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‘War of the wits’ tilt pits QC high schools

THE Athletic Association of Private Schools in Quezon City and the Marketing Arms Exponent Media Advertising present the first-ever Quezon City Inter-School War of the Wits, an inter-school academic competition among high school students aimed at sharpening the minds of the youth towards nation building.

The one-day event will feature 19 competing schools in Quezon City, with each school to be represented by four students (either boys or girls, or mixed).

The participating schools are Commonwealth High School, Judge Feliciano Belmonte Sr. High School, Bagong Silangan High School, Novaliches High School, Immaculate Heart of Mary College, St. Vincent School, Peacemaker Int’l Christian Academy, Saint Anthony Academy of Quezon City, Balingasa High School, Tandang Sora National High School, National Holy Spirit School, Quezon City Academy, Grace Christian College, ODB Montessori School, Christian Family Centre School, Angelicum College, PACE Academy and Sauyo High School.

The competition will start today, Oct. 4, 8 a.m. At the Diliman Preparatory School in Diliman, Quezon City. Invited as guest speaker is no less than 2nd District Rep. Winnie Castelo,  with special guests former Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim and former senator Nikki Coseteng.

The event is also supported by Rebisco, Wilcon Depot, Magnolia Purewater-San Miguel Corp. and Piknik snack food. Official drink is Oishi Smart C-Juice.

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