School in La Union Allegedly Prohibits Student to March on Stage Due to Unpaid Fees



School in La Union Allegedly Prohibits Male Student to March During Graduation Due to Unpaid Fees

HEARTBREAKING GRADUATION – A male student has expressed his dismay after his school did not allow him to march during graduation due to unpaid fees.

A netizen named Celene Rosaldo has brought her disappointment to social media after her brother John Marcelino Rosaldo’s graduation was spoiled due to unprocessed graduation fees.

According to Celene, her brother has been prohibited from marching on stage and receiving his diploma during the commencement rites of Lorma Colleges La Union. The school personnel allegedly pulled out the graduand from the lineup.

The disappointed student also posted a photo of himself with the caption “Di naman masaket, bawi na lang next life.”

Rosaldo’s mom got disappointed due to the school’s treatment of her son. The school employees prevented her son from receiving his diploma on stage together with other graduands.

‘Ang pinaka-masakit po dun ay yung hitsura ng nanay ko po na kitang-kita niya na yung anak niya na pinull out sa line papuntang stage upang i-receive sana yung diploma,’ Celene said.

After the graduation ceremony, John Marcelino just hold a rolled-up piece of paper for the photo together with his family.

Meanwhile, the netizens lambasted the school’s actions and lack of portion. The online community also expressed their sympathy towards the latter.

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

What is graduation?

Graduation is the awarding of a diploma to a student by an educational institution. It may also refer to the ceremony that is associated with it. The date of the graduation ceremony is often called graduation day. The graduation ceremony is also sometimes called commencement exercises.

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