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]
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]
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]
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]
“I still remember that day when I first talked to Gen Mark back in Elizalde Campus when he was still five years old. I knew then that this student has a lot of potential in him and now that he is almost graduating from the IB Programme, I am very proud of what he has achieved and I know he will conquer greater heights,” said Ms. Mari Vic Suarez, Southville Basic Education Principal.
Gen Mark Tanno who is set to finish International Baccalaureate Programme this June has been offered admission to some of the Ivy League schools worldwide namely Bristol … [Read more]
After making waves as a CCP full ballet scholar, Joanna Mari B. Marcelo, a second year I.N.N.O.V.E. Southville student, is now blooming to become the country’s next teen super model.
Competing against equally beautiful and iconic Fashionista from different private schools and universities in the recently held 100 Teens Fashionista of Metro Manila, Joanna swept other contestants and was named one of the twenty five semi-finalists. She also received the Teen Fashionista Discovery of the Year and the Media Personality Special Awards.
Organized by Innovision Entertainment Production, the event is a model search for the best Filipino patriotic … [Read more]
To our Guest Speaker, school management, parents, teachers, friends, fellow graduates, ladies and gentlemen, good evening.
Today marks the culmination of our ultimate purpose; that is to graduate from high school. Although the path reaching this objective may not seem as an easy cakewalk for we have to endure tons of pillars of hard work, stay as night owls in doing our projects, assignments and making reviews for examinations. Truly this day we could say that finally we have made it. We have reached the summit of success by completing four years of high school transitioning into college life. We … [Read more]
Southville alumna wins an award at National Model United Nations
Southville high school alumna Ma. Charmaine Dayupay represented the Philippines in the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference held at Olomouc, Czech Republic last November 22-28, 2015. Representing the country of Estonia, Charmaine won “Honorable Mention Delegate. Among the estimated 16,000 students, she was one of the 18 delegates chosen to participate in the event from her university. On March 20-24, Charmaine will again represent the Philippines and her school in the NMUN-NY.
Charmaine graduated from high school in Southville in 2012. At present, she is taking up a pre-law … [Read more]