The best feeling in this world is being able to share what we have to those who are in need. One of the highlights during the Centennial celebration of SMC on September 24-30, 2015 was a dinner party that was held on September 25 at the Maalman Christian Community Center at 7:00 – 11:00 o’clock in the evening and sponsored by the SMC Alumni Association.
The Hudjaw Sajaw Michaelinians, commonly called Field Demonstration, was the afternoon attraction during the Grand Centennial Day on September 29, 2015. The dance presenters composed of grade school pupils and high school and college students were all dressed colorfully in their respective assigned costumes depicting their dance. The campus was filled with multicolored costumes, props and ornaments.
Determined to accredit the college programs in Liberal Arts, Teacher Education and Business Administration, SMC expressed its intention to the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU) on January 9, 2012 and was favorably accepted. A Consultancy Visit was scheduled then on January 18, 2013 with the submission of the required self-survey reports to PAASCU Secretariat one month prior to the visit.
SMC has become the breeding ground of well known professionals in the community for 100 years. As it continues its mission to mold advanced individuals, the institution has remained simple despite its greatness. The culture of excellence in all its endeavors has been kept for decades and has become its distinctive mark.
On the occasion of the Centennial Celebration of the Foundation of Saint Michael College, administrators, faculty, staff , alumni and benefactors of SMC were given honors and praises as they received awards last September 29, 2015 at the Maalman Christian Community Center (MCCC) for their Outstanding Service and Performance to the school, church and community and for their selfless giving of their time, effort and expertise for the good of the many.
Michaelinians all over the world gathered to witness the grand centennial celebration of Saint Michael College that started with the nine days Novena Mass on September 20, 2015 at Cantilan Immaculate Conception Parish Church. The theme of the celebration was “Saint Michael College, 100 Years of Noble Beginnings.”
Last November 7, 2014, one college teacher, Miss Frances Dee A. Israel and three college students of Saint Michael College namely Honey Lea Geraldo, Liaphy Arlalejo, and Christian Heart Sulapas went to Tandag City to represent in the 23rd Philippine Statistical Quiz Bowl-Provincial Elimination. The objectives of the said contest were to assess the competency and skills of students in statistics as required from the secondary education curriculum and to generate public awareness on the importance of statistics in all development planning activities.
Saint Michael College, Cantilan, Surigao del Sur is one of the 14 schools of the Diocese of Tandag and is one of the administered institutions of the Sisters of Saint Paul of Chartres in the Philippines.