Theme: Accept the Difference, Delight in No Picture Perfect
This year’s theme for Acquaintance Party couldn’t be more applicable. With multiple changes happening the ACES community is experiencing for the improvement and betterment of the institution, tonight’s theme is a perfect fit for the school event.
It was relatively different from what the Centaurians had experienced last year. Each attendee, is requested to wear a Semi – Formal attire in Black and/or White color to go along with the night’s theme of embracing changes despite of differences and dissimilarities.
Unfazed, despite a bad weather already threatening the event, members of the Administration, Faculty, especially students gathered at Le Jardin de Fleur to celebrate ACES’ annual acquaintance party.
As part of the occasion’s program, each class has to present a skit for the audience to witness and for the judges to critique based from the following criteria; the class’ Creativity, the Message of the skit, its Consistency / Flow and lastly the Audience Impact.
In accordance, a miniature pageant was held to further allow the freshmen students to be recognized and acquainted with one another – hence the Mr. & Ms. Freshmen 2015. Several ‘newbies’ joined but Mr. Jay – R Ryoveros of BEEd and Ms. Alyssa Camille De Leon of Criminology bagged the title for Mr. & Ms. Freshmen 2015.
Every year’s Acquaintance Party serves as a good opportunity to gain and be with friends. A welcome treat for everyone to take a break and enjoy even for a short amount of time.
By: Jeryll Kim Mercado