Thursday, December 16, 2010

The Raffle


Raffle draw will be done on Wednesday December 22, 2010 at the AIE Head Office to give time for ticket payments to fully settle.  Unremitted tickets are considered sold and raffle stubs are still accepted and qualified for raffle until Wednesday morning.

The draw will be done in the midst of School Directors representing different branches and will be supervised by the College network auditor Mr Armand Castro.

Winners will be announced on this site on the following day December 23, 2010. Prizes will be entrusted to the SD or branch representatives present during the raffle.

Saturday, December 11, 2010


Congratulations Kenchi
Final Tally --

Top Five:

1. MISS CALASIAO - Kenchi Malagayo               -   161,190 points (35 %)
2. MISS LA UNION -  Sue Claire Diane Tangalin  -   134,400 points (33 %)
3. MISS CABANATUAN - Lady Joy Dela Cruz   -   128,350 points (32 %)
4. MISS ALAMINOS - Crisanta Clave                 -   119,100 points (31 %)
5. MISS URDANETA - Winnie Rose Datayan      -   110,000 points (30 %)

6. MISS TARLAC - Michelle Guevarra                 -     77,400 points  (29 %)
7. MISS LAOAG - Kaizen Acoba                         -     66,500 points  (28 %)
8. MISS BATAAN - Regine Carino                      -     56,000 points  (27 %)
9. MISS GAPAN - Melody Torres                        -     40,200 points  (26.5 %)
10. MISS ANGELES - Jaimee Santos                   -     26,900 points  (26 %)
11. MISS OLONGAPO -  Apple Maun                -     22,000 points  (25.5 %)
12. MISS DAGUPAN - Alpha Felix Filipina          -     19,000 points  (25 %)

Congratulations Angelo
Final Tally--

Top Five:

1.  MR. LA UNION - Angelo De Leon                  -    133,600 points (35%)
2.  MR. URDANETA - John Earl Agbunag            -    105,000 points (33%)
3.  MR. CABANATUAN- John Robert delaSerna  -     98,350 points (32%)
4.  MR. GAPAN Kim Paul Cristobal                       -     42,200 points (31%)
5.  MR. BATAAN Robinson Senoreses                  -     41,300 points (30%)

6.  MR. LAOAG   Nevie Gail Quigao                      -     40,500 points (29%)
7.  MR DAGUPAN  Renz Gerald Buena                -     17,000 points (28%)
8.  MR TARLAC  Mar Wayne Mekell                   -     16,000 points (27%)
9.  MR CALASIAO  Jhan Rey Castro                   -    15,200 points (26.5%)
10. MR ANGELES  Richmond Cunanan                -    13,400 points  (26%)
11. MR. OLONGAPO  Arnold Samson                 -      9,500 points (25.5%)
12. MR. ALAMINOS  Villariel Puda (defaulted)    -      1,000 points (25%)

Thursday, December 9, 2010

People's Choice Final Canvassing Extended


Due to insistent public demand, People's Choice Final Canvassing Extended until 5:00PM today (December 9, 2010) at Green Valley Hotel in Baguio City.  Cast in your final tickets now....

Results as of 6:00 PM Dec.8 2010

MISS AIE Philippines                     Points                                  MR AIE PHILIPPINES                 Points
1     Miss  XXXXXXXX                        143,900                                 1     Mr  XXXXXXXX                           112,300
2     Miss  XXXXXXXX                        117,850                                 2     Mr  XXXXXXXX                              95,000
3     Miss  XXXXXXXX                        112,400                                 3     Mr  XXXXXXXX                              87,850
4     Miss  XXXXXXXX                        100,000                                 4     Mr  XXXXXXXX                              31,300
5     Miss  XXXXXXXX                           99,100                                5     Mr  XXXXXXXX                              24,000
6     Miss  XXXXXXXX                           70,100                                6     Mr  XXXXXXXX                              17,000
7     Miss  XXXXXXXX                           27,000                                7     Mr  XXXXXXXX                              11,000
8     Miss  XXXXXXXX                           26,300                                8     Mr  XXXXXXXX                              10,000  
9     Miss  XXXXXXXX                           17,000                                9     Mr  XXXXXXXX                                3,700
10   Miss  XXXXXXXX                           12,600                               10   Mr  XXXXXXXX                                 2,500
11   Miss  XXXXXXXX                           2,500                                 11   Mr  XXXXXXXX                                  -
12   Miss  XXXXXXXX                           -                                         12   Mr  XXXXXXXX                                 -

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

MR and MISS AIE Philippines - Candidates Schedule


December 8, 2010  (Wednesday)

3:00 PM  to 6:00 PM    - Talent Competition           GreenValley, Baguio City
                                       (Judges only)                                      

7:00 PM to 10:00 PM   -  Rehearsals                      Green Valley, Baguio City

December 9, 2010  (Thursday)            

4:00 PM to 6:00  PM    -  Final Practice                 Green Valley, Baguio City 

7:00 PM to 12:00 MN  -  Pageant/Coronation        Green Valley, Baguio City


Formal Wear:

     Male  :     Formal Coat and Tie (any color) 
     Female:    Elegant Evening Gown (any color) accentuated with Silver (either lining, piping, shoal or tail or any silver accessories) 

Creative Costume:

Male & Female :  Regional Creative costumes or any Native Creation inspired by local materials   

Run way get up:

Male:  Denim pants with glittery design or hand painting or tribal design, No upper wear
Female:   Shorts or mini skirts, and Fashion bra (glittery bra, native bra, floral bra etc - NOT ordinary bra)  

Swim Wear:

    Male and Female:  No special requirements

Badminton Competition


1. All participants must be official students either Diploma or BS only of the AIE branch/team and must meet all their eligibility requirements:
a) Officially enrolled at the time of the competition
b) Should be in good standing
Official List of the players must be submitted on or before December 8, 2010 thru email: (head facilitator of Badminton competition).
2.  Each AIE branch must have their entry for single men / women and double for men / women badminton.
3. During the foundation day, Team leader or team adviser must report immediately to
    the Badminton facilitator or sports chairman for registration, briefing and the player’s number.

1. All players must exhibit the highest level of sportsmanship before, during and after the competition;
2. All players must be at the competition venue at the designated time. Grace period is 2 minutes. Penalty-5 points deduction from the total score.
3. The same level of sportsmanship is expected from the players and other supporters.
4. Grave acts against sportsmanship but not limited to sabotage, physical violence, libel, stealing, and the like shall be dealt with the full force of the law after an appropriate investigation is conducted.

Apparel and Accessories
1.  The player must wear the proper outfit (T-Shirt, sport shorts and rubber shoes).
2.  Jewelries or any accessories are prohibited.
3. Each player must have their own badminton racket. Shuttlecock will be provided by the committee.

Game Proper
1st game – double for men
2nd game – double for women
3rd game – single for men
4th game – single for women

Prepared by:

Mark Tiangson
Badminton Facilitator

Power Dance


1.  The power dance competition is open to all interested dance groups composed of 4 to12 members, groups maybe all male, all female or mixed. Each dance group shall represent a specific AIE Campus.
2.  Each participating group is required to register and submit the filled out registration form.
3.   The dance piece can be composed of any dance genre. (Except interpretative dance)
4.   Dance routine should be a minimum of three (3) minutes and maximum of five (5) minutes performance.
5.   Each group must furnish their audio CD containing the music they shall be using. CD must be cued and ready to play. Back up music/CD is strongly recommended.
6.  Dancers should be in costume or related attire or get up, warmed up, and ready to perform at least one hour before their scheduled performance.
7.   Dance steps, body movements and attires hould conform to normal standards of morality and good conduct.
8.   All songs used in the performance piece must be appropriate and suitable for any age. Foul taste in music such as profanity will result in disqualification.
9.   Use of props will be allowed as long as it will not cause any delay in the program and those that may harm the performance of other groups. Props such as oil, confetti, fire, broken glass, live animals, sharp objects and the like are prohibited. Violation of this provision shall mean disqualification of the group.
10. All participants should conduct themselves in a manner displaying good sportsmanship throughout the competition. Any demonstration of un-sportsman like conduct will result in disqualification.
11. Criteria for Judging:
30%      Choreography& Style
25%      Execution/Difficulty
15%      Concept
10%      Originality
10%      Attire/Creativity
10%      Audience Impact
12.  Only three (3) groups with the highest scores will be competing again on the gala night for the ranking.
13.  The sequence of performance shall be decided through drawing of lots to be done prior to the show proper.
Registration form for the Power Dance Competition must be submitted thru email at on or before December 8, 2010. 

Monday, December 6, 2010

People's Choice 3rd Canvassing Winners

3rd Canvassing Results


The Following are the results of the 3rd Canvassing of the Peoples Choice awards:


1.  Miss Bataan - 17300 points
2.  Miss La Union 11000
3.  Miss Alaminos 10000
4.  Miss Urdaneta 10000
5.  Miss Calasiao 8000
6.  Miss Laoag 7500
7. Miss Angeles 6000
8. Miss Cabanatuan 5500
9. Miss Olongapo 4600
10. Miss Dagupan 0
11. Miss Gapan 0
12. Miss Tarlac 0


1. Mr La Union  11000
2. Mr Urdaneta 10000
3. Mr Laoag 7800
4. Mr Bataan 7000
5. Mr Cabanatuan 5500
6. Mr Angeles 4700
7. Mr Calasiao 3000 
8. Mr Olongapo 3400
9. Mr Alaminos 0 
10. Mr Dagupan 0
11. Mr Gapan 0
12. Mr Tarlac 0

Final Canvassing will be on December 8 2010 (Wednesday) at 12 Noon.  

All unreturned tickets will be considered sold after the final canvassing.  Only paid tickets will be counted and credited to the candidates.

Monday, November 29, 2010

People's Choice Award - 3rd Canvassing Schedule


Peoples Choice 3rd Canvassing is scheduled on December 1, 2010 at 4pm. Only paid tickets will be counted and points credited to the candidates,  the final figures will be officially certified and reported by Accounting department after 5pm same date.

P10 ticket = 100 points

Winner of People's Choice gets full 35% advantage in the competition.  Please refer to Pageant Guidelines for details.

Support your candidates now!!!

Candidates for Miss AIE Philippines 2010-11


The following are the official candidates competing for the Crown of Miss AIE Philippines 2010-11 (in no particular order):

  Crisanta Clave
  AIE Alaminos
     Jaimee Santos
     AIE Angeles

      Regine Carino
      AIE Bataan
      Lady Joy Dela Cruz
      AIE Cabanatuan
       Kenchi Malagayo
       AIE Calasiao
    Alpha Felix Pilipina
    AIE Dagupan
      Melody Torres
      AIE Gapan
      Sue Claire Diane Tangalin
      AIE La Union
       Kaizen Acoba
       AIE Laoag
       Apple Maun
       AIE Olongapo
 Michelle Guevarra
 AIE Tarlac
   Winnie Rose Datayan
   AIE Urdaneta

Candidates for Mr AIE Philippines 2010-11


Presenting the Official Candidates competing for the title Mr AIE Philippines 2010-11 (in random order):
Renz Gerald Buena
AIE Dagupan
      John Robert Dela Serna
      AIE Cabanatuan
       Arjay De Luna
       AIE Calasiao

 Kim Paul Cristobal
 AIE Gapan
       Angelo De Leon
       AIE La Union
      Nevie Gail Quigao
      AIE Laoag
         Arnold Joseph Samson
         AIE Olongapo
          Mar Wayne Mekell
          AIE Tarlac
       John Earl Agbunag
       AIE Urdaneta
               Robinson Senoreses
               AIE Bataan
             Richmond Cunanan
             AIE Angeles
              Villariel Puda
              AIE Alaminos

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Battle of Web Designers



To evaluate each contestant’s preparation for employment and to recognize outstanding students for excellence and professionalism in the field of web design and web development.

Each campus must provide 1 laptop which will be used for the contest.


            Each campus of AIE College will have two representatives for the contest regardless of what course and year level they are in. Team members must consist of WEB DESIGNER (familiar with the visual arts and are learning to create images and designs that capture and keep visitors' interest. They present aesthetically enticing designs that meet the requirements and preferences of their audience) and a WEB MASTER (Who understands the basic breadth of topics that fall under web designers but with less depth into the individual topics of graphic design. Webmasters have additional skills including strong project management, presentation skills and good eyesight and perspective when it comes to marketing.)
             Team members must be a bonafide student of AIE College and should be officially enrolled this 2nd trimester and is open to all ages. Certificate of Registration may be required for validation purposes.

Only team members can work on the contest web site. Sponsors, parents, teachers, and friends cannot suggest ideas, teach skills and techniques. Note: Please follow this rule faithfully.


            The participants will develop a static website of AIE college. The website must be developed with a minimum of 5 pages. Contents of the different pages depend on what the participants couched suitable for the Website.

            Theme and content must be educational in nature. Content should encourage the readers to navigate further to the site with a good quality of the site good organization and navigation. It must use acceptable language and conventions, paragraph structure, grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. Any multimedia elements used should contribute to the site content. The web site will be viewed with two or more browser such as iexplorer, mozilla, opera, and netscape navigator. All links must be valid and all multimedia components should load properly and within a reasonable period of time.


            The website must be developed using HTML, CSS, JavaScript or any other client side scripting language such as VB script. Participants should have their laptops installed by application softwares such as Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, Macromedia Dreamweaver, etc. and other website design application softwares at there own discretion but must have prior notification and should by approved by the committee.

Submission of list of softwares must be done not later than 3 days before the contest proper for evaluation purposes. This is to avoid, usage of pre-defined web design templates.
           Using web design templates is strictly prohibited. Non-compliance will lead to disqualification.
             Please submit list of software at as soon as possible.
             The committee will provide pictures, logos and other significant images of the school. Same resources will be given to each group participating in the contest.

               The website will be developed for 5 hours.

Where will the website be developed?
               The website will be developed at the contest Venue in Baguio City.


We want contest sites to work well. The following practices must be done:
    1. Do not put files in subdirectories. All files must be placed in the single directory we provide you.
    2. All file names must be lower case - florence.html is fine, but Florence.html is not.
    3. File names cannot contain spaces.
    4. All of a site's web page file names must end in either .htm or .html. Please don't mix .htm and .html extensions within the same site.
    5. Each site's home page (top page) must be named either index.htm or index.html.
    6. When you link to a page within the site, simply use the file name – for example, “saluda.html” – rather than a full path name such as “c:/Web/include/saluda.html”.
The reason for this rule is that at the end of the contest, we may move the files to a different directory, and if used full path names, the links won't work.
    1. A web site's text must be written by team members. If members quote or paraphrase information from another source, please site that source ... and, if possible, link to it.
    2. Provide correct widths and heights for all images. This will help the pages display faster.
    3. The color of the text should differ considerably from the background color. Otherwise, it will be difficult for people to read the text.
    4. Do not put any advertisements on the pages.
    5. We discourage the use of frames because they make pages difficult to print, and many search engines don't index framed pages. We want people to find the site!
    6. We also discourage the use of video files, Flash, and continuous animation (two-cycle animation is OK). They may be cool, but they cause web pages to display slowly, and they're not what most Internet users care about. Most people just want good information they can find quickly.
    7. Please do not create links that open new browser windows. This often confuses people because they can't return to where they were by clicking their browser's Back button.
    8. People who look at the pages at 800x600 screen resolution must be able to fully view them without having to scroll horizontally. (800x600 is the resolution used by more than half of visitors, and it is the resolution that contest judges will use when they evaluate your site.)
    9. A site may include a credits page that identifies the members of the team who developed the site as well as their branch and adviser. This page may include pictures of team members and advisers, and there should be a link to it on the site's home page.
    10. Before finishing the final version of the site, double-check for spelling and grammatical errors ... make sure all links work ... and delete all files decided not to use.
Judging Criteria

            Overall Visual Appeal (30%)
Does the website look good? Does it draw one in and does it stand out from the crowd.
Presentation will be judged not on its originality but on how well it "works" with the content to provide the user with a pleasant viewing experience. Use of good presentation elements, such as color, fonts, tables, etc., can enhance raw information on a Web site. Overuse of these elements (or improper use of elements, such as blink) can result in a Web site being an eyesore. Presentation reflects your style!
Graphics should be relative to the page and text. Header, footer, and other navigation images should be small. Typically, high quality images (large files) for icons are not required. Unless the image is an important part of the page, you may wish to keep the image at a small size and allow the user to select it as they desire.
Judging of visual appeal will be done in different web browsers.
            Fit for the Purpose (20%)
Is the Website fit for its purpose… for example if it is an ecommerce store does it do this correctly, if it initiates contact does it do this sufficiently well.

            Easy to Navigate (20%)
Is the Website easy to get around or is it hard to find the information you want?
All links should be up-to-date and working. No "under construction" links should be present.
One large page is generally not easy to read and may also take a significant amount of time to load. Breaking the page into a multitude of smaller pages may require significant effort to retrieve the desired information. Thus, the logical structure of the Web site can result in a pleasant experience or a frustrating experience using your Web site.
While many large sites have site maps, navigation bars, search engines, etc. to help the user find the appropriate information, it is by no means required. In fact, the use of these elements can backfire and create a Web site that is not visually pleasing or highly complex to use. Many Web sites do well enough without these aids.
Content (30%)
Is the content new, vibrant and suitable or is it old and stale?
The quality, depth, and accuracy of the information provided ... and the quality of original artwork and photography.
How well the text is written – good grammar and correct spelling and punctuation are essential.

Overall Score
This is the combined overall score; a website must achieve a certain overall score to be awarded the Coolest AIE Website Award.

Note: all documents, data and finish product from the competition is deemed      owned and be kept under the custody of AIE College only…

For inquiries, I can always be reach at my mobile no. 63915-287-6739 or at my facebook account

Prepared By:

Committee for website design contest


AIE GOT TALENT! – Singing Competition

ENTRIES FOR AIE GOT TALENT!                                                                                                                  
 Ramil Aguanta

Alvin John I. Deang
Arnel Pineda
Princess Kae Cruz
Stand up for love
Distiny’s Child
 Adrian Vincent Queyquep
 Kung akin ang mundo
 Eric  Santos
Racquel Dagdag
All coming back
Celion Dion

Jordan Saluta
Too Much love will kill you
Jovit Baldivino
Judiel Orallo
All by myself
Celine Dion
Carlene Garcia
Thanks to you
Tyler Collins
David John C. Gomez
Too Much love will kill you
Jovit Baldivino
Jesus Alberto
Spandau Ballet

Note: Deadline for submission of entries is on or before December 1, 2010.

AIE GOT TALENT MECHANICS                                                                 
  •  Participants must be a bonafide student of AIE College and should be officially enrolled this 2nd trimester 2010.
  • Certificate of Registration may be required for validation purposes.
  • Male or Female.
  • Open to all ages.                                                                   

  • Participants must prepare a singing piece for the elimination and final round.
  • Singing piece can either be English or Tagalog at any genre, but must not contain any subliminal, sexually suggestive or vulgar lyrics. Non-compliance will be grounds for disqualification.
  • Important: Participants must submit there minus one in audio CD format, plus a back up copy on USB to Ms. Jhen Vez on or before December 09, 2010.
    • CD labels must include the following:
      • Name of Campus
      • Name of Participant
      • Track no. and song title of the singing piece for the elimination round 
      • Track no. and song title of the singing piece for the final round
  • Attire must be appropriate for the competition.
  • Contestant must be present at least one hour before the competition. Failure to comply might lead to point deduction or default.
  • No musical instruments such as guitar, etc should be used.  Only minus one is accepted. This is to audibly hear the vocals of the participant for the judges’ convenience.
  • Guidelines for Elimination Round:                                                                   
         Schedule: December 09, 2010
         Time: 1pm
         Only three (3) contestants will be chosen to move forward for the final round.
  • Guidelines for Final Round:
         Schedule: December 09, 2010
         Time: 7pm
         Scores in the elimination round will bear no significance for the final round (Back to  Zero Basis).
         Change of singing piece is NOT ALLOWED.

  • Criteria for judging are as follows:                    
Voice quality & Stylistics      -           40%
Interpretation & timing        -           30%
Stage Performance                 -           20%
Overall impact                          -           10%
Total                                           =          100%
            Note: Same criteria will be applied both for the elimination and final round.
For inquiries please email or facebook me at:

“Faith and joy are the ascensive forces of a song.”
~Edmund Clarence Stedman
God Bless!!! 

Prepared By:

AIE Got Talent Committee