4th Year Students Passing their College Entrance Exams

Congratulations to the following students who passed their college entrance exams! We are proud of you.

University of Sto. Tomas
Jamina May Rasgo
Justin Torrevillas
Danielle Jimenez
Danielle Rallonza
Mark Joel Aguit
Einan Dominic Ramos
Cyrus Andrade
Shara Jacinto
Daniel Sutare
Jeremiah Velmonte
Daniel Legasto
Ian De Leon
Leighcashmere Ong

De La Salle University (Taft)
Danielle A. Jimenez
Paul Cualteros
Emmanuel Salongga
Carl Hiro Kobayashi
Samantha Unciano

Ateneo De Manila University
Samantha Unciano
Paul Cualteros

University of the Philippines (Diliman)
Leo Niel Jasper R. Sese

Philippine Military Academy
Mark Joel Aguit

Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Keen Dela Torre

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Myara Poliarco gets 1st Place in Regional Science Quiz Bee

After winning 1st place in the Division level 2014 Science and Technology Fair Grade 9 Quiz Bee, Myara Poliarco, a grade 9 high school student of Tabernacle of Faith Christian Academy, who represented San Juan City, wins 1st Place in the Regional level Science and Technology Fair Grade 9 Quiz bee held in the Navotas National High School, Navotas City. She will represent the National Capital Region in the National Science and Technology Fair Quiz Bee.

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Hon. Ulan P. Sarmiento in TFCA

6-4-2014: Hon. Ulpiano “Ulan” P. Sarmiento, author of “Education Law and the Private Schools: A Practical Guide for Educational Leaders and Policymakers”, giving a talk to the teachers and staff of Tabernacle of Faith Christian Academy on “Principal Duties and Responsibilities of Professional Teachers.”


TFCA hosts its first Open House in the renovated Sanctuary

In July of 2011, TFCA’s Sanctuary and mezzanine floor were burned in a fire. There was damage incurred to different areas of the school as well and since that time there has been on-going construction to renovate and repair the building. During the construction the TFCA family rallied together to help raise funds for the construction through various fundraisers and special projects. It has been several years since the fire and though the budget for the construction was more than what was released and raised we give God thanks for His provision has sustained the work is now almost completely finished. SAM_0805 SAM_0789 Continue reading

TFCA is accepting donations for #YolandaPH victims

Greetings in the wonderful name of our Lord, Jesus Christ!

As you may all probably know, parts of our country have been greatly devastated by typhoon Yolanda. A great number of people are now without food, shelter, and clothing. Communities in the provinces of Leyte were among the most heavily affected as the storm surge swept away their possessions and damaged, and destroyed their homes. Many are placed in evacuation centers where children and the elderly are most susceptible to illness and diseases.

Tabernacle of Faith Christian Academy would like to ask for your utmost support and donations in these difficult times. Together in our own little way, we can help ease the burden of these victims. They badly need food, water, medicines, clothes, blankets, and basic toiletries.

Please send at least two (2) of each of the following through your child/chldren within the week. We will send these relief goods to the victims through CBN Asia by next week.

- Instant noodles

- bottle water

- canned goods

- kilo of rice

- pack of paracetamol and anti – diarrhea medicines

You may also send used clothes, blankets, and basic toiletries with those mentioned above.

Thank you very much for your support and generosity.

May God continue to bless you and your family.


In His service,

Mrs. Marissa R. Sabanal



TFCA Wins 5th Place in the Teenpreneur Fund Raising Challenge

Article by Leo Niel Jasper R. Sese

Last August 10, 2013, TFCA Students raised funds for their Teenpreneur activity at the Entrepreneurs School of Asia located near Eastwood City. This activity was held in order to raise a capital of 10,000 pesos for the schools to give to their product owner of choice. The students who joined the said event are from senior and junior class, led by Sir Marvin Enriquez, the Araling Panlipunan teacher. TFCA sold a number of sweets and desserts with their own “mini store” calling it the Pursweet of History.

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