Hannah Mariden Gato


New wave, new trend: Supreme Student Council A.Y. 2021-2022


Una Bighani Villano

Header Artist

Elizabeth Seton School-South officially welcomed the fresh set of student leaders for this school year’s Supreme Student Council (SSC) last October 9, 2021, at their Oath Taking ceremony via Zoom. 

The newly elected Family Council and Grade School Student Council also attended the event, where they all took their Oath of Office led by Dr. Roberto Borromeo. Members of the school admin and faculty were also present as audience. 

The A.Y. 2021-2022 SSC is composed of the Core, Graphics, Public Relations, and Outreach Committees. Each is made up of student leaders from various high school levels. 

Supreme Chancellor 

Juliana Maria T. Naval 

Supreme Vice Chancellor for Events

Trisha Mae A. Rojales

Supreme Vice Chancellor for Services

Chelsea Jillian G. Sarno

Supreme Scribes


Keshia Lei M. Gayoso

Marc Daniel C. Cajayon

Supreme Bursars


Briana Isobel T. Pagdanganan 

Daniel Ian U. Cultura

Supreme Auditors 


Sanya Ashley M. Manuel

Patricia Lorraine A. Benosa


Graphics Committee                            

Richard Dominic M. Sayaman


Anya Jazmine O. Tiglao

Una Bighani I. Villano

Leann C. Wingco

Petrice Angeli A. Guevarra

Denzel Mykelo R. Abad


Public Relations Committee            

Chloe Faith O. Pagtakhan


Kesia Zinnia L. Villar

Iliana Pauleen G. Villanueva

Samantha Claire A. Casenas

Jesse Ariza L. Sto. Domingo

Clarence Faye L. Malaki

Christelle I. Fabella

Martha Gabriel S. Calpito


Outreach Committee                       

Jeremy Alexander Medrano


Vince Austin N. Montero

Jillian Clarisse A. Ramirez

Abel L. Luis

Julian Antonio S. Villanueva

Keanna A. Horlina

Penelope S. Wong

Hannah Mariden M. Gato.


The new SSC started the year with its brand new logo and hashtags #SSCEizeTheDay and #SetonStrongerConnected. When asked about the idea behind the rebrand, SSC Chancellor, Juliana Naval, says:

        The thought was simple. We’re done with the adjustment period, and we’ll now take every opportunity to give back to the Seton community.

         The goal stays the same. Serve by creating programs that would benefit Setonians, and be able to carry out all prospected plans this year while staying true to the organization’s vision and mission. 

With the new wave comes new trends. This is what we should look forward to starting this school year starting with the SSC’s new members. 

        Unity in Diversity. In the same interview with Juliana, she pointed out the impact that diversity brought into the council. “Weights are lifted off of one another and you can really feel that everyone is willing to help and always at their best. They’re good with what they’re assigned.” This year’s pool is right in the middle, both equally having 16 students from Junior High School and Senior High School. While there is not much of an age difference nor any gaps to fill, the newly entered half has got something to offer: their fresh ideas. Plus, teamwork makes the dream work. The number of members and their individual abilities combined just works wonders. 

         What’s next? Well, for Julia, “we’re always improving.” There is still a lot to give and to work on, but the SSC has got its eyes on the prize, and that is performing duties for the student body, making programs, giving, and seizing opportunities. It doesn’t end there, though; the organization strives to go beyond Setonian grounds and offer help to outside beneficiaries through their outreach programs.

It has been nearly two years since the world stopped and coerced the world into life-changing adjustments – the SSC bids goodbye to its beginnings and welcomes learning, leading, and serving as it is. They will continue to function and vow to ceaselessly progress— now taking every opportunity to give back, seizing the day, and making the best out of everything.