundo', survey interviewers, and the like.  Please immediately report to the nearest security officer within the vicinity in case you encounter suspicious interaction with a stranger inside and outside the school.

Corollary to this , i also received reports that some have not complied with the car pass policy. I would like to reiterate that the car pass should be visibly pasted on the car's windshield. Your full cooperation will help us make our campus safe and secure.


Fr. Joseph Y. Haw,SJ

School President

2 Ilonggos most outstanding swimmers in all-Ateneo tilt

IT WAS the school’s maiden participation to the 2nd All-Ateneo Swimming Championships but the tankers of Ateneo de Iloilo-SMCS were not intimidated at all.

With two of its nine high school swimmers getting the Most Outstanding Athlete awards, sophomores Moses Oliver Bito-onon and Caitlin Estepar, ADI-SMCS sneaked past Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Iloilo and Ateneo de Manila University for a Second Runner Up finish in a five-team swimming tournament held August 1 in Matina Ateneo de Davao University Campus Swimming Pool in Davao City.

Led by coach Roel Susbilla, the Ateneo Blue Dragons bagged 14 gold, 11 silver, and 5 bronze medals in total.

The most bemedalled of all is aquabelle Estepar who collected nine golds for the same number of individual events, and another gold and silver medals in relay events. Moses Bito-onon, on the other hand, clinched two gold and seven silver medals in individual events, plus a bronze medal in one relay event.

Both were named Most Outstanding Athletes in the 12-13 girls and 14-15 boys category, respectively.


Meanwhile, junior Jillian Castillon managed to grab two silver medals for individual events, with another gold and a silver in relay events. Another junior swimmer, Samantha Yvette Ibarreta, also culled a gold and a silver in relay events. Her younger brother Selwyn and freshman Ronald Kent Sta. Ana also snitched a bronze in the relay event.

On the other hand, freshperson lady swimmer Mikee Joan Cortez also latched two bronze medals for individual events and a gold and a silver in a relay.  Meanwhile, the younger Bito-onon, Martin Alphonse, hauled a gold, a silver and two bronze medals for individual events with a bronze in relay category. Freshperson Alyssa Sirilan also gave her competitors a run for their money in her age bracket, showing potential for a future medal haul in her favorite events.

With the most participants in the said competition, 29 in all, host school AdDU Blue Knights retained its championship title, followed by the Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan delegation.

The Ateneo Swimming Team is set to join the Jesuit Athletic Meet next year in Davao. (Herman Lagon/Jose Anselmo Tenorio/Magis) 

Tuesday, September 19, 2017





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