Congratulations, Nadya, you really sealed
that fifth place. There’s still next year. That’s okay. It’s time for the second honors. Come on, Maureen,
as if they’re going to call you. We’ll never know. The second-highest GPA
of 97.3 belongs to Miss… …Margaret Mondragon-Bartolome. Wow! No. No. No. – Come, Marga, let’s go.
– No, no, Daddy. – Let’s go. Come on.
– I don’t want to, Dad. No, no. Again, may we call on
Miss Margaret Bartolome to please come onstage for
your medal and certificate. – I don’t want to accept that.
– Come on, please, let’s go. – I don’t want to.
– Come on. Daddy. – Dad, no, I don’t want to.
– It’s okay, it’s okay. It’s okay. It’s okay. It’s a wonderful moment. Why is she so upset? – Congratulations.
– Congratulations. You deserve it, okay? Daddy, let’s go. And now, the Maxwell Prime 2019, with the highest
grade point average of 97.4, is Miss Cassandra
Andrada-Mondragon. Let’s go. Yes! Well, now, congratulations. – Thank you. Thank you.
– Welcome. You deserve it. – Yeah.
– Congratulations. Thank you! – Thank you. Thank you.
– Thank you. – She deserves this.
– Thank you. Thank you. Cassie, congratulations! Congratulations! I’m glad you were able
to make it, Mama. I wouldn’t miss it
for the world, dear. This is so nice! I bet this is real gold. You’re so brilliant,
my dear niece. You’re just like me. Really? Like you?
Not like Romina? Congratulations, dear. All your hard work
has finally paid off. Thank you, Nanny Esther. Ma… Why are you crying? Don’t mind me, dear. I’ just really happy for you. I also remembered your father. If he were still alive today, I’m sure he’d be
very happy for you. He would’ve been
very proud of you, Cassie. Stop crying now, Mama. I’m sure that Daddy’s
always watching over us. I bet he’s looking down
on us right now. That award I just won, Mama… I dedicate it to
you and Daddy. I love you so much, Mama. Excuse me, Mama.
I just need to talk to someone. Oh, sure. Go, dear.