The Asian Federation of Student Leaders held a conference entitled Inspire, Empower, Engage: “Equipping the Filipino Youth Leaders Towards a Competitive ASEAN Integration” last February 29, 2016 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm at Southville International School and Colleges.
Ms. Aika Robredo, eldest daughter of the late Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary, Jesse Robredo and Vice Presidential candidate Leni Robredo, graced the event with an insightful and eye-opening keynote address. A notable point in Aika’s speech was the importance of having a clear vision of one’s self. She said, “Having a clear vision of who you are … [Read more]
To strengthen institutional pride through innovation and research, the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) recognized the research, special project and Total Quality Management (TQM) awardees during the Year-Long Educational Series attended by all SGEN member schools. They were chosen by the Productivity and Quality Steering Committee, together with Top Management representatives, as essential innovations for Academic Year 2014-2015.
Congratulations to all the awardees!
SPECIAL PROJECT AWARDEES
Stonyhurst Southville International School – Malarayat Campus
“As much as I can” Story Book (A Story of 5Cs)
Michael Edison Geronimo
Mariel Glenn Leyesa
Apple Jane Mailig
Roy Cedric Recede
Althea … [Read more]
The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) visited Southville International School and Colleges for the accreditation of BS Psychology and other 4 programs. Part of the accreditation is the plenary with the students in which accreditors asked questions to the representatives of each degree. Most of the questions thrown by the accreditors were about the relevance of their respective courses in developing competent professionals in the future. Dr. Evangeline Cabe, accreditor for the degree of BS Psychology, asked the Psychology students what they can perform using the knowledge taught to them in various subjects. Psychology students … [Read more]
The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Model United Nations (MUN) delegation returned from the 8th International Model United Nations Conference in Beijing, China with the top awards as the only Philippine representative. The following are the awards received by SISC students: John Jake Worden (Best Delegate), Alexander Therese Derpo (Outstanding Delegate), Jee Seung Hong (Outstanding Delegate) and Sungyu Kwon (Honorable Mention).
They joined more than 200 delegates from 83 schools around the world at CITIC Grand Epoch City from August 3 – 6, 2015. The meet seeks to provide an unparalleled educational experience for talented secondary school students as … [Read more]
Worthwhile Weekend Programs (WWP) are part of Southville International School and Colleges’ enrichment activities for its students and other interested parties. Learning extends beyond the four walls of the classroom as participants get to be taught a new knowledge or skill.
The WWP academic offerings include Enhancement Programs in Math, English as Second Language (ESL) for Non-English Speaking Foreign Students, Basic Chinese, Basic French, Basic and Advanced Computer and Research Writing.
For the sports buffs, there are classes in Chess, Karate, Taekwondo, Basketball and Football. For the art aficionados, Art classes, Guitar lessons and Baking and Decorating sessions are also … [Read more]
The US-based Educational Testing Service (ETS), developer of the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) test, recently certified SISC educators Phi Anh De Castro, Josephine dela Peña, and Ailene Fulgencio as TOEIC PROPELL instructors and English ambassadors. They finished an intensive workshop held in Vietnam where they learned the latest updates on the test, teaching tips, teachable strategies for achieving the best score, how to effectively integrate more activities into TOEIC test practice course, and recommendations on the most up-todate and appropriate course materials.
TOEIC scores are used by organizations around the world to hire, place, and promote employees … [Read more]
After making waves as a CCP full ballet scholar, Joanna Mari B. Marcelo, a second year I.N.N.O.V.E. Southville student, is now blooming to become the country’s next teen super model.
Competing against equally beautiful and iconic Fashionista from different private schools and universities in the recently held 100 Teens Fashionista of Metro Manila, Joanna swept other contestants and was named one of the twenty five semi-finalists. She also received the Teen Fashionista Discovery of the Year and the Media Personality Special Awards.
Organized by Innovision Entertainment Production, the event is a model search for the best Filipino patriotic inspired dresses … [Read more]
Maia Isobel Masilungan of Gr. 7 – Resilience is the winner in the 4th Children On-the-Spot Chemistry Poster Making Competition organized by the Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies recently. A total of 34 Grades 6-7 students from 17 schools joined the contest that focused on the children’s view of the role of chemistry in their lives and their appreciation for it. Masilungan’s work is now submitted as finalist for the national award.… [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) is known for bringing high quality international education and it’s time to bring it to the next level. We all know how much the Internet influences the world today; it has been a source of information for students as well as for professionals in almost every aspect of their lives. As part of SISC’s mission to equip learners with the 5Cs and to develop them to become movers of society, Southville International School and Colleges launched its very first school blog.
The Southville Monarchs Blog’s target audience is students and parents. For parents, it … [Read more]
The Mathematics Trainers’ Guild Philippines recognized five Southville students who are among the top scorers in the MTC Mathematical Challenge for Filipino Kids Training Program (MCFKTP). The students are the following:
1. Estaban, Alexi Mariela, Grade 3
2. Hyung, Jin Yoon, Grade 3
3. Maat, Raven Breanna, Grade 4
4. Tangog, Gwyneth, Grade 6
5. Choi, Jun Ho, Grade 7
6. Maat, Rueben Byron, Grade 7
According to the Mathematics Trainers’ Guild, the aforementioned students are qualified to join the 2016 Young Mathematicians’ In-House Intensive Training Program (YMIITP) that will be held in Baguio City on March 26-29, 2016 for … [Read more]