The Philosophy of Care in Action

“Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt Honoring and valuing our elders is indigenous in our Filipino culture. In the past older people were highly respected because they were seen to be valuable in passing on survival-based wisdom to the next generation. However, today’s society has lost a huge part of this sentiment. The youth oriented culture in our modern society has diminished and desensitized this core value of caring for the elderly. To address this challenge and in line with SISC’s 5Cs the College of Nursing has embarked on its … [Read more]

Southville Alumnus is University at Bufffalo Magna Cum Laude

To be honest, I didn’t really prepare for college because I already went through IB and to me that was all the necessary preparations that I needed,” expressed Darrel Then, Southville International Baccalaureate Alumnus who recently graduated Magna Cum Laude at the University at Buffalo with the degree of Bachelor of Science major in Business Administration.

Darrel who started studying at Southville when he was in Junior Prep feels very blessed and thankful that he received honors. “The fact that I have graduated actually still feels pretty surreal. Knowing that another chapter of my life is about [Read more]

News Archive Academic Year: 2009-2010

Southville Nursing Students Capped
Southville selected by the European Chamber for internship program
SISC Manages South SEED-LPDH College
Southville Brings Voters’ Educ on Stage
Booklatin ang Kinabukasan Launched
Tanno et al Ace Sectoral Elims, Advance to Regional
Southville Nabs Twin Wins 
DOST Lauds Southville Stude
Social Responsibility Highlighted in Int’l Friendship Day
SISC welcomes the Christmas Season with Christmas Night Market
Intellectual Tournament Set
Southville Po.U.Ch. Partners with Jollibee 
Over 200 Studes Sold on SOLID
Breaking Barriers through Po.U.Ch.
American Vice Consul to Grace SISC Parade of Nations
International School partners with CEO’s, Presidents and Experts
International Netters Meet Up [Read more]

Southville honors TOP Students

Southville International School and Colleges(SISC) together with South SEED-LPDH College (SSLC), honored some of the best and the brightest graduating high school students during the awarding ceremony of the Search for the Top Outstanding Students (T.O.P.S.) for academic year 2013-2014.

The Search for T.O.P.S. is an annual event that recognizes students who excel in academics and co-curricular and socio-civic activities. Winners were given college scholarships and discounts in Southville and SSLC.

Since its launched in 2005, the Search has recognized more than 200 students with some graduates now employed in competitive companies while some have started their own businesses. [Read more]

Trumpets Playshop now @ Southville International School and Colleges

All aspiring performing arts enthusiasts in the South, now is your time to shine as Southville International School and Colleges, Las Piñas city brings to you closer to realizing your dreams by partnering with Trumpets Playshop Philippines!
Trumpets is Asia’s first and premiere professional theatre company that is behind the critically acclaimed blockbuster productions – original adaptations of classic tales such as The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, The Little Mermaid, N.O.A.H., Joseph the Dreamer, and their latest musical – Bluebird of Happiness.
The following programs are being offered and still have available slots to those who are interested:
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Alumni Homecoming Dinner for a Cause 2013 @ Southville IS

The Alumni Committee organized its Alumni Homecoming  with “Alumni Homecoming for a Cause” last December 6.
Alumni supported the cause by donating food, some medical supplies, clothes, blankets, toiletries, and cash.
Proceeds will be donated to the victims of the monstrous and historic typhoon  “Yolanda” and to those affected  by the earthquake.

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Southville U.S. Work & Travel Participants are “Employees of the Month”

With the school’s mission to prepare students to be globally competitive at an early age, 3 Southville college students were given the “Best Employee” title during their paid on-the-job training experience in various companies in the United States of America recently. These students are Jhem Allah – a Tourism senior who worked at Nags Beach in North Carolina, Priyanka Sogi, also a Tourism student who earned the recognition as well as she worked at the Houston Zoo in Hoston, Tezas; and Ron Laurel, an Entrepreneurship senior who worked at the Aquatics Department of Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin.
The U.S Work
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Southville Inaugurates Business Center and Travel Agency

In line with its goal to keep up with the world on business and travel, officials of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC – College of Business Administration and Tourism and special guests took part in the symbolic ribbon cutting ceremony formally introducing its Business Research & Innovation Center (BRIC) and Travel Agency Office (TAO) at the 3rd floor of its Tropical Building along Tropical Avenue, Las Piñas.
The two facilities are specially designed for the learning and use of students engaging in entrepreneurship and tourism. Once fully implemented, each facility will encourage learners to prove themselves not just
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Southville Holds Psychology Olympics

The College of Psychology commemorated Psychology Day by having a “Psychology Olympics” held at the Luxembourg Gym recently.

Students and mentors headed by the Dean, Mr. Ruel Cajili, shared together a hearty feast and enjoyed sports festivities with games such as basketball, patintero, sack-race among others.

Done to create a brotherly & sisterly bond among Psychology students, the event also recognized students who made impact in academics, sports, and other fields.

To cap-off the event, students watched a hair-raising film entitled “The Call” which was shown in the campus’ Mini-Theater and was followed by Closing Remarks from Dean Cajili. [Read more]

International Baccalaureate CAS Camp Empowers IB Students

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program students held their Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS) Camp recently at the ABS-CBN Eco-Village in Iba, Zambales.
Among the CAS projects were hands-on farmwork involving sustainable natural agriculture, poultry, vermiculture, dairy and mango farming. Other projects of a less strenuous nature involved arts and crafts activities. The participants got the chance to go kayaking and river wading in the Cabatuhan River, and conducted teach-ins and integration with the residents of the Loob Bunga Resettlement Community.
The students learned to reach beyond themselves and their books and at the same time, developed their citizenship skills.
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