The Preparation Center for Languages and Mathematics (PC) carried out its orientation day for 183 new MP and PC students of the Quarter 3/2017. Held at the MUIC Auditorium 1318, MUIC Building 1, students and parents stepped in to hear what they are going to experience at PC.
Reaching over 400 active students in the third quarter, PC has recently recruited a new batch of PC and MP students to the school where they will be provided with not only courses for language and mathematical skills, but also a wide range of welfare, student activities, and academic support as they go through the program.
PC also handed out various awards to their exceptional students. Presented by PC’s Program Director, Dr. Alexander Nanni, the Best PC2 Term Project Award went to Ms. Kornrawee Kanchanavera, who brought forward an excellent news video regarding a social issue in an ASEAN country.
For posting the highest recorded average grade in Quarter 2, 2017, four students received the Outstanding Academic Achievement awards. They were:
1.) Ms. Asamaporn Charoenthamanont (PC1);
2.) Ms. Taya Tongnual (PC2);
3.) Ms. Pichamon Wongkrit (PC3);
4.) Mr. Kriangsak Thuiprakhon (PC4).
Meanwhile, four other students were given Outstanding Contribution awards for acting as “a role model for other students because of their maturity, cooperation, and efforts to achieve academic and personal goals.” They were:
1.) Mr. Manunchai Chatwechsiri (PC1);
2.) Ms. Yanisa Tattaisong (PC2);
3.) Ms. Boonyisa Sutthayarak (PC3);
4.) Ms. Radathip Poltanapaisan (PC4).
Moreover, three students also received special awards for their exemplary academic achievement and activity participation during Quarter 2/2017. They were:
1.) Ms. Asamaporn Charoenthamanont;
2.) Mr. Phutanet Ukris, both awarded a level skip from PC1 to PC3; and
3.) Ms. Parnnichar Phothitantimongkon (MP), awarded for the “Non-Smoking Campaign Advert Contest”, a Non-Smoking Day activity engaging students in creating an advert to campaign against smoking.
The orientation also brought back two former PC students who are now MUIC students, Mr. Yuan Yo WANG and Ms. Sarocha Acharyakul, to deliver memorable life-at-PC speeches and inspire all of PC’s new pupils.