We have just celebrated the success of the students who have given their all in the past academic year. But, come to think of it, what exactly made it so that they could achieve their goals?
I’ve learned throughout my entire life in basic education that success is a two way street. If we decide to show our drive to achieve our goals, then in return success will chase after us. You see, in order to go beyond the limits, we need to have focus and passion for our aim; if you couple that with hard work and dedication,then surely … [Read more]
Ms. Malen Ibañez, Head of C.A.P.S., gives a preview of the department’s programs for AY 2015-2016.
The Counseling and Psychological Services or C.A.P.S. Department of Southville International School and Colleges offers a variety of programs to help the students of SISC adjust in the school setting, cope with any challenges and thrive to be vital members of the community through SISC’s twin thrusts Academic and Values Excellence and our mission, the 5C’s (Competence, Character, Collaboration, Creativity, and Commitment to Achieve).
This year we will be offering the following services:
• Routine, Intensive, Peer/Special Group Counseling
• Sponsorship Program for all … [Read more]
Dr. Genevieve Ledesma – Tan, our Founder and Chief Executive Mentor, Dr. Marl V. Ferenal, our President, Ms. Jocelyn P. Tizon, our Vice President for Administration, Ms. Avic F. Suarez, our Principal, Ms. Gladys F. Mintu, our Deputy Principal, dearest 2nd moms and dads (a.k.a. our advisers), teachers, parents, grandparents, guests, and my batch mates… AMAZING MORNING!!!
I’ve thought about what I would say here today. It is hard to think of things to say, to organize my thoughts, memories down the lane. We are barely in our teens. We have not yet outgrown anime, NERF, video games (who gets … [Read more]
HS Alumna Alyanna Ong recounts how a Southville education walked her through college life with Jesselle Villegas from the Office of Public Relations.
For Alyanna Ong, Southville is her second home. “The teachers were very accommodating and approachable. My classmates were very down to earth. Even the kuyas, ates, and guards were very friendly,” she said in a recent interview. Alyanna always looked forward to school activities such as intramurals, Tug-o-wits, CGS, ISAC, ENTREP, and Academic Week. A Southville experience she will never forget was when she brought home the ISAC championship for two straight years. Aside from enabling her … [Read more]
In the second part of the college library feature, Mr. Roderick Ramos talks about the benefits of reading and developing good reading habits.
“The library personnel adopt 5As of Library Tourism and Hospitality in providing information and reference service to clients, namely: library ARRIVAL, library ACCOMMODATION, library ACCESS, library ACTIVITY, and library ATTRACTION. Under each are specific activities that engage and make every client’s stay in the College Library enriching and productive,” said Mr. Roderick Ramos. The SISC College Library promotes the use of its facilities, services, and resources through innovative ways to entice patrons to visit the library. Examples … [Read more]
Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, Chief Executive Mentor; Dr. Marl Ferenal, President; members of the management; honorable guest speaker Ambassador Delia Albert; our beloved professors, our dear parents, friends; and my fellow graduates, a pleasant day to all!
Let me begin with a story. There was a shopkeeper who was struggling to stay in business. He went to a monk for advice. He said to him, “I’ve been working so hard for so long, but I feel like I’m getting nowhere. Why shouldn’t I just give up?”
The monk took him outside and said, “Look at the fern and the bamboo. I … [Read more]
Confucius said, “Wherever you go, go with all your heart.”
We find ourselves here tonight, about to finally end this chapter of our lives, a living proof that we overcame all hindrances in our way. It’s not the diploma that matters, but what it symbolizes – that we completed a seemingly unreachable climb. And we did it with all our hearts.
I remember the saying, “We cannot direct the winds, but we can adjust the sails.” In one of our days here in SEED Academy, we experienced preparing “parol” for the Lantern Making Contest held by SISC. We had a … [Read more]
The Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) recently signed several agreements with the Rotary Club of Makati – Salcedo Chapter for the latter to provide funds to support the business ventures of students enrolled in SGEN’s entrepreneurship and capital market and securities programs. The agreements were formally sealed last January 15, 2011 at Bistro Lima of Southville Foreign University, in the presence of Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, Chief Executive Mentor of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), Dr. Angelito Dizon, President of Rotary Club of Makati-Salcedo, and Dr. Rhoderick Santos, Chairman of Vulture Private Equity Unlimited, Inc.
There is always one teacher that never ceases to amaze.
Literature class. You know what they say about literature classes. Read this, read that, memorize this, memorize that, write this, write that. Long classics, old poems, odd symbols, deep words. Boring.
But the World Literature class of Sir Mark Adrian Ho is very different. It is fun!
Mr. Ho has carefully curated readings in prose and in poems, classics and contemporary, short and long text assignments designed to be engaging and interesting. Class work is not the usual essay on reflection, but a game with an objective pointing system. The … [Read more]