July2017


Pacquiao & Mayweather exhibiting the 5Cs

Manny Pacquiao

Eight-division world champion

Manny Pacquiao is known for his character, his humility even with his achievements, 57 wins, 38 of which are won by KO and 5 losses. His speed and strength has been proven again and again inside the ring but, Manny wanted people to remember him for is his devotion to the Lord. Manny never fails to glorify God in every speaking engagement; he once said, “I want to let the people know that there is God who can raise someone from nothing into something. That’s me, that’s me, I came from nothing into something,. Aside … [Read more]

MMA 1 Holds Comic Exhibit

Media Center, Lux Building – the inauguration of Multimedia Freshmen’s exhibit Comic Relief took place from March 17, 2015. The exhibit comprised of one-page comic strips made by the students for their Intermediate Drawing class along with a corresponding poster and cover.

The ribbon was cut at around 12:30 PM by Dr. Felma Tria, the college’s dean, with the presence of Mr. Joey Reboredo, the professor of the said class. Juice and finger foods such as sandwiches, chips, and cookies were also given to the guests soon after.

The exhibit ran until March 20, 2015 at around 5 PM.

Each … [Read more]

IB Holds Parent’s Information Meeting

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) invites parents to learn more about the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme through an Information Meeting on Friday, April 17, 4:30 p.m. at Room 201 located at the 3rd floor of the Tropical Campus. The assembly comprises of a discussion about the IB Programme, an open forum, and a school tour. Relatives and friends are also welcome to attend. To confirm your attendance, please contact the PR department at 825-6374 or 820-8702 or email pr@southville.edu.ph

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Nursing major joins Leadership Congress

The 1st Asian Federation of Student Leaders (AFSL) International Youth Congress held last January 21-24, 2015 in Guam, USA gave its delegates an opportunity to develop strong leadership skills like self-management, people management, and task management anchored on character, integrity and collaboration, thus, fostering peace, harmony, and global kinship through social responsiveness and servant-leadership.

Loren Angeli Estavillo, who was the College of Nursing’s delegate to the Congress, gained invaluable experiences that will help her develop the competencies toward becoming a nurse leader and manager as she embarks in her chosen profession. SISC’s College of Nursing has always been open to … [Read more]

Southville Gears Up for 2015 WASC Visit

“The entire school leadership and staff of Southville International School Colleges have shown a commitment to provide a quality educational program for its students. The curriculum and instructional methodologies are fully developed for Grades K-12 and the IB Diploma Programme,” thus reported the WASC Committee in their evaluation during their visit last February 2012.

This year, Southville is highly focused on the mid-year visit of the Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC), USA in February 2015. As part of the WASC review, committees have been formed to discuss, document, monitor and implement the self-study process to better facilitate a … [Read more]

Southville Places 4th in 2014 EdukCircle Docu Fest

Given barely two weeks of preparation for the competition in an unlikable weather, Team Southville composed of Communication and Multimedia Arts Students Arthessa Bola, Mark Castillo, Bea Dela Cruz, Jay Gurbuxani, Rhenessa Lacerna, Danica Jelina Rayos, Christel Reyes, Wilhelmina Zara, Ren De Guzman and James Ocampo, placed fourth in the 2014 2014 EdukCircle Documentary Film held last year.

With the theme Media and Politics: Reporting the Philippines’ Recent Biggest Political Scandals, the competition was sponsored by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and was held to evaluate the communication practices in different academic fields.

Team Southville topped over more than … [Read more]

Southville Math Genius off to National finals

Gen Mark Tanno of Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) International Baccalaureate Diploma Program hurdled the area stage of the Philippine Mathematical Olympiad (PMO) to advance to the National Finals of the oldest and most prestigious math competitions among public and private high school students in the country.

 

As one of the twenty qualifiers for the National Finals, Gen Mark will have the chance to be a part of the Philippine Team that will represent the country in the 56th International Math Olympiad (IMO) in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

The Philippine Mathematic Olympiad is a Mathematics competition for High School … [Read more]

Second Run: Parenting Seminar

It has been said that family plays a very important role in developing one’s behavior and personality thus building a good family relationship is essential in molding an individual. In line with this, the College of Psychology conducted the second run of its outreach program for parents. A series of parenting sessions were conducted every Saturday afternoon from February 22 to March 22, 2014. This was conducted by the College of Psychology as headed by its faculty and students. It was attended by parents of Phase IV CAA community. The focus was on the importance of communication among the family … [Read more]

Southville-Innove Alumna Headlines University Golf Scene

Southville International School and Colleges – INNOVE Education Solution alumna Abegail Arevalo is the rising superstar of the San Jose State University Golf Team. In her school’s latest foray, Abby finished 6th out of 45 contenders, and 1st in her school’s golf roster, in the Mountain West Conference Championship last April 18-20, 2016.

In her email, she excitedly announced to her friend, Miss Anjer, that she was finally number 1! And she was! She was the 1st finisher of their school roster and she finished 6th overall in recent conference. She also expressed that her success is due to her … [Read more]

An Easy Fix

The clamor of students on an early Saturday morning is pretty hard to miss. I walked into the Lux Hall on that very Saturday, still pretty hung up on the last few minutes (or hours) of sleep I could have gotten if I didn’t have to attend CAS. Needless to say, after gorging on a Mcdonald’s breakfast and lazily walking to the hall in an attempt to wake myself up, I was anything but excited or energized.

I was tired.

And it seemed that everyone else around me was, too. Lazy students bringing out their phones and sitting haphazardly on … [Read more]