Southville Delegates Win Major Awards in International Model United Nations in Beijing

The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Model United Nations (MUN) delegation returned from the 9th International Model United Nations Conference in Beijing, China with the top awards as the only Philippine representative. Hyun Kim of the Grade 11 General Academic track was chosen Best Delegate of the Economic and Finance Committee while Dainyl Rouche Tolentino of Gr. 8 – Joy was also named Best Delegate of the General Assembly – Special Session Committee.

They joined more than 800 delegates from 100 schools around the world at Beijing Yanqi Lake International Convention Center from August 3 – 6, 2016. The … [Read more]

Seniors Dominate Southville Intramurals

Realizing the important role that recreation and fitness play in one’s personal development, the Basic Education Department held its intramurals recently providing an athletic outlet for Grades 3 – High School IV students. They competed in both competitive and recreational games including basketball, volleyball, soccer, dodge ball, badminton, and obstacle relay.

High School IV emerged as the Intramurals Overall Champion and won the coveted Cheerleading Cup. Declared Mr. and Ms. Intramurals of Grade School were Eli Rae Yan and Princess Mae Aguilar in Level 1 and Justine Cuevas and Hyo Sang Kwak in Level 2.

The SISC Intramurals encouraged the … [Read more]

South SEED-LPDH Offers Allied Medical Courses

With its excellent track record in the College of Nursing manifested by a consistent high passing rate in the Philippine Nursing Licensure Exam, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) opens a new school with Las Piñas Doctors Hospital (LPDH) named South SEED-LPDH College (SSLC) in academic year 2011-2012.

The initial course offerings of SSLC are the following allied health courses which have high yielding income and employability both locally and abroad:

• BS Medical Technology
• BS Radiologic Technology
• BS Pharmacy
• BS Midwifery


For more details regarding admission, call 829-1675 or 825-6374 (local 100).

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JS Prom Takes Place on February 18

February is a month SISC High School III & IV students look forward to with the holding of the traditional Junior-Senior Promenade. This year, the JS prom will be held at the Mandarin Oriental in Makati City on February 18, 2011 from 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Besides the fun and camaraderie, the event signals the “coming of age” of the participants as they step into “young adulthood” with its responsibilities. It is also an occasion for the juniors to salute the achievements of the seniors, while the senior students bequeath the mantle of leadership to the juniors.

A special
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Southville-IB Student’s Research Sparks Media Interest All over Asia

Christopher Mills, an International Baccalaureate student of Southville International School and Colleges, recently wrote a research on the Philippine economy that sparked media interest and discussion all over Asia.

Chris’ research was for a Math Internal Assessment for his year 2 in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program. He believes that his objective research on Philippine economy growth patterns will help him be accepted in Trent University, the second best school in Canada, where he plans to take up Finance.

Currently, Mr. Richard Mills, the father of Chris, has been receiving request for Chris’ paper from across Asia. He believes that … [Read more]

Southville Offers Tuition Fee Discounts

In celebration of Southville International School and Colleges’ 21st year of providing excellent international education, SISC is offering the following for Academic Year 2011-2012:

• No tuition fee increase in the Grade School and High School levels

• Entry level discounts for current SISC and incoming new students for Preschool, Grade 1 and High School I

• Cut rates for siblings from preschool to college starting with the 3rd child.

• On top of the entry level and sibling discounts, early enrolment discounts on the actual amount of tuition fee for qualified students who enroll on or before April 2,

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A New Breed of MDs

Southville International School and Colleges, College of Nursing has seen an escalating trend in students opting to pursue a double career by choosing the BSN as a pre med course. This year we are seeing the 4th batch of BSN graduates, who after obtaining their nursing license, continued on to medicine. Just like the previous sets of RN-MDs starting with the pioneer Class of 2007, Dr. Jacquelyn Chan, Dr. Charmagne Bato, Dr. Jordanne Barrientos and Dr. Bianca Evangelista who are now actively practicing in their areas of specialization. Last August 26, 2015 a new set of SISC RNs from BSN … [Read more]

Southville-Innove Alumna Headlines University Golf Scene

Southville International School and Colleges – INNOVE Education Solution alumna Abegail Arevalo is the rising superstar of the San Jose State University Golf Team. In her school’s latest foray, Abby finished 6th out of 45 contenders, and 1st in her school’s golf roster, in the Mountain West Conference Championship last April 18-20, 2016.

In her email, she excitedly announced to her friend, Miss Anjer, that she was finally number 1! And she was! She was the 1st finisher of their school roster and she finished 6th overall in recent conference. She also expressed that her success is due to her … [Read more]

Valedictory Speech of Svetlana Riguera (Grade School Class 2012)


Dr. Marl Ferenal, our President; Ms. Avic Suarez, our Principal; Mr. Paolo Reyes, our guest speaker; the administration, faculty and staff; parents and guests; my fellow graduates; good morning to all of you!

March 30, 2012. I think we will all agree that this day is definitely not ordinary. Today, we acknowledge the people met, the lessons learned, the tears shed, the laughter relished, and the memories made in our six years as elementary students. Today, we show our teachers, our parents, and most importantly ourselves that we’re no longer children. Today we show the world that we are … [Read more]

An Easy Fix

The clamor of students on an early Saturday morning is pretty hard to miss. I walked into the Lux Hall on that very Saturday, still pretty hung up on the last few minutes (or hours) of sleep I could have gotten if I didn’t have to attend CAS. Needless to say, after gorging on a Mcdonald’s breakfast and lazily walking to the hall in an attempt to wake myself up, I was anything but excited or energized.

I was tired.

And it seemed that everyone else around me was, too. Lazy students bringing out their phones and sitting haphazardly on … [Read more]