“You got big dreams? You want fame?”
After five years we were given a chance to hear those memorable lines again as the Introduction to Theater Arts class staged a modern adaptation of the musical Fame last year at the Luxembourg Hall of Southville International School and Colleges.
Fame is an 80s American musical film which follows the life of a group of performing arts students over four years in art school. The film’s popularity gave rise to adaptations on television and stage as well as its latest film remake in 2009.
This year’s version of Fame was based on … [Read more]
Yumee Kang of Senior High School won the grand prize in the Young Sung Painting Contest sponsored by the Korean Cultural Center in Seoul, South Korea.
She received her certificate of merit last July from Ambassador Jae Shin Kim of the Korean Embassy in the Philippines.
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Paloma U. Zobel, having the idea to build a platform for the Filipino youth where they can come together and voice out their ideas, founded IDEA’YALA – an innovative challenge for the young minds to come up with an idea that will shape the future of the mall.
From over 40 schools nationwide, 175 teams (800 individuals) participated and voiced out their ideas. Southville Students were blessed to have been given the opportunity to join and be a part of the IDEA’YALA challenge. ISHAVISION, composed of marketing management students Jan Rasia Laurel, Hosen Balbontin, Jan Dalawampu, and Joenard Caballero, was … [Read more]
Jeremie Keon Torralba of Grade 4 Humility won back-to-back awards in international mathematics competitions held in Hongkong.
He ranked 3rd in the 10th Asia Cup Stars of the Olympic Math Finals, and won a special award in the Hua Cup International Olympics Mathematics (Hong Kong Macau Region) Final Competition.
A member of the Mathematics Trainers Guild of the Philippines, Keon passed the rigid selection of the Mathematics Development Academy of the Philippines. His remarkable performance in their series of training programs qualified him to represent the Philippines together with other Filipino qualifiers.
“We are very proud of Keon. He is … [Read more]
Late Childhood to Adolescence is a transition period for students wherein they want to fit in and at the same time express their individuality. Non-conforming to parental standards, plus creating cliques, it’s also phase in which they experience problems, different ranges of emotions and inner angsts as well. Though, they have their peers around them who can give them a shoulder to cry on (deep inside them, even if they don’t admit it) they need a parental figure who would understand them, a lending ear to hear them out and guide them to the right path.
Being aware of this, … [Read more]
Holding the 2009 Over-All Championship Title of International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC), Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) ruled over Global Jaya International School (GJIS) in the Volleyball and Basketball Girls and Boys Division in the Asian International Schools Conference (AISAC) held in Indonesia recently.
Exclusively open to the two founding international schools (SISC and GJIS), AISAC is aimed to be a premiere sports competition among international schools in Asia, preferably accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO).
“At present, SISC is dominating the International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) which is our … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges organized an Arts & Crafts workshop at Fully Booked Alabang Town Center last September 12, 2015. Children of all ages attended and enjoyed the activities prepared by SISC Art teachers. The participants learned how to create bookmarks and do origami. The Arts & Crafts workshop is only the first in SISC’s “Learn the Southville Way at Fully Booked” series of activities that exhibits our brand of high quality international education.
For the complete schedule of “Learn the Southville Way at Fully Booked” activities, please click on the link below:
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xSouthville brings its quality international education to Fully Booked Alabang Town Center!
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In line with its mission to develop qualified graduates who are responsive to the needs of a highly competitive business environment, the College of Business Education and Tourism (CBET) announced the offering of a new program Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology effective School Year 2015 – 2016. The course produces a new breed of specialists known Accounting Technicians. These individuals assist the accounting professional in maintaining the financial records of clients, verifying, and processing them into various forms that would serve the purpose for which they have been prepared for.
On the importance of the role of the Accounting … [Read more]
The Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS_ recently held a Leadership Transformation Workshop and Elections (LTWE) at The Manila Ocean Park, Luneta, Manila. Representing the JPCS-SISC Chapter were Miguel Antonio Ventura (President), Kristine Lopez (VP for Internal Affairs), Diana Navarro (VP for External Affairs), Schenine Tan (Secretary), Joy Lingaya (4th Year Level Representative), and JPCS adviser Mr. Jun Mendoza along with the Dean of Information Technology, Ms. Lynne Abanil.
The seminar consisted of different lecture series regarding success stories of different fields of Information Technology and the possible careers in the IT industry. Among the seminar speakers were Mr. Leo Querubin, … [Read more]