Ibinahagi ng Kapamilya teen actress na si Alexa Ilacad ang mga hirap na kanyang pinagdaanan mapagsabay lamang ang kanyang showbiz career at pag-aaral.

Sa napakahaba niyang Instagram post, isinalaysay ni Ilacad ang kanyang mga karanasan upang makapagtapos lamang sa senior high school.

“There were so many nights when I wanted to go crazy and give up. I’d come home drained from taping at 5 a.m. then head to class at 9 a.m. with my hair still curled, looking like a zombie and ending up frustrated because my brain couldn’t absorb anything even though I tried my hardest,” salaysay ni Ilacad.

“I’d come to school to take 4 exams (which I only reviewed for the night before) all in one day then rush to an event after. Most times I wouldn’t even be able to come to class AT ALL due to my schedules which made it feel impossible to submit requirements and pass,” dagdag pa niya.

Naluluha na lamang si Ilacad kapag pakiramdam niya ay pagod na pagod na siya lalo na’t kailangan niyang mag-cramming dahil sa pagpapasa ng mga school requirements na sumasabay sa hectic schedule niya sa taping.

“I would just cry buckets because I was so exhausted and I couldn’t handle the stress of cramming. I felt like such a failure and disappointment because I wasn’t able to reach the standards I set for myself at the beginning of senior-high,” aniya.

Naranasan din ni Ilacad na makaramdam ng mababang pagtingin sa sarili dahil pakiramdam niya ay hindi siya makasabay sa kanyang mga kamag-aral sa pag-abot sa itinakdang pamantayan ng paaralan.

Nagbunga naman ang pagtitiyaga at pagsusumikap ni Ilacad dahil nakapagtapos siya ng senior high school noong Sabado, May 12, 2018 sa Treston International College.

“This is a very proud moment for me because I thought I wouldn’t be able to make it,” pahayag ni Ilacad.

Si Ilacad ay katambal ni Nash Aguas at kilala sila bilang NLex. Huling proyekto ni Ilacad ang teleseryeng The Good Son.

Narito ang buong Instagram post ni Ilacad:

Estudyante sa umaga…. pero pag may taping, absent muna. (Sorry for the long graduation post).

During my senior high journey, there were so many nights when I wanted to go crazy and give up. I’d come home drained from taping at 5am then head to class at 9am with my hair still curled, looking like a zombie and ending up frustrated because my brain couldn’t absorb anything even though I tried my hardest. I’d come to school to take 4 exams (which I only reviewed for the night before) all in one day then rush to an event after. Most times I wouldn’t even be able to come to class AT ALL due to my schedules which made it feel impossible to submit requirements and pass. The word “tough” doesn’t give justice to the challenges I went through. I would just cry buckets because I was so exhausted and I couldn’t handle the stress of cramming. I felt like such a failure and disappointment because I wasn’t able to reach the standards I set for myself at the beginning of senior-high. I started getting so stressed over the smallest tasks because I felt so dumb. Minsan inisip ko “mahirap ba tong ginagawa ko or bobo lang ako?”  I even remember coming to school feeling so tired I fell asleep in the school gym. BUT YESTERDAAAAAAAAY, I proudly graduated senior high-school at Treston International College, completing all my requirements, and passing them all with flying colors. Praise God! He is so good! This is a very proud moment for me because I thought I wouldn’t be able to make it. All this wouldn’t be possible without the help of my lenient and supportive school, my loving and patient teachers, the whole faculty of Christian Legacy and Treston International College, our school directress, our dean, and most importantly, to my generous classmates aka FAM who helped and guided me every step of the way, & to my parents who never pressured me about grades, and to my dog, BLUSH, who is the absolute best stress reliever. THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU.

Estudyante sa umaga…. pero pag may taping, absent muna. ?? (Sorry for the long graduation post) . During my senior high journey, there were so many nights when I wanted to go crazy and give up. I’d come home drained from taping at 5am then head to class at 9am with my hair still curled, looking like a zombie and ending up frustrated because my brain couldn’t absorb anything even though I tried my hardest. ? I’d come to school to take 4 exams (which I only reviewed for the night before) all in one day then rush to an event after. Most times I wouldn’t even be able to come to class AT ALL due to my schedules which made it feel impossible to submit requirements and pass. ? The word “tough” doesn’t give justice to the challenges I went through. I would just cry buckets because I was so exhausted and I couldn’t handle the stress of cramming. I felt like such a failure and disappointment because I wasn’t able to reach the standards I set for myself at the beginning of senior-high. ? I started getting so stressed over the smallest tasks because I felt so dumb. Minsan inisip ko “mahirap ba tong ginagawa ko or bobo lang ako?” ?? I even remember coming to school feeling so tired I fell asleep in the school gym. ? BUT YESTERDAAAAAAAAY, I proudly graduated senior high-school at Treston International College, completing all my requirements, and passing them all with flying colors. Praise God! He is so good! ??? This is a very proud moment for me because I thought I wouldn’t be able to make it. All this wouldn’t be possible without the help of my lenient and supportive school, my loving and patient teachers, the whole faculty of Christian Legacy and Treston International College, our school directress, our dean, and most importantly, to my generous classmates aka FAM ? who helped and guided me every step of the way, & to my parents who never pressured me about grades, and to my dog, BLUSH, who is the absolute best stress reliever. THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU. ?

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