Southville New Parents and Students’ Orientation 2013

Southville International School and Colleges held the “New Parents and Students’ Orientation” at the Luxembourg Gym recently.

SISC President Dr. Marl Ferenal delivered the Welcome Remarks while Vice-President for Academic Affairs Dr. Marjorie S. Gutierrez-Tangog gave the General Overview. Then SISC Principal Ms. Marivic Suarez introduced the Officers, Subject Area Heads and Level Facilitators for Academic Year 2013-2014. Sung Won Hong, an alumnus, gave a testimonial about the School

In the second part of the program, the parents were oriented on School Curriculum Innovations, Special Academic Programs, School Policies, School Calendar and Activities, the 5c’s of Success, Expected Schoolwide Learning … [Read more]

Southville Educates the Community on Environment

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) hosted recently a forum with the chairpersons, presidents, and administrators of village associations in the cities of Muntinlupa, Las Piñas, and Parañaque.

The event gathered village leaders in an afternoon of sharing of insightful ideas on community involvement, specifically in combating environmental problems. Engr. Ramon Fernandez, Village Manager of Ayala Alabang Village Association (AAVA), talked on Excellent Village Management Practices, with focus on governance, security, community development, and disaster preparedness. On the other hand, Ms. Willa Freah Tac-an, Board Secretary of the Cittadella Executive Village Homeowners Association (CEVHAI) and the Chairperson of its Education … [Read more]

Business Students Celebrate BSBA Days

The Southville International Junior Marketing Association (SMA), together with the Southville Leaders of the Generation’s United Entrepreneurship (LEAGUE), spearheaded the celebration of BSBA days last January 26-28, 2011.
With the theme “Assessing Best Practices and Innovation in Business,” the College of Business Administration held fun activities like Volleyball and Basketball meets, games for “Best Business Idea”, and an Amazing Race.

There were also reinforcement discussions on business theories. A lecture-forum on the best practices to make a business succeed was conducted by Mr. Oscar Aragon, President of New Market Link Pharmaceuticals. Another informative talk about techniques to become a successful … [Read more]

Southville International School and Colleges receives IiP Gold award

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) was one of the proud recipients during the Investors in People (IiP) Awarding Ceremony held last November 27, 2015 at St. Luke’s Medical Center, Taguig. What made it more rewarding is that SISC is the first organization in Asia to go straight to GOLD and the only school among 8 different industries to receive the award.

IiP or Investors in People has set the standard for better people management since 2001. The Standard defines what it takes to lead, support and manage people well for sustainable results. (Source:

The event was not merely … [Read more]

SGEN Community embracing the new ISO 9001:2015 Risk-Based Thinking for advancement and globalization

A seminar-workshop on “Quality Management System Introductory and Understanding of the New Requirements of ISO / DIS 9001:2015” was held at Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) last June 26, 2015 with Engr. Jayzer L. Aquino, (ISO 9001 Consultant and Lead Auditor) as the resource speaker. The participants were internal quality auditors from the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) schools: SISC, South Mansfield College, Stonyhurst Southville International School (SSIS) – Malarayat, and SSIS – Batangas.

The seminar focused on the transition from the ISO 9001:2008 Standard to the ISO 9001:2015 Risk-Based Thinking. Engr. Aquino mentioned essential key changes to the … [Read more]

Victor Volunteer

Karyl May Gebeck from Chicago, Illinois, was a high school senior in 2001 when the twin towers in New York City fell down. She, along with millions around the world, watched in shock and sorrow the deaths of thousands of people and their loved ones. She remembered how she wanted to be in the midst of everything then, and help anyone she could. “That was the time that I knew, I wanted to be a health care provider”, Karyl shares.
In 2009, Karyl was working in a cancer research lab, but her sense of fulfillment is missing. With the able … [Read more]

SISC Basketball Team Snags Hoop Title

The SISC Boys Basketball team went all the way to the championship round and clinched the crown of the recently concluded Interscholastic Sports Association (ISSA) basketball tournament. The Monarchs upended Faith Academy – Manila in the finals held last February 4, 2012.
Now on its third season, ISSA is an association of top private schools that features high school and middle school boys and girls teams competing in volleyball, basketball, chess, table tennis, and badminton. [Read more]

Southville Tourism Students Post 100% Pass Rate in Amadeus Exam

Continuing a tradition of excellence, BS Tourism students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) once again posted a 100% passing rate in the Amadeus World Certification Examination. The successful examinees are Bianca Elyz Clemente, Marie Jo Palado, Sarah Jane Amakawa, Candy Laine Velando, Marc Oñate, Reynaldo Sison, and Beanchie Marie Satou.

SISC has an integrated Amadeus training course in its BS Tourism curriculum. Amadeus is a Computer Reservation System used globally to book a range of travel services such as flights, hotels and car hires. It is today’s leader in terms of market share worldwide, majority of which comes … [Read more]

TOPS Awardees announced

Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) through the Responsive Educational Assistance Program (REAP) recently awarded scholarship grants to high school graduates (AY 2012-2013) from public, private and science high schools who topped the Search for the Top Outstanding Performing Students (TOPS).

Topping the search is Ardonuel T. Bautista of Las Piñas Science High School who is now on full scholarship in Southville International School and Colleges (SISC). Other awardees who were given 50% to 100% discount on tuition and other fees are Joseff L. Perez, Ralph Lauren T. Abainza, Zymar Z. Timtim, Rosemae M. Gatilogo, Nicolette D. Bautista, Alexander L. Jr. … [Read more]

Southville alumna graduates from college with flying colors

Southville HS Alumna Alyanna Ong graduated with a double degree in Applied Economics and Management of Financial Institutions at De La Salle University-Manila with the following awards:

• Honorable Mention
• Outstanding Thesis
• Athletic Award

In an article she wrote in The Lasallian, the student publication of DLSU, Alyanna shared how thankful she is of her parents. She said, “What a journey it has been and I have no regrets. It was worth all the hardships and sacrifices. Not everyone knows how my parents were there every step of the way. Ever since my Southville days, to my RP … [Read more]