About John15.Rocks School Club
Our mission: To equip students with morals rooted in Filipino and Biblical values.
● Mutual Respect (Magalang)
● Etiquette (Delicadeza)
● Honesty (Katapatan)
● Courage (Tiyaga)
● Integrity (Palabra de honor)
● Cultural Patrimony (Makabayan)
● Personal Responsibility (Pananagutan)
The club officers include an elected President, Deputy VP, Treasurer, and Secretary. They are guided by the club Constitution and Bylaws and managed by the following overseers:
● School Club Adviser
● School Director (SD)
● Campus Missionary (CM)
● Life Coach Volunteer (LCV)
|Bear Fruit “FriYay”||Bear Fruit “Friyay” is an every-other-Friday activity for officers and members, together with the J15 Rocks Band.||To create a safe space for members who want to share burdens or solutions to challenges aligned with Filipino and Biblical values.|
|Songwriting Contest||Open to all members who want to explore their talent in writing music.||To encourage students to express themselves and promote Filipino values through music.|
Battle of the Bands
|For homegrown talents within the school in collaboration with J15 members and non-members.||To celebrate talents and inspire listeners to hold on to positive Pinoy values.|
|True Love Waits||A seminar that encourages abstinence until marriage, aligned with important personal values.||To promote purity and help students avoid the pitfalls of premarital sex and improper relationships.|
|Managing Emotions||A seminar that centers on overcoming negative emotions, anxiety, and chronic depression.||To impart critical emotional skills to cope with negative feelings and turn them into positive emotions.|
|Musikahan||A seminar that teaches the rudiments and psychology of music and how it affects the mind.||To help students avoid the negative impact of listening to certain songs.|
|BYBTS (Bring Your Bible To School)||A one-day activity in school that celebrates National Bible Month in accordance with Proclamation No. 124, s 2017.||To commemorate and celebrate the Judeo-Christian root of the country.|
The J15 Preamble
My duty to God is an inalienable right protected by the Constitution, grounded in the Mosaic law. Since the founding of our modern nation, the Judeo-Christian tradition has been the strong thread of the Filipino culture that wove our moral fabric, intrinsic values, and national consciousness.
The apostle John testified to Jesus as the true vine, and I, the branch who, by modeling His teachings to love others, can bear the fruit of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. We seek these fruits and dedicate to you this time and place; in your name, we pray.
Want to volunteer?
We are currently establishing the school club in selected areas, and we need volunteers. You can also help by sponsoring a school club program or activity. You can help through the following:
1. Pray for the ministry.
2. Volunteer online or on campus.
3. Donate any amount.