• ROGER D. BELTRAN
In just a span of a short period of time, the PowerHouse School of Talents has been recognized for its commitment to nurturing young minds and empowering students to reach their full potential.
The PowerHouse School of Talents, the province’s first personality development school for beauty queens, presented its recent recital at Robinsons Place-Bacolod, where a group of exceptional girls from the school took to the stage.
The third performance focused on diversity and their fight for women’s emancipation. Their performance, “Enfold,” celebrated female authenticity.
Twenty-two students participated in the event, namely, Cyrielle Samonte, Cassandra Reolo, Kiara Delmo, Eunice Reolo, Jaiane Villacuatro, Daenerys Jimenez, Zxamientha Poloyapoy, Jasiane Villacuatro, Yazmin Llegue, Bryanna Fernandez;
Mia Franco, Marace Salo, Crizwin Española, Tisha Espeleta, Jashel Dawa, Allona Nejar, Tracy Uhlmann, Julianah Makilan, Carvi Lacson, Ashley Cañete, Jada Celeste and Yvette Guinanao.
Its season title holders Ina Marie Hengelmolen, Lin-ay sang Negros Top 10 finalist, and Ma. Xenia Angela Guanco, Lin-ay sang Negros third runner-up, hosted the event.
The PowerHouse School of Talents’ recital on personality development provided a transformative experience for the girls involved. Through self-expression, confidence-building, emotional intelligence development, and collaboration, the girls were empowered to embrace their unique personalities and unlock their potential.
The recital served as a stepping stone towards personal growth, fostering a sense of self-awareness, confidence, and effective communication skills. By nurturing these vital attributes, the PowerHouse School of Talents has equipped the girls with the tools they need to navigate the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.*