AIR Link International Aviation College Phoenix formalized its entry into the Inter-Scholastic Athletic Association for its 11th season, the school announced on Friday.
ALIAC will be the 12th member of the growing ISAA, which is set to open in September at the Mall of Asia Arena Pasay.
The Phoenix will be joining FEATI, Immaculada Conception, La Consolacion College, Manila Adventist, Tytana Colleges, Patts, Philippine Women’s University, St. Dominic College Of asia, Taguig University, Treston and Trinity University of Asia to complete the 12 schools competing for the ultimate prize this season.
ISAA president Ruel dela Rosa welcomed ALIAC to their ever-growing family.
“On behalf of the board and members of the ISAA, it is with pride and with heartfelt gratitude that we welcome ALIAC in the ISAA,” said Dela Rosa.
“I am very overwhelmed by the aspirations and expectations of the ALIAC with regard to the ISAA,” he added. “I hope that we will not fail you as well.”
ALIAC vows to exceed expectations as it looks to make an immediate impact in the bustling league.
“We encourage our bright athletes to exude qualities of a sportsman and the spirit of fair play as they display their athletic skills in the arena of friendly competition,” said ALIAC President and CEO Atty. Gomeriano Amurao.
“Hopefully we’ll be deserving of ISAA’s thrust and support not only today but in the years to come,” he added. “We are praying that ISAA’s thrive increase and the ‘aliyah’ spirit run deep in the hearts of the ALIAC community.”
The ALIAC takes pride in being the very first institution recognized by the Commission on Higher Education to offer various aviation-related programs.
The college has been one of the major partners of the government in keeping the aviation industry on its peak by producing quality graduates who now serve as a responsible human resource of major airlines in the country.
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