St. Theresa's College(STC): Parents violates Republic Act No. 7610 or Anti Child Abuse Law
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St. Theresa's College(STC): Parents violates Republic Act No. 7610 or Anti Child Abuse Law

Cebu : Philippines | May 06, 2012 at 10:22 PM PDT
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St. Theresa's College(STC) an all female Catholic school in Cebu City goes controversial at the end of first quarter this year. The school prohibits the graduating student to attend their graduation rites after the school administration found out that the student posted photos of Facebook wearing bikini.

According to the STC, it is clearly written on the school policies that the student failed to follow. The parents of the student asks the Cebu City Court to take action for not allowing their daughter to attend the graduation ceremony. Amidst the court ordered the STC to let the student attend her grduation rites the school is firm on their decision.

This time STC fires back the parents as they sued the parents for violating Republic Act No. 7610 or known as the Anti-Child Abuse Law. The says the parents failed in supervising their children thus violation the country’s anti-child abuse law. They failed in their duties as parents in supervising their children from engaging in immoral acts, such as posing for pictures in bikinis and posting these on Facebook.

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