Opportunities for Multimedia Arts Graduates


Today’s technologically advanced society has become a catalyst of the increasing opportunity for those studying the multimedia arts course. Career chances under this specialization are wide-range and can include positions in various fields such as publishing, design, advertising, and many more.

Below are only a few examples of careers that you can pursue with a degree in multimedia arts.

ArtsArt enthusiasts nowadays appreciate the blending of traditional mediums resulting to surreal work of art greater than before. As fine artist, you can put your knowledge and capability in drawing and photography and combine it with cutting-edge computer

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Southville Home Grown Conquers Top Universities Worldwide

“I still remember that day when I first talked to Gen Mark back in Elizalde Campus when he was still five years old. I knew then that this student has a lot of potential in him and now that he is almost graduating from the IB Programme, I am very proud of what he has achieved and I know he will conquer greater heights,” said Ms. Mari Vic Suarez, Southville Basic Education Principal.

Gen Mark Tanno who is set to finish International Baccalaureate Programme this June has been offered admission to some of the Ivy League schools worldwide namely Bristol … [Read more]

Joanna Marcelo: Phils’ Next Super Model

After making waves as a CCP full ballet scholar, Joanna Mari B. Marcelo, a second year I.N.N.O.V.E. Southville student, is now blooming to become the country’s next teen super model.


Competing against equally beautiful and iconic Fashionista from different private schools and universities in the recently held 100 Teens Fashionista of Metro Manila, Joanna swept other contestants and was named one of the twenty five semi-finalists. She also received the Teen Fashionista Discovery of the Year and the Media Personality Special Awards.


Organized by Innovision Entertainment Production, the event is a model search for the best Filipino patriotic … [Read more]

Celebrating Accomplishments: Class 2015 HS Valedictory Speech — Andrei Kenneth Dominic T. Merino

To our Guest Speaker, school management, parents, teachers, friends, fellow graduates, ladies and gentlemen, good evening.

Today marks the culmination of our ultimate purpose; that is to graduate from high school. Although the path reaching this objective may not seem as an easy cakewalk for we have to endure tons of pillars of hard work, stay as night owls in doing our projects, assignments and making reviews for examinations. Truly this day we could say that finally we have made it. We have reached the summit of success by completing four years of high school transitioning into college life. We … [Read more]

Southville alumna wins an award at National Model United Nations

Southville alumna wins an award at National Model United Nations

Southville high school alumna Ma. Charmaine Dayupay represented the Philippines in the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference held at Olomouc, Czech Republic last November 22-28, 2015. Representing the country of Estonia, Charmaine won “Honorable Mention Delegate. Among the estimated 16,000 students, she was one of the 18 delegates chosen to participate in the event from her university. On March 20-24, Charmaine will again represent the Philippines and her school in the NMUN-NY.

Charmaine graduated from high school in Southville in 2012. At present, she is taking up a pre-law … [Read more]


Making a Difference in the Industry

“It might be cheesy, but I have always lived by these lines from the pledge; ‘to become leaders and movers of society’, ‘facite diferentiam’, and ‘one team’. Doing my job as a Guest Service Officer is nowhere close to being a leader yet, but in my own way, I apply it when I am training my peers as I am their senior. I try to teach them as much as I can and guide them,” Pauline said

Angel With A Stethoscope

“Southville’s Poor Urban Child (PoUCh) was a program that made an impact in … [Read more]

News Archive

Southville’s Team ZikAway Wins Silver in PolyU Global Student Challenge 2017
Gia Medina Achieves the 5th Place in NUS Science Summer Camp 2017
Southville Homegrown Accepted into 5 Top Schools in US and Asia
100% Passing Rate for Southville-BS Nursing In Licensure Exam 2017
Team ZikAway Advances to the Next Round of PolyU Global Challenge
Southville Students Acing the NUS Science Summer Camp
IB Class 2017 Set to Make their Mark in the World
Jodi Sta. Maria Enrolls in Southville
Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo Visit Southville in Friendly Soccer Match
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Advantages of Enrolling Your Child in an International School

For years, parents and guardians have exchanged discussion regarding where they should trust the education of their children. This, of course, have different results since people have their own preferences. From public to private to government-owned to homeschooling to international ones – surely, there are a lot of options for parents on where they should enroll their children. Though each has their own quality, let us look further into details about the advantages of enrolling your little one at international schools in the Philippines.
Cultural diversity
Children who get exposed to different cultures in an early age can have
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Student Tips: Back to School Reminders

Southville International School and Colleges announces the on-going construction of the TREX Global Residences, an SISC dormitory located at 585 J. Aguilar Ave., Pamplona III, Las Piñas City.
Only a 5-minute walk from the school, the Trex has 9 rooms, a swimming pool, and state-of-the-art amenities such as cable TV, DSL connection, CCTV cameras and motion-censored alarms for security purposes.
“Because we are an International School, we want Southville to be accessible to everyone-foreign and local students alike, such as those living in the nearby provinces like Laguna and Cavite, as well as nearby cities of Makati and Manila,” said … [Read more]

Understanding Multiple Intelligences of the Students


“Each person has a different intellectual composition.”

– Howard Gardner
Frames of Mind (1983)

Through the years, the definition on what intelligence is has been on a broader scope. Human competencies are now based on more diverse combination of traditional and non-traditional intelligence including interpersonal, intrapersonal, musical, spatial, and kinesthetic that were long overlooked. Educational institutions especially international schools in the Philippines should find ways on how to apply these multiple intelligences in the classroom.

There are advantages perceived to be connected with enrolling in an international school and we listed some below.

The Existential Intelligence group is sensitive … [Read more]