Hikaru Murakami of Grade 10 may not be good in sports or outstanding in the performing arts, but her photography skills have captured the hearts and approval of the editorial staff of Vogue Italia which published her photos, Sun Kissed and Two Sides, in Photo Vogue, the new website section of the magazine.
“I started photography when I was in Grade 8. I was amazed with the photos in Flckr and thought of doing it myself. I grabbed my dad’s SLR and the rest is history,”shares Hikaru on how she developed her passion in photography.
Hikaru started studying in … [Read more]
The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) grounds will be lit by a procession of colorful Christmas lanterns as the school celebrates its annual Lantern Parade on December 3, 2012, 6:00 pm, in Luxembourg Campus.
The event aims to bring together members of the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) together as it requires their active participation in terms of their creativity and collaboration to produce artistic and meaningful Christmas lanterns, thus, strengthening community spirit in a festive atmosphere. Lanterns were created throughout the past week by SISC students, organizations, and members of SGEN with each lantern designed in the form … [Read more]
The Philippine Red Cross – Las Pinas Subchapter with the Red Cross Youth Advisers League recently conducted the 1st RCY (Red Cross Youth) Induction Camp inside the grounds of the Mary Immaculate Parish – Nature’s Church located in Moonwalk Village, Las Pinas City. Eighteen (18) Executive Officers and Committee Heads of the College Red Cross Youth (Southville Council) headed by Council president and Vice-president BS Nursing senior Ms. Eselle Ker and 1st year SPED student Ms. Samantha Ramirez respectively, participated in the overnight camp where they lead and took part in team building, skills building and camaraderie enhancing activities. Towards … [Read more]
MALACA (Mental ability, Academic achievement, Leadership, Athletics, Creativity, Arts) is Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) concept of student giftedness. Founded in 1990 as a school for the gifted, SISC has made a commitment to develop learners whose knowledge levels surpass that of their peers in other academic institutions.
To support this initiative, the Vision And Tasks (V.A.T.) Circles were formed to address the Mental Ability and Academic Achievement areas of MALACA. Students with high mental ability or achievement scores are grouped according to levels in the V.A.T. Circles, and are given special enrichment lessons in critical thinking, analysis, … [Read more]
Emerging entrepreneurs Ethelbirth Ignacio III, Juan Miguel Antonio de Leon IV, and Dan Allen Lomeda, all Southville BS Entrepreneurship students hurdled first in the recently held Business Plan Competition sponsored by the College of Business and Tourism.
Their business, HASHTAG, allows clients to express their creativity and passion through designing their own shirts which the company will print using top of the line materials.
“It was superb experience listening to the students defending their business plans. This is empowering them and I am very hopeful that these youths will be able to apply what they have learned in the industry. … [Read more]
Juan Antonio Tuason of HS III-Patriotism was recognized as one of the semi-finalists in the 2011 International Songwriting Competition (ISC). His song “California” was chosen out of 16,000 entries coming from 115 countries around the world.
The International Songwriting Competition is one of the largest songwriting and music contests in the world providing aspiring and established songwriters an opportunity to have their songs heard in the professional, international arena. … [Read more]
Communication students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recently organized a career seminar entitled “Media Talk: Career Opportunities in the Communication and Multimedia Arts Industry.” Several guest speakers who have made significant contributions in the media industry graced the event to inspire the young audience with the careers that await them as media practitioners.
Ms. Patty Laurel, TV personality, commercial model and host, and Mr. Ed Montilla, radio broadcaster and operations manager of Manila Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) gave inspiring pieces of advice on the challenges one has to go through before making it to the ‘limelight’.
Mr. … [Read more]