"This journey and I had a love-hate relationship; it was never easy." -Vivoree
Vivoree is officially done with her secondary education.
An online graduation rites was held on weekend by the Catholic Filipino Academy (CFA), where she enrolled for a homeschool program.
What made it more special is that Vivoree graduated with awards — a character award for generosity and an academic award for Philippine Politics and Governance.
In an Instagram post, she shared that her high-school experience was not an easy journey.
"This journey and I had a love-hate relationship; it was never easy. With all the other things I did for my career habang hinahabol ‘yung deadline sa homework, natutulala na lang ako minsan sa kakaisip kung ano ba ang uunahin ko. Napa ‘ayoko na’ at ‘bahala na’ na lang ako. Hindi ko naman akalaing malalagpasan ko rin pala ‘to," she said in the caption.
Honoring her family, friends, teachers, and other people close to her, Vivoree said she "honestly would never have made it if it weren’t for the people who helped me throughout the school years."
"Naiyak ako nung tinawag pangalan ko kasi ang hirap para sa’kin emotionally at mentally ‘yung napagdaanan ko, hindi kahanga-hanga ‘yung pagiging unmotivated ko minsan, at pakiramdam ko, ‘ hindi ko naman siguro deserve ‘to’. Naisip ko na lang na para sa mga taong tumulong sakin ang success na ‘to," Vivoree also shared. "Tsaka syempre kasabay na dun ‘yung laking pasasalamat ko kay Lord kasi hindi Nya talaga ako pinabayaan."
"Alam ko namang hindi pa dito nagtatapos ang kalbaryo kasi may college life pa pero gusto ko lang ibahagi sa inyo ‘to para malaman ninyo na hindi kayo nag-iisa," she added.