Xaverians Win Bronze at the 21st PNCO

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The Philippine National Chemistry Olympiad (PNCO) was established in 2001 by some members of the Kapsanang Kimika ng Pilipinas, Inc., and is now managed by the Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies, Inc. (PFCS). The PNCO serves as the venue for identifying high school students who will represent the Philippines in the yearly International Chemistry Olympiad (ICHO).

The 21st Philippine National Chemistry Olympiad (PNCO) Finals was held last March 12, 2022 , from 8:30 a.m.–2:00 p.m. via Zoom, with 68 participants from the 13 regions of the country. 

Two Xaverians, Brayden Jansen O. Ang (12A) and Matthieu Aidan S. Gocheco (12B), who were part of  the NCR delegates, bagged the bronze medal.

The awarding of winners was held via Cisco Webex last March 26, 2022 from 9:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Visit the PNCO Facebook page to learn more about the competition and the winners. 

Congratulations to these two gentlemen who continue to exhibit excellence amid challenging times. Luceat lux! 

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