Crysthia Lorcyl A. Sistoso of MVC Valencia City Topped Nursing Exam

Bringing pride and joy to Valencia City, Crysthia Lorcyl A. Sistoso ranked second place during the Nursing Licensure Exam last November 29-30, 2015. Garnering an average score of 86.00%, Sistoso soared high with flying colors together with the other 4 nurses from Mountain View College in Valencia City as the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces the complete list of passers for November 2015 Nursing (NLE) Licensure Examination.

Born as the second child among three siblings, Crysthia Lorcyl or “Lilor “ as fondly called by her family and friends was born on February 26, 1995 at Madonna Hospital in Cagayan de Oro City . Her proud parents, Crisostomo Sistoso and Lynde Lou Araniego were blessed to have her for she was already an achiever at an early age.

At 5 years old, she graduated first honor during her kindergarten years at First Fruits Christian Academy and at the age of 10 years old, she graduated salutatorian at Little Lamb Learning School last March 2006.

During her high school years, she was consistently on the principal’s list and she victoriously graduated as class valedictorian at Mountain View College last March 2010.

She then took up BS Nursing at Mountain View College and from her 1st to 4th year, she is a consistent dean’s lister and finally on March 2015, she graduated Cum Laude.

As a kid, her mother recalls that Lilor is a sweet and loving child and she is always around to help the household chores together with her siblings Chryselle Louisse and Clint Phillip. She is also supportive and close to her parents. During her idle times, she would snuggle up in her bed and devour her favorite books and paperback romances.

Aside from being a bookworm and a health buff, her hobbies include cooking, baking, and singing as she is also a member of MVC’s Advent Philomels.

According to her dad Crisostomo, Lilor is strongly attached to him as she is branded as the “daddy’s girl.” Her dad also recalls that she is God-fearing and every night she would read her Bible before going to bed.

“As parents, we tried our best to raise our children according to God’s ways and we always rely on the Bible while inculcating Proverbs 22:6 that we should train our kids according to His plans,” Mr. Sistoso added.