To strengthen the school’s reading program and to develop in our students, teacher, and all personnel the love for reading, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) has institutionalized the Uninterrupted Sustained Silent Reading (U.S.S.R.). In this activity, everyone in school drops whatever he/she is doing and reads as soon as the U.S.S.R. bell rings. This is done twice a month at a specified day and time. To support the program, a reading nook and mini-library have been set up in every classroom.
The first U.S.S.R. for Academic Year 2011-2012 held last June 27, 2011 was commendable. The students, teachers, and … [Read more]
The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Library hosted the Philippines-ASEAN Library Tourism & Hospitality (Fusion Conference Series 2015) last October 22-23, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Mini Theater. The event, attended by librarians from other institutions, was intended to help libraries in the promotion and marketing of services as well as in expanding their network. Furthermore, it “aims to infuse industry concepts to library management to better and professionalize services of library personnel and other information specialists,” said Mr. Roderick Ramos, Southville’s Library Coordinator.
Insightful topics of discussion at the conference included “Internationalizing Philippine Library … [Read more]
BSN Class of 2016 took on a novel challenge as sophomore students finishing their Summer term, when they actively organized a groundbreaking health promotion and wellness seminar entitled “Breaking Bad: The Lifestyle of Generation Y” held last Thursday, May 29, 2014 at the MPH, College Building. In attendance were the entire BSN Level I students, who were the target population for the health education activity. Also present were Dean Carmel Villegas and members of the faculty Ms Grace Fe Tomas, Ms. Ma. Isabelle Pascual.
The event was a sweet achievement for these aspiring nurses who collaborated and worked hard to … [Read more]
Basic Education students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) got into the spirit of friendly competition through the intramurals held on September 21, 2012 for Grade School and September 24 – 25, 2012 for High School. The events were basketball, volleyball, soccer, dodge ball, badminton, and obstacle relay which allowed the students to exhibit their athletic skills and their sportsmanship to spectators. Highlighting the whole affair was the cheer dancing competition where more than 150 cheer dancers from high school division participated.
The intramural sports competition provided a healthy, social outlet for the release of the students’ energies and … [Read more]
The High School III Regular Filipino students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) watched Gantimpala Theater’s staging of “Kanser: Noli Me Tangere” at Cinema 3 of SM Southmall last September 14, 2012. The students developed a better understanding and appreciation of the novel after watching the play’s creative staging, powerful visuals, clear storytelling and moving music.
The students also looked beyond the entertainment value of the production to listen to Rizal’s message to the youth of all generations to be catalysts of positive change in society.… [Read more]
The Miss Philippines World Crown seems to be tailor-fit for Southville royal beauties.
In an epic moment last June 24, Miss World 2011 First Princess and Southville Foreign University (SFU) alumna Gwendoline Ruais crowned Miss Philippines World 2012 Queenierich Rehman, also an alumna of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC). Aside from the main title, Rehman also won Best in Swimwear, Miss Photogenic, Miss Talent, Miss Philippine Prudential, Miss World Traveler, Miss Pantene, and Miss AMAzing Beauty and Brains.
The 5’7’’ stunner is not a newbie to beauty pageants. She was a contender in last year’s Binibining Pilipinas, where she … [Read more]
Seven high school students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) and Stonyhurst Southville International School (SSIS), members of Southville Global Education Network (SGEN), represented the Philippines in the recently held Dubai, UAE, Model United Nations (MUN) participated in by more than 800 delegates from 30 countries around the world. SGEN delegates Karren Delgado, Sean Chiong Ajihil, Clarice Meneses, Nadine Sheik, Bora Sin, Ysabela Gabrielle Marasigan, and Neil Aldrin Paul Caraos stepped into the role of a political figure, discussed and debated current global issues, worked together to draft bills and resolutions, and experienced formulating policies with their peers from … [Read more]
More Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) students from Grade School and High School qualified to the Mathematics Trainers’ Guild (MTG) Young Mathematicians’ In-House Intensive Training Program after getting top scores in the MTG Mathematical Challenge for Filipino Kids Training Program.
The MTG Training Program provides participants the chance to enhance their mathematical skills by learning from top math experts and interact with fellow trainees from round the country in preparation for international math competitions. The additional successful SISC math whizzes are:
Grade 3: Abby Franco, Kyela Jose and Hyo Ku who got the highest scores among all other Grade … [Read more]
SISC is one of the selected schools in Metro Manila invited by the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) to send fourth year college students to undergo their on-the-job training/practicum under the ECCP’s Student Internship Program.
The program aims to expose students to the corporate world and train them to interact with foreign companies existing in the Philippines. This special internship program requires students to have:
Can work well under pressure and at the same time multitask
Broad research skills
The ECCP is a service-oriented organization whose main goal is to foster close economic … [Read more]
Fourth year BS Marketing student Gerard Andrei B. Deinla passed the Registered Marketing Professional (RMP) Certification Program of The Chartered Association of Marketing and Business Professionals (CAMBP) and Junior Achievement (JA) Philippines.
When asked how he felt upon passing the exam, Gerard responded, “I felt blessed and honored to be part of the few Registered Marketing Professionals here in the Philippines. I mean taking a 6 hour marketing exam developed by top marketing executives is intellectually stressful.” In preparation for the exam, Gerard used the review materials given by the organization to every participant. Aside from that, he also utilized … [Read more]