“It might be cheesy, but I have always lived by these lines from the pledge; ‘to become leaders and movers of society’, ‘facite diferentiam’, and ‘one team’. Doing my job as a Guest Service Officer is nowhere close to being a leader yet, but in my own way, I apply it when I am training my peers as I am their senior. I try to teach them as much as I can and guide them,” Pauline said
“Southville’s Poor Urban Child (PoUCh) was a program that made an impact in … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges announces the on-going construction of the TREX Global Residences, an SISC dormitory located at 585 J. Aguilar Ave., Pamplona III, Las Piñas City.
Only a 5-minute walk from the school, the Trex has 9 rooms, a swimming pool, and state-of-the-art amenities such as cable TV, DSL connection, CCTV cameras and motion-censored alarms for security purposes.
“Because we are an International School, we want Southville to be accessible to everyone-foreign and local students alike, such as those living in the nearby provinces like Laguna and Cavite, as well as nearby cities of Makati and Manila,” said … [Read more]
“Each person has a different intellectual composition.”
– Howard Gardner
Frames of Mind (1983)
Through the years, the definition on what intelligence is has been on a broader scope. Human competencies are now based on more diverse combination of traditional and non-traditional intelligence including interpersonal, intrapersonal, musical, spatial, and kinesthetic that were long overlooked. Educational institutions especially international schools in the Philippines should find ways on how to apply these multiple intelligences in the classroom.
There are advantages perceived to be connected with enrolling in an international school and we listed some below.
The Existential Intelligence group is sensitive … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) has successfully partnered with Center for Pop Music Philippines (CPMP), the country’s leading school for pop singing. CPMP’s Voice and Stage Performance classes will be part of Southville’s Worthwhile Weekend Programs held every Saturday commencing January 2016. Center for Pop will conduct the Voice and Stage Performance classes using the same training style and lessons that are taught in CPMP branches nationwide. The Voice and Stage Performance Training Program will cover Intro to Pop Singing, Stage Deportment and Discipline, and Intro to Stage Performance among others.
For inquiries on the Voice and Stage Performance … [Read more]
The annual General Assembly for College students organized by the Office of Student Affairs was held last June 27, 2011 at the Luxembourg Gym. Similar to a welcome get-together, the assembly kicks off the academic year by gathering all college students for the orientation on discipline policies, student organizations, school programs, and campus security measures.
The event started with an unfreezing activity spearheaded by the Student Council and selected students. Dr. Marl Ferenal, SISC President, then delivered his welcome remarks, challenging all of those present to strive for excellence. This was followed by the presentation of the College Deans by … [Read more]
Six high school students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) participated in the Science Summer Camp 2016 held at the National University of Singapore (NUS) last July. The program intended to inculcate a lifelong fascination for science as the participants engage NUS professors in lecture series, perform and-son workshops at state-ofthe-art laboratories and visit highly specialized research labs.
Sofia Margarita Malvar of Grade 10 Commitment received a bronze medal in the Science Camp Quiz Bee. Also participating in the science camp were Hong Da Gyeong, Hong Dohee, Cassandra Hazel Hutchings, Giuliana Medina and Matthew Ezekiel Sybingco. They were … [Read more]
Svetlana Riguera (IB-1) of Southville International School and Colleges emerged as the champion in the secondary school category of the International New York Times (INYT) Writing Competition 2015. The participants were asked to write an article on the topic of global education and the entries were judged by INYT’s award-winning newsroom.
The INYT Writing Competition began in 2009 in Hong Kong as part of INYT’s InEducation program, which encourages students to engage with current affairs and become globally-minded by reading the daily newspaper. In 2015, the competition was expanded to include all of Asia.
Over two hundred entries from schools … [Read more]