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New Wave Era - Our Dark Ages and Renaissance

This was the time when IBM started making personal computers. The first model was the IBM PC, released in August, 1981. Remember the earlier versions of computer applications like Lotus 1-2-3, WordStar, WordPerfect 4.1, and Microsoft Word 1.0 for the Apple Macintosh both released in 1985?

No doubt, computer age begun during my most memorable...

"high school life"

How can I forget the songs and the artists of this generation:

A lot of good movies and celebrities as well:

  • Top Gun starring Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis, Anthony Edwards, Val Kilmer and Tom Skerrit

  • E.T. starring Henry Thomas, Robert MacNaughton,Drew Barrymore, Dee Wallace and Peter Coyote

  • The Karate Kid starring Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Elisabeth Shue, and William Zabka

  • Paradise starring Phoebe Cates and Willie Aames

  • Back to the Future starring Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson

  • The Blue Lagoon starring Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins

  • Dirty Dancing starring Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze, Cynthia Rhodes, and Jerry Orbach

  • Ghostbusters starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Rick Moranis, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts, and Ernie Hudson

  • Gremlins starring Zach Gilligan, Phoebe Cates and Howie Mandel

  • Footloose starring Kevin Bacon, Lori Singer, John Lithgow and Dianne Wiest

  • Bagets starring William martinez, Herbert Bautista, JC Bonnin, Raymond Lauchengco, Aga Muhlach, Eula Valdez, Jobelle Salvador, Yayo Aguila, Chanda Romero & Baby Delgad

No flat and LCD screens yet but TV shows were at the highest pick:

Three's Company
The Love Boat
Family Ties
The Cosby Show
Miami Vice
Murder She Wrote
Goin' Bananas
Palibhasa Lalake
Penthouse Live
Lunch Date
Kulit Bulilit
That's Entertainment
See True / Eye to Eye
etc etc etc...

News headlines of this decade:

And the most intriguing event of all:

The "Renaissance Period" and "Dark Ages" of


Bottom first row from left to right;
Carmina Clavero, Ma. Glenda Valdellon, Ma. Cristina Tiangco,
Bien Javier
Ms. Anita Tagle
Tita Policarpio, Gemma Lim, Joseph Pierre Sonza &
Ma. Theresa De Asis

Second Row;
Jesse Pasco, Armenia Ecobin, Carina Esmile, Cherrie Juanillo,
Rolando Abunan, Evelyn Garcia, Ma. Cecilia Noceto & Arnel Reyes

Third Row;
Ronald Santos, Jessel Estoesta, Eric Evangelista, Erwin Roque
Apolinario Sandoval, Renante Bilang & Romeo Belleza Jr.

Fourth Row;
Melvin Mesina, Manuel Nera Jr., Elmer Querido, Ramiro Yumang
Lancelot Jason, Tommy Ferrer and Peter Paul Vocalan

Our most unforgettable days came to pass... But the experiences we had during those years will be kept in our minds forever. As we left our beloved Alma Mater, we were faced with challenges and complexities but with the strong foundation, we're more than ready to confront the future ahead of us.

(From the tattered pages of the Rizalians)
It was 1981 when we first stepped upon this great school. We were really a bunch of fresh and innocent elementary graduates who just had our first taste of high school life. We were very young and care-free. At a very young age , we begun to add feathers to our caps by capturing several positions in clubs and organizations.

Our batch stunned everyone from the start when the people viewed us with awe, in our wonderful performance in the Book Presentation entitled "Panibagong Buhay". We grabbed first place then, outwitting the sophomore, junior and senior groups.

The first days of our sophomore life proved that we had not lost the burning fervor we established where we were in our first year. Our inspiration heightened when we captured first place in the Division Science Fair beating students from other schools in Quezon City. Our Project "Oil from Banana Leaves". We also topped the Speech Fest with our piece, "Tulad ng Molave" and when we pocketed first place in the Christmas Carol Singing Contest.

Then, we turned into jolly juniors. We were good journalists and homemakers. We won in Essay Writing Contest in the Division Press Conference making one of our classmates the Essay Writer of the year. We also grabbed the top position in the Local and District Smocking Contest.

And came our last year, we were no longer children and were really fine young men and women starting to prepare for the long journey - College. The final pages of our historyhave been turned the days... when we experienced to defend ourselves against obstacles and struggles... with thw bruises and wounds we acquired from the hindering hurdles in our track, we bravely faced these challenges with hope and faith in our hearts.

Our batch was truly a group of good leaders. The seniors banged the ears of other students when the judges announced the Best Actress and Best Actor belonged to our group in the magnificent portrayal of "Summer Solstice."

Science wizards were born to this batch. There were also good historians with precised minds among the seniors. We had a straight win in the Choral Interpretation Contest with one piece,
"I Am Proud To Be A Filipino."

"Time is the only force that made us leave our Alma Mater. The memories of our stay are left behind."


"You will always be a special part of me.
You will always be a special memory.
I'll always cherish wonderful moments
you have given me.
You are in my heart wherever I may be."

We have our own roads to travel on...
Our triumphs are
the souls of our identities.


  1. nice tere!!! great job!

    if you still have the orig pics, pls scan and post sa FB para mas malaki and malinaw.



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