Gen Mark Tanno, a 6th grade student of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), qualified for the 2011 Young Mathematicians’ In-House Intensive Training Program (YMIITP) for elementary students held last March 21-24 in Naga City, Bicol. The YMIITP is a combination of lectures and exams in trigonometry, inequalities, quadratic equations, and other advanced topics.
A total of 800 participants all over the country joined the training program but only 104 math whizzes emerged as qualifiers after passing the battery of quizzes.
His feat made Gen Mark eligible for the training’s final phase known as the Mathematical Olympiad Summer
A variety of fun and informative programs are available at the SMART (Sports, Mental, Artistic) Program, Southville International School and Colleges’ summer offerings for children, teens, and adults who would like to spend their time productively.
SMART academic offerings include Booster and Enhancement Programs in Reading, Math, Science, French, Spanish, Public Speaking, Science, Computer, and Social Science. For foreign students, English as Second Language and Filipino are available.
In Performing Arts, the classes offered are Voice, Piano, Guitar, Violin, Musical Theater and Ballet. Painting and Cooking courses are also available. For the sport buffs, there are sessions in Basketball, Volleyball,
How would you like to view the original Mona Lisa portrait? How about a relaxing gondola ride in Venice? Or is walking barefoot in Boracay more to your liking? You can do all these and more by joining the Global Village Program, a unique, personal, and inter-cultural learning experience provided by Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) to its students.
For this summer, participants get to visit Paris, Lucerne, Venice, and Rome on May 23-31, 2011, while the local tour will be held in Boracay on May 7-9, 2011.
The Global Village Program is open to Grade School, High School,
Southville International School and Colleges’ Early Childhood Education Division invites its students, their parents and other interested parties to join a Fun Run on February 12, 2011 with the theme “Clean and Green 2011”.
Registration starts at 6:00 AM. Special tokens for the oldest and youngest runners, the earliest registrant, and family of runners will be given away.
After the run, Preschool to Grade 2 students will showcase their dancing skills through field demo presentations in Gym 2 of Luxembourg Campus. Other exciting activities such as the Sportsfest and Family Day are in store for the participants.
Skating sensation Verniece Enciso emerged as the Highest Female Pointer in the High Level Division of Skate Manila 2010 held last October 28-30 at the SM Mall of Asia. Besting the other 150 participants in front of almost a thousand spectators, she reaped 12 gold medals and 1 silver. This recent feat adds up to her long list of awards and recognition in ice skating.
Verniece had been a student of SISC’s I.N.N.O.V.E. Education Solution which integrates a home study and one-on-one consultations with teachers. Now she is a regular senior high school student excitedly awaiting her graduation next year. … [Read more]
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.
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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]
Southville International Schools and Colleges (SISC) will hold an Alumni Homecoming for College and High School on October 23, 2010, 6:00 PM, at Gym 1 of Luxembourg Campus.
This momentous event is a chance to reminisce the past and open communication channels for the future.
“It’s an opportunity for us to welcome you back after you left the portals of your alma mater, and a chance for us to know how SISC made you a mover of society who makes a difference in the life of others in the 21st century,” said Mr. Rene Aligonero,
Canadian Journalist and PeaceTech Founder Robin Pettyfer will talk about internationalism and the role of the youth in addressing issues concerning peace and other challenges and solutions during Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) International Week Celebration on October 18-23, 2010.
With the theme “Unity in Cultural Diversity,” the International Week Celebration is a school’s tradition aimed at making the students realize their indispensable part in nation building and cultural understanding.
Opening the celebration is the Parade of Nations featuring students from grade school to high school in their national costumes followed by week-long entrepreneurship bazaar of the students. Other
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.