Knowing that education is the best deterrent against substance abuse, Southville International School and Colleges’ Discipline Office recently held a Substance Abuse Prevention and Awareness Seminar last for Grades 8 – 11 students. Invited as facilitator was Dr. Bernard M. Regalado, Head of the Drug Testing Laboratory of Asia Pacific Medical and Diagnostics, Inc., and accredited physician of the Dangerous Drugs Board.
SISC’s combination of preventive education, strict monitoring, and nurturing environment has kept the campus drug free, and safe from this social problem. The school also adheres to Republic Act 9165 or The New Dangerous Drugs Law which … [Read more]
The College of Nursing of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) proudly congratulates its successful board passers in the July 2011 Philippine Nursing Licensure Exams:
Ablona, Keith Andrew
Alvarez, Charles Andrew
Balbin, Christine Jade
Bautista, Bianca Camille
Bautista, Mensie Marie
Bollina, Kae Lynn Kates
Calaycay, Jamie Lane
Calinisan, Angela Luz
Campos, Hazel Anne
Castro, Alyssa Marie
Cawili, Kaye Marisse
Chan, Marc Bryan
Delizo, Cyrus Ozziah
Dimayuga, John Miguel
Du, Chin Jean
Galvez, Maria Luz
Garcia, David Jason
Gervacio, Rizza Mae
Gorospe, Karl Vincent
Goza, … [Read more]
Book lovers, bookworms, bibliophiles, writers, bloggers, and literature lovers of Southville International School and Colleges are all set to give renowned columnist, writer, and talk show host Jessica Zafra a warm welcome on September 21, 2016 as she talks about “TEN CLASSICS FOR YOUNG ADULTS.”
Initiated by the SISC Library, the event is in support to the school’s commitment to promote reading, being the Center for Reading in the South. Further, it brings together people who share the same love for literature.
“We are happy that Ms. Zafra has blocked off her schedule for this symposium. This is an avenue … [Read more]
Sofia May Emerald Jumao-as of Grade 3 – Wisdom of Southville International School and Colleges reaped 6 gold medals and a trophy as the highest pointer in the Female Basic Category of the recent Skate Manila 2016 held at the SM Mall of Asia.
In a special correspondence, Sofia’s mother thanked Southville in expressing support and confidence in Sofia’s achievements.
In the previous years, Verniece Enciso had raised Southville’s flag in the ice skating scene, as she dominated ice events with grace and skill and brought home numerous medals and awards. Now, Sofia follows through Verniece’s footsteps as Southville’s new … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges once again hosted its annual open house where high school students from different schools were invited to join and take the college entrance exam for free. Psychology Society, the in-house organization of the College of Psychology, took part in the event by setting up its black and white themed booth that showcased psychological concepts and theories, and gave a summary of the Psychology program offered in Southville International School and Colleges.
Black and White Theme – Good Feedback
Different from the previous open houses, the Psychology Society decided to use the theme black and white … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) BS Nursing class of 2007 was the pioneer batch of nursing graduates from the College of Nursing. The batch was a blend of young college first coursers, transferees, and adult second coursers who all came to be part of the demand of the millennium for professional nurses all over the world. It was in 2003 when SISC, as a young growing college in the south, opened the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program envisioning to produce competent world-class nurses with a heart for service.
As SISC celebrates its Silver Anniversary this year, the … [Read more]
The Asian Federation of Student Leaders (AFSL) is inviting high school student leaders to the 2014 Youth Leadership Congress to be held on January 17-18at Southville International School and Colleges, Las Pinas. With the theme, “Empowering the Leaders of Tomorrow”, the Congress is open to all Dep-Ed accredited high schools. Each school may send 5-10 delegates accompanied by 1 faculty member. The Congress aims to inspire, energize and empower participants to understand the dimensions of leadership for a young leader, develop behaviors through the application of the three dimensions of leadership: Self, People and Task Management and apply day to … [Read more]
By Mary Therese Villafuerte-Barja
Employees and scholars of the Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) and its sister school Southville Foreign University (SFU) extended their collective hand to realize the objective of this year’s “Southville for Others” held at Barangay C.A.A., Las Piñas City last October 4, 2013. Composed of SISC faculty, staff and management in coordination with Barangay C.A.A leaders, the group beautified and repainted the façade walls of the barangay, conducted a medical mission for its residents (especially the senior citizens and persons with disabilities), conducted story-telling sessions, made book donations and planted ornamental plants along the streets.… [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges’ President, Dr. Marl V. Ferenal, recently shared his expertise on “Educating for the Future” from an educator’s point of view during the National Educators Summit on Teaching Entrepreneurship, a conference organized by entrepreneur and broadcaster, Dr. Carl Balita.
The 2-day event was participated by hundreds of practitioners from the academe and the industry.
Dr. Ferenal underscored the importance of having a business program in a school. “In Southville, we start financial education in the early years. This is in agreement with a saying from the al- time bestselling book that goes, “Train up a child … [Read more]
Adrian Mendoza and Romeo Say, Grade 6 students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), were named recipients of the Certificate of Distinction Award in the Upper Primary Division of the 2011 Australian Mathematics Competition. The award is given to students in the top 15% of each level and region.
Mendoza and Say successfully hurdled against other young mathematicians all over the world who took the competitive exam featuring thirty questions in arithmetic, algebra, geometry and problem solving.
More than 40 countries and around 600,000 participants made the Australian Mathematics Competition conducted by the Australian Mathematics Trust as the world’s … [Read more]