In every school there will always be this one alumnus that will catch us by surprise where he ended up with the coolest profession amongst everyone. From our batch in gradeschool, I think, no questions asked, it is Dunhil.
I spent my primary education at La Camelle—the very first established school at Camella Homes Subdivision Bacoor. Some of my batchmates and I were one of the pioneer students when it started around 1989. It was a small preschool back then; having the former Directress/Founder/Principal’s (Mrs. Josefina Gaerlan) house as the location. As our mini school gained its popularity and enrollees, they built a bigger learning center enough to accomodate the demand of a growing number of students. But it is still a small school though, with only one section per grade level and each level only consists of 30 (or below) students. But what’s so good about having a low-numbered class is that natutukan kami nang husto ng mga teachers and my classmates and I grew up closely with each other. There were some petty bully students (haha), but I don’t remember na may magkaaway o nag-aaway talaga sa batch namin.