Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint

The AB Communication IV students held their final outreach for their Integrated Marketing Communication subject on September 4, 2015. The venue was in Computer Lab 1. The topic is all about Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation.

The participants had their lunch in the School of the Future (SOF) before they began with their educational activities. Afterwards, they headed down to Comp Lab 1 for the lessons.

Jasper Yparraguirre’s group taught the students about the shortcuts in Microsoft PowerPoint. Afterwards, they prepared an activity to ensure that the participants really learned. Mark Compendio’s group presented next and after that, they had a Pinoy … [Read more]

AMAZING AT 25!

For 25 years, Southville International School and Colleges has been providing high quality international education.

Who would have thought that a small school that was first recognized as a “Special School for the Intellectually Gifted” with only two students 25 years ago, would grow to become one of the best international schools in the Philippines today? Southville’s journey to success was not a short and easy road but it was worth every challenge because it was then that Southville grew to be stronger and bolder. It is through the joint effort of everyone that comprises the Southville community that brought … [Read more]

Southville Welcomes Freshies With “College Freshmen Day”

Southville International School and Colleges gave freshmen a warm welcome as they enter a new school life.

With the theme “Oldies but Goodies” the welcome party featured performances from famous Broadway shows like “Wizard of Oz,” “The King and I, ” “Sound of Music,” “Hairspray,” “Mamma Mia,”“Grease” and “Phantom of the Opera.” The College of Psychology received accolade in its Phantom Performance receiving the Best Presentation Award.

Apart from showcasing their talents, the students were treated to party games like the longest line, the human portrait, and happy feet.  The College of Mass Communications and Multimedia Arts won as the … [Read more]

Southvile Monarchs Receive International Recognition

Two Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) students received high distinction certificates in the 2012 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) in Mathematics. Gen Mark Tanno (Grade 9) and Terrence Patrick Cabana (Grade 3) managed to be in the top 1percent of the said event.

Ms. Avic Suarez, SISC Principal, said, “Southville is very honored to have students who are excellent in Math, both from our Grade School and High School Department. This is a testament to Southville’s commitment to develop students who are competitive and committed to achieve.” Both Gen Mark and Terrence were awarded distinction in Math … [Read more]

AASHPI Holds 10th National Convention

With the theme, “HR Proactive Strategies during Challenging Times: A Decade of HR Value-Added Strategies and Innovation”, the Asian Association of School Human Resource Management Development Practitioners (AASHPI) held its 10th National AASHPI Convention last August 26-28, 2009 at the Waterfront Hotel in Cebu.  More than 150 school owners, deans, academic heads, educators, and HR practitioners participated in the event.

For inquiries on membership and other details, visit www.aashpi.org.… [Read more]

Multidimensional View on Learning

Learning is a multidimensional process. The dynamics and complexity of the educational system and the availability of improved learning materials and supplies due to technological advancements contributes on how learning is defined today.

Confidence and IndependenceLearners’ growth and development goes alongside with self-actualization. The capacity to acknowledge up to what extent their capabilities are and confidence in applying their own knowledge on daily actions are essential factors that constitute learning. It is only through taking risks, confidence and independence are best learned.

Creativity, Originality, ImaginationCreativity is an integral part of the learning process. It is a process by

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Psychology Day Highlights Camaraderie and Sportsmanship

The much awaited annual celebration of Psychology Day in Southville International School and Colleges was held last January 28, 2016. The program started with the opening ceremony featuring picture taking per year level, and the oath taking of the newly appointed Psychology Society officers.

The top 5 Psychology students who received certificates of recognition for the 1st semester of Academic Year 2015-2016 were Josefina Garcia from 2nd year, Angela Canales, Clark Chua, and Monika Mayugba from 3rd year, and Regine Flores from the graduating batch. All in all, there were 30 awardees from 1st year to 4th year.

The most … [Read more]

Psychology Society joins SISC’s 25th Year Anniversary

The Psychology Society and its members were active and enthusiastic participants in Southville International School and Colleges 25th Anniversary celebration. First, the organization successfully operated its carnival-themed booth that attracted several visitors, and helped it raise more funds for its future plans this Academic Year. Second, the Psychology students formed their cheering squad as they participated in the college’s first ever Cheer Dance Competition. After a series of late night practices for almost a month, the Psychology Department’s cheering squad placed 2nd against other participating courses. Their performance, stunts, and dance routines definitely gave the audience a breathtaking moment. There … [Read more]

College programs gain PACUCOA formal accreditation

The BS Nursing, BS Psychology, BS Information Technology, Bachelor of Elementary Education with specialization in Special Education, and BS in Business Administration programs of Southville International School and Colleges have recently been granted Level II Accredited Status by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA).  The programs were visited by the PACUCOA Accrediting Team last March 13 – 14, 2014 and were evaluated using the ten outcomes-based areas of Level II accreditation.  The ten areas focused on Philosophy and Objectives, Faculty, Instruction and Learning, Laboratories, Research, Library, Student Services, Social Orientation and Community Involvement, Physical Plant … [Read more]

Time Management Tips for Students

Students have a lot of going through their life. Too many projects, too many subjects to study, too many things to learn, too many terminologies to memorize, and you only have 24 hours per day. No wonder it’s never easy to manage your time effectively especially if you are studying in one of the international schools in Manila. .

Plan ahead of time.
As Benjamin Franklin put it, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” This is why before anything else, you need to plan ahead of time. List down all the things you need to do. … [Read more]