Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) partnered with Fully Booked to encourage and promote reading in children, youth, and adults’ lives. This event was aimed to introduce and discuss Young Adult (YA) fiction books. Three guest speakers talked about their reading experiences in life. Mr. Roderick Ramos, SISC librarian, shared about his skills and practices as a librarian. Ms. Precious Banaag and Ms. Isabel Gomez, both of whom are book bloggers, talked about their passion for reading and writing about the different books they’ve read. All three conveyed their thoughts and opinions about Young Adult fiction books. They even shared … [Read more]
The College of Psychology held its annual Outdoor Educational Program (OEP) last March 6, 2015 where students from 1st to 3rd year and selected 4th year students participated and accompanied by 8 professors. The trip’s destinations were National Center for Mental Health, Nayon ng Kabataan, and the Sanctuary Center.
Good Feedback Was Received
The OEP received an overall rating of 4.21 out of 5 that meant that the students had fun and saw the OEP beneficial to their course.… [Read more]
On March 17, 2015, the AB Communication 1 students launched their very first exhibit PARA in the college lobby. From the street food to the fiesta banners to the Chinese lanterns to “Manila” by The Hotdogs playing in the background, one can definitely feel the Manila vibe.
The exhibit lunched kicked off around 10:00 AM, an hour later than expected, due to last minute finishing touches. It started with a short skit about a group of people riding a jeep going to four destinations in Manila: Roxas Boulevard, Intramuros, Ongpin, and España. After that, the guests were given their snacks … [Read more]
Let’s take care of our kidneys since the repercussion of kidney failure is a difficult and complex condition to deal with. Chronic renal failure necessitates hemodialysis for the rest of one’s life until a successful kidney transplant is done. That was the message of the forum at Asian Hospital & Medical Center (AHMC) joined by Southville International School and Colleges’ BS Nursing students in celebration of World Kidney Day.
For three years now every March 14, the BSN students have campaigned to help promote kidney health in their community. “It is as simple as drinking adequate amounts of plain, clean, … [Read more]
The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Karate Team brought home a total of twenty eight medals (eleven gold, eleven silver, and six bronze) from the 2014 Zen Okinawan Karate Kobudo Tournament organized by the Philippine Union of Karate Kobudo Organizations.
The tournament pitted schools and gyms from the National Capital Region in Kumi (Sparring) and Kata (choreographed pattern of movements).
The medal winners are:
• Tim Alarcon – Gold (Staff Kumi) and Silver (Advanced Level Kata, Nunchaku Kata, Sai Kata)
• Sofia Aquino – Gold (Teko Kata & Nunchaku Kata), Silver Kumi) and Bronze (Intermediate Level Kata & Staff … [Read more]
There was no stopping the SISC Monarchs in the 2014 Asian International Schools Activities Conference held last September 25-27.
The Boys Volleyball Team, Boys Football Team 1 and Girls Football Team won the championship while both Team 1 and Team 2 of Girls and Boys Basketball Team won 1st and 2nd runner up, respectively. The Girls Basketball Team, on the other hand, won 1st runner up.
“Our athletes trained really hard. They put so much effort in all the leagues we joined— it’s just really fulfilling to bring the trophy home,” shared Athletics Director Rea Celine Villa.… [Read more]
Hikaru Murakami of Grade 10 may not be good in sports or outstanding in the performing arts, but her photography skills have captured the hearts and approval of the editorial staff of Vogue Italia which published her photos, Sun Kissed and Two Sides, in Photo Vogue, the new website section of the magazine.
“I started photography when I was in Grade 8. I was amazed with the photos in Flckr and thought of doing it myself. I grabbed my dad’s SLR and the rest is history,”shares Hikaru on how she developed her passion in photography.
Hikaru started studying in … [Read more]
Whether you are the top student or not, there will always be a time that you will lose your motivation to study. Don’t worry. It’s a normal thing and you can always cure it. So, here some tips for you to keep motivated in your studies: .
Set your goals
This will help you a lot in managing your time effectively
because you will know which task to prioritize first. If you are clear with what you want to achieve, you will be more motivated. For example, your goal is to get a perfect score on the exam. You already … [Read more]
Diana Navarro a senior of Southville International School & Colleges as well as Student Adviser for the Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS) – SISC Chapter was elected as Director for International linkages of the Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS) National Board of Officers elections during the annual JPCS – Leadership Transformation Workshop and Election 2013 held at the Global City Innovative College in Makati City recently.
This year’s conference was attended by the JPCS – SISC Chapter officer: Benedict Nicolas (President), John Panes (Vice-President), JC Aguinaldo (2nd Year Level Representative) and Diana Navarro herself (Board of Advisor).
The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) grounds will be lit by a procession of colorful Christmas lanterns as the school celebrates its annual Lantern Parade on December 3, 2012, 6:00 pm, in Luxembourg Campus.
The event aims to bring together members of the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) together as it requires their active participation in terms of their creativity and collaboration to produce artistic and meaningful Christmas lanterns, thus, strengthening community spirit in a festive atmosphere. Lanterns were created throughout the past week by SISC students, organizations, and members of SGEN with each lantern designed in the form … [Read more]