The Kuya/Ate and Ading program is similar to a mentoring program within the Barkada club. Kuya means older brother and ate means older sister in Tagalog. Ading means younger sibling in Ilocano. These kuyas and ates are the older or more experienced students that help the adings feel comfortable and feel a sense of belonging through the school and the club.
Throughout the year, we have many Kuya/Ate and Ading events to bring the families together, making this a fun and exciting experience.
If you’re interested in becoming a kuya, ate, or ading, please fill out a copy of the form provided below. Please contact Kyle Balmonte, our academics chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
KAA Form: https://forms.gle/2gttikh3CC9k2Csw9
**You must be a member (filled out a membership form) and have paid the $5 KAA fee in order to sign up for this program.