Four very talented students from the College Division namely Christian E. Sekhanan (BS Psychology), Nicole Marie A. Santos (BS Psychology), John Joseph D.C. Quiachon (BS Nursing) and Ryuji Z. Tachiba (BSBA Marketing) composing the dance crew “eCSentric” prevailed in the “Dance Battle Showdown 2010” held last October 1, 2010 at The Fort, Taguig City. They garnered a score of 93.2% in the finals to place 1st among 8 other dance groups from different schools in Metro Manila. … [Read more]
Fully clad in sports outfits and armed with passion to protect the environment, the 214-strong Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) contingent led by its president Dr. Marl Ferenal joined more than 100,000 runners in the Run for Pasig Event last October 10, 2010.
The said event was part of the ABS-CBN Foundation’s initiatives to raise funds for the Pasig River and mobilize the Filipino people into real and prompt action. Although the runs began at different starting points, all converged in the Mall of Asia. The 10.10.10 Run for Pasig River event is expected to land the Philippines another … [Read more]
Ms. Earth Angel 2008 and Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) student Joanna Marcelo is one of the privileged few chosen to receive a full scholarship in ballet from the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).
“It is very seldom that someone new in this field would be given a full scholarship. Most of the time, scholarships are given to intermediate dancers that’s why I am very honored to receive it,” Joanna humbly exclaimed.
Joanna initially got a half scholarship last summer and eventually qualified for the full scholarship. She is now busy rehearsing for the CCP’s Peter Pan production.
SISC Tourism students were invited by the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ Foundation Committee to be ushers and usherettes in the 36th International Bamboo Organ Festival held last February 17-23, 2011. They were Diandra Bonus, Justin Formentera, Bea Tantiongco, Cylene Apao, Brian Dela Peña, Alissa Jean Du, Emily Gaiser, Ira Nicdao, Roi Pomar, Marc Oñate, MJ Palado, and Kian Tirados.
The festival featured cultural and musical presentations to promote tourism development through the historic Bamboo Organ in St. Joseph Parish, Las Piñas City. SISC students were elated to be exposed to events that are vital to the country’s tourism industry. … [Read more]
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
– Nelson Mandela, South African President
As young as nine years old, Southville students are involved in social outreach programs of the school. One of which is the Save a Poor Urban Child (Po.U.Ch.) launched in 1992, a program that addresses the daily nutritional and schooling needs of poor but deserving school children. Each level from grade 3 to grade 11 SISC holds a special P.O.U.C.H. day where each student adopts a P.O.U.C.H. for a day and interacts with a beneficiary.
“I felt that … [Read more]
Straight from grandslamming in the International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) for Volleyball last year, Southville International School and Colleges is set to host the upcoming ISAC Volleyball Boys and Girls Competition to be held on October 8-10, 2009.
The Southville Monarch’s Volleyball team will be competing with first-rate spikers of Brent International School Manila, Brent International School Subic, Brent International School Baguio, European International School, British School Manila, Cebu International School, and Faith Academy of Mindanao. … [Read more]