Senior High School students highlighted fitness and Filipino culture through traditional and modern dances in the first-ever Physical Education Culminating Day program held at the CVCITC Function Hall on September 27, 2019. To ignite students’ enthusiasm and determination, the program was arranged as a competition of different sections of the same grade level. Grade 12 students showcased their skills and knowledge in dancing different Filipino folkdances namely, Singkil, Karatong Subli, Gaway-Gaway and Tinikling. Meanwhile, Grade 11 students displayed their creativity in their self-choreographed Zumba routine. Proving they are not only logico-mathematically intelligent but also bodily-kinesthetically adept, STEM11-Mapanuri and STEM12-Commitment were adjudged as champions of Zumba and Folkdance competitions, respectively. Bannering the theme: “Zumba and folkdance towards embracing Filipino Culture”, Regie Cariño, PE teacher, organized the event to culminate his 20-hour Physical Education course as students applied their learning gains thru performance arts. “Thank you so much for their [students] cooperation to this much awaited event PE culminating day and it is such an honor and great opportunity for students to share their hidden talents thru dance,” Cariño said. Students narrated how they prepared for the event from daily practices to struggles with budget and time management. “Ayaw ni sir na ni-la-“lang” namin ang PE kaya nag-effort talaga kami para sa performance namin,” said one ABM-11 student. The board of judges was composed of the following evaluators: 1) Jonathan Gamet, Senior High School teacher at Cabarroguis National School of Arts & Trades; 2) Vins Victor Ronquillo, Adviser of a school-based socio-cultural group at Saint Mary’s Academy of Diffun; 3) Jackielyn Lacebal, Media and Information Literacy Teacher; and 4) Jhozen Joy Dappanan, former CVCITC SHS Faculty member