Celebrated Artists Join the Roster of SISC Multimedia Arts Faculty

Southville International School and Colleges’ quest for quality education continues with the hiring of two new award-winning faculty members for Multimedia Arts.


Ms. Rica Arevalo, whose film Ganap na Babae won an award for excellence in cinematography in the recently concluded Soho International Film Festival will be teaching Film Appreciation and Video Production to the Multimedia Arts students. Ms. Arevalo finished her bachelor’s degree at the De La Salle University with a degree in Communication Arts and her master’s degree Communication Management form the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.


Not only is she the first Filipina to receive

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Masscomm Students Join Blued Project

Seven Mass Communication students of Southville International School and Colleges joined The Blued Project, an inter-university design and marketing contest in search of Blued Clothing’s very first Stylepreneurs. They were Jahdiel Abigail Mae Gay, Clarissa Jean Torres, Monica Diaz, Nicollo Ramon Alessandro Lopez, Mary Camille Arce, Jaresa Felipe, and Bernard Lomibao.

Participants were asked to come up with an Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) campaign on how to promote the brand, and a design proposal for the clothing line. Other contenders are students from Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Lyceum of the Philippines University, and University of Sto.Tomas.

The presentation
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Southville Invites Students for its Science Week

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), together with the Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology, cordially invites grade school and high school students to participate in its forthcoming Science Week on March 1-4, 2011.
The first day of the weeklong program will feature a lecture forum in Biology and the opening of the interactive Science Exhibit provided by the Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology. The exhibition comprises of twenty attractions including a Van De Graff Generator. Expert tour guides will explain the underlying scientific principles behind these exhibits.

On the second day, there will be a lecture forum in

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Southville Represents Philippines in UN Simulation

Five High School students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) joined more than 200 delegates from 40 schools around the world at Georgetown University – School of Foreign Service’s 6th Model United Nations (MUN) conference held last February 3-6, 2011 at Doha, Qatar. The meet provided an unparalleled educational experience for talented secondary school students as they learned about international institutions and the democratic political process through an exciting role-playing experience.

The SISC delegation was composed of Jan Nathalia Atendido, Catherine Chiang, Arielle Nicole Papa, Hyun Ji Park and Jose Angelo Zulueta with their mentor, Mr. Erwin Ragadio. They

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Cancellation of Classes due to Typhoon Juan

The Department of Education (DepEd) NCR has suspended afternoon classes in Metro Manila from preschool to high school in both private and public schools upon the recommendation of National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council or NDRMMC. The following schedule will then be followed:

Levels Early Dismissal Schedule Assembly Area/Holding Area
Preschool 10:00 am Classrooms
Grades 1 and 2 11:00 am Lobby for Munich; Library for Elizalde
Grades 3 to 7 12:15 pm Lobby for Munich; Library for Elizalde
High School 1:15 pm Gym 1




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BoA joins SISC’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

The dialogue with the Board of Advisers (BoA) and the blessing of its office was one of the highlights during the celebration of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) 20th Foundation Anniversary last September 15, 2010. The occasion was graced by no less than the distinguished members of the Board of Advisers who are respected leaders of various industries.
The Board of Advisers was formally launched last year with the goal to bridge the gap between the industry and the academe which is aligned with the school’s pursuit of academic excellence.
The Board of Advisers of each college division was
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Understanding Multi-culturalism Key to Better World

Dressed in their national costumes with hearts filled with much enthusiasm and joy, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) International Baccalaureate (IB) 2 students were further given the challenge to use their education to reach out to people and help build a better world during the 5th Commencement Exercises held June 5, 2010 with Mr. Allan Farlin, Principal of Faith Academy in Mindanao, giving the keynote address.
With 26 years of teaching experience, Mr. Farlin shared words of wisdom to the graduates and talked about multi-culturalism and understanding with the theme “Sharing our Humanity.”
The highlight of the event
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DOST Lauds Southville Stude

Southville’s pride Timothy Gabriel Alarcon, a grade five student, is set to receive the coveted Youth Excellence in Science (YES) Award of the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) tomorrow at the PHIVOLCS Auditorium at UP Diliman.

Winning in the 2009 China Primary Math Olympiad held in Tianjin, China last August, Timothy qualified for the YES Award, an award given to Math and Science Whizzes from elementary to collegiate students across the country who won in international Science and Mathematics competitions.

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Typhoon Ondoy News Flash

Classes are suspended for all levels until Oct. 3, 2009 but the school is open for business. All SISC part time and full time employees are hereby required to report for work. Flexi-time may be observed by part time instructors. Uniform policy applies.

We are still accepting donations of canned goods, packed noodles, clothes, drinking water, etc. at the Luxembourg Campus thru Operation Paglingap, in cooperation with the concerned parent members of SISCPA, the Supreme Student Council and the Student Councils of College and High School. For more information, contact 825-6374, 820-8702, 820-8703 and 829-1675.

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South SEED-LPDH College: The Number One Allied Health School in the Southern Metro Manila

Having garnered the highest board passing rate way above the national passing rate in Medical Technology on September 2015 and March 2016 and Radiologic Technology on July 2016 among schools in Southern NCR, South SEED-LPDH College (SSLC) claims the title, number one allied health school south metro manila.

SSLC is a partnership between Southville International School and Colleges and Las Piñas Doctors Hospital that offers allied medical courses. Now on its sixth year of operation, SSLC is succeeding in producing more graduates who are excellent and committed in their jobs as well as ethical in their practices. [Read more]