With the end in mind to produce graduates who will be employers of their own businesses someday, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) hosted a 2-day business bazaar last September 13-14, 2011. Dubbed as “Entrepville”, the event organized by SISC college students showcased their knowledge and skills in business management and operations.
The exhibitors, majority of which are SISC students, offered the audience a wide range of products and services from apparel, fashion accessories, cosmetics, and food, among others.
Entrepville was just one of the various culminating activities spearheaded by the College Division to ensure that the theories … [Read more]
The Junior Philippine Computer Society recently conducted another successful leadership training workshop at PLDT Teletech InnoLab at Mandaluyong City. Representing Southville International School and Colleges were four of JPCS Chapter’s officers: Jeks Someda, Ina Caceres, Miguel Ventura and Diana Navarro.
JPCS officers from 28 different schools attended the 3-day workshop headed by Ms. Karen dela Cruz of Reinvent Technology to further enhance their leadership skills.
The selection of PCS/JPCS National Board of Officers was also done, where JPCS – Southville Chapter’s Jeks Someda was elected as the Director for International Linkages.… [Read more]
Southville students made it to the finals of the 2010 Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP) Students Grand Prix Competition with the theme “Bagong Pinoy, Bagong Pinas!” This despite the challenge of facing different schools nationwide, in what is considered as the most prestigious interschool competition for PR.
The team of students from the Colleges of Mass Communication and Media Arts is composed of Mary Camille Arce (ABMC 4), Juan Daniel Talion (ABMA 2), Jaresa Felipe (ABMC 2), Jahdiel Abigail Mae Gay (ABMC 3), Clarisse Jean Torres (ABMC 4), Monica Diaz (ABMC 3), Nicollo Ramon Alessandro Lopez (ABMC 3), … [Read more]
Team Crunch from SEED Academy emerged as Champion in the recent Capital Market Competition participated in by Southville Global Education (SGEN) Community. The team, composed of Harold Sabanal, Arjay Almanzor, and Wilbert Beltran won a gold medal, P3,000 cash prize, and a Certificate of Excellence. Team Zero also from SEED Academy, ranked 2nd while Team SFU Lojo from Southville Foreign University placed third.
Junior Capital Market Institute of the Philippines (JCMIP) Secretary Patricia Samarita underscored the importance of research in stock investment. An investor should review the robustness of the selected company, industry trends, the condition of the market, … [Read more]
The High School Graduating Class had its Batch Comprehensive Growth Series (CGS) on January 14 – 16, 2014 with the theme “Moving On: Making a Difference.” The seniors took three days away from campus at the beautiful Covenant House & Retreat Center in Dasmarinas, Cavite to reflect on their collective experience at SISC and have one last hurrah as a graduating class. The retreat offers seniors an opportunity to reflect on their high school experience and look ahead to their years beyond SISC.
The Batch CGS is a time to reflect on issues of identity, community, commitment, and … [Read more]
Members of Southville Dance Troupe recently attended the Korean Cultural Dance Workshop held at Korean Wave Hall, Korean Cultural Center of the Philippines, Global City, Taguig. The event was attended by fifty selected student-dancers coming from different schools in Metro Manila. Attendees were treated to an afternoon of different Korean traditional dance styles and techniques led by Mr. KIM Yong-chul of the SUP Dance Troupe and the official resource speaker-dance lecturer representative from Korea. The workshop started out with a warm up routine; a customary procedure that all dancers complete before getting into their dance act. It was followed by … [Read more]
The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) BS Tourism college students had a rare opportunity of getting inspired by a cyberspace personality when one of the most followed Philippine travel blog writers appeared in the flesh. Last October 9, 2012, Ms. Gael Hilotin, the budget travel blogger who has drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors to her blog site “The Pinay Solo Backpacker”, graced the SISC Tourism Forum as a resource speaker. Gael did not disappoint because being a graduate of BS Anthropology, cum laude, she gave a very different perspective of traveling. She explained that among the compelling reasons … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) delegates to the Work and Travel Program of the U.S. Department of State recently returned from a 3-month exposure trip where they were placed in various work functions.
The delegates were:
1. Bancaso, Diane – BS Information Technology
2. Fernandez, Francis – BS Business Administration
3. Jarina, Kate – AB Communication
4. Go, Kenny – BS Information Technology
5. Ilao, Shiela – BS Information Technology
6. Manalo, Ryan – BS Business Administration
7. Palado, Mariejo – BS Tourism
8. Pasadas, Eric – BS Information Technology
9. Piol, Angelica – BS Pscyhology
10. Roxas, … [Read more]
The 6th Commencement Exercises of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) was held last June 4, 2012, with Ms. Deidre Fischer, Superintendent of Cebu International School, as the keynote speaker. Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, SISC Chief Executive Mentor, Dr. Marl Ferenal, SISC President and Ms. Marie Ann Mirando, IB Coordinator, graced the event.
Leading the IB graduates of Class 2012 were the awardees for Scholastic Excellence namely Andrea Rebecca Young (Silver Medal), Samantha Rae Andico (Bronze Medal), Yeun Joo Kim (Bronze Medal), Su Hyeon Kim (Bronze Medal), and Jacqueline Marie Solivio (Bronze Medal). … [Read more]
The Portfolio Assessment for Southville International School and Colleges Students (P.A.S.S.) is a distinguishing feature of the school that aims to hone the students’ critical thinking skills as well as to develop their innate desire to seek and explore answers to questions or ideas they have about themselves, their community, or their environment.
While the P.A.S.S. has been equated with the research paper and oral defense required of Grade School and High School graduating students, the portfolio assessment includes other requirements such as collated students’ works in their subjects, mastery of the school’s hallmarks, and other features that ensure the … [Read more]