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Gracing our Gazes with Gleam. Glamour. and Glisten.

     Behind the flashing lights and the highest heels–granted, charmers got on the stage with their own grandiose elegance, but taking the crown takes more than just appearing flawless in the spotlight.

     CROWN, its frame symbolizes the ability to exude confidence, not in the belief that you are better than others, rather the belief that your true authentic self has the capability to perform incredible feats.

     A pageant not only offers a show and competition on beauty and grace, but it is also an avenue for people to share their ideals of what they believe in. As Albert Einstein School becomes more progressive, Einsteinians have begun to look deeper, past the flamboyant gowns and alluring exhibitions.

     The search for Mr. and Ms. Foundation Anniversary was an undoubtedly and extremely anticipated occurrence for moreover it was organized by the Central Student Council(CSC) in collaboration with Citizenship Advancement Training(CAT). Niesha Xyzcoir Sabang, the CAT President, and Princess Sumaira Diocolano, the CSC Vice President, hosted the aforementioned event.

     On October 25th, 2022 at Albert Einstein School, the night was knocked down with a feather as the Einsteinians hailed its newly crowned Ms. Foundation Anniversary—who also received Best in Long Gown for Senior Division, with the theme Vogue in Red 2022, fancied with ruby-red gown the ravishing Princess Jamaeca Sultan Hassan, from Grade 10 - Lea Salonga, batch of the Stalwarts. On the other hand, the awarded Mr. Foundation Anniversary—who was also Mr. Photogenic, embellished with brick red suit was the radiant Datu Omarhod Ampatuan, from Grade 11 - Hidilyn Diaz Class, batch of the Visionaries. The Ms. Foundation Anniversary—who also received Best in Long Gown for Junior Division, with the theme Glitz and Glamour in Diamonds, adorned with heavily beaded gown was the captivating Sittie Aleyah Escander, from Grade 9 - Carlos Romulo, batch of the Giants, and awarded Mr. Foundation Anniversary—who was also Mr. Photogenic and Best in Suit, appareled with bespoke suit was the bedazzled Mohammad Sinsuat, from Grade 9 - Carlos Romulo, batch of the Giants; Ms. Foundation Anniversary for Intermediate Division—who also received Ms. Photogenic and Best in Fairy-tale Attire, with the theme Fairytale Characters attire, was the Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Gadiel Mangutara, from Grade 6-Cecile Licad, and awarded Mr. Foundation Anniversary—who also received Best in Fairy-tale Attire, was The Beast from Beauty and the Beast, Ahmad Escander, from Grade 6 - Cecile Licad; Ms. Foundation Anniversary for Primary Division—who also received Best in Superhero Attire, with the theme Super Power Characters attire, was Aqeelah Amba, costumed as Phoenix from X-men, from Grade 3 - Brilliante Mendoza, and awarded Mr. Foundation Anniversary—who also received Best in Superhero Attire, was Datu Sajid Bimbo Ampatuan, costumed as Doctor Strange, from Grade 3 - Brilliante Mendoza. The Ms. Foundation Anniversary for Beginners Division—who also received Best in Plant Attire, with the theme Plants and Animals, was the enchanting Mara Mamogcat, from Kinder A - Olivia Rodrigo, and awarded Mr. Foundation Anniversary—who also received Best in Animal Attire, was the striking Datu Salapodin Zacaria Jr. from Kinder B - Carlos Yulo.

     Gleam. Glamour. Glisten. Terms of how you would describe our contenders. The pageant began with the production number of all the candidates, followed by their ramp filled with finesse and poise. Dignified as Mr. and Ms. Albert Einstein School titles were Azraph Kansi of Kinder A - Olivia Rodrigo and Saffiya Ambreen Abdullah, also awarded as Ms. Photogenic of Kinder B - Carlos Yulo for Beginners Division; Aayan Dumagay and Shammara Ibrahimof Grade 2 - Michael Cinco for Primary Division; Maleki Sharif, also awarded as Mr. Photogenic, and Farrah Lauban of Grade 5 - Lisa Macuja for Intermediate Division; Shawn Gonzales of Grade 7 - Manny Pacquiao and Maha Midtimbang, also awarded as Ms. Photogenic from Grade 8 - Benigno Aquino Jr. for Junior Division; and Anwaroden Maulana of Grade 10 - Lea Salonga and Hannah Mabang, also awarded as Ms. Photogenic from Grade 12 - Maria Ressa for Senior Division. Honored as Mr. and Ms. Intramurals titles were Areez Simpal, also awarded as Mr. Photogenic, and Affrah Pascan of Nursery - Olivia Rodrigo, for Beginners Division; Adam Mustapha, also awarded as Mr. Photogenic and Aleeza Amilamja for Primary Division; Majdy Mamogcat and Taaliyah Ampatuan of Grade 4 - Jaclyn Jose for Intermediate Division; Abdel Ampatuan of Grade 8 - Benigno Aquino Jr. and Aliah Jannah Abas of Grade 7 - Manny Pacquiao for Junior Division; and Abdulrakman Ganduan Jr. of Grade 12 - Maria Ressa and Bai Shihaam Sinsuat of Grade 11 - Hidilyn Diaz for Senior Division.

     All parties were a bundle of nerves and were bouncing off the walls as Sir Ed announced the recipients of the titles and minor awards. With the determination and effort of everyone, the event ended successfully and delightfully. Great appreciation to the assiduous advisers, Ma’am Iluminda Abasolo and Sir Christian Dave Sumagka who were the ones behind the success of the event and the search for Mr. and Ms. Foundation Anniversary being finally over.

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2023-01-29

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