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SCHOLARS

CORONEL-ENDAYA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Meet out Scholars. Hear Their Stories. Watch them grow.

  • Scholarship Description
    The Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship Program understands that children are our future, and with a little help, they have the potential to change the world. This scholarship aims to provide aid and hope to the young underserved students of Hagonoy, Bulacan, Philippines. Recipients will receive the following: - Academic scholarship award - Uniforms - Backpack - Pens - Pencils - Pencil sharpener - Pencil pouch - Notebooks - Folders - Crayons/highlighters - Rain poncho - Protective face masks - Reusable water bottle Additionally, as COVID-19 has highlighted the dichotomous digital divide and the widening gap in terms of access to educational resources amongst underprivileged, this scholarship for College Students seeks to not only provide a financial award, but also a way to bridge that divide by providing monthly internet access for online classes.
  • Number of Recipients
    2021: Five (5)
  • 2021-2022 Recipients
    1. Chrishamae Nunez 2. Adam Erikson S. Reyes 3. Patricia Mae A. Bautista 4. Jasmin T. Pascual 5. Leodigardio A. Tanig, Jr.
  • 2022-2023 Recipient
    King Rammel R. Tcruz

Isabella Marie F. Magbitang

Bulacan Scholarship - Elementary School

2021-Present

Isabella Marie F. Magbitang first received a Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship in Grade 4 in Sta. Elena Elementary School. She has been awarded with day care honors, grade 2 honors, and grade 3 honors. Her parents work as street vendors selling buko (coconut) juice. Her dream is to be a teacher and to have her own house someday.

Isabella is currently in Grade 6 (School Year 2022-2023) and has received an Academic Excellence Award with Honors during the first quarter for attaining an average of 91.75%. She maintains her Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship.

Angelika Elene A. Bautista

Bulacan Scholarship - Elementary School

2021-Present

Angelika Elene A. Bautista first received a Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship in Grade 3 in Sta. Elena Elementary School. She has been awarded as day day honor student, kinder honor student, star reader awardee, good communicator awardee, grade 1 honors and participant of math competitions, and grade 2 high honor. Her dream is to become a doctor.

Angelika is currently in Grade 5 (School Year 2022-2023) and received the "Best Storyteller" Award in 2022. She maintains her Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship.

Lance Matthew S. Niegas

Bulacan Scholarship - Elementary School

2021-2022 Recipient

Lance Marhew S. Niegas first received a Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship during his in Kinder 1 at Sta. Elena Elementary School. His dream is to be an architect.

During Grade 1, he received Outstanding marks in his overall grades.

Eros Miyelle C. Ambrocio

Bulacan Scholarship - Elementary School

2021-Present

Eros Miyelle Cruz Ambrocio first received a Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship in Grade 1 in Sta. Elena Elementary School. He has been awarded as Most Outstanding Student, Good Communicator Awardee, Word Weaver Awardee, Kinder Leader Awardee, Budding Mathematician Awardee, and 2nd Placer in Math Tinik Tangrams. His dream is to become a Police Officer to contribute to the progress of law and order in his country. 

Eros is currently in Grade 3 (Scholar Year 2022-2023) and has received an academic excellence award with Honors during the first quarter, attaining an average of 94.00%. He maintains his Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship.

Kate B.

Uehara

Bulacan Scholarship - High School

2021-Present

Kate B. Uehara was granted a Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship in Grade 2 in Sta. Elena Elementary School. She has been awarded as Day Care with honor top 3, Kinder with honor top 5, and grade 1 honor top 5. She lives with her grandmother, as she has lost her mother (deceased) and her father (abandonment). Her dream is to become a successful teacher.

Kate is currently in Grade 4 (School Year 2022-2023) and maintains her Coronel-Endaya Foundation Scholarship.