Per Aasness was a Norwegian military officer and politician for the Liberal Party. He was born at Flaen in Hurdal as a son of farmer and forest owner Carelius Pedersen Aasness and Johanne Amalie Simensen, he took commerce school and petty officer's school at Oscarsborg Fortress in 1896. He took over the family farm Søndre Åsnes in Åsnes in 1905, in 1930 he was hired as district manager for Glommens Tømmermåling, with residence in Skarnes, he had been a supervisory council member of Glommens Tømmermåling from 1918 to 1923, board member. In the military he advanced in the ranks via sergeant in 1897, furer in 1902, commander sergeant in 1903, stykkjunker in 1912 and captain in the artillery from 1930 to 1935, he was a leader and from 1938 an honorary member of Oscarsborg Befalslag. He is listed as having had "almost all municipal posts" in Åsnes, was a member of the municipal council from 1904 to 1922, he served the last three years as mayor. He fielded as the Liberal Party candidate in several parliamentary elections, the first time in 1915.
He lost to Labour's Ivar Hvamstad with 1,898 to 3,679 votes, although Aasness edged out the Conservative candidate R. Jahr who tallied 1,385 votes. In 1918, he ran against the former deputy of Halvdan Aarsrud. Aarsrud prevailed with 3,952 votes against 1,637 for 1,623 for Agrarian T. Gjølstad. By 1921, plural-member constituencies had been instituted and Aasness was nominated as the Liberal ballot's second candidate in Hedmark, only behind MP Johannes Johnsen Grue. Grue was elected, Aasness served as his deputy. Aasness most met in Parliament during 1923. In 1924 Grue was nominated for re-election, heading the ballot ahead of Thore Myrvang and Aasness, but the ballot did not prevail this time. From 1923 to 1930 Aasness was a member of the county tax board in Hedmark and the supervisory committee for the Trunk Line, the Kongsvinger Line and the Solør Line, he was engaged in local sports, was the manager of the deaneries of Solør. In 1942, during the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, he was relieved of this position by the Nazi authorities.
The St. Scholastica's Academy or "St. Scho" is a private school run by the Benedictine Sisters in the Philippines. St. Scholastica's Academy of Pampanga is the third Benedictine school established in the Philippines. Known as the Assumption Academy, it was established in June 1925 in the house of the Singian family; the high school department was added in school year 1926-27. In March 1930, the first secondary graduates of the Assumption Academy were presented; the Alumni/Alumnae and present students of this school include sons/daughters and granddaughters/son of businessmen and prominent figures in Pampanga. Due to the large number of enrollees, the zeal of its biggest benefactor, Monsignor Prudencio David, the school was relocated to its second site in 1931, ownership of the school was passed on to the Benedictine Sisters in 1938. With the outbreak of World War II, the building was used as a military hospital. In 1966, the school was renamed St. Scholastica's Academy of Pampanga; the school was transferred to a bigger site in 1972.
This school is for girls only but, due to the clamor of the parents of the female students, now, St. Scholastica's Academy is accepting boys but only for grade school. Though the school has plans on removing its girls-exclusive title and accepting boys in high school, but this is yet to be decided and as of now, a survey was conducted among the grade school boys if they want to continue in St. Scholastica's Academy their the high school studies. In 1972 as a solution, the High School Department was transferred to the wide barren grounds in Cer-Hil, five kilometers from the town proper; the previous match-like edifice has been expanded into an F-shaped building that houses the whole High School Department. A covered court with a stage, eating sheds, another building to house the Grade School Department and covered walks have been added through the combined efforts of the students, the alumnae, the PTA and the administration. On July 11, 1987, a building for the whole Grade School Department was blessed.
The preschool was transferred to a new building in 2001. The school has been renovated and the before F- shaped building of the high school department is now an E-shaped building to provide more classrooms for the students and on 2017 a new building was established to provide more rooms for the first batch of Grade 12 students. Beset by continuing threat of natural calamities prompted by the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991, SSA-SF was challenged to strengthen/further its social orientation through various curricular processes and continuing community involvement projects and activities. In 1992, it opened its door and provided temporary office for the Social Action Center of Pampanga and in 1994, it housed the lahar victims coming from various towns of Pampanga; the year after, SSA-SF shared its campus with Don Bosco Academy, the school, buried in lahar. SSA-SF suffered a tremendous drop in its enrollment in 1996 due to the devastation of lahar, but was able to recover the next year. Through all of these, SSA-SF continued its quest for excellence that in 1991, the High School Department was accredited by PAASCU and the Grade School Department in 2000 and 2014.
Grade school The grade school's sections are named as follows: 1st Grade: St. Agatha, St. Anne, St. Claire, St. Monica, St. Martha, St. Agnes, St. Cecilia 2nd Grade: St. Peter, St. John, St. Mark, St. Matthew, St. Thomas, St. Andrew, St. Paul 3rd Grade: St. Benedict, St. Joseph, St. Ignatius, St. Francis, St. Therese, St. Scholastica 4th Grade: St. Boniface, St. Chrysostom, St. Bernard, St. Hilda, St. Odo, St. Placid, St. Maurus 5th Grade: St. Camillus, St. Cyril, St. Celestine, St. Cyprian, St. Ireneaus, St. Clement, St. Otilia 6th Grade: St. Lorenzo, St. Stephen, St. Gertrude, St. Augustine, St. Vincent, St. Lucy, St. AnthonyHigh school The high school's sections are named as follows: 7th Grade: Women in the Bible 8th Grade: Young Women Saints 9th Grade: Titles of Mary 10th Grade: Great Benedictine Women 11th Grade: STEM, ABM, GAS 12th Grade: St. Amalberga, St. Ehrentrundis, St. Hildegundis, St. Martha and St. MonicaDue to the short number of 8th grade students in the school year 2015–2016, the number of 8th grade sections were reduced to 6.
In the school year 2017–2018, St. Elizabeth was removed due to depleted number of students in Grade 11 and only St. Amalberga is the pure STEM stranded section while the other four sections in Grade 12 are mixed STEM and ABM sections. In the school year 2016–2017, the school planned to expand its offered tracks in senior high school in the proceeding school year and as promised, for the next school year, General Academics and Humanities and Social Sciences are now added for the senior high school. Ora et Labora "Prayer and Work" SSA-SF is LEVEL 3 PAASCU-accredited and is one of the prominent and top academic institutions in the Philippines, it is a member of the Association of Benedictine Schools, the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools and Universities and Women's National Collegiate Association - Central Luzon Flag Ceremony and Morning Praise Prayer before and after Class Campus Security I. D. Gate Pass Attendance Daily Class Schedule St. Scholastica's Chapel Libraries Audio Visual Centers Science Laboratories (specifically Physics Laboratory, Chemistry Laborat