Ranidel Rozal de Ocampo is a professional basketball for the Meralco Bolts of the Philippine Basketball Association. He is the younger brother of Yancy de Ocampo. Both played together with Talk'N Text, he is a five-time National Team member. De Ocampo started playing organized basketball at the Saint Francis of Assisi College System Doves together with his brother, Yancy; the De Ocampo brothers led the varsity squad to several NCRAA titles. Upon the exit of the older De Ocampo, the Doves was still dominating the league with him alongside Ervin Sotto and Al Vergara. Thus, he led the squad into several statistical categories such as rebounding, he won four NCRAA MVP plums making him arguably the finest player in the history of the NCRAA. In 2004, after a celebrated collegiate career at St. Francis, De Ocampo decided to turn pro and enter the PBA draft, he was selected by the FedEx Express as the fourth overall pick, having selected ahead of higher profile players such as classy UE point guard Paul Artadi, multi-titled PBL veteran Gary David and former Ateneo Blue Eagles star Wesley Gonzales.
During his rookie year, he played alongside his brother Yancy. He played in a total of 59 games and averaged decent rookie numbers of 7.5 points and 4.6 rebounds while playing a little over 21 minutes of action per game. After a so-so performance in his first year, he made an impact in the 2005–06 season by improving his rookie numbers of 7.5 points per game to 13.3 in his sophomore year in 37 of 51 games played. He registered 6.7 rebounds and 2.4 assists in that year. In 2008, de Ocampo was again included in the RP Training Pool, his second stint, assembled by the PBA under Coach Yeng Guiao. In the middle of the 2008–09 PBA Philippine Cup, he was traded to the Talk'N Text Tropang Texters for veteran Don Allado, his all-around play helped them beat the Alaska Aces in that conference's finals series, 4-3, earning him his first PBA title. In 2015, de Ocampo led the Texters to the 2015 PBA Commissioner's Cup championship, winning a seven-game series against Rain or Shine Elasto Painters. On April 29, 2015, de Ocampo was named as the Finals MVP.
During the series, he averaged 24.3 points and 6.6 rebounds and as well as shooting at an impressive 40% from the three-point area over the course of seven games. In September 11, 2017, de Ocampo was dealt to the Meralco Bolts along with KaTropa's 2019 second round pick for Justin Chua and Norbert Torres in a three-team trade with Phoenix and Meralco, he was included in the Gilas Pilipinas roster that placed second in the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship held in Manila and earned a ticket to compete in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup. De Ocampo buried a crucial three point field goal late in the fourth quarter which secured Gilas a slot in the 2014 World Cup. In July 2016, de Ocampo announced his retirement from international basketball following the Gilas' loss to the New Zealand men's national basketball team that ended their bid to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Correct as of October 3, 2016 6-time PBA champion 2-time PBA Finals MVP 5-time National Team member 2004–05 PBA All-Rookie Team 2000 PBL Chairman's New Top Comer 2002 PBL Mythical Team Member of eight-time NCRAA champions Saint Francis of Assisi College System 4-time NCRAA MVP
Bartley Secondary School is a co-educational secondary school in Bartley district of Toa Payoh, Singapore along Jalan Bunga Rampai. The nearest MRT is located near the back gate of the school, Bartley station; the school was founded on 18 February 1952 with Mr Chua Leong Hean as the first principal and an enrolment of 81 boys and 10 girls. In 1955 the science laboratories, school hall and tuck shop were built. In 1956, the female population of Bartley was transferred to the newly completed Cedar Girls' Secondary School; the school became a boys' school in the secondary section. Post-secondary classes were started in the same year, female students were admitted to that level; the school pioneered the National Police Cadet Corps with the first unit being established in 1959. In 1992 the school moved to the former Mt. Vernon Secondary School premises while a new school was built. In 1995 Bartley moved to new premises at 10 Jalan Bunga Rampai, began admitted girls at secondary level again that year.
Pre-university classes were phased out from the school in 1996. The school was upgraded under the PRIME scheme in its present site from 2003 to 2005; the new school had facilities such as a dental clinic, a new school hall, additional classrooms and a library with a cafe. The school was banded for the first time in MOE's annual school ranking exercise in 2009; the school attributed this success to a lower student-teacher ratio. In 2010, the school received the MOE Master Plan Award 2010, Band 9 in Express and Band 5 in Normal Academic Course; the school achieved SAA for Academic, SAA for Uniformed Group and SAA for Aesthetics. In 2011, the class, 2E2, was the winner for the Teachers' Day Dedication on 5, which dedication messages was showcased on the Channel 5 Television Show, The Noose on 1 September 2011; the dedication was filmed with Andre Chichak at Bartley Secondary School. In 2012, air-conditioners were installed in the classrooms of 8 graduating classes. In 2014, it was announced that Bartley Secondary School would absorb First Toa Payoh Secondary School, in order to ensure a sufficiently large student population and modern infrastructure.
A school with a rich history, First Toa Payoh Secondary School when founded in 1968 was the first secondary school to cater to the population of Singapore's second satellite town of Toa Payoh. The schools were merged at the beginning of the 2016 school year and in order to ensure the students were acquainted with each other, a lesson on the history of both schools and icebreakers were conducted. An exhibition space dedicated to First Toa Payoh Secondary's achievements and heritage was set up. Being an integrated secondary school, Bartley Secondary School offers three academic streams, namely the four-year Express course, as well as the Normal Course, comprising Normal and Normal academic tracks; the Express Course is a nationwide four-year programme that leads up to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level examination. The Normal Course is a nationwide 4-year programme leading to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Normal Level examination, which runs either the Normal curriculum or Normal curriculum, abbreviated as N and N respectively.
In the Normal course, students offer 5-8 subjects in the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Normal Level examination. Compulsory subjects include: English Language Mother Tongue Language Mathematics Combined HumanitiesA 5th year leading to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level examination is available to N students who perform well in their Singapore-Cambridge GCE Normal Level examination. Students can move from one course to another based on their performance and the assessment of the school principal and teachers; the Normal course prepares students for a technical-vocational education at the Institute of Technical Education. Students will offer 5-7 subjects in the Singapore-Cambridge GCE Normal Level examination; the curriculum is tailored towards strengthening students' proficiency in Mathematics. Students take English Language, Basic Mother Tongue and Computer Applications as compulsory subjects. One of the stronger areas of Bartley Secondary School is the Student Leadership Development Programme and the CCA Programme.
The school has the Student Council Board, Class Committee Council and Co-curricular Activity Leaders. Each of these group of Student Leaders receive training and development through their stint of duties and responsibilities in their respective areas; the annual Combined Student Leadership Camp was started in 2006. In June and November, the top two or three student leaders from every CCA come together to learn and grow together as part of their leadership training; the Combined Student Leaders Investiture was conceptualized from 2007 and it remains a highlight in the School Calendar. Mr Hri Kumar Nair and Member of Parliament representing the Bishan–Toa Payoh GRC. Mr Wong Shoon Keat, 1983 Southeast Asian Games Badminton men's singles gold medallist. Maliki Osman, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mayor of the South East District. Kwong Weng Yap, Chief Executive Officer, Leap Group and Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum. Mr Chen Yuen Cheong Albert, - Parade Regimental Sergeant Major in National Day Parade 2010 @Padang - Singapore 45th Birthday Celebration.
Ms Shirley Ng, first female Red Lion parachutist to jump at the National Day Parade in 2014. Chandra Das: Member of Parliame
Bernhard Schweitzer was a German classical archeologist. From 1911-1917, he studied classical philology in Heidelberg and Berlin, he received his doctorate in 1917 in Heidelberg under Friedrich von Duhn with a thesis on "Studies on the chronology of the geometric styles in Greece I". In 1921, Bernhard Schweitzer in 1925 became a professor, he succeeded Herbert Koch in Leipzig. In November 1933, he was one of the signers of the Confession of Professors at German universities and colleges to Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist state. Schweitzer was not a member of the Nazi party, but only joined its affiliated social welfare organization, the National Socialist People's Welfare, in 1937. In 1945, he became the first rector of the University of Leipzig to the end of the war. In 1948, he was the successor of Carl Watzinger at Tübingen, where he retired in 1960. Herakles. Aufsätze zur griechischen Religions- und Sagengeschichte Der bildende Künstler und der Begriff des Künstlerischen in der Antike Xenokrates von Athen.
Beiträge zur Geschichte der antiken Kunstforschung und Kunstanschauung Studien zur Entstehung des Porträts bei den Griechen Das Menschenbild der griechischen Plastik Die Bildniskunst der römischen Republik Die geometrische Kunst Griechenlands. Frühe Formenwelt im Zeitalter Homers Zur Kunst der Antike I-II. Ausgewählte Schriften Werner Fuchs: Bernhard Schweitzer 1892–1966. In: Reinhard Lullies/ Wolfgang Schiering Archäologenbildnisse. Porträts und Kurzbiographien von Klassischen Archäologen deutscher Sprache. Von Zabern, Mainz 1988, S. 258–259, ISBN 3-8053-0971-6. Ulrich Hausmann: Bernhard Schweitzer †. In: Gnomon 38, S. 844–847. Stefanie Müller: Schweitzer, Wer war wer in der DDR? 5. Ausgabe. Band 2, Ch. Links, Berlin 2010, ISBN 978-3-86153-561-4. Hanna Philipp, Ingeborg Scheibler, "Schweitzer, Heinrich Eduard Stephan Bernhard Robert", Neue Deutsche Biographie, 24, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 58–59. Welsh: Entnazifizierung und Wiedereröffnung der Universität Leipzig 1945-1946. Ein Bericht des damaligen Rektors Professor Bernhard Schweitzer, In: Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Jahrgang 33, 1985, Heft 2, S. 339-372.
Literature by and about Bernhard Schweitzer in the German National Library catalogue Schweitzer auf der Webseite des Instituts für klassische Archäologie der Universität Leipzig Bernhard Schweitzer im Professorenkatalog der Universität Leipzig