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Rex Wallen L. Tan

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Class 2001

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Southville Monarchs Wins ISAC Girls’ Volleyball Championship

Southville International School and Colleges girls’ volleyball team won this year’s championship against Brent International School Subic in the most prestigious sports tournament among the international schools in the country, International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) held in Southville last October 19-21, 2017.

The International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) sports competition is a senior sports tournament for the international schools in the Philippines such as Southville International School and Colleges, Brent International School-Manila, Brent International School-Baguio, Brent International School-Subic, Cebu International School, British School Manila, and Faith Academy Mindanao. that provides a structured framework for competition between the international schools in the Philippines.

Founded in 1990 as a school for the gifted, Southville has made a commitment to develop learners whose knowledge and talent exceeds that of their peers in fields of academics, arts, performing arts, and sports. Southville students are given special enrichment lessons in critical thinking/analysis, productivity, diligence, multiple intelligence, collaboration, and emotional intelligence. By taking on challenging tasks and activities, students get to enhance their higher-order thinking skills, leadership ability, productivity and self-directedness, intra/interpersonal sensitivity and creativity.