Southville Faculty Recognized As Best Teachers in the South of Manila
March 17, 2017 - Southville International School and Colleges faculty members Teacher Elizabeth Sullano, Dr. Joanne Miranda, Dr. Aris Ignacio and Dr. Jerry Aguilar received the Consortium of the South’s (COTS) 2017 STAR Teacher Awards during ceremonies held at the Southville International School and Colleges Luxembourg Hall.
The awards honor the most exceptional faculty south of Metro Manila, their devotion to their students, their dedication to their disciplines, and their tireless efforts on behalf of their schools. They recognize the life-changing impact of an inspirational teacher on the lives of the young people they teach.
Teacher Elizabeth, Dr. Joanne, Dr. Aris and Dr. Jerry each received a special tribute from the organizers of the event, a distinctive plaque and certificate. They were selected from a list of finalists by a panel comprised of senior officials from the Commission on Higher Education – National Capital Region namely Dr. Catherine Castañeda, former CHED-NCR Director and currently Academic Vice President of Adamson University, Dr. Bellaflor Coronado, CHED-NCR Supervisor, and Dr. Larry Gabao, former Dean (College of Education, Philippine Normal University, Former VP, University Relations and Advancement, and current member, Technical Panel Teacher Education of CHED.
The awards were established by the Consortium of the South, an academic consortium of higher education institutions based in the south of Metro Manila composed of SISC; Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU) Calamba; University of Perpetual Help System (UPHS) Dalta; San Beda College (SBC) of Alabang; Olivarez College; PATTS College of Aeronautics; Immaculate Heart of Mary College, Parañaque, and Manila Tytana Colleges, to recognize and reward sustained excellence in all aspects of teaching.
The recognition is a testament Southville's dedication and commitment to providing students excellent international education in a positive and caring environment.