We help nurture the brilliant futures of our youth by creating shared learning and social development programs and providing access to quality education through funding scholarship programs.
As a response to the call to live a life of service to others, the AHS 1998 Alumni Association was formed by an entire batch of Ateneo de Manila High School graduates who wish to exemplify the spirit of generosity in their own circles of life.
By creating avenues to raise scholarship funds, from events to community collaborations, the AHS 1998 Alumni Association aims to contribute to the development of our societies by providing access to quality education to deserving students. With the help of donors, volunteers and of course, members of the AHS 98 Alumni Association, we hope make this mission possible.
Our foundation will also provide for the retirement of teachers, mentors, most of whom have shaped us to become who we are today. Through this, we not only build a culture of generosity amongst our community, but also of utmost gratitude.
The AHS 1998 Alumni Association accepts not just monetary, but more importantly, voluntary support, by sharing our resources and skills, to make our fundraising efforts meaningful, memorable and more powerful.
We are the AHS 1998 Alumni Association, answering the call to help nurture the brilliant futures of our youth by empowering scholarship programs.
Ways to Help
Peach Blossoms Singapore Fundraising Dinner at Cafe Aurora
The AHS 1998 Alumni Association, in cooperation with Asian Culinary Exchange and the Singapore Tourism Board, concluded a fully-booked fundraising dinner last July 22 at Cafe Aurora in Makati City. The exclusive culinary event featured a special menu by Peach Blossoms, an award-winning Cantonese restaurant in Singapore.
Ateneo High School Batch 1998 Begins Its Journey Home to the Ateneo De Manila
The Ateneo de Manila High School Batch 1998 came together for a night of camaraderie and generosity at Tipsy Pig Morato, to form the AHS 98 Alumni Association. Atty. Nikko Bondoc revealed the Grand Ateneo de Manila Homecoming Day logo and theme, Lipad, which signifies the journey of coming back home to their alma mater. Each section or class of the said Alumni batch was well represented.
The Grand Ateneo de Manila Homecoming is an annual event, organized by the Silver Jubilarian batch of the Ateneo de Manila High School. The event aims to bring together all Ateneo de Manila Alumni in one massive event to celebrate and reminisce their time spent in their alma mater.
The event also aims to raise funds for the Silver Jubilarian batch’s chosen beneficiaries, which include the Order of the Blue Eagles and the Retirement Fund of Ateneo de Manila teachers and professors.
The Grand Ateneo de Manila Homecoming Day coincides with the 50th anniversary of the term Persons-for-Others, which is rooted in the Ignatian values that the Jesuits have passed on to all Ateneo Alumni.
Let’s Golf Pare Supports the AHS 1998 Alumni Association
AHS 1998 Alumni Association Launched Online
The AHS 98 Alumni Association formally launched to its members in a virtual Town Hall event last July 11, 2023. The event was hosted by Ambross Sumaylo, a recent graduate of the Ateneo de Manila University under the Order of the Blue Eagles scholarship program and RJ Samson, committee head for Events and Programs of the Grand Ateneo Alumni Homecoming Day.
Guest speakers included Atty. Nikko Bondoc, Chairman of the AHS 98 Alumni Association, Pinky Escarez, retired teacher, counselor and administrator at the Ateneo de Manila High School and Jennifer Louise Delos Santos, current scholar under the Order of the Blue Eagles.
The speakers raised awareness of the challenges scholars and retired teachers face in this post-pandemic era. They also echoed the call to support the AHS 1998 Alumni Association’s initiatives. Atty. Bondoc called on the members of the association to pledge their support by contributing to the fund and volunteering to organize fundraising and promote its events and activities.
AHS 98 Alumni Association Holds Private Screening of Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One
The AHS 98 Alumni Association held a successful private screening of Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One at the SM Mall of Asia IMAX Theater last July 15, making the event the biggest movie fundraiser event yet.
Several members of the AHS 98 Alumni Association attended along with their families and friends. Organized by AHS ’98 Section C, the movie screening came after the launch, which is the main beneficiary to the event.
The AHS 1998 Alumni Association aims to make quality Atenean education accessible to all by funding empowering and transformative scholarship programs. The foundation also aims to support retired teachers of the academic institution.