The College of Education continues its outreach Secondary to Tertiary Education Pathing Program (STEPP) to the senior students of Captain Abet Aguilar National High School. The outreach program which started in 2010 aims to help public high school students pass the entrance examination of Colleges and Universities of their choice. Faculty members from the College of Education and General Education Department are assigned to teach English, Mathematics, Sciences, and Humanities. Education faculty and students also teach Sign Language to special students with hearing disabilities. For academic year 2014-2015 the STEP Program will be extended to CAA Annex, Narra St. corner … [Read more]
Fresh from being featured in ABS-CBN’s special documentary Batang Henyo,Svetlana “Aika” Riguera of Grade 6-Perseverance will now join the newest batch of Junior Inquirer Snoops. Junior Inquirer (JI), the pioneering and multi-awarded news magazine for children that comes out every Sunday with the Philippine Daily Inquirer, selected Aika after she passed the application test and interview. As one of the kiddie reporters who will go on press coverage, do reviews, and write for the newspaper supplement, Aika will undergo enhancement training to become the best writer and print journalist she can be.
Quality Education is Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) brand of service for 24 years now. The institution has engaged different certifying bodies to ensure that quality service is rendered to students, and that no child is left behind in learning. SISC has been an ISO 9001:2008 accredited institution for a decade now.
To ensure that the organization is sustaining its international standards, SISC had its ISO 3rd party surveillance audit last February 20, 2015. Top Management warmly welcomed the ISO 9001 Lead Auditor Mr. Ramoncito Puyat, together with ISO 9001 Auditors Ms. Grace Balo Balo, Mr. John Faustorilla and … [Read more]
There was a mixture of emotion and slight disappointment on face of the 22 year old Gino Paulo I. Santos, a Southville High School Alumnus, when he placed 6th in the 2014 Licensure Examination for Physical Therapy (PT).
“I was really aiming for first place. If you want to make it big, you have to think big,” exclaimed Gino.
Realizing though how a feat it was that among more than 700 examinees, only 350 passed and he made it to top 6, Gino has nothing but overwhelming joy especially that he only had less than two months to review due … [Read more]
Basic Education students from Southville International School and Colleges are listed in the Topnotchers in the Standards-Based Assessment in English and Math for the Academic Year 2012-2013. Kudos to the following students: Grade 1 – Won Taek Lee, Raven Briana Maat, Lauren Mattea A. Masilungan (for English). Won Taek Lee also topped the Math assessment for his grade level. For Grade 3 Math, Gwyneth Margaux Tangog got an excellent mark as well.
Asian Psychological Services and Assessment Inc. (APSA) recognizes students who are able to get the highest mean scaled ability score in English, Math, and Science from Grades 1 … [Read more]
The International Students Night with the theme, It’s more fun in Southville, was held at Luxembourg Gym on 2 July 2015. The event was attended by 53 international students. The objective of the event was to foster the smooth transition of our students from their country of origin to the Southville International School and Colleges community. The event was likewise our way of welcoming the new international students.
The event was hosted by Kevin Raqueno and Joed Legayada. To foster a sense of belongingness and to create friendship among the international students, they opened the event with an activity – … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges, through the College of Business headed by Dr. Vic Manabat, in collaboration with The Capital Markets Institute of the Philippines Inc. (CMIP), organized a 2-day seminar that ran from April 20-21 on Basic Stock Market Investing for High School, College Students, and Professionals held at SISC’s School of the Future in the Luxembourg Campus.
Twenty-two participants, composed of students, housewives, teachers, insurance agents, and retirees, showed interest in earning money through the Stock Market, attended the first run of the seminar.
SISC and CMIP President, Dr. Marl V. Ferenal’s message, was followed by the lecture … [Read more]
Senior Psychology students from Southville International School and Colleges attended the seminar on Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder or DSM-5 last July 22, 2013 at the St. Dominic College of Asia in Bacoor, Cavite.
The seminar was well-attended by schools with psychology programs south of Manila. The resource speaker was Ateneo de Manila University’s visiting professor Dr. Roger Dale Davis from University of Florida, USA who oriented participants in the morning session on “DSM-5: What’s New and Why?” In the afternoon, the students chose the workshops they were interested in such as “Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: Making Sense of Why Pain … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges takes pride in congratulating John Ross “Joross” Gamboa, AB Communication student, for winning the Best Supporting Actor Award in the 2012 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival. Cinemalaya is a film competition and festival that aims to encourage the creation of new cinematic works by Filipino filmmakers – works that boldly articulate and freely interpret the Filipino experience with fresh insight and artistic integrity.
Joross played the role of Bertong Baka, an out-of-school youth who is quiet but filled with angst, in the film Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino. This full-length indie film, which falls under … [Read more]
College of Education recently hosted SPED Olympics 2013.
Formally opened by the Dean of Education, Dr. Virginia O.Caneo, the event encouraged children with special needs to participate in sports. It aimed to enhance the self-esteem of its participants and develop friendships among them. Another purpose of the said activity was to promote social capability which is of utmost importance to children who are mentally challenged to improve their social functioning.
Students from Alabang Elementary School SPED Center as well as “Here we Grow School” were invited to join the different games prepared by the EDUC students. The games were “planting … [Read more]