SISC Marks 22nd Foundation Month

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) celebrates its 22nd Foundation Month through a series of activities which started off with the Opening Ceremony.

 

In his welcome remarks, Dr. Marl V. Ferenal, President of SISC, thanked and congratulated the students, faculty and staff for the 22 years of hard work and steadfast commitment contributing to the progress of the school. SISC Chief Executive Mentor Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, founder of the school, was the guest of honor.  In her inspirational message, Dr. Tan traced the development of the school from two students and a wooden building to an educational network offering … [Read more]

Nursing Faculty Gain Insights on Palliative Care

Palliative care is the dynamic care of patients with advanced, progressive and incurable diseases. As approximately 400,000 Filipinos die each year, many have time to plan on how to cross the line pain-free.  But good palliative care is achievable only through the close collaboration of various healthcare professionals in delivering holistic and personal care to the patient suffering from a lingering illness.

 

To gain a wider understanding of end-of-life care and advise their students better, six senior faculty members of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) College of Nursing spearheaded by Dean Carmel Villegas attended the International Conference on … [Read more]

Southville Mathletes Qualify for National Training

Twenty-four math whizzes from SISC were among the top scorers in the Elimination Stage of the Mathematical Challenge for Filipino Kids’ Training Program. They qualified to join the Mathematical Challenge for Filipino Kids Training Program (MCFKTP) where they can have the opportunity to participate in the different international mathematics competitions.

 

Congratulations to the following students:

Grade 3 : Philip Baek, Terrence Cabana, Alena Calpo, Gwyneth Tangog, Mary Tong, Lucy Won
Grade 4 : Jang Ku Hyo, Rueben Maat
Grade 5 : Choi Gwang Woo, Lee Seung Yun, Min Gyeong Chan
Grade 6: Daniel Amado, Sycu Katsumi, Katelyn Lee, Christian … [Read more]

Southville Students Develop Social Graces

“I remember back in Southville High School we had a class where we were taught fine dining etiquette and how to properly use utensils. As a student I thought that this was so unnecessary and just not worth my time. But when I was in London, we were brought to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. We were there for lunch and I was dining with important people. I sat down and there were a whole set of dining utensils I never bothered learning how to use. Thankfully, whatever I heard from that class stuck and I think [Read more]

Southville BS IT Students Get Inspiration from Hon. Louis Napoleon Casambre

Miguel Ventura, Southville Chapter President headed the 14 JPCS-Southville student-delegates in the recently held “Explore IT- Surviving the IT Race and the National General Assembly” sponsored by the Junior Philippine Computer Society Nationals JPCS-Nationals) held at Manila Ocean Park recently.

Southville students get inspiration through the keynote speech delivered by no other than Hon. Louis Napoleon Casambre, the Executive Director of Department of Science and Technology (DOST) for Information and Communications Technology.  The main talks concentrated on (1) ICT and Enterprise: An Entrepreneurial  Perspective, (2) ICT and Enterprise: The Employer’s Perspective, (3)  Etiquette – Its Value in the Business World, … [Read more]

Southville Inks Partnership with Korean School

To promote sharing of information, resources and opportunities regarding training and related services, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) entered into partnership with The Hankook Life Science Institute, part of Hansaengyeon (21st Century Life Science Foundation), a professional education institute for life science in Korea.

Dr. Marl V. Ferenal, SISC President, is in high spirits about the partnership especially that SISC advocates the value of scientific inquiry and advancement of knowledge among the students and the employees as well.

Meanwhile Hankook President, Dr. Ku Min Chung looks forward to a fruitful partnership with Southville knowing that the school has strong … [Read more]

Southville Empowers Youth, Hosts SOLID Career Fair

The best gifts for a nation are educated citizens.

Southville International School and Colleges is set to help fourth year high school students from Metro Manila to plan for their future careers in the upcoming SOLID Career Fair: A Golden Gift on December 12, 2012.

A not ordinary career fair, the day will be filled with hands on booths and free seminar-workshop on various topics such as Basic Photography, Website Designing, Investment and Online Stock Trading, Personality Development and Multiple Intelligences, Basic Sign Language, Re-discovering the Philippines and its Wonders (Tourism), Nursing Life and Allied Medical Courses.

Dr. Jerry Aguilar, … [Read more]

Southville dominates in international meet

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) ruled over Global Jaya International School (GJIS) in boys volleyball, girls volleyball, boys basketball, and girls basketball in the Asian International Schools Conference (AISAC) held recently. AISAC is aimed to be a premiere sports competition among international schools in Asia, preferably accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO).… [Read more]

Southville Opens Interest Clubs

The Varsity Interest Clubs Toward Outstanding Recreation and Sports (V.I.C.T.O.R.S.) recently held its series of launching for Grade School and High School.  The program aims to develop the intellectual, athletic or creative calling of SISC students in a fun yet informative setting.

 

Among the Interest Clubs available to grade school students are Arts & Crafts, Glee Club/SISC Chorale, YES (Young Enthusiasts in Science), School Buzz, Creative Dramatics, Film Appreciation, Book Lovers, Dance Movers, Girl Scouts, Computer, Math, Basketball, Soccer, Badminton, Karate/Self-Defense among others.

 

For High School, the clubs include the Model United Nations, YES (Young Enthusiasts in Science), … [Read more]

Southville Global Village Goes to US

Now on its 15th year, participants of Southville Global Village Program had an exploration tour in U.S. West Coast of San Francisco, Carmel, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.

Held from May 21-June 2, the tour aimed to provide students with a unique, personal, and intercultural learning. The travel program gives participants learning experiences they cannot acquire in the classroom as they are directly exposed to various cultures and peoples.

The Global Village Program is open to Grade School, High School and College students.… [Read more]