Miss Corpus Christi School 2016 from the heart

Oct 16, 2016

by The Night Stalker

 

What are the qualities of a Corpus Christian?

 

A true Corpus Christian is someone who is God-fearing, selfless and strives to be the best person she can possibly be,” answered Xantia Mikeaela Paras-Victorio, the eventual choice of the Board of Judges for Miss Corpus Christi 2016-Grade School Macasandig Campus.

 

Ms. CCS Grade School 2016 - Macasandig Campus: Tia Paras-Victorio with parents Rina and Ravi.

Ms. CCS Grade School 2016 – Macasandig Campus: Tia Paras-Victorio with parents Rina and Ravi.

Like their most illustrious alumna Pia Wurtzbach, the reigning Miss Universe, this reply most probably sealed it for the winner of the competition which had “Education with a heart” as its theme.

 

“Simplicity and natural-ness,” one of the judges noted. “She looked her age and didn’t try too hard. Her answers were simple and direct to the point.”

 

“For me it was her confidence and eloquence. I felt that among the candidates she enjoyed what she was doing,” another of the judges observed. “She was very comfortable with herself. Plus she dressed and looked her age. Very natural.”

The pageant held last Friday, 14 October 2016 at the air-conditioned (thank God!) Corpus Christi Gym at its Macasandig Campus selected winners from the grade schools and high schools of its two campuses in Macasandig and Pueblo de Oro.

 

Ms. CCS 2016 Grade School - Macasandig & Pueblo Campuses and their courts

Ms. CCS 2016 Grade School – Macasandig & Pueblo Campuses and their courts

Joining Tia in her court for Miss CCS Grade School (Macasandig Campus) 2016 are Cleeshave Jhames Revamonte Baviera (First Princess); Kristine Joy Imperio Hengania (Second Princess), and Ashley Jea Batausa Llubit (Third Princess).

 

Besides being chosen Miss CCS Grade School (Macasandig) 2016, Tia also won three special awards: Miss Photogenic (Grade School); Best in Talent (Grade School- Macasandig Campus); and Miss Avon (Grade School- Macasandig Campus).

 

Jem Hryssa Alcantara Mejias was chosen Miss CCS Grade School (Pueblo Campus) and joining her in her court are Samantha Grace Daolo Purto (First Princess) and Kate Olano Cultura (Second Princess).

 

Ms. CCS 2016 Grade School-Pueblo Campus Jem Hryssa Alcantara Mejias with her proud parents

Ms. CCS 2016 Grade School-Pueblo Campus Jem Hryssa Alcantara Mejias with her proud parents

The winner also won special awards for Best in Ethnic Attire (Grade School), and Best in Talent (Grade School- Pueblo Campus).

 

Kamyll Migueyl Garcia Pla is the Miss CCS High School (Macasandig) 2016. Joining her in her court were Francine Murshieda Abueva (First Princess), Marielle Aubrey Go (Second Princess), Mary Therese Lasanas (Third Princess) and Jenealle Micah Llubit (Fourth Princess).

 

Ms. CCS 2016 High School Macasandig Campus Kamyll Migueyl Garcia Pla with her proud parents

Ms. CCS 2016 High School Macasandig Campus Kamyll Migueyl Garcia Pla with her proud parents

In addition to her crown, Ms. Pla also won five special awards: Best in Ethnic Attire (High School); Best in Filipiniana Attire (High School); Campus Choice (High School- Macasandig Campus); Best in Talent (High School- Macasandig Campus); and Miss Avon (High School- Macasandig Campus).

 

Clarizel Z. De Leon is the 2016 Miss CCS High School (Pueblo) and her court includes Cher Salcedo Dandasan (First Princess), Dana Shane Salao (Second Princess), Chloe Miguelle Borja (Third Princess) and Richell Loraine Tugonon (Fourth Princess).

 

Ms. CCS 2016 High School Pueblo Clarizel Z. De Leon with her proud parents

Ms. CCS 2016 High School Pueblo Clarizel Z. De Leon with her proud parents

Ms. De Leon also won special awards for Miss Photogenic (High School); Best in Talent (High School- Pueblo Campus); and Miss Avon (High School- Pueblo Campus).

 

Other special awardees included Kristine Joy Imperio Hengania (Best in Filipiniana Attire (Grade School);Samantha Grace Daolo Purto (Miss Congeniality-Grade School); Chloe Miguelle N. Borja ( Miss Congeniality-High School); Dana Shane M. Salao (Campus Choice -High School- Pueblo Campus); and Samantha Grace Daolo Purto (Miss Avon-Grade School- Pueblo Campus).

 

The panel of judges for Ethnic and Filipiniana attire included Gwen Asuncion, Jamie Joy Bantigue, and Boogie Musni Rivera.

 

Judging the grade school competition for both campuses were Trisha Tamparong, Philip Rubi, and Nathalie Mariano. On the other hand, sitting in for the panel of judges for the high school competition were Ana Lucia Dela Paz, Eileen San Juan and Mike Baños.

Winners all

Winners all

 

Saludos to Corpus Christi School for a pageant with a heart! Congratulations to all the winners and competitors, and kudos to all parents and other family members for their support and enthusiasm. God bless you!

(*All pictures by Armand Ansalso Photography )

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