Southville Alumnus’ Film Wins in Global Fest

A short feature by Juan Paulo Reyes of High School Batch 2009 of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) was chosen as the winner in the Family Category of an international film competition organized by the Tony Blair Faith Foundation (TBFF).


With the theme “Let Me Show You How My Faith Inspires Me,” Reyes wrote, directed and edited the film First Steps to Recovery. It was a simple yet inspiring story of a little boy with big faith.


Reyes bested entries coming from India, Lebanon, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, and the United States. An international panel of judges, … [Read more]

Southville Welcomes Back Alumni on October 8

Graduates and former students of Southville International Schools and Colleges (SISC) are warmly invited to the Alumni Homecoming on October 8, 2011, 6:00 PM, in Luxembourg Gym.

Be a part of this celebration! For more details, contact Mr. Rene Aligonero, Student Affairs Coordinator, at 829-1675 or 825-6374 local 105 or 166. [Read more]

Southville Nursing Students Conduct Community Diagnosis

Second year BS Nursing students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) concluded their 2-month community diagnosis last September 2, 2011 with the theme “Panibagong Kaisipan, Panibagong Buhay”. The activity was held at SISC’s adopted community, Barangay CAA Phase 4.


The goal of the outreach activity was to improve the living conditions of community members through positive impact in health behavior. It consisted of health education classes for children and adults, wound cleaning, BP taking and consultation, and feeding of 900 participants.


The outreach activity was both a learning and rewarding experience for the students who immersed themselves … [Read more]

Southville Guidance Head Joins Australia Counselors Mission

As part of the international linkage program of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), Head of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) College Division, Belen L. Mandin, joined the Austrade Counselors Mission held recently. The team composed of six counselors and heads of schools from the Philippines and six others from Indonesia visited fifteen schools in Sydney and Brisbane, Australia.


This was considered a familiarization trip to provide a deeper level of understanding of all sectors of Australia’s education system and the pathways between sectors under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). The mission also aimed to strengthen institutional linkages and … [Read more]

Gavagan Gears Up for Miss Philippines Earth 2011

Michelle Gavagan, a Mass Communication student of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), and reigning Miss Southville 2010, is an early crowd favorite in the Miss Philippines Earth 2011 beauty pageant.  Representing Las Piñas City, she bested 49 other lovely candidates to win the Ms. Golden Sunset Special Award in the preliminary competition held at Golden Sunset Resort, Calatagan, Batangas.


The Miss Photogenic Award will be given to the candidate with the highest number of online votes. To vote for Michelle, log on to http://missphilippines-earth.comor like Miss Philippines Earth 2011 on Facebook then go to Miss Photogenic album

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Parent-Teacher Conference Set on January 28

The Parent-Teacher Conference (PTC) is an opportune time for parents to meet their children’s class advisers and sponsors who act as their guardians in school.  For the second term, PTCs are scheduled on January 28, 2011 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm in Elizalde, Munich and Luxembourg campuses of Southville International School and Colleges. There will be no classes to give way to the said event. [Read more]

SISC Alumni Ace Physician Licensure Exam

Four members of the SISC Class of 2000 and 2001 are set to join the medical profession as they recently passed the Physician Licensure Examination. SISC takes pride in congratulating the new doctors, Rachel Elaine Marie Gaerlan Agarrado, Ma.Jessielit Arca Co, Carlene Solidum and Vanessa Vianca Rose Vergara Villanueva.

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American Anthropologist Updates on Perinatal HIV/Aids

“ The humanistic approach of creating a warm, supportive and welcoming environment of care by the medical workers is a major factor in encouraging patients with HIV-AIDS to come out in the open and be treated.”  

This was shared by BS Nursing (BSN) Batch 2013 student, Karyl Gebeck, after participating in the first Nursing Development Program of the College of Nursing that featured HIV-AIDS research expert, Dr. Jessica Scott Jerome.  Dr. Jerome’s latest work on “Perinatal HIV/AIDS in Brazil and the US: Human Rights Based Approach to Health Policy”  was presented to around three hundred BSN and BS Psychology

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Southville Studes Conferred Microsoft Certification

One year prior to graduation, Third Year BS Information Technology students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) are already highly qualified Microsoft Certified Professionals specializing in the implementation and maintenance of Microsoft Databases (SQL Server 2005) after achieving a 100% passing rate for the Microsoft Certification exam held last month. Two students got a 100% passing rate while majority received more than 90% passing rate.

Rochelle Azures, who despite of her tight schedule as a student assistant, aced the certification exam with a 96% passing rate shared, “Apart from the group studies that my classmates and I did and

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Southville Faculty Wins Palanca Award

Mr. Mark Adrian Ho of Southville International School and Colleges of Language and Humanities Department won 2nd prize in the Filipino one-act play category of 2016 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature Contest.

His play entitled Billboard tells the story of billboard workers who witnessed a vehicular accident while atop their billboard structure. It was staged by DLSU’s Harlequin Theatre Guild last March 2016.

“I live in a condo along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). The view from my balcony encompasses the highway and the many billboards that line it. One night, while thinking of a play that I needed to … [Read more]