BS Tourism


Why BS Tourism at SISC

Be trained in one of the biggest industries in the world and join the new breed of professionals educated with an industry-based curriculum. The course is diverse, comprehensive, and delivered by outstanding tourism practitioners and entrepreneurs. They are experts in travel and tour operations, tourism marketing, tourism entrepreneurship, airline and cruise management, events management, tourism planning and sustainable development, hospitality management, domestic and international tourism. Graduates work highly coveted and senior positions in major global travel and hospitality business.

Provides the students with an understanding of one of the largest industries in the world.  Specific subject areas include the evolution of the tourism industry, destination geography, airlines, international travel, cruising travel by rail, lodging, and touring agencies. The curriculum is designed on the latest trends and demands of the tourism industry. With extensive industry practicum, students develop an understanding of the importance of marketing in the tourism industry, as well as recognize the tremendous opportunities in the world of travel.

1ST YEAR

  • Marco Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
  • Micro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
  • Risk Management as Applied to Safety, Security and Sanitation
  • Philippine Culture and Tourism Geography
  • Quality Service Management in Tourism and Hospitality

2ND YEAR

  • Fundamentals of Statistics
  • Travel Writing and Photography
  • Professional Development and Applied Ethics
  • Tourism and Hospitality Making
  • Global Culture and Tourism Geography
  • Multicultural Diversity in Workplace for the Tourism Professional
  • Operations Management
  • Tour and Travel Management
  • Sustainable Tourism Destination Marketing
  • Tour Guiding Skills
  • Legal Aspects in Tourism and Hospitality
  • Foreign Language 1
  • On-the-job Training 1

3RD YEAR

  • Marketing Information Management (Analytics)
  • Introduction in Meeting Incentives Conferences and Events Management
  • Strategic Management and Total Quality Management
  • Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality
  • Transportation Management
  • Foreign Language 2
  • Foreign Language 3
  • Research in Tourism (Writing 2)
  • Research in Tourism 2
  • Recreational and Leisure Management
  • Accommodation Operations and Management
  • Specialized Food and Beverage Service Operations
  • On-the-job Training 2

4TH YEAR

  • Practicum
  • Cruise Tourism
  • Foreign Language 4
  • In-house Practicum
  • Applied Business Tools and Technologies in Tourism
  • Tourism Policy Planning Development
  • SISC Tours and Travel Agency
  • State-of-the-Art computer laboratory
  • Audio-Visual rooms
  • Multi-Purpose Hall
  • Mini Theatre
  • Speech Laboratory
  • Library with comprehensive and up-to-date holdings
  • Competent faculty with graduate/doctorate degrees in their fields of specialization
  • Well-trained and well-equipped faculty through professional development programs

TESTIMONIALS

Jasmin Mari Sembrano

“I appreciate how Southville recognized and focused on a student’s individual capabilities and skills. I graduated confident, equipped and prepared for the real world and my chosen field. Now, I conquer the day to day demand of my dream job with flair which I can never owe all to myself. Taking up Tourism in Southville was one of the best choices I made.”

On the Job Training at Hotel Jen by Shangri-La Manila

“As a graduating student of Southville International School and Colleges – Institute of Tourism (SIT), I must say that having the opportunity to work at one of the country’s renowned hotel companies is a whole new different ball game from the rigor of the school life. At Hotel Jen by Shangri-La Manila, we are potential employees, not trainees as the guidance provided by SIT matches the expectations set by premier companies which are on the lookout for outstanding candidates to join their league. The holistic exposure I had in this journey has further validated the extensive provisionary grounding our school has guaranteed to its understudies. Hotel Jen by Shangri-La Manila is where you can showcase your versatility as you fully embrace the rounded duties of a hospitality major. Indeed, SISC’s 5Cs equipped me to surpass the entire experience – CHARACTER kept me intact with my values as I deal with different types of clients we serve; COLLABORATION allowed me to be a team player as I fairly worked for hand in hand with my managers and colleagues; CREATIVITY showcased my improved ability to go out of the box as I come up with different strategies to perform my task beyond what is expected; COMPETENCE boosted my confidence and eradicated my doubts as I work with other top candidates from other academic institutions; COMMITMENT TO ACHIEVE most of all, led me to succeed in this final combat as I officially qualify for the completion of my course.

I am forever grateful to SIT and I am proud to say that I am a Monarch comprising the reputable community of Southville.”

-Anne Margaret De Leon

Southville Institute of Tourism (SIT)
CLASS 2019


sample post



Update your basic organization information.

Update your basic organization information.

Update your basic organization information.

Update your basic organization information.

[Read more]

You are the Best: Class 2016 College Magna Cum Laude Speech



 

To our Chief Executive Mentor, Dr. Genevieve Ledesma Tan, our School President, Dr. Marl Ferenal, our Vice President for Academics and Research, Dr. Marjorie Tangog, our Vice President for Administration, Ms. Jocelyn Tizon, our distinguished Guest Speaker, Mr. Mark Joaquin Ruiz, officers, the Deans of the different colleges, faculty members, staff, parents, friends and guests, a blessed afternoon, and to my fellow graduates, Congratulations!

I AM HERE BECAUSE I AM THE BEST.

Now, before any of you say that I am a self-absorbed, egotistic, or arrogant being, let me ask you a question: what does it mean to be … [Read more]

Make the Best of What’s to Come: Graduation Speech of Jozeff Perez (Magna Cum Laude of College Class 2017)



To our honorable guest, Senator Grace Poe-Llamanzares, to our Chief Executive Mentor, Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, to the President of Southville International School and Colleges, Dr. Marl V. Ferenal, and as well as the members of the management, to the professors of the institution, to the parents and loved ones of the graduates, and to you, my fellow Monarchs, mabuhay sa ating lahat!

Today, we celebrate the culmination of all our efforts. Today, after all the years of our education, the seeds of our determination have borne fruit.

It makes me remember how we’ve come to this point in life, all … [Read more]

CEM’s Boardroom



[Read more]

Taylor Center for Professional Development



[Read more]

IB Lobby



[Read more]

Business Research and Innovation Center



[Read more]

Travel Agency Office



[Read more]

Tropical Gym



[Read more]

Dance Studio



[Read more]

Basic Ed Library



[Read more]

Mini Theatre



[Read more]

Cafeteria



[Read more]

Stuff Shop



[Read more]

SGEN Learning Village



[Read more]

Soccer Field



[Read more]

Southville Museum



[Read more]

Viewing Hall



[Read more]

School of the Future



[Read more]

College Computer Laboratory



[Read more]

Student Affairs Lobby



[Read more]

President’s Office



[Read more]

Nursing Skill Laboratory



[Read more]

Valedictory Speech of Raven Maat



To the school, the management, teachers, parents, guests, and fellow graduates, a pleasant morning to you all! I know most, if not all of you, want to get out of here as quick as possible to celebrate the end of your elementary school, but why don’t we appreciate this first. Just look at this, you’ve finished another chapter in your life. You’ve done it all: done all your term tests, you’ve presented your Portfolio Assessment for Southville Students (PASS), took your exams and you’re here! It’s a time to celebrate. A time to feel good. So, let’s end this academic [Read more]

Valedictory Speech of Gen Mark Tanno (Grade School Class 2011)



 

A pleasant morning to all of you my dear classmates, teachers, friends, and all to all the parents here.

 

Ms. Avic, my name is Gen Mark Tanno. I am answering the question you asked when I first came to Southville. I don’t know if you still remember, but the first time I came here seven years ago, you asked me what my name was. I didn’t even know what your question meant so I didn’t know how to respond to you. And as I look back to that fateful day, seven years ago, I know that standing here

[Read more]

National TV Features Southville’s Financial Literacy Program



Southville President Dr. Marl Ferenal shares one of SGEN’s edge: Financial Literacy Program on National TV. Thank you to On the Money Team of @ANC HD. Financial Literacy at Southville is taught to students as young as preschool and goes all throughout to college.
Just recently, Southville held its 2nd Business Icon Chat with Mr. Edward Lee, Founder of COL Financial. Southville created the Business Icon Chat to provide its students with first-hand knowledge of what they will face in the business.

[Read more]

Southville receives another six full years WASC-USA accreditation



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) has received accreditation for the maximum allowable duration of six years from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), USA.

“We are overflowing with joy that our commitment to the delivery of excellence in education is re-affirmed by our accreditors through another six years of accreditation,” shares Ms. Marie Vic Suarez, Principal.

WASC is the regional accrediting commission for schools in California, Hawaii, the Pacific Islands and East Asia. WASC is one of the six regional accrediting associations in the United States that assure the delivery of quality education. The members of the … [Read more]

Southville Alumna tops Certified Human Resource Exam



“I believe that the core value Southville has, which best describes me is Competence. I do see myself as a very competent individual, inside and outside the school premises. I am also an extreme go-getter when it comes to opportunities,” said student achiever Coleen Natividad, remembering how Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) prepared her to become a future mover and leader of society

Natividad’s accomplishments and milestones include being an awardee in the Ten Outstanding Human Resource Students of the Philippines for 2017, a national nominee in the Search for the Jose Rizal Model Students of the Philippines for … [Read more]

MUN Delegates Relive Their Experience



“Thank you for those who believed in us even when it seemed like this event wouldn’t push through.”
Those were my last few words as the event that my Deputy Secretary-General, Conway Wong, and I had stayed countless nights for was coming to an end. My eyes were teary as I had witnessed my four years of Model United Nation (MUN) experience finally amount to an event that I used to deem inconceivable—an official SISC MUN debate event.

Conway and I were at the closing ceremony of Model United Nation Assembly (MUNA) 2018 when we proposed the mutual idea of … [Read more]

Southville holds Financial Investment Seminar for Graduating Students



April 26, 2018 –Southville International School and Colleges, in partnership with the Capital and Securities Market, held a Financial Investment Seminar at the Multi-Purpose Hall inside Tropical Campus. Featuring Mr. Lawrence Lee of Caylum Trading Institute (CTI) and Ms. Justeen Marasigan of (organization), the event enhanced the students’ understanding of the stock market and personal finance.

“The seminar helped our graduating students embrace the spirit of investment as a potential road to financial success,” said Dr. Victor Manabat, Dean of College of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Tourism.

As a top business school in the Philippines, Southville ensures that all of its … [Read more]

Southville International School and Colleges Launches Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Application Specializations



Recognizing how technology plays a vital role in today’s society, Southville International School and Colleges is offering two additional tracks in its BS Information Technology program starting school year 2018-2019: Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Applications.

Students majoring in Mobile Apps will learn how to design and host mobile apps good for gaming, entertainment, and productivity while students majoring in AI will tackle real-world projects such as handwriting/speech recognition and stock trading with neural networks.

“Southville IT degree holders will be equiped with the knowledge and cofidence that will help them transform an organization into a more innovative, efficient and sustainable … [Read more]

Southville Math Whiz Reaps Awards in Vietnam



Southville International School and Colleges Grade 8 student, Gwyneth Margaux Tangog, brought home medals from the 15th Hanoi Math Olympiad Competition held last March 26-30, 2018 in the capital city of Vietnam. Tangog earned a gold medal in the team competition together with four more Gr. 8 students from the Philippines by finishing in first place followed by Vietnam and then China. She also added a bronze medal in the individual contest, competing at the Junior level.

The event was participated in by 500 students from 9 different countries namely China, Thailand, Indonesia, Poland, Hungary, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines and … [Read more]

Southville Holds Model United Nations 2018



Southville International School and Colleges welcomes delegates to the Model United Nations Conference 2018 on April 7 and 8, 2018. The conference provides an opportunity for students to get to learn about international politics and diplomacy. The conference helps the students to enhance their public speaking, debate, and leadership skills. It is an event that lets the students connect and collaborate with other people while learning about relevant global issues. [Read more]

Southville earns praise from visiting WASC team



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) was visited by a team of six international educators last March 11 – 15, 2018 as part of the re-accreditation process for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, (WASC) U.S.A. WASC is one of the six regional accrediting associations in the United States that assure the delivery of quality education. The members of the team are all trained in the process of assessing schools, and they spent the week exploring every aspect of school life at SISC.

The visit began with a meeting with members of the school’s WASC Leadership Team and various … [Read more]

Creative Professionals Review Student Art for Exhibit



MARCH 2, 2018— in preparation for their external exhibit, the fourth-year students of Multimedia Arts presented their proposed artworks to a panel of creative practitioners at the Lecture Room of the Media Center. The exhibit’s theme, human trafficking, required the students to express their awareness on the issue through various media. The presentation included photos, illustrations, video productions, and sculptures.

The panelists were Jemimah Dumawal, Creative Lead of ASPACE Philippines and City Organizer of PechaKucha Manila; Krizia Parungao – an alumna of Southville’s College of Multimedia Arts, Batch 2012; a freelance writer and former senior associate newsletter editor for EBARAbstracting … [Read more]

Another Opportunity for Faculty Enhancement: The Latest on Wound Care Management



March 12-13, 2018 – a 2-day seminar, held at the Air Force Museum Function Room, Col. Jesus Villamor Air Base Pasay City, served as the arena for learning the latest advancements and management on wound care.  The WoundPedia Wound Care Basics team composed of: Hiske Smart, RN MSN, Elizabeth A. Ayello, PhD, RN, ACNS BC, CWON, ETN, MAPWCA, FAAN, Barbara Braden, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Greg Schultz, PhD. had as their main goal to inform healthcare professionals on how wound care should be contextualized within varied areas of complexity.

These international experts highlighted the idea that when we take things … [Read more]

BSN Students’ Continued Pursuit for Excellence in Research



Two BSN student researches were once more accepted for presentation in the 11th MDCON Research Congress held last February 23, 2018. The research studies were:

Social Media In Filpino Young Adults and their Social Ability by Tamam Abu Rayyan, Jacqui Louise Canlas, Margie Ossi, Rouie Jean Sindac, Lois Songcuan (BSN Class 2018).

The Degree of Nicotine Dependence, Autonomous Motivation and Perceived Competence among Smokers in Selected Urban Setting by Kacey Cuntapay, Katrina Francesca Dauden, Danielle Diño, Carl Ivan Reyes-Soriano, Laurice Anne Sobong (BSN Class 2018).

The designated presenters: Ms. Canlas & Ms. Abu Rayyan, Ms. Sobong & Ms. Dauden confidently … [Read more]

Our Asian Hospital Nursing Clinical Experience



We had the privilege to spend the last three weeks (Feb. 19 – Mar. 7, 2018) of our clinical rotation in one of the five Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited hospitals in the Philippines, Asian Hospital and Medical Center (AHMC). We are the pioneer batch of student nurses who were allowed to have our hospital duties there – we made history in both SISC Nursing and AHMC.

The AHMC personnel gave us a very warm welcome and a great experience all through out. Dr. Nico Añonuevo, along with our clinical instructors, Mr. Aldrin Dabu, Ms. Angelica Eballar, and our preceptors … [Read more]

Southville Robotics Teams Win First Competition



The robotics teams Southville International School and Colleges recently entered their first competition and came in second place and third place facing off against other entrants from public and private schools. The Junior High School Team of Cuitlauzina Brianna Cerbito, Stefano Crispino De Castro, Iñigo Miguel Hernandez and Gwyneth Margaux Tangog finished first runner-up in Envirobot 2018 held at Far Eastern University – Diliman.

The Senior High School Team of Tricia Hannah Arenas, Pola Berba and Song Jun Kyu, meanwhile, placed second runner-up in the same inter-school robotics competition.

The contestants are tasked with designing and building a robot from … [Read more]

Psychology Through the Eyes of Jodi Sta Maria



Viktor Frankl, a Holocaust survivor and Austrian neurologist, often quotes, “He who has a why can bear any how.” On the 13th of March, 2018, Southville held a Meet and Greet event with actress, and Psychology student, Jodi Sta. Maria. Having graduated high school from Southville’s INNOVE program in 2010, the actress later on, in 2017, started studying Psychology in Southville Colleges. Recently, she was awarded for being the top student in her entire section.

This time around, Ms. Sta. Maria did not speak as the actress we all know and love her as, but instead, as one of the … [Read more]

A Closer Look At WASC



In 1996, a group of accreditors from WASC first stepped foot in what is now Southville International Schools and Colleges. Since then, the two institutions have had a relationship filled with growth and improvement.

WASC, or the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, is an association that is responsible for the accreditation of schools across the world with the goal to advance the quality of education and to encourage student growth. Since the year 2000, Southville has been accredited by WASC three times in 6 year intervals, signifying that the school does indeed deliver international quality education.

Throughout the years, … [Read more]

SGEN Faculty and Students Win in Stock Trading Challenge



Committed to promote, develop and advance awareness and knowledge of capital market and entrepreneurship and their role in the development of the national economy, Southville Global Education Network hosted the 2017 SGEN Stock Market Challenge through Investagrams last October 16 to February 9, 2018. More than 70 teams of students, faculty, and staff joined the challenge to learn about the stock market and grow their own portfolio.

Below is the final ranking of the top 10 participating groups for the whole of the trading period:

The winners will be recognized on a formal event on March 9, 2018 at Southville … [Read more]

Creativity in the Media Center: COMMA Students Pitch Short Film Ideas to Industry Professionals



3rd year students from the Colleges of Communication and Multimedia Arts recently had the opportunity to showcase their creativity in front of respected film industry professionals last February 6, 2018 at SISC’s Media Center.

Indeed, as part of a final project for Sir Mike Manansala’s Video Production class, the 3rd year students were asked to pitch three different short film proposal in the following categories: Horror, RomanceComedy
and Drama.

The pressure was quite high as they were judged by 4 prominent film industry practitioners. Two of them were notable Alumni who both have successful careers in the film industry: Nicolo … [Read more]

Southville Delegation Wins Major Awards in Model United Nations Assembly



Southville International School and Colleges students John David S. Villariño of International Baccalaureate 2 won the Best Delegate of World Health Organization award and Park Ye Eun of Grade 10-Leadership won Best Delegate of Historical Security Council, while Alexandra Therese Derpo of International Baccalaureate 1 was chosen as Assistant President of United Nations Environment Program in the recently concluded 20th Model United Nations Assembly organized by Rotary Club of Makati Jose P. Rizal last February 10-11, 2018.

With 28 participants, Southville has the largest delegation in the conference. The Southville delegation was composed of Miguel Dominico Alzona, Raine Meara Burgos, … [Read more]

Ten Southville Students To Compete in Asian English Olympics



Argela-Vi Malanao, Dale Pons Gregorio, Daniel Nikolai Dacanay, Lester Joseph Buitizon, Park Soo Hyun, Yoo Chaeyun, Kim Hyun, Song Seungmin, Park Jun Hee, Kwon Jiwon with Teacher Garry Gonzalo of Southville International School and Colleges flew this morning to Indonesia to compete at Asian English Olympics (AEO). The Olympics aims to provide an ideal opportunity for Asian youth to flex their competitive muscle in the fields of Debate, Speech, Spelling Bee, Short Story Writing, Newscasting, Radio Drama, Scrabble, and Storytelling.

The event attracted more than 500 students from Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Hong Kong, Macao, India, Bangladesh, Laos, … [Read more]

COL Financial Chairman Edward Kho Lee Visits Southville



As an institution that is strongly inclined towards the international curriculum, Southville International School and Colleges strives to equip its students with experiences that will enable them to grow and learn as future leaders and achievers. The Business Lecture – CEO Forum was established to provide an avenue for students to gain insights on critical concerns and issues of the corporate world through a dialogue with experts, business practitioners and managers.

For its 4th year, the CEO Forum invited Mr. Edward Lee, the Founder and Chairman of the Board of COL since 1999, COL Securities (HK) Limited since 2001, Citisecurities, … [Read more]

Looking for opportunities



In line with the 2018 Global Summit and International Nursing Conference held last January 25 & 26, 2018 here in Manila, the Philippine Nurses Association of America officers and key delegates took time last January 24, Wednesday to meet up with local nurses and students at the PNA headquarters for their 2018 PNAA Balik-Turo initiative.  It was a very inspiring and information-packed session for the College of Nursing’s seniors who seemed to be the only nursing students in attendance.

The Balik-Turo team spent the entire morning, despite ‘jet-lag’, to selflessly share their stories and experiences in professional practice and academe. … [Read more]

Unseen: An Internal Exhibit on Mental Health Awareness



Unseen: An Internal Exhibit on Mental Health Awareness

JANUARY 24 and 25—the 4th year students of Multimedia Arts showcased works spreading mental health awareness in an art exhibit that graced the Luxembourg Hall for two days. This exhibit, titled Unseen, opened for viewing at 10 AM. There was a total of 21 participating artists displaying 84 artworks, making it one of the biggest internal exhibits Southville has ever seen.

Unseen is the internal exhibit of this year’s graduating class of Multimedia Arts under Mr. Mike Manansala. Artworks included photos, illustrations, paintings, videos, animations, and a sculpture.

“The different mediums used represent the many dimensions of mental health and … [Read more]

Southville Nursing Students Enjoy a Day of Wholistic Wellness



Southville Nursing Students Enjoy a Day of Wholistic Wellness

Partnership with Asian Hospital & Medical Center for faculty and student enhancement initiatives has been kept active and current. With the shifting healthcare priorities, now focusing on health promotion and disease prevention, last July 15, 2017 Level II BSN students were given the opportunity to experience an interactive forum with experts on wellness at the AHMC during a lay forum entitled “Breathe: A Wholistic Wellness Event”.
The concept of ‘wholism’ which nursing students know as the bio-psycho-socio-spiritual perspective of care has moved to a broader dimension in highlight of promotive health & wellness. Popular and interesting topics on probiotics by … [Read more]

Southville Math Wizards Bagged Awards in ICAS-Math 2017



Southville Math Wizards Bagged Awards in ICAS-Math 2017

Southville International School and Colleges math wizards received awards in the 2017 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) – Mathematics conducted last August 2017 that drew over one million student entries from more than twenty countries.

Gwyneth Margaux Tangog of Grade 8 – Integrity was awarded the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Medal and a medal winner’s certificate as one of the top scorers in ICAS-Math 2017. Gwyneth also won the High Distinction Award for being in the top one percent of all the participants.

Other awardees are Ervin Joshua Bautista, Raven Breanna Maat, Antwone Ong, Miguel Dominico … [Read more]

Southville Deans Share Their Expertise in Guam



Southville Deans Share Their Expertise in Guam

The College Deans and the Vice President of Academic and Research of Southville International School and Colleges were invited by the Hon. Joe San Agustin, Senator of the 34th Guam Legislature and Chair of Committee on Education, Finance and Taxation to share their knowledge and expertise in education through school visits and a research paper presentation at the University of Guam.

Dean of Psychology, Dr. Ruel Cajili, presented his paper entitled Effect of Cognitive Behavior Therapy on the Level of Maladjusted Behavior Among Female Children- in-Conflict-with- the-Law (CICL); Dean of Education and Arts & Sciences, Dr. Gina Caneo presented her … [Read more]

Southville Young Karateras Bring Home Gold and Silver Medals



Southville Young Karateras Bring Home Gold and Silver Medals

Southville International School and Colleges girls’ volleyball team won this year’s championship against Brent International School Subic in the most prestigious sports tournament among the international schools in the country, International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) held in Southville last October 19-21, 2017.

The International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) sports competition is a senior sports tournament for the international schools in the Philippines such as Southville International School and Colleges, Brent International School-Manila, Brent International School-Baguio, Brent International School-Subic, Cebu International School, British School Manila, and Faith Academy Mindanao. that provides a structured framework for competition between the international schools in … [Read more]

Southville Monarchs Wins ISAC Girls’ Volleyball Championship



Southville Monarchs Wins ISAC Girls’ Volleyball Championship

Southville International School and Colleges girls’ volleyball team won this year’s championship against Brent International School Subic in the most prestigious sports tournament among the international schools in the country, International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) held in Southville last October 19-21, 2017.

The International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) sports competition is a senior sports tournament for the international schools in the Philippines such as Southville International School and Colleges, Brent International School-Manila, Brent International School-Baguio, Brent International School-Subic, Cebu International School, British School Manila, and Faith Academy Mindanao. that provides a structured framework for competition between the international schools in … [Read more]

SGEN Celebrates the Second Research and TQM Quest



SGEN Celebrates the Second Research and TQM Quest

To strengthen institutional pride through innovation and research, the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) held the Research and TQM Fest 2017 last October 27, 2017 at the Mini Theater of Southville International School and Colleges.

With the objectives of sustaining the highest productivity standards and quality services to the clientele through improving processes, products, services and culture of the organization, the Second SGEN Research and TQM Quest received numerous promising entries from SGEN Schools. All of which had helped the SGEN schools immensely in terms of efficiency, productivity, expense reduction, curriculum development and classroom management.

Online Materials Requisition System
Champion[Read more]

Southville Alumna Wins Reina Hispanoamericana Crown



Southville Alumna Wins Reina Hispanoamericana Crown

Southville International School and Colleges High School class 2008 and Teaching Certificate Program class 2017 alumna, Teresita Ssen “Winwyn” Marquez, was crowned Reina Hispanoamericana in the recent Reina Hispanoamericana pageant in Bolivia.

Winwyn bested 26 other lovely candidates and won the Reina Hispanoamericana crown. Winwyn also won the Ipanema Girl, Miss Personality (first runner up), Traditional Costume (third place), and Best Smile (finalist) and Miss Silhouette (finalist).

During the pageant’s question-and-answer portion, Winwyn was asked how she would promote the Hispanic-American culture despite the language barrier.

“Language can be learned but the will and determination to contribute to the organization … [Read more]

BEED SPED: Core Competencies



BEED SPED: Core Competencies

Education Objectives

The Education Department aims to produce graduates who demonstrate the following core competencies:

1. Excellent character in teaching and in dealing with learners with special needs.

  • Demonstrate understanding of learners with special needs and methodologies of educating them.
  • Demonstrate compassion and concern for learners with special needs.
  • Possess interpersonal skills and collaborative attitude in dealing with parents of learners with special needs as well as with the school personnel and people in the school community.

2. Professional competence and research orientation in the practice of the profession considering the international standards.

  • Possess open-mindedness to and interest in innovations
[Read more]

BEED SPED: Competency Standards



BEED SPED: Competency Standards

Graduates of the BEED Special Education programs are teachers who:

  • have the basic and higher level of literacy, communication literacy, critical thinking, learning skills needed for higher learning;
  • have a deep and principled understanding of the learning processes and the role of the teacher in facilitating these processes in their students;
  • have a deep and principled understanding of how educational processes relate to larger historical, cultural, and political processes;
  • have a meaningful and comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter they will teach;
  • can apply a wide range of teaching process skills ( including curriculum development, lesson planning, materials and development,
[Read more]

BEED SPED: Course Overview



BEED SPED: Course Overview

“MOVE PEOPLE. TRANSFORM LIVES. MAKE A DIFFERENCE.”

The course provides students with a general training in education and developmental psychology, sociology and linguistics applied to education, especially to students with special learning needs.

This course includes the Philosophy, Foundations, and Principles of Education, Curricular Content Development, Development of Instructional Materials, Teaching Strategies and Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI)

Program Description and General Objectives

Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) is structured to meet the needs of professional teachers for elementary schools and special education programs in the Philippines
The BEEd aims to develop elementary school teachers who are either (a) generalists who … [Read more]

BEED SPED: Curriculum



BEED SPED: Curriculum
  • Benchmarked against international standards
  • Integrated course content and delivery
  • Focused on latest educational methodologies such as:
    • Brain-Based Learning (BBL)
    • Outcomes-Based Education (OBE)
    • Differentiated Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment (DCIA)
    • Multiple Intelligence and Learning Styles
    • Positive Learning and Environment through Discipline (PLED)
    • Standards-Based Assessment (SBA)
    • Laboratory-School Accredited Internationally (WASC)

[Read more]

College Library



[Read more]

BEED SPED



BEED SPED

[Read more]

BS Psychology



BS Psychology

[Read more]

BS Information Technology



BS Information Technology

WHY BS IT AT SISC?

The BS Information Technology course at Southville international School & Colleges is structured to produce graduates that are prepared for the global workforce. The technology landscape continuously changes with new technologies rapidly replacing existing ones. We are able ensure that graduates receive the best international education to prepare them for careers locally and globally.

  • Cutting edge technology: Java, .Net, SQL, Oracle, Mobile, Web 2.0, Virtual Infrastructure
  • 100% Passing Rate Microsoft Certified Database Specialist
  • ETS TOEIC Certified English Communication skills

[Read more]

BS Tourism



BS Tourism

WHY BS TOURISM AT SISC?

Be internationally competent and competitive

  • Curriculum is designed based on the latest trends and demands of the tourism industry
  • In partnership with AMADEUS, an internationally known Global Distribution System used by Tourism practitioners around the world.

[Read more]

BS Business Administration



BS Business Administration

WHY BSBA AT SISC?

The College of Business Administration of Southville International School and Colleges provides Business students with foundation to become globally competitive, self-reliant, and ethical entrepreneurs, investors, and executives.

It gives the students the critical compass settings that will guarantee their preparedness in a borderless economy. [Read more]

BS Nursing



BS Nursing

WHY BS NURSING AT SISC?

Be on your way to an exciting nursing career. The baccalaureate program at SISC – with its solid academic and clinical foundation, nurturing instruction adn strong values education, prepares you to meet the challenges of a professional nursing career anywhere in the world.

  • World Class Facilities
  • Competent Instructors
  • OBE based curriculum
  • Consistently high passing rate in board exam
  • Highly structured and strictly supervised clinical training or Related Learning Experience (RLE)

[Read more]

AB Communication



AB Communication

WHY AB COMM AT SOUTHVILLE?

Embraces multi-disciplinary fields such as:

  • Advertising
  • Public Relations
  • Broadcasting
  • Journalism
  • Video Production

[Read more]

AB Multimedia Arts



AB Multimedia Arts

WHY AB MULTIMEDIA ARTS AT SISC?

  • Develops students to be competitive in the fields of computer design and graphics as a medium of communication
  • Link with multimedia agencies for students’ practicum
  • State of the Arts Facilities
  • Offers a broad perspective for media practices and embraces multi-disciplinary fields such as:
  • Photography
  • 2D & 3D Animation
  • Graphic Design
  • Advertising
  • Audio-Visual Production and Post Production

[Read more]

News Archive



Academic Year: 2011-2012

 

Southville IB Students Hold Art Exhibit
SISC: The Benchmark in E-Learning and Non-Traditional Approaches in Teaching
Southville Alumnus Makes it to Tribeca Film Fest
College Admission Ongoing
Seminar on Compensation and Benefits Management in Schools
Media Heavyweights Incite the Youth in Southville’s Career Talk
Southville Educates the Community on Environment
Southville Honors 2 Bar Exam Passers
Songwriter Places in International Tilt
Southville Math Wizards Join National Pool
Lopez Ranks 4th in PLDT Directory Cover Contest
Seniors Pass Entrance Tests of Top Universities
JPCS Conducts IT Career Lecture
Save a Po.U.Ch. Conducts Medical Mission
Southville Hosts Forum [Read more]

News Archive



Academic Year: 2014-2015

 

The Nepal Project
Wordsmith on the Rise
Back-to-school can be Stress-Free: 4 things to do before your first day!
SSIS-MALARAYAT UNDERSCORES KAIZEN IN RECENT TQM PRESENTATION
College freshmen beat the heat at Southville 
SISC BSN Students Join the World Health Organization’s Hand Sanitizing Relay
Beat the Heat at Southville! 
Southville runs Stock Market 101
Southville alumna gets publishing deal with US publishing house
Southville Officer Delivers a Speech at the ASEAN Teachers Conference
The Art of Ballet: ACTS Manila at Southville 
Pacquiao & Mayweather exhibiting the 5Cs
Celebrating Accomplishments: Class 2015 HS Valedictory Speech — Andrei [Read more]

Student Spotlight



spotlight-banner
profile_claire

Claire Huang
High School Batch 2011

Achievements:

  • Currently a College Scholar studying BS Applied Physics in University of the Philippines – Manila

Southville Milestones:

  • Salutatorian, High School Batch 2011
  • Best in Economics and Investment, French, Music, and Computer (AY 2010-2011)
  • President, Southville Orchestra, AY 2010-2011
  • Gold Medalist, 2010 Karate Do Kata Tournament, Bronze Medalist, 2008 Karate Do Kata Tournament
  • Member, SISC Basketball & Karate Do Varsity

 

“Southville has prepared me for college. I’ve learned all the necessary skills and knowledge, not just in academics, but also in values. Southville also taught me how to become more independent and use

[Read more]

Student Spotligh



spotlight-banner
abegail-arevallo profile

Abby Arevalo

 

Achievements:

  • Winner in the Future Champions Golf (FCG) World Championship

 

“Southville taught me not only to be the brightest student but also to be the best person that I can be.” read more…

[Read more]

INTRODUCTION



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) and the other Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) affiliate schools believe in research-based decisions. All changes in the curriculum or the academic programs, the hiring or firing of faculty and staff, or the giving of salary increase to employees are supported by data.

In a more macro perspective, research is an activity that sustains the operational system of educational institutions. Progressive educational institutions regard research as the heart of their decisions, be it a matter of academic or administrative issue such as program budget increase, budget decrease or program phase out; additional faculty or … [Read more]

BS Nursing: Achievements



BSN

Overview   |    Curriculum     |    Program Specification   |  Achievements    |   Facilities

Looking back as his batch mate and friend through our four years of nursing in Southville, Gino Rosales was never one to attract attention to himself. He never answered a question unless he was asked and it was rare to hear him boast about his achievements. It was also an uncommon sight to see him studying before a quiz or an exam while the rest of us struggled with last minute studying. He had this confidence that I always found admirable. He was always a fast test taker, even during … [Read more]

HIGH SCHOOL TESTIMONIALS



HIGH SCHOOL TESTIMONIALS

 

US-7Joseph P. Lingao
Magna Cum Laude, BS in Health Sciences, Ateneo de Manila University
Southville High School Class 2007

 

“A drive for excellence is something that can be honed and developed, and it is precisely that which has brought me to where I am today. Southville sparked in me that burning desire to achieve something greater. Fortunately, I found a consistency in that idea in my university, which upholds “Magis” or “the More”. However, what is crucial is to what this excellence is directed to. And similarly, I am grateful that early on in my
[Read more]

SAY NO TO SUMMER LEARNING LOSS



It has been a semester and for all your hard work, you deserve a vacation. You may be dreaming and planning about summer months ago and is now very excited to do the stuff you wanted do. Yes, summer vacation is just around the corner. It is the time of the year wherein you let loose from all your academic attachments and other school related activities.

With all this thrill of the upcoming vation, summer learning loss or the academic skills and knowledge being forgotten over the course of summer vacation is something to think about.

Based on a number … [Read more]

Master in Information Technology



The Master in Information Technology (MIT) program emphasizes on the acquisition of theories and technologies preparing and enabling the student for the industrial practice of systems integration, systems administration, systems planning, systems implementation and other activities that maintain the integrity and proper functionality of a system and its components.Thus, the program aims to develop the knowledge of information technology (IT) theories, techniques and principles, and skills in using IT to provide solutions to problems of organizations and society.

Thus, the program aims to develop the knowledge of information technology (IT) theories, techniques and principles, and skills in using IT to … [Read more]

Student Spotlight



spotlight-banner
danica then profile

Danica Then

 

Achievements:

  • Cum Laude, University at Buffalo

 

“If you fail, do not be afraid to try again. It is always more painful to think of the things you did not do and if you succeed, stay humble.” read more…

 

[Read more]

SGEN Alumni



SGEN Alumni

(All students of Southville schools)

[Read more]

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT



It is the distinct student body that makes Southville International School and Colleges a great place to study. Our differences and our similarities make for a rich experience, both inside and out of the classroom. Southville students come from nearly 50 countries throughout the world bringing with them a broad range of geographic, ethnic, cultural, religious and economic backgrounds.

 

Southville Students
thumb_aliza

Aliza Caronongan

thumb_erina

EJ Tabora

thumb_tina

Tina Villanueva

thumb_jae

Thae Hoon

thumb_claire

Claire Huang

thumb_vern

Verniece Encisco

thumbnail_MikeMon

Michael Jianoran
and Monica Diaz

 thumbnail_Jeks

Jericho Someda

    thumbnail_MikeMon

Alexis Capili

[Read more]

Featured Athlete



August 22, 2011

AthleteOfTheWeek

 

 HONG SUNG WON

 

SPORT: FOOTBALL
TEAM: HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ FOOTBALL
NAME OF LEAGUE: RIZAL FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION (RIFA)
MATCH: SOUTHVILLE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES VS SOUTHRIDGE

Sung Won showed impeccable defense throughout the game. Taking on his role as captain to heart, he exhibited great leadership as he built up his teammates and never showed signs of letting down. The game ended with Southville and Southridge scoring two goals apiece. This is a great boost for our school since this has been the best finish we have had against Southridge, thus far. Go Monarchs!

August 8,

[Read more]

OVERVIEW



Among the educational institution pillars are research and community extension that encompasses outreach and other services that are geared towards community development. The Institutional Publications, Research, Outreach, and Development (IPROD) Center is in charge of three related institutional offices namely (1) research and development,(2)  publications, documentation and communication, and (3) outreach and community extension. Two of the pillars of educational institutions are community extension (Outreach) and research and development in which the IPROD is mainly involved.

Publications 2011

pdf-icon

Call for Better College Teaching

pdf-icon

Implementation of HRM Practices

pdf-icon

MOODLE: An Innovative Teaching-Learning Strategy Among SISC College [Read more]

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS



Basic Education | International Baccalaureate | College

What is your edge over other schools?

The College Division of Southville offers a Philippine Diploman with an integration of international certificates such as Microsoft for BS Information TechnologyAmadeus for BS Tourism and Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC).

 

What are the courses offered in Southville?

 

What are the

[Read more]

DISTINCTIVE FEATURES



Universities recognize the outstanding qualities of I.B. Diploma Program students. Typically, diploma holders are ready to debate real-world issues from an international perspective and to provide leadership and support in the local and global community. They demonstrate a capacity for in-depth study while maintaining a broad perspective of the different subject areas. They are able to ask challenging questions but also know how to research a topic and express their opinion. They have a strong sense of their own culture and identity as well as their place in the world. They are global citizens.

Features of the IB Program

•    … [Read more]

BS Nursing TESTIMONIALS



kristofer-carandang
       Kristofer Carandang
BS Nursing Graduate

 

Good evening, I’m Kristofer Carandang graduate of batch 2011. Currently working as a staff nurse at St Luke’s Medical Center – Global City, assigned at the stem cell unit and also been part of the oncology and neuroscience unit. I have been working there for almost half a year. I’d say it’s both a privilege and a great responsibility working at such a new hospital known as one of the world’s best. Trying to learn as much as I can, gaining experience, at the same time also trying to boost the name of our … [Read more]

Master in Business Administration – Regular Program



The Masters in Business Administration Program is a full 2.5 year program for Business graduates and working professionals who are in search of means to help accelerate their career development or to establish strong positions in their career paths.

Through the use of innovative learning techniques backed up by the experience and knowledge of recognized mentors and industry practitioners, the MBA Program fuses rigorous academics with meaningful business experience, creating a synergy that will define the students’ time inside and outside of the classroom.

Teaching methodology in the program will seek to maximize learning through academic work, industry immersion and … [Read more]

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE



TOPS – TOP 100 Outstanding Performing Students

Rationale

The progress of a nation largely depends on its manpower.  It is therefore the responsibility of the government to provide relevant education and training to the people to ensure that they are properly trained to do what is expected of them to alleviate the national status of the country specifically in terms of economy.

As a concerned educational institution, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recognized the need for private schools to work alongside the government in terms of providing necessary education and training to the youth who will become the vanguards … [Read more]

BS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Curriculum



  • Integrated with Microsoft Professional Certifications, Students will be given the opportunity to obtain Microsoft Technology Specialist Certifications in C#.NET Web Programming and SQL Server 2008
  • Open source technology: HTML 4.0/5.0, Java, Moodle, MySQL, PHP
  • Industry technology: C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server 2012/2008
  • Benchmarked against international and industry standards Enhanced classroom environment through online (E-learning) content and delivery
  • Focused on industry trends in Information Technology and Computer Science (Mobile, Web Technology, Game Design)

  [Read more]

Featured Articles



IB

Featured Articles

Please click on the Article for a better view

Southville IB spearheads the Fight against Hunger.

To celebrate World Food Day and to respond to this global challenge, Southville IB launched a project called the Hunger Game last October 16. In the said project, students and teachers from Preschool to College were invited to visit the freerice.com and answer the vocabulary game. For every answer that they got right, they donated 10 grains of rice through a sponsor to the World Food Program of the United Nations.

SISC IB Students Joined International Conference on Global Issues

Southville International … [Read more]

Supreme Student Council Officers



[Read more]

Tips in Encouraging Students to Join School Clubs



More often than not, parents are always worrying about their child whether they’re staying too much time indoors or outdoors. “You should go out more” parents will say when they find their child staying in his room for weeks without having a social interaction. Whereas, they will say, “You should go home early” when their child is having a good time with his friends outside. Either of the two, one resolve can be brought up – that is, asking students to join a school club instead. Not only parents can easily monitor the activities of their children through the school … [Read more]

FEATURES



Opportunities for Multimedia Arts Graduates

Today’s technologically advanced society has become a catalyst of the increasing opportunity for those studying the multimedia arts course. Career chances under this specialization are wide-range and can include positions in various fields such as publishing, design, advertising, and many more. [read more…]

Student Tips: Back to School Reminders

The end of summer vacation is just around the corner. It is once again the time to start preparing everything that will be needed in going back to school. Aside from completing school supplies, uniforms, and enrollment procedures, here are few reminders that may help students … [Read more]

News Archive Academic Year: 2013-2014



Get SMART this summer
Math Whiz Earns National and International Success
Artist wins first place in poster making contest
Multimedia Arts Holds Chiaroscuro: A Tale of Opposites
Southville Songbird soars to national finals
Math whiz makes it to select summer camp
Karatekas win big in inter-school tournament
Maestro Arnel de Pano Teaches Choral Music to SISC Students in Open Workshop
Southville honors TOP Students
Southville Night School Emerged Winners in Stock Trading 
Southville Holds 2nd Letras Y Pinturas Exhibit
Southville Mathletes Earned Top Scores in International Math Competition
Southville Mathletes Earned Top Scores in International Math Competition
Southville Young karter [Read more]

Things to Remember When Applying in an International School



Being a teacher in an international school is a very demanding and stressful job, but it also opens a door for different and great opportunities like meeting different people and encountering a diverse culture. If you want to experience the other part of the world through teaching, there are several international schools in Manila that you can choose from. There are some of pieces of advice to remember when applying as a teacher. .

Prepare Curriculum Vitae
CV is one way to know the candidate applying for the international school. It should have some details about your teaching experiences and … [Read more]

Southville Offers Animation, Ballet for Worthwhile Weekend Programs



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.

This year, SISC steps up in the fields of the performing arts and digital media as it offers classes in Ballet as well as 2D (Flash) and 3D (Maya) Animation.

Last summer, the SISC students who completed the ballet lessons under the tutelage of ACTS Manila, boast of 100% passing rate in the April International Assessment Exams under the … [Read more]

Parents Get Oriented with P.A.S.S.



The Portfolio Assessment for Southville International School and Colleges Students (P.A.S.S.) is a distinguishing feature of the school that aims to hone the students’ critical thinking skills as well as to develop their innate desire to explore answers to questions they have about themselves, their community, or their environment.

In line with the school’s thrust to foster strong school-home collaboration, an orientation regarding P.A.S.S. was held last July 1, 2011. Parents of graduating students from Grades 6 &7 and High School IV were given a head start on what the P.A.S.S. is all about. They were encouraged to give support … [Read more]

Southville MassComm Student is Miss Philippines Fire 2011



Dressed in a simple yet elegant white gown, Michelle Gavagan was made more beautiful by a red, fiery crown during the Miss Philippines Earth 2011 pageant. Indeed, she had gone a real long way from being Miss Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) 2010. In her first pageant outside school, she bagged the Miss Philippines-Fire title.

After surviving four heart pounding elimination rounds, Michelle was already named as one of the Philippines’ 10 Most Beautiful Women. In one of the preliminary competitions, she received the Miss Golden Sunset Special Award. During the grand coronation night held in Puerto Princesa City … [Read more]

Southville Alumna Shines in Binibining Pilipinas 2011



Queenierich Rehman made waves in the 2011 Binibining Pilipinas pageant as she joined the cut of 15 semi-finalists out of 40 candidates in the Grand Coronation Night held last April 10 at the Araneta Coliseum with live telecast in ABS-CBN Channel 2. With her elegant bearing and attractive body proportions, she was also hailed as Best in Swimsuit.

 

The 22-year old stunner is a graduate of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) High School Batch 2005. Queenie, as she is fondly called by her teachers and friends, was a versatile student back in high school. She won 1st runner-up

[Read more]

Alarcon, Masias receive JAPI Recognition



Southville International School and Colleges junior students Nathan Adriel Alarcon and Rene Mark Steven Masias received the most sought Junior Achievement of the Philippines Inc. (JAPI) Medal Award during the 42nd JAPI Awards Night held last March 30, 2011.

Nathan and Steven’s business plan for a multi-purpose banana extract spray that works as shoe polisher, metal cleaner, deodorizer, and sanitizer was among the twelve finalists in the first-ever FedEx/Junior Achievement International Trade Challenge. The students’ business plan bested around a hundred entries in the competition.

The junior entrepreneurs Nathan and Steven, together with their Business Plan Adviser, Mr. Erwin Ragadio, … [Read more]

Blued Clothing Project Names SISC its First Champion



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) emerged as Champion in the first ever Blued Project, a thesis-inspired, inter-university design and marketing contest. The SISC team was composed of Mass Communication students Jahdiel Abigail Mae Gay, Clarissa Jean Torres, Monica Diaz, Nicollo Ramon Alessandro Lopez, Mary Camille Arce, Jaresa Felipe, and Bernard Lomibao. Their Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) plan, which re-branded Blued Clothing and focused on catering to the youth bracket, bested the teams of Lyceum of the Philippines University, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, and University of Sto.Tomas.

“Our subjects in IMC, Public Relations and Advertising helped us a … [Read more]

Southville Media Arts Students Hold External Exhibit



Media Arts students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) held an external exhibit last February 28 to March 2, 2011 at The Enterprise Center, Makati City. Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, SISC’s Chief Executive Mentor, graced the opening day and congratulated the students for initiating this pioneering affair..

Dubbed as “Timeless Exhibit”, the event featured the masterpieces of Michael Brion, Krizia Erika Parungao, Lawrence Antonio Viriña, Grace Adriano, and Michael Manansala. The art hall glimmered with the five multimedia artists’ portfolio of photography, designs, layouts, and demo reels.

The group shares: “This activity greatly increased our confidence as we show our … [Read more]

US Work and Travel Applicants Get Approval



Five college students of Southville International School and Colleges were granted J1 visa* by the US State Department to participate in the US Spring Work and Travel Program starting March 4 to June 25, 2011. They are Kathleen Lorena (AB Mass Comm) who is assigned in Center on International Education Exchange in Portland; Loriza Delos Reyes and Kyoko Takeuchi (BSBA) in Cedar Point Amusement Park in Ohio; Megan Merrielle Delim (BS IT) in Kings Dominion in Virginia; Elizabeth Uyami (BSBA) in Bargain Beachwear in South Carolina and Ira Nicdao who is assigned in JW Marriott in Indianapolis.

The Work and … [Read more]

Contests, Lectures, Films Cap BSIT Days



With the theme “Knowledge is a Treasure, Practice is the Key”, the BS Information Technology students celebrated BSIT Days last January 26-28, 2011. Allen Troy Gatchalian, president of the Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS) – SISC Chapter led the opening ceremonies.

Highlighting the event were competitions in speed typing, photo editing and programming. BSIT students from all year levels actively participated and showcased their skills. Mr. Danilo Chua and Mr. Ryan Hope Racelis, BSIT instructors, conducted lectures about the latest trends in database management system and programming, respectively.

There were also several movies viewed during the event to make the … [Read more]

Juniors Undergo Career Exploration



The High School III class of Southville International School and Colleges had a Career Exploration Symposium last January 27. The event featured successful people in the fields of information technology, health services, hotel and restaurant management, legal services, engineering, and psychology who expounded on the practices, challenges, and rewards of each discipline. The activity was done to help the students identify their strengths and interests before applying for a college course.

The college options available from the Southville Global Education Network were also presented. SISC high school graduates need not take the SISC Admission Test (SISCAT), and scholarships are available … [Read more]

Southville Boosts Students’ Love for Science



Southville International School and Colleges, in partnership with the Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology, will hold an interactive Science Week Celebration on March 1-4, 2011. The event aims to increase students’ interest in Science and turn its abstract concepts to the tangible.
“We want the kids to perceive science as a relevant subject which permeates all walks of life”, says Dr. Richard Hartmann, SISC Director for Academic and Special Events.

The weeklong program features informative and exciting activities such as Exhibits, Lecture-Forum in Biology and Physics, the Chronojump Challenge and other Sports Competitions, the Science Olympiad, and an Understanding … [Read more]

SISC Ranks in StockXChallenge



Out of 115 teams from various colleges and universities, Southville International School and Colleges ranked 17th in the StockXChallenge as of Week 5 of the competition. Dubbed as “The Ultimate Game of Online Stock Trading and Investment”, the tournament started on December 1, 2010 and will end at the close of trading hours on February 28, 2011. Each registered team is given an initial virtual capital of Php 10 million as their online play money.

Ten college students represent SISC namely Marc Oñate (BS Tourism), Lemuel Calmerin (BSBA HRM), Anna Czarinna Fernandez (BSBA HRM), John Joshua Romero (BSBA HRM), Ma. … [Read more]

Tourism Student Wins Pageant



Third year BS Tourism student Alyssa Du bagged the title “Ms. Zuri International” in the First Young Filipino Tourism Advocates’ Power Conference held last February 26, 2011 at the PICC Forum 2 in Pasay City.

With the theme “Unleash the Next Big Thing in Philippine Industry”, the conference was opened to all students in tourism, travel management, hospitality management, aviation, and other tourism-related programs. A panel of distinguished speakers discussed new perspectives in the tourism industry.

A pageant dubbed Miss Tourism Student Philippines 2011 followed the conference wherein Alyssa Du won. [Read more]

Wanted: Philanthropists



“We cannot change the world all at once but we can touch one life to make it better.”

And thus Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) shares with the country its vision, through the SEED Academy, of providing free two-year college course to deserving and highly motivated students of the lower socio-economic bracket of the society.

Now on its 10th year, the SEED Academy is one of the many corporate social responsibility projects of SISC that has already helped numerous less fortunate students land decent jobs because of the unique training given to them through the institution’s specially-designed academic program. … [Read more]

Math Whiz Hones Up for Int’l Tourn



Today starts yet another challenging day for Gen Mark Tanno, an incoming grade six Southville student as he prepares for the upcoming mid-year international math competitions to be held in either Korea, Singapore or China.

Gen Mark aced intellectually challenging math problems during the 2010 Young Mathematicians’ In-house Intensive Training Program (YMIITP) sponsored by the Mathematics Trainers Guild of the Philippines (MTG). He ousted more than 700 other aspirants, giving him the Top Scorer Award and crowning him the privilege of representing the country in international competitions. He is set to undergo more rigid and mind-boggling trainings under the 2010 … [Read more]

Southville Nabs Twin Wins



Straight from acing consecutive wins in the International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) Boys and Girls Volleyball Division, Southville International School and Colleges’ athletes once more bring home the bacon upon outplaying British School-Manila in the Girls Basketball finals held in Brent International School-Baguio last January 21-23, 2010. Meanwhile, the Boys Football team, placed third in the same tournament.

Making it to the meet’s all-star teams were Alyanna Ong and Miko Oyama in girls basketball, and John Taylor and Ricky Rens in boys football.

ISAC is the annual sports competition among international schools in the country. -30- [Read more]

Southville students become Microsoft Certified Professionals



Current students and recent graduates of the Information Technology course at Southville have recently gained the prestigious Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist certification on the implementation and maintenance of Microsoft Databases (SQL Server 2005). The exam takers recorded a 100% passing rate for all the non-graduated students of Southville and also a 100% passing rate for all the Southville scholars. This particular certification is valued worldwide due to the degree of difficulty with Training kits and preparation guides typically being over 1000 pages in length.

The IT industry is very volatile and demands a very high quality of professionals. Preferably those … [Read more]

19th Year Glitters with Big Events



The musical performance of Flutist Ray O. Sison and Pianist Ingrid Sala Santamaria, as well as the crowning of 2009 Mr. and Ms. SISC, highlighted the 19th founding anniversary celebration of Southville International School and Colleges.

The week-long festivity held from Sept. 14-19, 2009 featured activities such as Are you Smarter than a Southville Student?; Seminars on Parenting, Art Appreciation, Journalism and Editorial Cartooning; Science Fair; Literary Works Display; Storytelling and a lot more. The Foundation Week also launched the Open Flea Market which aims to generate funds for the SISC Outreach Program- Save a Poor Urban Child. Capping the … [Read more]

Living Up to the International Name, SISC IT Dept, KIV Share Expertise



Armed with the passion to extend expertise on Information Communications Technologies (ICT), members of the Korean Internet Volunteers (KIV) headed by Ilryoung Lee, a graduate school student of Ewha Womans University, spent a month of volunteer work in the Information Technology Department of Southville International School and Colleges.
Joining Ms. Lee are fellow volunteers Bobae Park, Taeyoung Han, and Eungyeong Hur, all part of Team UNIC (United Network of IT Community), who all underwent the extensive screening procedure of the Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion (KADO) under the Ministry of Public Administration and Security. With them is Mr. … [Read more]

ABC’s of Influenza A (H1N1)



A. Signs and Symptoms
-Similar to the symptoms of regular flu such as:
Fever
Headache
Fatigue
Muscle or joint pains
Lack of appetite
Runny nose
Sore throat
Cough
– Vomiting or nausea
– Diarrhea

B. Mode of transmission
Exposure to droplets from the cough and sneeze of the
infected person

C. Prevention
– Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing
– Always wash hands with soap and water
– Use alcohol- based hand sanitizers
– Avoid close contact with sick people
– Increase your body’s resistance
o Have at least 8 hours of sleep
o Be physically active… [Read more]

Southville Brings Principals Together, Shares Best Practices



Recognizing the importance of coming together and learning from each other, Southville recently hosted an intimate chitchat among some school officers of private and public schools in Las Pinas.

The event was an avenue for the schools to listen to the different challenges of implementing senior high school and at the same time, discuss how they can partner to address the gaps identified.

Having been offering Grades 11 and 12 since 2005 through the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, Southville took the lead to share its best practices in Senior High School.

“The chat with fellow school administrators is a good … [Read more]

Southville BS IT Students Join ISOC InterComm 2015



July 8, 2015 – Habagat may have brought torrential rains but this did not stop the students from the college of Information Technology of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) to help in preparing for the Internet Society’s (ISOC) Intercommunity 2015, the first virtual meeting of the global society.

Hosted from SkyCity in Auckland and collocated with InternetNZ NetHui conference, the Intercommunity 2015 aims to celebrate the Internet’s ability to rise beyond boundaries and bring people together. Forums were set up across the different hubs from Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America and Europe. In two and a half hours, … [Read more]

JPCS-Southville Chapter Joins Y4IT Congress



The Junior Philippine Computer Society – Southville International School and Colleges Chapter (JPCS-SISC) attended the 12th Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4IT) held at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay city last September 11, 2014. The Junior Philippine Computer Society – Southville International School and Colleges Chapter (JPCS-SISC) attended the 12th Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4IT) held at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay city last September 11, 2014.
Themed “Harnessing the Power of Me”, the Y4IT event featured professionals hailing from major IT companies, leaders of the Internet governing bodies and trendy startup entrepreneurs. Fifty-nine members of the JPCS – … [Read more]

Southville Students Ace the IGCSE Exams



Southville International School and Colleges’ Hwang In Wook of International Baccalaureate (IB) 1 obtained the highest grade of A* in the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examination in Chemistry conducted by the University of Cambridge, UK. Three other SISC students got a grade of A namely Lee So Min of IB – 1 for Chemistry, Mirielle Gianna Mintu of Gr. 10 – Commitment for Biology, and Kim Kyung Rok of IB – 1 for Mathematics B. They took the test when they were in Junior High School last academic year.

Subjects are graded A*, A, B, C, D, … [Read more]

Southville Karatekas Bring Home The Gold



September 3, 2016 – The Karateras of Southville International School and Colleges brought home eight medals from the 2016 Philippine Karate League – National Karatedo Championship held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

The 5-man team of Southville Karate won three gold, three silver, and two bronze in various categories like the Bo (staff), Kata, and Nunchaku. The winners are:

• Josette Aurelio – Gold in Bo (Staff) and Novice Level Kata
• Danielle Marquez – Gold in Girls Intermediate kata and Silver in Nunchakku
• Karanvir Bansal – Silver in Bo (Staff)
• Alexandra Justine Jarvis – … [Read more]

Photoshop Workshop for Designers of the Future



July 27, 2016 – Students of Captain Albert Aguilar National High School came to Southville International School and Colleges for a one-day workshop on the basics of Adobe Photoshop.

The participants arrived at the venue around 9:30 AM for the registration, followed by an icebreaker. The game then gave way to Selina and Kate’s official start of the Photoshop demonstration. They started with the very basic concept of Photoshop as students listened attentively. Some had technical difficulties but they were assisted by Multimedia Arts students.

After the demonstrations, the participants were given a task to design a poster with the … [Read more]

Nursing Students 100% All Aboard!



July 27, 2016 – Southville’s Multi-Purpose Hall was once again filled with 100 percent attendance of BSN students as the College of Nursing held its 1st BSN Lecture Series for AY 2016-2017.

The program featured a lecture presentation on the Australian model of Emergent Care of Clients with Maladaptive Behavior by guest resource speaker Ms. Jam T. Javellana, RN. Nurse Jam is a Southville-BSN alumna from Class 2010. She now works in a highly specialized unit adjunct to the state-of-the-art Emergency Department complex of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia.

The session brought awareness to the scope of … [Read more]

Southville College Kicks off with School Pride and Student Recognition



July 14, 2016 – School spirit intensified as Southville International School and Colleges launched the start of the First semester with a College General Assembly.

Students from all nine colleges flooded the Monarchs Hall to show love and rally behind their deans through the thunderous applause, cheers, flags and balloons.

To further sow seeds of inspiration among the student body, the event recognized last year’s achievers. Every college awarded their top 5 students with applause and Dean’s Lister certificates. All Dean’s Listers are then ranked, with the Top 10 brought to the stage to more applause and whistles from their … [Read more]

The Season of Giving



They say that part of Christmas is about giving gifts and spreading joy. Last December, the Psychology and Tourism students together with the faculty of Southville International School and Colleges did just that with a gift-giving program for the children of CAA.

A few weeks before the event, the students were given a wishlist with the names of the children so they will have ample time to buy presents for their chosen kid. They had the chance to be Santa Claus for a day by giving the kids the presents that they desired. Hundreds of gifts were collected, and some … [Read more]

Seniors excel in college applications



Gillian Joy S. Cruz of Senior High School was awarded the De La Salle College of Saint Benilde – Benildean Excellence in Scholastic and Talent (BEST) scholarship. The BEST Scholarship is the highest form of scholarship in the College, and is awarded to those who have an outstanding academic record and consistent substantive achievement in curricular, co- and extracurricular activities.

Another senior, Jeong Young Chae, was accepted to the Korea University College of Engineering, one of the prestigious SKY universities which is the Korean equivalent of the Ivy League. [Read more]

Seniors excel in college applications



Gillian Joy S. Cruz of Senior High School was awarded the De La Salle College of Saint Benilde – Benildean Excellence in Scholastic and Talent (BEST) scholarship. The BEST Scholarship is the highest form of scholarship in the College, and is awarded to those who have an outstanding academic record and consistent substantive achievement in curricular, co- and extracurricular activities.

Another senior, Jeong Young Chae, was accepted to the Korea University College of Engineering, one of the prestigious SKY universities which is the Korean equivalent of the Ivy League.

  [Read more]

Senior Enters College with Flying Colors



Sun Min Lee of Gr. 12 – Initiative was awarded the Loyola Schools Director’s List Scholarship based on her exemplary score in the Ateneo College Entrance Test ( ACET ) high school academic performance, and co- curricular activities.

“Sun Min has a caring personality which allows her to work well with others. I can say without a shadow of doubt that she is exceptionally diligent, talented and hardworking. We hope for the best for Sun Min,” said Ms. Nessie Lumbres, Deputy Principal for Grades 9-12.

The scholarship is given to the Top 200 incoming college freshmen applying for Ateneo de … [Read more]

Beat the Heat at Southville!



Southville International School and Colleges is all set to beat the summer heat with a welcome party for new college students on May 22, 2015 from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the Monarchs Gym. Packed with fun-filled activities such as dancing, games, and more, Beat the Heat is a great opportunity for new students to know more about Southville and meet new friends! To cap off the event, a concert in the evening called Friday Night Live will entertain participants with music from Paolo Valenciano, Quest, and RJ Dela Fuente (from The Voice PH), and electrifying dance tunes from Silverfilter.… [Read more]

Southville Officer Delivers a Speech at the ASEAN Teachers Conference



On March 4, 2015, our Vice-President for Academics and Research Dr. Marjorie Gutierrez-Tangog delivered a talk at the “ASEAN Teachers Conference: Learning to Learn Above SEA Level and Tomorrow”. The event was held at the Amoranto Theater, Diliman Quezon City and was attended by teachers and education students from Metro Manila. Joining her as keynote speakers were Senator Bam Aquino, Senator Nikki Coseteng, assistant Vice President of UP –Professor Nes Raneses, and Principal of the Year Ms. Espe Bautista.

In keeping abreast with globalization standards, Dr. Tangog urged her fellow educators to use information technology as a platform for learning. … [Read more]

Pacquiao & Mayweather exhibiting the 5Cs



Manny Pacquiao

Eight-division world champion

Manny Pacquiao is known for his character, his humility even with his achievements, 57 wins, 38 of which are won by KO and 5 losses. His speed and strength has been proven again and again inside the ring but, Manny wanted people to remember him for is his devotion to the Lord. Manny never fails to glorify God in every speaking engagement; he once said, “I want to let the people know that there is God who can raise someone from nothing into something. That’s me, that’s me, I came from nothing into something,. Aside … [Read more]

MMA 1 Holds Comic Exhibit



Media Center, Lux Building – the inauguration of Multimedia Freshmen’s exhibit Comic Relief took place from March 17, 2015. The exhibit comprised of one-page comic strips made by the students for their Intermediate Drawing class along with a corresponding poster and cover.

The ribbon was cut at around 12:30 PM by Dr. Felma Tria, the college’s dean, with the presence of Mr. Joey Reboredo, the professor of the said class. Juice and finger foods such as sandwiches, chips, and cookies were also given to the guests soon after.

The exhibit ran until March 20, 2015 at around 5 PM.

Each … [Read more]

IB Holds Parent’s Information Meeting



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) invites parents to learn more about the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme through an Information Meeting on Friday, April 17, 4:30 p.m. at Room 201 located at the 3rd floor of the Tropical Campus. The assembly comprises of a discussion about the IB Programme, an open forum, and a school tour. Relatives and friends are also welcome to attend. To confirm your attendance, please contact the PR department at 825-6374 or 820-8702 or email pr@southville.edu.ph

  [Read more]

Nursing major joins Leadership Congress



The 1st Asian Federation of Student Leaders (AFSL) International Youth Congress held last January 21-24, 2015 in Guam, USA gave its delegates an opportunity to develop strong leadership skills like self-management, people management, and task management anchored on character, integrity and collaboration, thus, fostering peace, harmony, and global kinship through social responsiveness and servant-leadership.

Loren Angeli Estavillo, who was the College of Nursing’s delegate to the Congress, gained invaluable experiences that will help her develop the competencies toward becoming a nurse leader and manager as she embarks in her chosen profession. SISC’s College of Nursing has always been open to … [Read more]

Southville Gears Up for 2015 WASC Visit



“The entire school leadership and staff of Southville International School Colleges have shown a commitment to provide a quality educational program for its students. The curriculum and instructional methodologies are fully developed for Grades K-12 and the IB Diploma Programme,” thus reported the WASC Committee in their evaluation during their visit last February 2012.

This year, Southville is highly focused on the mid-year visit of the Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC), USA in February 2015. As part of the WASC review, committees have been formed to discuss, document, monitor and implement the self-study process to better facilitate a … [Read more]

Southville Places 4th in 2014 EdukCircle Docu Fest



Given barely two weeks of preparation for the competition in an unlikable weather, Team Southville composed of Communication and Multimedia Arts Students Arthessa Bola, Mark Castillo, Bea Dela Cruz, Jay Gurbuxani, Rhenessa Lacerna, Danica Jelina Rayos, Christel Reyes, Wilhelmina Zara, Ren De Guzman and James Ocampo, placed fourth in the 2014 2014 EdukCircle Documentary Film held last year.

With the theme Media and Politics: Reporting the Philippines’ Recent Biggest Political Scandals, the competition was sponsored by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and was held to evaluate the communication practices in different academic fields.

Team Southville topped over more than … [Read more]

Southville Math Genius off to National finals



Gen Mark Tanno of Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) International Baccalaureate Diploma Program hurdled the area stage of the Philippine Mathematical Olympiad (PMO) to advance to the National Finals of the oldest and most prestigious math competitions among public and private high school students in the country.

 

As one of the twenty qualifiers for the National Finals, Gen Mark will have the chance to be a part of the Philippine Team that will represent the country in the 56th International Math Olympiad (IMO) in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

The Philippine Mathematic Olympiad is a Mathematics competition for High School … [Read more]

Second Run: Parenting Seminar



It has been said that family plays a very important role in developing one’s behavior and personality thus building a good family relationship is essential in molding an individual. In line with this, the College of Psychology conducted the second run of its outreach program for parents. A series of parenting sessions were conducted every Saturday afternoon from February 22 to March 22, 2014. This was conducted by the College of Psychology as headed by its faculty and students. It was attended by parents of Phase IV CAA community. The focus was on the importance of communication among the family … [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]

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]

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]

Tips for Students in Making a New Year’s Resolution



We’ve heard the jokes and read the memes about New Year’s Resolution. We have laughed at it and shared it to our friends. But the thing here, have you made one already? No matter how cliché making one is, it is still a tool in achieving more every year. The only key is to do it right and start ahead. Here are some tips: .

Assess yourself
Were you able to attain your goals last year? This is the time to ponder upon the things you did. Have you improved yourself? Have you failed more than once? Before making new … [Read more]

Preparing Your Little Child in His First Day in an International School



One of the most anticipated days for parents is the first day of school of their children; the first step towards learning and growing up. However, as any changes in life, most kids are not initially comfortable with this and will get bad-tempered in class. But still, as a parent you can exert efforts to do some activities prior to this event to prepare your little one in his first day. .

Visit the school together.
Isn’t it more comfortable to have seen the place with a loved one before staying there alone? Before your child gets lost in the … [Read more]

Maestro Arnel de Pano Teaches Choral Music to SISC Students in Open Workshop



Music lovers got a first taste of what it means to sing and perform choral music from no less than Maestro Arnel de Pano in an Open Choral Workshop held at the Southville International Schools and Colleges on January 24.

The workshop, titled “I Love Music,” had Maestro Arnel teaching the basic elements of the art to college students. Topics covered were rhythm, melody, tempo, the different musical styles and the students were encouraged to participate by singing even as they were taught how to prepare their vocal instruments. Mr. de Pano is a prominent singer, composer, and music teacher … [Read more]

Southville’s Golf Whiz emerges as victor in PHL Girls – Junior Golf Championship



Abby Arevalo, a Basic Education student of Southville International School and Colleges triumphed in the recent 2013 Pondok Indah Junior Golf Championship in Jakarta Indonesia. Arevalo won second place via courtback over Thailand’s Rojanapeansatith. ICTSI – Philippines placed 1st in the team championships with a score of 440 (148-152-140), with Thailand scoring at 443 (150-138-155) and Indonesia at 473 (161-157-155).

  [Read more]

Southville Educ Students Showcase Sign Language Skills @ National Disability Week



In celebration of the National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week, Southville Education Students showcased knowledge of their sign language skills as they interpreted the Philippine National Anthem and prayer during the opening ceremony of Persons and Disabilities Family Day.

“It is amazing to see fellow education students doing sign language. Language is not a barrier at all. It makes me look forward to my sign language class in the future,” says Joie Balmes, a sophomore student.

Apart from the Family Day, education students joined Persons with Disabilities Program and Parade in Las Piñas, a Consultation Forum in SM Southmall, medical … [Read more]

Renowned Business Book Author Underscores Southville’s First Alumni Networking Series



By Mary Therese Villafuerte-Barja

Mr. Yeng Remulla, the author of bestselling business books “Productive Pinoy” and “Start Something New,” shared his entrepreneurship know-how during the First Alumni Networking Series in Southville International School and Colleges last September 27, 2013. Mr. Remulla gave tips on how the alumni participants can make use of what they have and start a business venture. Mr. Remulla, who started his first business at the age of 19, has been an entrepreneur for 15 years already. Since then, he has been invited by many companies or organizations to talk about productivity, entrepreneurship and the art of … [Read more]

Southville Grade schoolers open their minds to entrepreneurship



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Grades 3 – 7 students learned what it is like to be their own boss at the annual Entrepreneurship Days held recently.Organized by Math & Business Department, the program had engaging and fun activities designed to inspire the students’ interest in entrepreneurship, and their ability to create and implement innovative ideas. Prior to the event, the participants learned about teamwork and business formation as they worked in groups to create a company name, logo and slogan, assign job functions, and come up with marketable products.

During the event, SISC Grade Schoolers got the chance … [Read more]

Southville Second Term PTC set on January 25



The Parent-Teacher Conference (PTC) regarding your child’s school performance during the Second Term will be on January 25, 2013. This is also an opportune time for you to meet with your child’s sponsor who acts as his /her guardian in school. The PTC schedule will be 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (following pre-arranged schedule for parents) in Munich, Elizalde & Luxembourg Campuses.

After the PTC, Grade School and High School parents are invited to attend the Online Grades orientation session in the computer lab of your child’s campus. This Internet-based service provides parents an easy way to access information of … [Read more]

Southville Hosts Intercollegiate Stock X Challenge Road Show



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), given its strong advocacy of developing future capital and securities market participants, was chosen by First Metro Investment Corporation (FMIC), Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) and Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP), to host the third in the series of nationwide road shows of the Intercollegiate Stock X Challenge.

Last August 28, 2012, business students from Lyceum of the Philippines – Laguna, ABE International Business College – Las Piñas, Immaculate Heart of Mary College – Parañaque, Southville Foreign University, and Southville International School and Colleges actively participated in a day of orientation, lecture, and … [Read more]

International Baccalaureate Classes Start



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme students for Academic Year 2012 – 2013 were warmly welcomed by the IB officers and instructors spearheaded by SISC IB Coordinator, Ms. Marie Anne Mirando.

The students were given a glimpse of the two-year IB programme, governed by the Swiss-based International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), that requires IB students to take advanced classes in six subjects, become proficient in a second language, do volunteer work, and undertake original research that results in a 4,000-word essay. They must also satisfy rigorous assessment criteria in all IB subjects before receiving the IB … [Read more]

International Accreditors Affirm SISC as a World Class Educational Institution



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) has made it again!

 

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), USA granted SISC another six years of accreditation that has to be re-validated by June 30, 2018. The 5-day re-accreditation process was conducted by the WASC Committee in SISC last February 2012.

 

The WASC accreditation committee was comprised of Chairperson Constance Oliver, Vice Chairperson William Cristelman, and members Patrick Houterman, Gwen Ueoka, William Butcher, and Andy Valadka. They evaluated SISC based on the areas of school administration, academic excellence, teaching, learning and community orientation, and diversity. After a week of … [Read more]

Southville Monarchs excel in martial arts



Gen Mark Tanno of Grade 9 – Compassion was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) by the Goshin Budo Kai, the council of Goju Ryu Karatedo blackbelts, for 2012. He was selected from among the best karatedo players from different schools for the period of November 2011 – October 2012. Gen Mark was recognized for his skills, achievement, and attitude during the awarding held last October 27, 2012. In taekwondo, Miguel Gutierrez of Grade 6 – Perseverance won a gold medal in the Poomsae event and a silver medal in the sparring event in the elementary division of the MUNTIPARLAS (Muntinlupa, … [Read more]

Southville Empowers Youth, Over 200 Students Sold on SOLID



It is through empowering the youth that we cause change; as the youths of today, are leaders of tomorrow. Anchored on the vision of “developing movers of society”, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recently held a career fair for high school students from Muntinlupa, Parañaque and Las Piñas. Dubbed as SOLID Career Affair, the event aimed at helping students decide on what course to take in college through mini workshops on examining one’s multiple intelligences, photography, website designing, sign language, a tour of the nursing laboratory and actual online stock trading at the school’s Capital Market and Entrepreneurship Center. … [Read more]

Southville Students Excel in Chalk Art Contest



While a chalk is usually a teacher’s instrument in writing lectures, two SISC high school students mastered using this unconventional medium in making an art design.

 

Francheska Calara of Grade 10 Conviction and Juna Lee of Grade 9 Fortitude won 1st and 2nd places respectively in the Lyra On-the-Spot Colored Chalk Menu Board Design Contest held at Sanctuario de San Antonio Parish Center, Forbes Park, Makati City. Their finished artworks which are both visually stimulating and functional bested the signage designed by other high school students.

 

Creativity is one of the 5Cs that Southville International School and Colleges … [Read more]

Southville Student Celebrates Birthday through Outreach



A teen’s 13th birthday is always a special occasion. But when Tracy Lagacion, Grade 9 student of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) celebrated hers last June 25, 2012, she made it a special occasion not just for herself, but also for the children of SISC’s Save a PO.U.Ch. (Poor Urban Child) Program. She celebrated her birthday with the 13 P.O.U.Ch. beneficiaries she is sponsoring from CAA Elementary school, and also donated funds for the said outreach program. “Instead of having people bring me birthday gifts, I thought it would be good if I could give back to the kids … [Read more]

Tanno Aces International Math Tilts



Gen Mark Tanno, High School II student of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), received a Distinction Certificate in the Fermat Contest conducted by the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) of the University of Waterloo, Canada. He ranked in the top 25% of all the participants who took the test.

Tanno also received a Merit Award in the 9th Southeast Mathematical Olympiad held in Xiamen, China last July 25-29, 2012. He is the youngest among six participants chosen by the Mathematics Trainers’ Guild (MTG) Philippines to represent the country in the said tilt.

Congratulations Gen Mark! Your … [Read more]

Southville Mathletes Earned Top Scores in International Math Competition



Contestants from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) received three High Distinction, four Distinction, and seven Credit Certificates in the 2013 University of New South Wales International Competition and Assessment for Schools (ICAS) in Mathematics.

Besides the Philippines, schools from Brunei, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, India, South Africa, Hong Kong, China, and the Pacific Region also participated.

Gwyneth Margaux Tangog of Gr. 4 – Humility, Gen Mark Tanno of Gr. 10 – Commitment, and Miguel Angelo Villar of Gr. 10 – Responsibility were named High Distinction awardees for belonging in the top 1% of the participants in their grade … [Read more]

Monarch’s Streetdance Competition



Supreme Student Council & Council of Leaders organized the first dance competition in SISC history titled “Monarchs Streetdance Showdown”, showcasing the students’ talent for dancing, particularly in hiphop.

Seven groups from Southville International School and Colleges, SEED Academy and South-Seed LPDH College were pitted against each other. Third place went to the group Campus Dance Crew led by David Asprer. Second place went to an all-Psychology group Psychalysts led by Carisma Anne Flores. Drizzler from SEED Academy led by Joebert Pagdato won 1st place. [Read more]

Southville Stat team among topnotchers



The SISC team of Erika Canonizado, Cylde Huang, Chae Young Jeong, and Min Jeong Kim finished in the Top 5 of the Statistical Challenge XV
hosted by UP Variates, a socioacademic student organization in the University of the Philippines Diliman School of Statistics.

The annual inter-secondary school quiz show is one of the country’s most prestigious statistical contests featuring 41 schools from 10 provinces with the primary goal of letting students appreciate the uses of Statistics. [Read more]

JPCS Conducts IT Career Lecture



The Junior Philippine Computer Society – Southville International School and Colleges chapter (JPCS – SISC) closed the academic year with their 4th lecture series entitled: “Define your Dream” and “Are You Ready for an IT Career?” with special guest speakers Ms. Vivienne Mangalindan and Ms. Eloisa Tinio, respectively.

 

With the continuing success of JPCS-SISC on conducting seminars, the BS IT students gained insights on career path and practical tips on what IT industries are looking from the management’s perspective.

 

The event was spearheaded by BS IT Chairperson Dr. Chit Crisostomo, instructors Mr. Armando Mendoza Jr. and Mr. Ricky … [Read more]

Southville Media Arts Students Nab Twin Wins



AB Multimedia Arts students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) nabbed top prizes at the 26th Visual Arts Competition Photo Contest held at SM Southmall’s Event Center last February 10, 2012.

 

Besting several students from different schools in the South, Roel Mathew Baban (AB-MMA 3) and Encar Sarah Lopez (AB-MMA 2) won 1st and 4th places respectively with their photos following the theme “Only in the Philippines.” Baban’s winning entry is a sliced green mango while Lopez’s is a calamares (fried squid). Both photos captured the simplicity and uniqueness of two of the most popular and best-loved Pinoy … [Read more]

Southville Students Shine in UN Simulation



Six high school students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) joined more than 200 delegates from 66 schools around the world at Georgetown University – School of Foreign Service’s 7th Model United Nations (MUN) conference held last February 1 – 4, 2012 at Doha, Qatar.

 

The meet seeks to provide an unparalleled educational experience for talented secondary school students as they learn about the United Nations, international institutions, and the democratic political process through an exciting role-playing experience.

 

The SISC delegation was composed of Jan Nathalia Atendido, Ana Andres, A Young Choi, Polo De Castro, Karren Delgado, … [Read more]

Southville Students to Experience Europe in Global Village Program



Now on its fourteenth year, the Global Village Program of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) provides students with a unique, personal, and intercultural learning experience. Participants get to visit Asia, North America, or Europe and broaden their understanding of other cultures.

This year, the foreign tour will explore Paris, Rome, Venice, Salzburg, and Munich. The program is open to grade school, high school, and college students. Parents, relatives, and friends of SISC students are also welcome to join.

For more details, please contact Ms. Floribel Ferrer at 825-6374 local 166. [Read more]

Southville Preschool Runs for Sendong Victims



The Early Childhood Education Division (Preschool – Grade 2) of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) will hold its annual Sportsfest and Family Day at Monarchs Gym of Luxembourg Campus on February 4, 2012.

The event will start with a Fun Run / Walk for a Cause dubbed as “Run for Love: A Benefit Run for Sendong Victims” open to all SISC parents, students, and friends. Proceeds will go to the typhoon victims in Mindanao.

Other highlights of the event include the cheering and field demonstrations of preschool students, community exercises, and fun games among families divided into three teams: … [Read more]

Juniors Undergo Career Exploration



The High School III class of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) had a Career Exploration Symposium recently featuring successful people in the fields of information technology, health service, hotel and restaurant management, media arts, education, business, and psychology. The professionals expounded on the practices, challenges, and rewards of each discipline. The participants were also presented with college options available to them including those from the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) schools.

Current courses in SISC are: AB Communication, AB Media Arts, BS accountancy, BS Information Technology, BS Nursing, BS Psychology, BS Tourism, BS Business Administration Major in Marketing Management … [Read more]

Grade School Math Buffs Triumph



The Grade School Math Team comprised of Adrian Mendoza, Chan Hee Lee and Jae Hyo Jang took second place in the Inter-Elementary Math Contest held at the University of the Philippines – Los Baños last January 16, 2012. The team was awarded a gold medal, trophy, certificate, and cash for besting thirty-eight other teams. [Read more]

Psychology and CAPS Departments Tie Up for Outreach Program



The Psychology Department and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) took heed of its social responsibility by recently conducting a series of seminars to the parents of CAA day care students.

The six sessions focused on holistic development of parents through values formation, parenting communication, spiritual parenting and interpersonal relationship with the aim to make the participants more aware of their responsibilities in honing the lives of their children to become better people, and for their families to have a life of service. Workshops and activities were also conducted to maximize learning.

The said … [Read more]

Southville Teams Rank in National Stock Trading Challenge



Two college teams of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) ranked 5th and 6th places in the 2011 Equity Challenge: Clash of the Universities sponsored by Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) and Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). 60 groups from 14 colleges and universities battled in the said tournament which ran from August 9 to October 7, 2011.

Four SISC teams qualified for the final round, two of which landed in the Top 10. 5th place was Team 1 comprised of Karen Africano, May Anne Aves and Shiela Azon, coached by Dr. Marl Ferenal. 6th place was Team 3 whose … [Read more]

Tanno Gets High Distinction Award in 2011 ICAS – Math



Fresh from his victory in the International Competitions and Assessment for Schools (ICAS) – Science, Gen Mark Tanno once again made Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) proud as he brought home an additional recognition, this time in ICAS – Math. ICAS provides independent and extensive evaluation of students’ understanding in the core learning areas.

His exceptional aptitude in mathematics, hard work, and determination landed him the High Distinction Award in the said international assessment developed by the Educational Assessment Australia (EAA) of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Global Pty Limited. Conducted annually in Australia, ICAS – Math … [Read more]

Southville Holds Car Show for a Cause



The Southville International Junior Marketing Association organized the South Beat Car Show last September 17, 2011 in line with the festivities of Southville International School and Colleges’ 21st Anniversary Celebration. The event brought together car aficionados showcasing their most modern and luxurious vehicles. Southville beauties dubbed as “car babes” also ramped the night away in the modeling competition.

Major and special awards were given to the participants whose vehicles stood out and wowed the audience. The exhibit was so successful that the organizers had to fit in more cars than the maximum of 60 that the Munich parking lot can … [Read more]

Film Enthusiasts Attend Cinemalaya 2011



Cineaste is Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) interest club for students who are film aficionados. Last July 21, 2011, they had their first exposure trip to the Cultural Center of the Philippines to watch a movie in the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival.

Accompanied by their club moderator, Moises Anthony Cruz, who is also an independent filmmaker, the students had a chance to view an art film different from mainstream cinema. A short lecture and critical reflection were done after the film viewing.

Exposure trips such as this are initiated by SISC to enhance classroom learning and support student … [Read more]

Southville Students Rediscover Philippine History



In line with Southville International School and Colleges’ advocacy of instilling in its students the value of patriotism, the College of Business Administration and High School Division sponsored a Business Lecture Series – CEO Forum last July 21, 2011. College and high school students assembled to hear the talk of the Executive Assistant to the Mayor of the City of Manila and the Vice-Chairperson of Manila Historical and Heritage Commission, Ms. Gemma Cruz – Araneta.

 

Ms. Araneta emphasized the ten turning points of Philippine History, where the Paleolithic Period, coming of Islam, entry of Christianity, and the People Power … [Read more]

Southville Students Join National Children’s Book Reading Day



It was laughter and learning rolled into one as the Grade 2 students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) participated in the 2011 National Children’s Book Reading Day held in SM South Mall Event Center last July 19, 2011. The same event was held simultaneously in 41 SM Malls nationwide, including SM Xiamen, Jinjiang, and Chengdu in China.

 

SISC students together with other kids from Las Piñas schools enjoyed the story telling by different partner representatives, including Southville teacher Ms. Laurice Saflor, and actress-dancer Ms. Regine Tolentino. They were amazed by the stories entitled, “The Monkey and the … [Read more]

Southville Alumnus Brings Good News to Vietnam



Former High School Student Council President Juan Alfredo Calayan expressed his unfathomable joy when he visited the school recently.

Fondly called Red by his former schoolmates, classmates and teachers, the student leader embarked on a missionary trip to Vietnam with the main goal of reaching out to its students and praying for open doors in the universities.

“We had many apprehensions since we were told that this was a very strict nation when it comes to preaching the Gospel, but praise God, when we arrived there, they welcomed us with arms wide open,” shared Red.

Though a non-sectarian school, SISC … [Read more]

Tanno Aces Intensive Math Training Program



Gen Mark Tanno, a 6th grade student of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), qualified for the 2011 Young Mathematicians’ In-House Intensive Training Program (YMIITP) for elementary students held last March 21-24 in Naga City, Bicol. The YMIITP is a combination of lectures and exams in trigonometry, inequalities, quadratic equations, and other advanced topics.

 

A total of 800 participants all over the country joined the training program but only 104 math whizzes emerged as qualifiers after passing the battery of quizzes.

 

His feat made Gen Mark eligible for the training’s final phase known as the Mathematical Olympiad Summer
[Read more]

Get SMART this Summer!



A variety of fun and informative programs are available at the SMART (Sports, Mental, Artistic) Program, Southville International School and Colleges’ summer offerings for children, teens, and adults who would like to spend their time productively.

SMART academic offerings include Booster and Enhancement Programs in Reading, Math, Science, French, Spanish, Public Speaking, Science, Computer, and Social Science. For foreign students, English as Second Language and Filipino are available.

In Performing Arts, the classes offered are Voice, Piano, Guitar, Violin, Musical Theater and Ballet. Painting and Cooking courses are also available. For the sport buffs, there are sessions in Basketball, Volleyball,
[Read more]

SISC Global Village Tours Set



How would you like to view the original Mona Lisa portrait? How about a relaxing gondola ride in Venice? Or is walking barefoot in Boracay more to your liking? You can do all these and more by joining the Global Village Program, a unique, personal, and inter-cultural learning experience provided by Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) to its students.

For this summer, participants get to visit Paris, Lucerne, Venice, and Rome on May 23-31, 2011, while the local tour will be held in Boracay on May 7-9, 2011.

The Global Village Program is open to Grade School, High School,
[Read more]

Preschool Division Runs for the Environment



Southville International School and Colleges’ Early Childhood Education Division invites its students, their parents and other interested parties to join a Fun Run on February 12, 2011 with the theme “Clean and Green 2011”.

Registration starts at 6:00 AM. Special tokens for the oldest and youngest runners, the earliest registrant, and family of runners will be given away.

After the run, Preschool to Grade 2 students will showcase their dancing skills through field demo presentations in Gym 2 of Luxembourg Campus. Other exciting activities such as the Sportsfest and Family Day are in store for the participants.

For more details

[Read more]

Enciso Skates Her Way to Victory Again



Skating sensation Verniece Enciso emerged as the Highest Female Pointer in the High Level Division of Skate Manila 2010 held last October 28-30 at the SM Mall of Asia. Besting the other 150 participants in front of almost a thousand spectators, she reaped 12 gold medals and 1 silver. This recent feat adds up to her long list of awards and recognition in ice skating.

Verniece had been a student of SISC’s I.N.N.O.V.E. Education Solution which integrates a home study and one-on-one consultations with teachers. Now she is a regular senior high school student excitedly awaiting her graduation next year. … [Read more]

SISC dance crew wins



Four very talented students from the College Division namely Christian E. Sekhanan (BS Psychology), Nicole Marie A. Santos (BS Psychology), John Joseph D.C. Quiachon (BS Nursing) and Ryuji Z. Tachiba (BSBA Marketing) composing the dance crew “eCSentric” prevailed in the “Dance Battle Showdown 2010” held last October 1, 2010 at The Fort, Taguig City. They garnered a score of 93.2% in the finals to place 1st among 8 other dance groups from different schools in Metro Manila. [Read more]

SISC Becomes Part of the Historical 10.10.10 Run for Pasig Event



Fully clad in sports outfits and armed with passion to protect the environment, the 214-strong Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) contingent led by its president Dr. Marl Ferenal joined more than 100,000 runners in the Run for Pasig Event last October 10, 2010.

The said event was part of the ABS-CBN Foundation’s initiatives to raise funds for the Pasig River and mobilize the Filipino people into real and prompt action. Although the runs began at different starting points, all converged in the Mall of Asia. The 10.10.10 Run for Pasig River event is expected to land the Philippines another … [Read more]

SISC Holds Alumni Homecoming for its International Week Celebration



Calling all SISC alumni!
Southville International Schools and Colleges (SISC) will hold an Alumni Homecoming for College and High School on October 23, 2010, 6:00 PM, at Gym 1 of Luxembourg Campus.
This momentous event is a chance to reminisce the past and open communication channels for the future.
“It’s an opportunity for us to welcome you back after you left the portals of your alma mater, and a chance for us to know how SISC made you a mover of society who makes a difference in the life of others in the 21st century,” said Mr. Rene Aligonero,
[Read more]

PeaceTech Founder to Talk on International Week



Canadian Journalist and PeaceTech Founder Robin Pettyfer will talk about internationalism and the role of the youth in addressing issues concerning peace and other challenges and solutions during Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) International Week Celebration on October 18-23, 2010.
With the theme “Unity in Cultural Diversity,” the International Week Celebration is a school’s tradition aimed at making the students realize their indispensable part in nation building and cultural understanding.
Opening the celebration is the Parade of Nations featuring students from grade school to high school in their national costumes followed by week-long entrepreneurship bazaar of the students. Other
[Read more]

Li’l Princess now a CCP Ballerina



Ms. Earth Angel 2008 and Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) student Joanna Marcelo is one of the privileged few chosen to receive a full scholarship in ballet from the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP).

“It is very seldom that someone new in this field would be given a full scholarship. Most of the time, scholarships are given to intermediate dancers that’s why I am very honored to receive it,” Joanna humbly exclaimed.

Joanna initially got a half scholarship last summer and eventually qualified for the full scholarship.  She is now busy rehearsing for the CCP’s Peter Pan production.

[Read more]

SISC Joins the Int’l Bamboo Organ Festival



SISC Tourism students were invited by the Las Piñas Bamboo Organ Foundation Committee to be ushers and usherettes in the 36th International Bamboo Organ Festival held last February 17-23, 2011. They were Diandra Bonus, Justin Formentera, Bea Tantiongco, Cylene Apao, Brian Dela Peña, Alissa Jean Du, Emily Gaiser, Ira Nicdao, Roi Pomar, Marc Oñate, MJ Palado, and Kian Tirados.

The festival featured cultural and musical presentations to promote tourism development through the historic Bamboo Organ in St. Joseph Parish, Las Piñas City. SISC students were elated to be exposed to events that are vital to the country’s tourism industry. [Read more]

Social Responsibility Highlighted in Int’l Friendship Day



More than meeting new friends from other schools, SISC Girl Scouts from preschool to grade six exercised leadership skills and practiced social responsibility, during the International Friendship Day of the USA Girl Scouts Overseas-Manila Chapter held at International School Manila last November 21, 2009. Each Girl Scout was asked to bring a bucket of toiletries containing towel, body powder, toothbrush, comb, soap, shampoo and the likes, to be given to Girl Scout of the Philippines (GSP) troops in Pangasinan.
“It was fun and very exciting,” exclaimed Liana Palmiery of Grade 3 Peace, who only joined the Girl Scout because of
[Read more]

Intellectual Tournament Set



November 26 marks the largest scholarly competition among the Grades Six to High School IV students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) as they compete in the upcoming 2nd Academic Olympiad.
Celebrating the theme “The catalyst of a socially responsible future,” students will get to participate in activities all aimed at showcasing their wits and talents and building up camaraderie and collaboration among them. The students will be grouped into six teams, namely, Laurels, Hearts, Stars, Pink, Green, and Purple. Contests include an essay writing competition, debate, spelling bee, tug-o-wits, extemporaneous speaking, video production, mural making, project runway,
[Read more]

Breaking Barriers through Po.U.Ch.



“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

–          Nelson Mandela, South African President

 

As young as nine years old, Southville students are involved in social outreach programs of the school. One of which is the Save a Poor Urban Child (Po.U.Ch.) launched in 1992, a program that addresses the daily nutritional and schooling needs of poor but deserving school children. Each level from grade 3 to grade 11 SISC holds a special P.O.U.C.H. day where each student adopts a P.O.U.C.H. for a day and interacts with a beneficiary.

 

        “I felt that [Read more]

International Netters Meet Up at Southville



Straight from grandslamming in the International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) for Volleyball last year, Southville International School and Colleges is set to host the upcoming ISAC Volleyball Boys and Girls Competition to be held on October 8-10, 2009.

The Southville Monarch’s Volleyball team will be competing with first-rate spikers of Brent International School Manila, Brent International School Subic, Brent International School Baguio, European International School, British School Manila, Cebu International School, and Faith Academy of Mindanao. [Read more]

Southville BS Psychology Graduates Conquer the Psychometrician Licensure Exams



September 9, 2016 – Seven graduates of the BS Psychology Class 2016 of Southville International School and Colleges passed the recent August 2016 Psychometrician Licensure Examination as per the official results release by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and Board of Psychology (BoP).

IC Bersaba, Angelica Bonuan, Regine Flores, Elaine La Cuesta, Khrizia Parco, Kerry Requierro, Mary Jhossan Sonico of Class 2016 are now certified Psychometricians who will surely make a difference in the society.

Regine Flores, who graduated as Cum Laude, shared that reviewing for the board exam should not be a burden but a stepping stone in reaching … [Read more]

Southville College of Nursing Honors a New Achiever



“High achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectations.” 
– Charles Kettering

It has been three years in a row that Southville’s College of Nursing has been honoring a topnotch graduate. This year has been doubly significant because it also marked the year an entire class achieved 100 percent passing in the national nursing licensure examination.

Last August 27, 2016 a simple but special program was held to honor Jasmine C. Lazaro, RN. She did not just land in the list of the top ten Philippine Nursing Licensure Examinees but was also an exemplary student while in the … [Read more]

Southville Advocates Student Entrepreneurship through the 1st Entrep Boot Camp



In advocacy of instilling the spirit of Entrepreneurship in the hearts and minds of the students, Southville International School and Colleges held the 1st Entrep Boot Camp at the Multi Purpose Hall of the school’s Tropical Campus last August 18 – 20, 2016.

The Entrep Boot Camp is a three-day seminar-workshop designed to orient students in generating, developing, and evaluating ideas to launch innovative and viable new products. Various tools and techniques were introduced that allowed the participants to “develop and construct” new products which were presented before a panel of judges on the third day.

Guiding the 41 participants … [Read more]

Southville Student Hosts the First Speedcubing Competition in Las Piñas



Southville International School and Colleges hosted the first ever Speedcubing competition in Las Piñas at the Multiple Purpose Hall last April 3, 2016.

The event called Las Piñas Open 2016 @ SISC was attended by 80 contestants and held several events such as the Rubiks Cube, 4×4 Cube, 5×5 Cube, 6×6 Cube, 7×7 Cube, 3×3 Cube Blindfolded, Pyraminx, and Skewb recognized by the World Cube Association and Philippine Cubers Association, the world and national governing body of Speedcubing.

The winners had broken the Philippine record on Speedcubing with Joselle Kim Sublay at rank 1 in Rubrik’s Cube and 4×4 Cube … [Read more]

SISC Hosts 19th HS Commencement Exercises



April 4, 2016 – Southville International School and Colleges hosted the 19th High School Commencement Exercises at the Luxembourg Hall, Las Piñas City, for Grades 11 and 12.

The graduation ceremony awarded the graduating class of 2016 with their high school diploma and recognized Loyalty and Perfect Attendance, PASS, Values Excellence, Sen. Manny Villar Excellence, Athlete of the Year, AFSL, MUN Coaching and Public Speaking, Junior Ambassador of Peace, Academic Subjects and the Honors awardees with medals and certificates.

Atty. Karen Jimeno McBride, a celebrity lawyer, was invited as guest speaker for the ceremonies.

In her message to the graduates, … [Read more]

F3: FILM, FASHION, AND FORUM



In celebration of Southville’s 25th Foundation, the Communication and Multimedia Arts programs held F3: Film, Fashion, and Forum held at the Event Center in Alabang Town Center last February 12, 2016 featuring two speakers from the film industry. The first was Artemio Abad, a Creative Director, discussed about his experiences in the film industry and the different kinds of success he experienced while pursuing his passion. Director Cathy Garcia-Molina, although not present, had a representative named Sharon Villaluz, a voice dubber. Ms. Villaluz explained what goes into voice dubbing in terms of various types of characters to types of projects … [Read more]

Southville Senior Prep Students Amaze Crowd



“It’s a joy to see our students express themselves through interpretative reading. The stories are given life as they read,” said Ms. January Guttierez, the Deputy Principal of Munich Campus, in the recent Readers Theater of Senior Prep Students.

As part of the school’s strong thrust to develop fluent readers, Senior Prep Students in Star and Munich Campuses had their annual Readers Theater last January 8, 2016. They read famous tales that have interesting and funny twists with Senior Prep – Aqua reading The Three Little Pigs, Senior Prep – Amber interpreting The Little Red Hen, Senior Prep – Lime … [Read more]

Southville volleybelles claim double victory



The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) girls’ volleyball team collected double success with a championship in the 2015 Asian International Schools Activities Conference (AISAC), and a first runner-up finish in the International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC).

The AISAC tournament was held at the Global Jaya International School in Jakarta, Indonesia last September 30 – October 3, 2015, while the ISAC volleyball meet took place in SISC last October 7 – 11, 2015 featuring the top international schools in the country.

Making it to the ISAC all-star team were Jhon Lago for the boys, and Francheska Sarmiento and Agnes Alorro … [Read more]

Southville Youth in Duke of Edinburgh International Award



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) will be participating in the highly prestigious Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) International Award. This award is the world’s leading achievement award for young people bringing together practical experiences and life skills to create committed global citizens and to equip young people for life.

The Award is comprised of three levels which are Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Participants of each award go through the mandatory sections of service, physical recreation, skills, and an adventurous journey where young people go on a spiritual adventure and gain a deeper understanding of the environment and the great outdoors. … [Read more]

Southville hosts Book Blogging Forum at Fully Booked



Southville hosts Book Blogging Forum at Fully Booked

The fifth and final event of the series “Learn the Southville way at Fully Booked” was held with a lecture on book blogging. The guest bloggers include Kai Agito, from Amaterasu Reads, Kate Manalo of The Bookaholic Blurbs, Hazel Ureta from Stay Bookish, and one of Southville International School and Colleges’ very own, Jesselle Villegas from The Lifelong Bookworm.
Participants of the event received a crash course on topics such as how to write a good book review, designing a blog, and establishing a social media presence. Of
[Read more]

Southville Student Leaders Hone True Leadership



June 23, 2016 – Student leaders and council officers of Southville International School and Colleges honed their leadership skills through the Outdoor Workshop on Leadership (OWL) held at Stonyhurst Southville International School in Lipa City, Batangas where they were joined other students leaders from Southville Global Education Network coming from South Mansfield College, Stonyhurst-Southville International School – Batangas campus, and StonyhurstSouthville International School – Malarayat campus.

The Outdoor Workshop on Leadership (O.W.L.) is a specialized leadership and team-building seminar –workshop given to elected student council officers, and selected class officers of Basic Education of SGEN schools. Aside from inputs on … [Read more]

PSYCHOLOGY WELCOMES AY 2015-2016



The College of Psychology welcomes its students for academic year 2015-2016. As new students are introduced to their journey to being SISC Monarchs, continue to embrace new learning experiences. The College has prepared an exciting year as this also marks the Silver Anniversary of Southville International School and Colleges.

The incumbent officers of the Psychology Society helped in welcoming and assisting transferees and freshmen students in familiarizing themselves with the facilities on the campus.

The faculty and staff of the College of Psychology worked hard on curriculum and policies during the summer break to ensure that everything is in place … [Read more]

IB World School Accrediting Team Commends SISC-IB



The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is designed as an academically challenging and balanced programme of education with final examinations checked by examiners outside the country. The programme has gained recognition and respect from the world’s leading universities, including Stanford and Harvard. Students who earned the much-coveted IB diploma can be granted acceptance into Philippine premier universities such as UP and Ateneo de Manila without sitting for the admission tests. Some of the subjects taken in the IB can even be credited in the university.

In order to offer the IB Diploma Programme, a school must complete an authorization process … [Read more]

Leadership skills soar in Outdoor Workshop



The Southville Student Council officers honed their leadership skills through the Outdoor Workshop on Leadership (OWL) held recently at Bluroze Farm in Lipa City, Batangas. They were joined by other students leaders from Southville Global Education Network coming from South Mansfield College, Stonyhurst-Southville International School – Batangas, and StonyhurstSouthville International School – Malarayat to learn about Leadership Dimensions, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, and the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awards.

The OWL activities provided the participants opportunities to go beyond their comfort zones and realize their personal strengths, to conquer their fears and develop self-confidence, and to manifest … [Read more]

SISC BSN Students Join the World Health Organization’s Hand Sanitizing Relay



Cinco de Mayo (‘Fifth of May’), a popular Mexican festival had a different meaning for our BSN freshmen students who were invited to join the fun Hand Sanitizing Relay sponsored by the Infection Prevention and Control Committee of Asian Hospital & Medical Center (AHMC) last May 5, 2015. It was a health campaign by the World Health Organization’s international movement to strengthen the critical role of hand hygiene in reducing healthcare associated infections (HAI). This special activity brought to focus the efforts of the College on highlighting the culture of safety in patient care. Southville International School & Colleges, College … [Read more]

Southville Holds Travel Trade Expo



Famous local tourist destinations such as Ilocos, Palawan, Cebu, and Davao were showcased in the recently held Enjoy the Sun and Fun! Travel and Trade Expo 2015.

Organized by Southville International School and Colleges’ College of Tourism, the event aimed to promote tourism in the Philippines and at the same time, provide hands-on experience in events planning and management to the students.

To add color to the event, some students performed famous Philippine Folk dances, Acts Manila showcased its ballet prowess, and Business students rendered song numbers. [Read more]

Southville Young Mathematicians Garner Top Awards



In partnership with the Department of Education-National Capital Region, DOST- SEI, the Mathematics Trainers’ Guild Philippines, the Mathematical Society of the Philippines, and the Philippine Council of Mathematics Educators, Sharp Calculators named Gen Mark Tanno of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme one of the Ten Outstanding Young Mathematicians of the National Capital Region. He was recognized in the Awarding Ceremony held last February 28, 2015 at the SMX Convention Center Hall 2 in SM Aura, Taguig City.

The search was opened to all public and private high school students who belong to the top 3 in math in their schools, … [Read more]

College of Comm Raises Community Awareness through CSR Week



The College of Communication organized Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Week last July 28 to 31. This event which was held at the fifth floor of the Media Center aimed to raise awareness on SISCs adopted barangay and how the college has extended asssistance to the members of the community.

During the said week, the Introduction to Public Relations Class under Ms. Marilou T. Gonzales showcased a reminiscent exhibit showing multiple Corporate Social Responsibly events that the college has done throughout the years. The exhibit showed that doing outreach activities have been part of the College’s tradition, as it traced the … [Read more]

PTC set on January 30, 2015



The Parent-Teacher Conference (PTC) regarding your child’s school performance during the Second Term will be on January 30, 2015. This is also an opportune time for you to meet with your child’s sponsor who acts as his / her guardian in school. The PTC schedule will be 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (following pre-arranged schedule for parents) in Munich, STAR & Luxembourg Campuses.

All International Baccalaureate (IB) parents are also invited to their First Term Parent-Teacher Conference (PTC) scheduled on January 31, 2015, 8:00 – 5:00 p.m., at Tropical Campus. It is an excellent opportunity to knowyour child’s progress at … [Read more]

SISC Psychology Students Held Psychology Day



Last November 27, 2014, the College of Psychology celebrated Psychology Day with the theme “Psychology in the Midst of the 21st Century: Strengthening the Body and the Human Mind.” It is held to let BS Psychology majors demonstrate their creativity, character, collaboration, commitment to achieve, and competence.

The day was truly fun-filled with activities such as parlor games, ice breakers, and basketball among many others.  Through the games, the students exemplified the 5Cs of SISC.  Their participation and eagerness to win every game showed that aside from being academically competent, they are versatile.

What made this year’s Psychology Day different … [Read more]

Southville plays Santa to PoUCh



More than a hundred PoUCh (Poor Urban Children) beneficiaries received holiday cheers during the Save A PoUCh Christmas Party held recently. The party is Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) yearly commitment to the beneficiaries so they will have a feel of the season of love and sharing. In this simple but meaningful activity, the poor urban children can continue to hope no matter how dire circumstances can be. The children played parlor games, ate party food, and received presents of toys, food, and hygiene products donated by generous students, parents, and friends of SISC. They also presented special numbers … [Read more]

Southville stamps class in Acad Olympiad



SISC delegates made a strong showing at this year’s Southville Global Education Network’s (SGEN) Academic Olympiad held last November 21, 2014 at Stonyhurst Southville International School – Batangas. The event featured the best and the brightest Basic Education students from the SGEN member schools namely South Mansfield College, Stonyhurst Southville International School – Batangas, Stonyhurst Southville International School – Malarayat, and SISC.

Nathalie Butler of Gr. 9 – Compassion was declared winner of the Spelling Bee contest. In the Quiz Bee on History, Mathematics, and Science, the SISC Team of Kwak Hyo Sang, Lee Chan Hee and Kim Shan Lee … [Read more]

International forum sets youth on leadership path



SISC’s Asian Federation of Student Leaders (AFSL) will bring together young student leaders from the Philippines and other Asian countries for a three-day workshop designed to help them become more engaged citizens and effective social innovators.

The AFSL International Youth Leadership Workshop will take place January 22 – 24, 2015 in Guam. The workshop aims to improve participants’ understanding of civic participation and activism, build their social awareness and project management skills, and develop a network of young leaders throughout the region.

Those interested to join may call Ms.Rea Villa (Head of Athletics and AFSL and DOE Coordinator) at 0917-8746319 … [Read more]

Southville Innove Student Wins International Golf Tourn



Southville Innove Student Abegail Arevalo won the SCPGA Junior Tour 15-18 Division, USA to bring pride to the Filipino People.
“I won not only for myself but for our country. I want to inspire my fellowmen and prove that despite all the tragedies and challenges we have been through like the recent storm, we can all do something great. I was almost losing but I remained steadfast and pushed my limits,” shared Abby.
A member of ICTSI, the official Philippine Golf Team, Abby has long dreamed of becoming the best junior golfer.
“I was six years old when I realized
[Read more]

The IB Experience



Taking the IB Program is like getting a new pari of glasses – suddenly, I had a completely new perspective of the world. In a time when the way society works is constantly changing, IB recognizes that it’s not enough to give knowledge; discoveries are made on a daily basis, and information can be updated or disregarded at a drop of a hat. So, it aims to give us something better: The inquisitive mindset it takes to thrive in an ever-evolving culture.

The moment we step through the doors, we are urged to push ourselves to become better than we … [Read more]

Math whiz makes it to select summer camp



Gen Mark Tanno of Gr. 10 – Commitment has been accepted to the 47th Ateneo Junior Summer Seminar reserved for the ‘best minds’ of selected high schools nationwide.  Tanno passed a battery of tests similar to the Ateneo College Entrance Test (assuring him of a slot at Ateneo de Manila University after graduating from high school), and will attend classes offered to regular undergraduates, sports fests, field trips, camps, and presentations.

In another triumph, Tanno was one of only 63 students from the Philippines who received a medal (Bronze) in the second round of the International Mathematics Assessments for Schools … [Read more]

Southville’s Tanno succeeds the qualifying stage for the 16th Philippine Mathematical Olympiad



A Basic Education student of Southville International School and Colleges, Gen Mark Tanno aced the National Capital Region qualifiers for the upcoming 16th Philippine Mathematical Olympiad (PMO).
Now on its 16th year, the PMO is a national competition designed to select the best secondary students in mathematical problem-solving in the Philippines. Organized by the Mathematical Society of the Philippines (MSP) it is open to all high school students in the Philippines to participate in this said event. The winners of the PMO will receive cash prizes and will automatically qualify to join the training pool for the 2014
[Read more]

Southville Offered Again Pre-I.B. Program to First-time I.B. Students



Southville International School and Colleges brought back again this year the Academic Induction Program for the International Baccalaureate Students recently. This is due to the lack of preparation before entering the I.B. program that most students find as a challenge. Because of the very different nature and status of the I.B. curriculum, present non-I.B. curricula scarcely prepare students for the academic rigors of the I.B. course. Another thing is, those students who finish their tenth-grade in March/April find themselves having too much time at their hands with their limited choices for academic preparation prior to entering the program.

This year’s … [Read more]

Southville Opens the New School Year with a College General Assembly



Southville International School and Colleges recently held its College General Assembly at the Monarchs Gym.

It was announced that  the Colleges of Communication Arts, Tourism and Entrepreneurship will all be visited and upgraded to Level 1 by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission in Acceditation (PACUCOA). On the other hand, the Colleges of Education, Psychology, Information Technology, Nursing and Business Administration will be promoted to Level 2. School policies were communicated to the students, followed by the presentation of staff members of each college department for the students to meet.

Before the affair ended, the college organizations presented … [Read more]

Schools that showcase 21st century learning cited at 2nd EETA



Educators of today should realize that traditional mentoring methods and educational management are slowly giving way to open mindsets, newer learning techniques and strategies, and utilizing technology in shaping the minds not only of students but also of teachers. This is the general perception at the ceremonies celebrating the 2nd Excellence in Educational Transformation Awards (EETA) that was held at EDSA Shangri-La Hotel. Organized by Bayan Academy, Rex Book Store Inc. And the Knowledge Channel Foundation, it is a unique educational award in the country that recognizes unique ideas and best practices in school management and teaching and learning innovations, … [Read more]

SISC Marks 22nd Foundation Month



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) celebrates its 22nd Foundation Month through a series of activities which started off with the Opening Ceremony.

 

In his welcome remarks, Dr. Marl V. Ferenal, President of SISC, thanked and congratulated the students, faculty and staff for the 22 years of hard work and steadfast commitment contributing to the progress of the school. SISC Chief Executive Mentor Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, founder of the school, was the guest of honor.  In her inspirational message, Dr. Tan traced the development of the school from two students and a wooden building to an educational network offering … [Read more]

Nursing Faculty Gain Insights on Palliative Care



Palliative care is the dynamic care of patients with advanced, progressive and incurable diseases. As approximately 400,000 Filipinos die each year, many have time to plan on how to cross the line pain-free.  But good palliative care is achievable only through the close collaboration of various healthcare professionals in delivering holistic and personal care to the patient suffering from a lingering illness.

 

To gain a wider understanding of end-of-life care and advise their students better, six senior faculty members of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) College of Nursing spearheaded by Dean Carmel Villegas attended the International Conference on … [Read more]

Southville Mathletes Qualify for National Training



Twenty-four math whizzes from SISC were among the top scorers in the Elimination Stage of the Mathematical Challenge for Filipino Kids’ Training Program. They qualified to join the Mathematical Challenge for Filipino Kids Training Program (MCFKTP) where they can have the opportunity to participate in the different international mathematics competitions.

 

Congratulations to the following students:

Grade 3 : Philip Baek, Terrence Cabana, Alena Calpo, Gwyneth Tangog, Mary Tong, Lucy Won
Grade 4 : Jang Ku Hyo, Rueben Maat
Grade 5 : Choi Gwang Woo, Lee Seung Yun, Min Gyeong Chan
Grade 6: Daniel Amado, Sycu Katsumi, Katelyn Lee, Christian … [Read more]

Southville Students Develop Social Graces



“I remember back in Southville High School we had a class where we were taught fine dining etiquette and how to properly use utensils. As a student I thought that this was so unnecessary and just not worth my time. But when I was in London, we were brought to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. We were there for lunch and I was dining with important people. I sat down and there were a whole set of dining utensils I never bothered learning how to use. Thankfully, whatever I heard from that class stuck and I think [Read more]

Southville BS IT Students Get Inspiration from Hon. Louis Napoleon Casambre



Miguel Ventura, Southville Chapter President headed the 14 JPCS-Southville student-delegates in the recently held “Explore IT- Surviving the IT Race and the National General Assembly” sponsored by the Junior Philippine Computer Society Nationals JPCS-Nationals) held at Manila Ocean Park recently.

Southville students get inspiration through the keynote speech delivered by no other than Hon. Louis Napoleon Casambre, the Executive Director of Department of Science and Technology (DOST) for Information and Communications Technology.  The main talks concentrated on (1) ICT and Enterprise: An Entrepreneurial  Perspective, (2) ICT and Enterprise: The Employer’s Perspective, (3)  Etiquette – Its Value in the Business World, … [Read more]

Southville Inks Partnership with Korean School



To promote sharing of information, resources and opportunities regarding training and related services, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) entered into partnership with The Hankook Life Science Institute, part of Hansaengyeon (21st Century Life Science Foundation), a professional education institute for life science in Korea.

Dr. Marl V. Ferenal, SISC President, is in high spirits about the partnership especially that SISC advocates the value of scientific inquiry and advancement of knowledge among the students and the employees as well.

Meanwhile Hankook President, Dr. Ku Min Chung looks forward to a fruitful partnership with Southville knowing that the school has strong … [Read more]

Southville Empowers Youth, Hosts SOLID Career Fair



The best gifts for a nation are educated citizens.

Southville International School and Colleges is set to help fourth year high school students from Metro Manila to plan for their future careers in the upcoming SOLID Career Fair: A Golden Gift on December 12, 2012.

A not ordinary career fair, the day will be filled with hands on booths and free seminar-workshop on various topics such as Basic Photography, Website Designing, Investment and Online Stock Trading, Personality Development and Multiple Intelligences, Basic Sign Language, Re-discovering the Philippines and its Wonders (Tourism), Nursing Life and Allied Medical Courses.

Dr. Jerry Aguilar, … [Read more]

Southville dominates in international meet



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) ruled over Global Jaya International School (GJIS) in boys volleyball, girls volleyball, boys basketball, and girls basketball in the Asian International Schools Conference (AISAC) held recently. AISAC is aimed to be a premiere sports competition among international schools in Asia, preferably accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO). [Read more]

Southville Opens Interest Clubs



The Varsity Interest Clubs Toward Outstanding Recreation and Sports (V.I.C.T.O.R.S.) recently held its series of launching for Grade School and High School.  The program aims to develop the intellectual, athletic or creative calling of SISC students in a fun yet informative setting.

 

Among the Interest Clubs available to grade school students are Arts & Crafts, Glee Club/SISC Chorale, YES (Young Enthusiasts in Science), School Buzz, Creative Dramatics, Film Appreciation, Book Lovers, Dance Movers, Girl Scouts, Computer, Math, Basketball, Soccer, Badminton, Karate/Self-Defense among others.

 

For High School, the clubs include the Model United Nations, YES (Young Enthusiasts in Science), … [Read more]

Southville Global Village Goes to US



Now on its 15th year, participants of Southville Global Village Program had an exploration tour in U.S. West Coast of San Francisco, Carmel, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.

Held from May 21-June 2, the tour aimed to provide students with a unique, personal, and intercultural learning. The travel program gives participants learning experiences they cannot acquire in the classroom as they are directly exposed to various cultures and peoples.

The Global Village Program is open to Grade School, High School and College students. [Read more]

Southville Mathletes Triumph Regionals



Southville International School and Colleges Math Team of Gen Mark Tanno, Miguel Villar and Yong Jae Kim won the championship of the 2013 Math Teachers Association of the Philippines Regional Competition for Second Year – Category A. The team qualified to compete in the Regional Finals by also placing first in the Division and Sectoral Finals.
Ms. Avic Suarez, Southville Principal expressed her utmost joy for the achievement of the students. “We are very proud of them. They are testament of the school’s vision of developing competent learners.”
Gen Mark and Miguel are both set to attend math camps this
[Read more]

Southville BSBA Marketing Student Bags Awards in World Dance Supremacy Battlegrounds



Ryuji Z. Tachiba, 4th Year BSBA Marketing Management student of Southville International Schools and Colleges won in the Individual and Open Division of “World Dance Supremacy Battlegrounds” – Sydney, Australia last December, 2012. It was his first time to compete, participate & win in a prominent international dance contest, hence, strengthening his curriculum vitae as one of the more established choreographers in the Philippines.
In the Individual Category, Mr. Tachiba’s dance routines made Philippines as third runner up in the Dance @Live contest, a minor division of the event. For the Open Division, FlipendemicKru, headed by Mr. Tachiba, the
[Read more]

Southville Salutes Non-Teaching Personnel



The hard work and dedication of SISC non-teaching personnel will be acknowledged and celebrated by students, administration, and other school community members on February 17, 2012.

 

Administrative staffs, office assistants, maintenance people and security personnel will be gathered for a thanksgiving mass, institutional gift giving, and snacks. The event is a recognition of the non-teaching personnel‘s important contributions for the students and the school. [Read more]

Monarchs Excel in ISAC Meet



Cagebelle Claire Hedley (International Baccalaureate I), and booters Joseph Yoo (HS II-Generosity) and Kerim Raies (HS III-Prudence) bagged top individual honors in the International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) held in Brent-Baguio last January 19-21, 2012. ISAC gathers top international schools in the country for athletic competitions. [Read more]

Southville IT Students Learn About Joomla



The College of Information Technology of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recently hosted a forum on Joomla, a dynamic portal engine and content management system. The guest speaker was Ernesto Boydon, an IT expert, Internet marketer, web hosting specialist, and author of the book “Website Building with Joomla”.

The said activity enhanced the skills of IT students as they learned how to build their own web pages in a matter of minutes with the use of Joomla. [Read more]

Southville Alumnus’ Film Wins in Global Fest



A short feature by Juan Paulo Reyes of High School Batch 2009 of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) was chosen as the winner in the Family Category of an international film competition organized by the Tony Blair Faith Foundation (TBFF).

 

With the theme “Let Me Show You How My Faith Inspires Me,” Reyes wrote, directed and edited the film First Steps to Recovery. It was a simple yet inspiring story of a little boy with big faith.

 

Reyes bested entries coming from India, Lebanon, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, and the United States. An international panel of judges, … [Read more]

Southville Welcomes Back Alumni on October 8



Graduates and former students of Southville International Schools and Colleges (SISC) are warmly invited to the Alumni Homecoming on October 8, 2011, 6:00 PM, in Luxembourg Gym.

Be a part of this celebration! For more details, contact Mr. Rene Aligonero, Student Affairs Coordinator, at 829-1675 or 825-6374 local 105 or 166. [Read more]

Southville Nursing Students Conduct Community Diagnosis



Second year BS Nursing students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) concluded their 2-month community diagnosis last September 2, 2011 with the theme “Panibagong Kaisipan, Panibagong Buhay”. The activity was held at SISC’s adopted community, Barangay CAA Phase 4.

 

The goal of the outreach activity was to improve the living conditions of community members through positive impact in health behavior. It consisted of health education classes for children and adults, wound cleaning, BP taking and consultation, and feeding of 900 participants.

 

The outreach activity was both a learning and rewarding experience for the students who immersed themselves … [Read more]

Southville Guidance Head Joins Australia Counselors Mission



As part of the international linkage program of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), Head of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) College Division, Belen L. Mandin, joined the Austrade Counselors Mission held recently. The team composed of six counselors and heads of schools from the Philippines and six others from Indonesia visited fifteen schools in Sydney and Brisbane, Australia.

 

This was considered a familiarization trip to provide a deeper level of understanding of all sectors of Australia’s education system and the pathways between sectors under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). The mission also aimed to strengthen institutional linkages and … [Read more]

Gavagan Gears Up for Miss Philippines Earth 2011



Michelle Gavagan, a Mass Communication student of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), and reigning Miss Southville 2010, is an early crowd favorite in the Miss Philippines Earth 2011 beauty pageant.  Representing Las Piñas City, she bested 49 other lovely candidates to win the Ms. Golden Sunset Special Award in the preliminary competition held at Golden Sunset Resort, Calatagan, Batangas.

 

The Miss Photogenic Award will be given to the candidate with the highest number of online votes. To vote for Michelle, log on to http://missphilippines-earth.comor like Miss Philippines Earth 2011 on Facebook then go to Miss Photogenic album

[Read more]

Parent-Teacher Conference Set on January 28



The Parent-Teacher Conference (PTC) is an opportune time for parents to meet their children’s class advisers and sponsors who act as their guardians in school.  For the second term, PTCs are scheduled on January 28, 2011 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm in Elizalde, Munich and Luxembourg campuses of Southville International School and Colleges. There will be no classes to give way to the said event. [Read more]

SISC Alumni Ace Physician Licensure Exam



Four members of the SISC Class of 2000 and 2001 are set to join the medical profession as they recently passed the Physician Licensure Examination. SISC takes pride in congratulating the new doctors, Rachel Elaine Marie Gaerlan Agarrado, Ma.Jessielit Arca Co, Carlene Solidum and Vanessa Vianca Rose Vergara Villanueva.

[Read more]

American Anthropologist Updates on Perinatal HIV/Aids



“ The humanistic approach of creating a warm, supportive and welcoming environment of care by the medical workers is a major factor in encouraging patients with HIV-AIDS to come out in the open and be treated.”  

This was shared by BS Nursing (BSN) Batch 2013 student, Karyl Gebeck, after participating in the first Nursing Development Program of the College of Nursing that featured HIV-AIDS research expert, Dr. Jessica Scott Jerome.  Dr. Jerome’s latest work on “Perinatal HIV/AIDS in Brazil and the US: Human Rights Based Approach to Health Policy”  was presented to around three hundred BSN and BS Psychology

[Read more]

Southville Studes Conferred Microsoft Certification



One year prior to graduation, Third Year BS Information Technology students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) are already highly qualified Microsoft Certified Professionals specializing in the implementation and maintenance of Microsoft Databases (SQL Server 2005) after achieving a 100% passing rate for the Microsoft Certification exam held last month. Two students got a 100% passing rate while majority received more than 90% passing rate.

Rochelle Azures, who despite of her tight schedule as a student assistant, aced the certification exam with a 96% passing rate shared, “Apart from the group studies that my classmates and I did and

[Read more]

Southville Faculty Wins Palanca Award



Mr. Mark Adrian Ho of Southville International School and Colleges of Language and Humanities Department won 2nd prize in the Filipino one-act play category of 2016 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature Contest.

His play entitled Billboard tells the story of billboard workers who witnessed a vehicular accident while atop their billboard structure. It was staged by DLSU’s Harlequin Theatre Guild last March 2016.

“I live in a condo along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX). The view from my balcony encompasses the highway and the many billboards that line it. One night, while thinking of a play that I needed to … [Read more]

Southville Faculty Reimagines Facebook Filipinos at ICOPhil 2016



Southville faculty member Mark Adrian Ho presented a paper at the 10th International Conference on Philippine Studies (ICOPHIL) last July 6-8, 2016 at Silliman University in Dumaguete City. The said conference, focusing on the theme “Re-Imagining Community, Scholarship and Citizenship”, was attended by approximately 300 local and international scholars who presented their papers on Philippine studies in various fields, including the social sciences and the humanities.

Mr. Ho’s paper, entitled “Is the Nation Still Imagined? A Re-imagining of the Filipino in the Age of Facebook in Joselito Delos Reyes’ iStatus Nation”, is both a textual and contextual study of a … [Read more]

Southville Honors the Mothers of the World at SM Southmall



May 8, 2016 – Southville International School and Colleges in partnership with SM Southmall celebrated Mother’s Day with music, dance and activities at the SM Southmall Food Street.

The event featured ACTS-Manila at Southville ballerinas in their graceful tutus pirouetting in honor of all the mothers in the world. The performers, Southville Basic Education students members of ACTS-Manila at Southville, delighted and amazed the audience with the skill, grace, and emotion they put into every piece that they stopped more observers every minute.

Their 40-minute ballet performance was followed by the music of Mr. Richard Poon, awarding of IntaMoments winners … [Read more]

BSN Holds Successful Thesis Presentation



The four notable BSN researches featured this year at the College of Nursing’s Thesis Poster Presentation covered varied areas of interest in clinical practice. Three are quantitative studies: A Comparative Study of Adults with DM Type II Before and After Consumption of Okra Water, Effects of Power Nap on the Cognitive & Motor Performance and Declarative Memory of Nursing Students at SISC and The Effectiveness of a Soaked Povidone Iodine Solution in a Ready-to-use Receptacle in the Operating Room of LPDH; and one qualitative phenomenological study: When Grandparents Become Parents.

The weeklong presentation from February 13th to the 20th, 2016 … [Read more]

Mathletes Leave Mark in International Contest



Gwyneth Tangog of Grade 6 – Perseverance was named recipient of the Certificate of Distinction Award in the Upper Primary Division of the 2015 Australian Mathematics Competition. The award is given to students in the top 15 percent of each level and region, or belonging between the 85 and 98 percentile.

In the same competition, Antwone Ong of Gr. 6 – Perseverance and Arin Lee of Gr. 4 – Humility received the Credit Award for being in the top 50 percent of their level. They won their awards for their performance relative to other students in their region, of the … [Read more]

Southville Tankers finish strong at swim meet



Wania Jamila of Gr. 2 – Franklin swam fast and hard to take second place in the butterfly, backstroke, and freestyle events of her age group at the 86th Philippine Swimming League National Series held recently at the Athletic Bowl Swimming Pool Complex in Baguio City.

In the same competition, Tania Fatima of Gr. 1 – Einstein got medals for finishing second in butterfly, backstroke, and freestyle, and third in breaststroke in her age band. [Read more]

Southville-CAPS Hosts the Basic Education NSPO 2016



The Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS) of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) hosted the New Students and Parents Orientation (NSPO) last June 11, 2016, at the Luxembourg Hall. The orientation is for students and parents who want to know more about the education and student services offered in Southville. The orientation also included Southville students talking about their experiences and how it helped them overcome certain situations in life, and a question and answer session for parents and guardians.

Ms Juliet Catungal of the CAPS Office proudly said that the NSPO event had been a successful one, garnering a … [Read more]

College freshmen beat the heat at Southville



College freshmen and transferees flocked to Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) for a welcome party organized by the Office of Public Relations last May 22, 2015.

The program aptly titled “Beat the Heat” featured an energetic performance from the SISC Dance Troupe to welcome the new students. Daryl Papa from the College of Communication Arts infused more vitality in the activities with his dynamic hosting. The game, “Beach Ball”, enabled new students to get to know each other. They were asked to introduce themselves when they happened to be the last one holding the ball when the music stopped. … [Read more]

An Elegant Evening for Camaraderie



The College of Nursing’s Testimonial Dinner held last March 28th, Saturday at the Luxembourg Gym was hosted by Class 2015 for graduates of 2014 who successfully passed last year’s Nursing Board Exam. The theme was Night at the Oscars. With just a few prominent stage trimmings, like two giant Oscar statuettes, the black and white themed table set-up and the red carpet, the gym was elegantly transformed. Nevertheless, it was the graduating Class of 2015, clad in their formal evening wear that made the night truly glamorous and magical. This annual event is an activity that is entirely planned and … [Read more]

Southville Gears Up for 2015 WASC Visit



“The entire school leadership and staff of Southville International School Colleges have shown a commitment to provide a quality educational program for its students. The curriculum and instructional methodologies are fully developed for Grades K-12 and the IB Diploma Programme,” thus reported the WASC Committee in their evaluation during their visit last February 2012.

This year, Southville is highly focused on the mid-year visit of the Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC), USA in February 2015. As part of the WASC review, committees have been formed to discuss, document, monitor and implement the self-study process to better facilitate a … [Read more]

Southvile mathletes show their mettle in int’l contest



Students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) were named recipients of top certificates in the 2014 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) – Mathematics Assessment conducted by Educational Assessment Australia. The competition is participated in by more than twenty countries from Asia, Africa, Europe, and America.

Gen Mark Tanno of the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Jeremie Keon Torralba of Gr. 4 – Humility were awarded the High Distinction Certificate given to the top 1% of the takers in their level. Gwyneth Tangog of Gr. 5 – Righteousness, Terence Patrick Cabana of Gr. 6 – Perseverance, Kim Jeong Hoo … [Read more]

The Philosophy of Care in Action



“Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt Honoring and valuing our elders is indigenous in our Filipino culture. In the past older people were highly respected because they were seen to be valuable in passing on survival-based wisdom to the next generation. However, today’s society has lost a huge part of this sentiment. The youth oriented culture in our modern society has diminished and desensitized this core value of caring for the elderly. To address this challenge and in line with SISC’s 5Cs the College of Nursing has embarked on its … [Read more]

Southville Alumnus is University at Bufffalo Magna Cum Laude



To be honest, I didn’t really prepare for college because I already went through IB and to me that was all the necessary preparations that I needed,” expressed Darrel Then, Southville International Baccalaureate Alumnus who recently graduated Magna Cum Laude at the University at Buffalo with the degree of Bachelor of Science major in Business Administration.

Darrel who started studying at Southville when he was in Junior Prep feels very blessed and thankful that he received honors. “The fact that I have graduated actually still feels pretty surreal. Knowing that another chapter of my life is about [Read more]

News Archive Academic Year: 2009-2010



Southville Nursing Students Capped
Southville selected by the European Chamber for internship program
SISC Manages South SEED-LPDH College
Southville Brings Voters’ Educ on Stage
Booklatin ang Kinabukasan Launched
Tanno et al Ace Sectoral Elims, Advance to Regional
Southville Nabs Twin Wins 
DOST Lauds Southville Stude
Social Responsibility Highlighted in Int’l Friendship Day
SISC welcomes the Christmas Season with Christmas Night Market
Intellectual Tournament Set
Southville Po.U.Ch. Partners with Jollibee 
Over 200 Studes Sold on SOLID
Breaking Barriers through Po.U.Ch.
American Vice Consul to Grace SISC Parade of Nations
International School partners with CEO’s, Presidents and Experts
International Netters Meet Up [Read more]

Southville honors TOP Students



Southville International School and Colleges(SISC) together with South SEED-LPDH College (SSLC), honored some of the best and the brightest graduating high school students during the awarding ceremony of the Search for the Top Outstanding Students (T.O.P.S.) for academic year 2013-2014.

The Search for T.O.P.S. is an annual event that recognizes students who excel in academics and co-curricular and socio-civic activities. Winners were given college scholarships and discounts in Southville and SSLC.

Since its launched in 2005, the Search has recognized more than 200 students with some graduates now employed in competitive companies while some have started their own businesses. [Read more]

Trumpets Playshop now @ Southville International School and Colleges



All aspiring performing arts enthusiasts in the South, now is your time to shine as Southville International School and Colleges, Las Piñas city brings to you closer to realizing your dreams by partnering with Trumpets Playshop Philippines!
Trumpets is Asia’s first and premiere professional theatre company that is behind the critically acclaimed blockbuster productions – original adaptations of classic tales such as The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, The Little Mermaid, N.O.A.H., Joseph the Dreamer, and their latest musical – Bluebird of Happiness.
The following programs are being offered and still have available slots to those who are interested:
[Read more]

Alumni Homecoming Dinner for a Cause 2013 @ Southville IS



The Alumni Committee organized its Alumni Homecoming  with “Alumni Homecoming for a Cause” last December 6.
Alumni supported the cause by donating food, some medical supplies, clothes, blankets, toiletries, and cash.
Proceeds will be donated to the victims of the monstrous and historic typhoon  “Yolanda” and to those affected  by the earthquake.

[Read more]

Southville U.S. Work & Travel Participants are “Employees of the Month”



With the school’s mission to prepare students to be globally competitive at an early age, 3 Southville college students were given the “Best Employee” title during their paid on-the-job training experience in various companies in the United States of America recently. These students are Jhem Allah – a Tourism senior who worked at Nags Beach in North Carolina, Priyanka Sogi, also a Tourism student who earned the recognition as well as she worked at the Houston Zoo in Hoston, Tezas; and Ron Laurel, an Entrepreneurship senior who worked at the Aquatics Department of Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin.
The U.S Work
[Read more]

Southville Inaugurates Business Center and Travel Agency



In line with its goal to keep up with the world on business and travel, officials of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC – College of Business Administration and Tourism and special guests took part in the symbolic ribbon cutting ceremony formally introducing its Business Research & Innovation Center (BRIC) and Travel Agency Office (TAO) at the 3rd floor of its Tropical Building along Tropical Avenue, Las Piñas.
The two facilities are specially designed for the learning and use of students engaging in entrepreneurship and tourism. Once fully implemented, each facility will encourage learners to prove themselves not just
[Read more]

Southville Holds Psychology Olympics



The College of Psychology commemorated Psychology Day by having a “Psychology Olympics” held at the Luxembourg Gym recently.

Students and mentors headed by the Dean, Mr. Ruel Cajili, shared together a hearty feast and enjoyed sports festivities with games such as basketball, patintero, sack-race among others.

Done to create a brotherly & sisterly bond among Psychology students, the event also recognized students who made impact in academics, sports, and other fields.

To cap-off the event, students watched a hair-raising film entitled “The Call” which was shown in the campus’ Mini-Theater and was followed by Closing Remarks from Dean Cajili. [Read more]

International Baccalaureate CAS Camp Empowers IB Students



The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program students held their Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS) Camp recently at the ABS-CBN Eco-Village in Iba, Zambales.
Among the CAS projects were hands-on farmwork involving sustainable natural agriculture, poultry, vermiculture, dairy and mango farming. Other projects of a less strenuous nature involved arts and crafts activities. The participants got the chance to go kayaking and river wading in the Cabatuhan River, and conducted teach-ins and integration with the residents of the Loob Bunga Resettlement Community.
The students learned to reach beyond themselves and their books and at the same time, developed their citizenship skills.
[Read more]

Southville visit highlights education innovations



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) hosted a site visit by a six-person team representing the screening committee of the Excellence in Educational Transformation Awards (EETA), sponsored by the ABS-CBN Bayan Foundation, last January 22, 2013. SISC was shortlisted from schools all over the country for its innovations in curriculum design and development, learning materials, learning methodologies and delivery systems, administrative systems and processes, and learning spaces and places.  The EETA recognizes the innovators of education in the Philippines.

The team was made up of Prof. Cecilia Manikan, director at the Asian Institute of Management; Mr. Antonio Del Carmen, program … [Read more]

Southville Leaders Undergo Training



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Student Council officers, High School class council representatives, and student volunteers recently went to the Earthaven Community in San Mateo, Rizal for the Outdoor Workshop on Leadership.

 

The OWL activities afforded the participants a chance to go beyond their comfort zones and realize their personal strengths, to conquer their fears and develop self-confidence, and to manifest leadership skills while observing the dynamics of teamwork. It is part of the school’s commitment to develop the leadership qualities of its students, and make them a catalyst towards positive and productive ends. [Read more]

Southville Student Wins in National Wakeboard Tilt



In a rough sport dominated by men, Kelsey Albano, Grade 10 student of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), proved that real athletes know no gender. She recently finished in 2nd place in the 6th Philippine Wakeboard Nationals held at Republic Wakepark, Nuvali last August 17-19, 2012.

 

With her routine’s technical difficulty, the intensity and variety of her tricks, as well as her performance over obstacles and the overall fluidity of the run, Kelsey bested other wakeboard riders around the country.

 

Wakeboarding is a surface water sport which was developed from a combination of water skiing, snowboarding and … [Read more]

Southville Celebrates Araw ng Wika



Basic Education students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) joined the nation in its commemoration of Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa this August 2012. With the theme “Tatag ng Wikang Filipino, Lakas ng Pagka-Pilipino,” a lineup of activities was firmed up in recognition of Filipino as a common language that unites the nation. The students were exposed in their Filipino classes to various meaningful level activities such as Bugtungan Quiz Bee , Poster Making, and the OPM (Original Pilipino Music) Pinoy Idol and Duet to promote appreciation of the Filipino language.

The celebration culminated in the Pistang Pinoy where the … [Read more]

Southville wins in karate tournaments



The Southville Karate contingent brought home a total of twenty-eight medals (thirteen gold, seven silver and eight bronze) from two separate karatedo
tournaments held last month.

In the 1st Shito Ryu Shukokai Cup – Open Karate Kobudo Chanpionship organized by the Philippine Shito Ryu Shukokai under the Philippine Karatedo
Federation of the National Sports Administration, the Southville karatekas bagged the 2nd Overall Cup for Kobudo with a medal tally of 4 gold, 3 silver,
and 4 bronze. The medal winners are:

Gen Mark Tanno – Gold Medal Tekko
– Gold Medal Bo Staff
– Gold Medal Nunchakku
– Gold Medal … [Read more]

Southville Mathlete to Represent Philippines in International Math Tourn



Gen Mark Tanno of Southville International School and Colleges will compete in the upcoming 5th International Young Mathematicians’ Competition (IYMC) sponsored by the City Montessori School (CMS) and office of the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh of India on November 28-December 6, 2012.

In his letter, Dr. Eduardo O. dela Cruz Jr, Chairman of the International Contest Committee of the Mathematics Trainers’ Guild of the Philippines (MTG) emphasized that it was the impressive performance of Gen Mark together with the other 14 delegates in their training programs and in the international mathematics competitions that earned them the slot to represent … [Read more]

Southville Calls on Top Outstanding Performing Students



The strongest resource that a country has is its people, thus, it is an imperative for schools to take active roles in developing the youths to become movers of society by equipping them with education for life-long learning. As a concerned educational entity, Southville Global Education Network (SGEN), composed of seven (7) educational institutions recognizes the need for private schools to work alongside the government in terms of providing necessary education and training to the youth who will become the vanguards of the nation. Launched years ago, the TOPS awards full scholarships to qualified students in any course offered in … [Read more]

“SULONG SA PAGTULONG” OF SOUTHVILLE BUSINESS STUDENTS REACH OUT TO FAMILIES IN SOUTH METRO



When the country was hit by an unusual southwest monsoon recently, the Business Education students of Southville International School and Colleges took the challenge they learned in their subjects on Corporate Social Responsibility and the IC subjects on Values and Leadership by bravely launching their “Sulong sa Pagtulong” project which is a relief operation effort giving assistance to the families in South Metro who were affected by the calamity. The project was launched in cooperation with the following student organizations under the College of Business Administration: Southville International Junior Marketing Association (SIJMA), Global Entrepreneurial Movement of Southville (GEMS), Junior Capital … [Read more]

Preschoolers Paint with their Parents



The Preschool Division of Southville International School and Colleges (SSIC) is holding an art contest for its Nursery, Kinder, and Junior Prep students and their parents.  Dubbed “Painting with Mom and Dad,” it’s a contest where everyone wins in terms of fun and parent-child bonding!

 

It will be held on September 29, 2012, 8:30 am – 10:30 am for Nursery & Kinder, and 11:00 am – 1:00 pm for Junior Prep at MPH Tropical Campus. See you there! [Read more]

Southville Students Attend Nationwide Marketing Conference



As part of SISC’s thrust to supplement classroom learning, one hundred forty-seven delegates from the College of Business Administration and Tourism of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) joined the annual Strategic Marketing Conference for Students (StratMark) sponsored by the Philippine Marketing Association (PMA) held at the Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City last July 31, 2012. The event, with the theme Marketing Mash-up: Hybrid for the New Breed, was attended by more than 5,000 student delegates from all over the country.

 

The conference featured accomplished personalities in the marketing industry, namely: Ricky Pena of Digitel Mobile Philippines, Jun … [Read more]

Southville Holds After School Programs



Weekends need not be boring for students and parents alike. Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) offers the Worthwhile Weekend Programs 1 (WWP 1) on academics, sports, performing arts, and other activities to kids aged 3 and above.  It is SISC’s offering for students and other interested parties who may want to put their Saturdays into good use by learning new skills or knowledge in fun and interesting ways.

 

The WWP offerings include Ballet in partnership with Acts Manila, Theater Arts, Music, Digital Technology (Animation and Video Editing), Research Paper Writing, Soccer, Basketball, Karate-Do, Arnis, Conversational Chinese, and Junior … [Read more]

Southville Captures 2013 Pacific Summer Volley Title in Guam



Southville International School and Colleges High School Volleyball Team brought home the 2013 Pacific Summer Invitational Volleyball Games Title after defeating three schools in straight sets during the two-day tournament held at St. Paul Christian School Gymnasium, Guam USA.
The tournament was hosted by Senator Tina Muña Barnes who also personally met the team and awarded the trophies and medals during the closing ceremony.
Composed of siblings Nathalie and Jan Atendido, Princess Carol David, Hannah Trisha Uy, Rey-Anne Adviento, Karren Delgado, Sabrina Santos, Cheska Sarmiento and Nadine Sheik, the team made a straight set of 25-17, 25-20 victory to capture
[Read more]

Get SMART this summer



This summer, be physically active or mentally engaged through the SMART
(Sports, Mental, Artistic) Program, SISC’s summer offering of fun and informative
programs for children, teens, and adults who would like to spend their break in fun and
productive ways.
The SMART academic offerings include Booster and Enhancement Programs in
Reading, Math, Science, French, Chinese, Basic and Advanced Computer, and English
as Second Language and Filipino for foreign students. An Exploration Camp for
Preschool where children learn through Music, Arts, and Movement is also open in
S.T.A.R. Campus.
Ballet classes are also offered in partnership with ACTS Manila. Art classes
[Read more]

Southville Holds Free Parenting Seminar



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) parents can learn how to help their children maximize their learning potential by attending the seminar on “Building Study Habits and Testing Skills” to be held on February 18, 2012, 9:30 am, at the School of the Future (SOF) Centre, Luxembourg Campus.

Initiated by SISC’s Parent Volunteer Forum headed by Ms. Irene Kirchhoff, in coordination with Scholastic, Inc., the seminar will strengthen parents’ skills in helping their children improve test scores and study habits, and become more resourceful and self-reliant. There will be tips on how to study more effectively, and how to strengthen … [Read more]

Southville Calls on Aspiring College Scholars



January 14, 2012 – This is the date of Southville International School and Colleges’ last leg of competitive examinations for the Top Outstanding Performing Students (TOPS). The prestigious, competitive search is open to graduating high school students who have outstanding academic records and leadership potential.

 

Courses granted for scholarship are as follows: AB Mass Communication, AB Media Arts, BS Business Administration major in Human Resource Management, Marketing Management, Marketing Management with BS Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management with BS Psychology, BS Information Technology, BS Nursing, BS Psychology, BS Tourism and Bachelor of Elementary Education with Specialization in Special Education (SPED).… [Read more]

Southville Launches Media Center



Discover and experience art in technology as Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) launches its state-of-the-art Media Center this January 20 and 21.

 

The new SISC Media Center is equipped with the most up-to-date facilities and equipment in broadcasting, audio-visual production, video editing, recording, graphic design, and animation. It houses an electronic newsroom, animation and broadcast studio, drawing room, computer laboratories, audio booth for AM and FM radio applications, and a comfy lounge. As a central hub for Multimedia Arts and Mass Communication students, the Center supports instructional tools to ensure that SISC students are at the forefront of … [Read more]

Parade of Nations Highlight Southville’s 21st Year



With a very timely theme “Promoting Environmental Sustainability through the 5Cs”, the Basic Education Division of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) held its annual Parade of Nations last October 3, 2011.

 

The event kicked off with the colorful processional led by the students, each class representing a nation. They showcased national costumes, presented bits of information about the country, and performed impressive song and dance numbers as part of the cultural presentations.

 

Honorable Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Ramon Jesus Paje was represented by Director Ramon Espeleta for the keynote speech. In his talk, he … [Read more]

College Launches 1st Stock Investment Tournament



The 1st SISC Stock Challenge is an online stock trading competition open to all students of Southville International School and Colleges.  It aims to educate and help first-time investors in understanding how the stock market works.

 

The contest is accessible through the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) website (www.pse.com.ph) which provides players with real-world trading experience while using virtual money. The facility, which is patterned after existing Internet trading facilities of brokers, runs using real-time prices of the PSE.

 

Once a team registers, it will be allocated an initial virtual sum of money. Team members can then … [Read more]

College of Education Partners with Learning Centers



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), represented by President Marl Ferenal, recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Director of Ridgeway Child Learning Center (RCLC), Mr. Ryan Almoite, and the Administrator of Advance Resource and Creative Solutions School, Inc. (ARCS), Ms. Redencion Uy to provide the venue, facilities and training to SISC Education students during their practicum. Also present during the event were the Dean of Education, Dr. Virginia Caneo, Head of Student Affairs, Ms. Floribel Ferrer and SISC supervising instructor, Ms. Phi Anh de Castro.

 

The event marked the formal collaboration between SISC, RCLC and ARCS. These … [Read more]

Southville Holds IB Diploma Programme Graduation



The 5th Commencement Exercises of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) was held last June 4, 2011, with Dr. Melva Diamante, President of Southville Foreign University (SFU), as the keynote speaker. Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, SISC Chief Executive Mentor, Dr. Marl Ferenal, SISC President and Ms. Marie Ann Mirando, IB Coordinator, graced the event.

Leading the IB graduates of Batch 2011 were the awardees for Scholastic Excellence namely Thae Hoon An (Gold Medal), Eun Seo (Gold Medal), You Kyum Kim (Gold Medal), Son Yong Kim (Silver Medal) and Dong Yeop Lee (Silver Medal). Merit … [Read more]

Celebrated Artists Join the Roster of SISC Multimedia Arts Faculty



Southville International School and Colleges’ quest for quality education continues with the hiring of two new award-winning faculty members for Multimedia Arts.

 

Ms. Rica Arevalo, whose film Ganap na Babae won an award for excellence in cinematography in the recently concluded Soho International Film Festival will be teaching Film Appreciation and Video Production to the Multimedia Arts students.  Ms. Arevalo finished her bachelor’s degree at the De La Salle University with a degree in Communication Arts and her master’s degree Communication Management form the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.

 

Not only is she the first Filipina to receive

[Read more]

Masscomm Students Join Blued Project



Seven Mass Communication students of Southville International School and Colleges joined The Blued Project, an inter-university design and marketing contest in search of Blued Clothing’s very first Stylepreneurs. They were Jahdiel Abigail Mae Gay, Clarissa Jean Torres, Monica Diaz, Nicollo Ramon Alessandro Lopez, Mary Camille Arce, Jaresa Felipe, and Bernard Lomibao.

Participants were asked to come up with an Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) campaign on how to promote the brand, and a design proposal for the clothing line. Other contenders are students from Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Lyceum of the Philippines University, and University of Sto.Tomas.

The presentation
[Read more]

Southville Invites Students for its Science Week



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), together with the Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology, cordially invites grade school and high school students to participate in its forthcoming Science Week on March 1-4, 2011.
The first day of the weeklong program will feature a lecture forum in Biology and the opening of the interactive Science Exhibit provided by the Philippine Foundation for Science and Technology. The exhibition comprises of twenty attractions including a Van De Graff Generator. Expert tour guides will explain the underlying scientific principles behind these exhibits.

On the second day, there will be a lecture forum in

[Read more]

Southville Represents Philippines in UN Simulation



Five High School students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) joined more than 200 delegates from 40 schools around the world at Georgetown University – School of Foreign Service’s 6th Model United Nations (MUN) conference held last February 3-6, 2011 at Doha, Qatar. The meet provided an unparalleled educational experience for talented secondary school students as they learned about international institutions and the democratic political process through an exciting role-playing experience.

The SISC delegation was composed of Jan Nathalia Atendido, Catherine Chiang, Arielle Nicole Papa, Hyun Ji Park and Jose Angelo Zulueta with their mentor, Mr. Erwin Ragadio. They

[Read more]

Cancellation of Classes due to Typhoon Juan



The Department of Education (DepEd) NCR has suspended afternoon classes in Metro Manila from preschool to high school in both private and public schools upon the recommendation of National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council or NDRMMC. The following schedule will then be followed:

Levels Early Dismissal Schedule Assembly Area/Holding Area
Preschool 10:00 am Classrooms
Grades 1 and 2 11:00 am Lobby for Munich; Library for Elizalde
Grades 3 to 7 12:15 pm Lobby for Munich; Library for Elizalde
High School 1:15 pm Gym 1

 

 

 

Talent Night of Grades 4 to 7 will be moved to another … [Read more]

BoA joins SISC’s 20th Anniversary Celebration



The dialogue with the Board of Advisers (BoA) and the blessing of its office was one of the highlights during the celebration of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) 20th Foundation Anniversary last September 15, 2010. The occasion was graced by no less than the distinguished members of the Board of Advisers who are respected leaders of various industries.
The Board of Advisers was formally launched last year with the goal to bridge the gap between the industry and the academe which is aligned with the school’s pursuit of academic excellence.
The Board of Advisers of each college division was
[Read more]

Understanding Multi-culturalism Key to Better World



Dressed in their national costumes with hearts filled with much enthusiasm and joy, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) International Baccalaureate (IB) 2 students were further given the challenge to use their education to reach out to people and help build a better world during the 5th Commencement Exercises held June 5, 2010 with Mr. Allan Farlin, Principal of Faith Academy in Mindanao, giving the keynote address.
With 26 years of teaching experience, Mr. Farlin shared words of wisdom to the graduates and talked about multi-culturalism and understanding with the theme “Sharing our Humanity.”
The highlight of the event
[Read more]

DOST Lauds Southville Stude



Southville’s pride Timothy Gabriel Alarcon, a grade five student, is set to receive the coveted Youth Excellence in Science (YES) Award of the Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) tomorrow at the PHIVOLCS Auditorium at UP Diliman.

Winning in the 2009 China Primary Math Olympiad held in Tianjin, China last August, Timothy qualified for the YES Award, an award given to Math and Science Whizzes from elementary to collegiate students across the country who won in international Science and Mathematics competitions.

[Read more]

Typhoon Ondoy News Flash



Classes are suspended for all levels until Oct. 3, 2009 but the school is open for business.  All SISC part time and full time employees are hereby required to report for work.  Flexi-time may be observed by part time instructors.  Uniform policy applies.

We are still accepting donations of canned goods, packed noodles, clothes, drinking water, etc. at the Luxembourg Campus thru Operation Paglingap, in cooperation with the concerned parent members of SISCPA, the Supreme Student Council and the Student Councils of College and High School.  For more information, contact 825-6374, 820-8702, 820-8703 and 829-1675.

[Read more]

South SEED-LPDH College: The Number One Allied Health School in the Southern Metro Manila



Having garnered the highest board passing rate way above the national passing rate in Medical Technology on September 2015 and March 2016 and Radiologic Technology on July 2016 among schools in Southern NCR, South SEED-LPDH College (SSLC) claims the title, number one allied health school south metro manila.

SSLC is a partnership between Southville International School and Colleges and Las Piñas Doctors Hospital that offers allied medical courses. Now on its sixth year of operation, SSLC is succeeding in producing more graduates who are excellent and committed in their jobs as well as ethical in their practices. [Read more]

SGEN Celebrates the First Research and TQM Quest



Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) awarded the winners of the first Research and Total Quality Management (TQM) Quest last June 20, 2016, at the Luxembourg Hall, Southville International School and Colleges in Las Piñas City.

With the objectives of sustaining the highest productivity standards and quality services to the clientele through improving processes, products, services and culture of the organization, the First SGEN Research and TQM Quest received 40 promising entries from SGEN Schools. All of which had helped the SGEN schools immensely in terms of efficiency, productivity, expense reduction, curriculum development and classroom management.

Winners of Bronze Award in … [Read more]

Southville Student Leaders Hone True Leadership



June 23, 2016 – Student leaders and council officers of Southville International School and Colleges honed their leadership skills through the Outdoor Workshop on Leadership (OWL) held at Stonyhurst Southville International School in Lipa City, Batangas where they were joined other students leaders from Southville Global Education Network coming from South Mansfield College, Stonyhurst-Southville International School – Batangas campus, and StonyhurstSouthville International School – Malarayat campus.

The Outdoor Workshop on Leadership (O.W.L.) is a specialized leadership and team-building seminar –workshop given to elected student council officers, and selected class officers of Basic Education of SGEN schools. Aside from inputs on … [Read more]

Southville Students Much Applauded In Ballet Recital



ACTS-Manila at Southville ballet students presented their learning and skills in the ballet recital Runway 2016 Dance Collection held last May 26, 2016, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. They were loudly applauded as they presented five acts: two from the Primary and Level 1 class, and 3 from the Advanced class.

The Advanced class’ interpretation of “Best Day of My Life” was a total hit, with their delicate moves contained in the upbeat tempo; while the Primary and Level 1 class danced their hearts out in pink tutus as the audience cheered them for their enthusiasm and potential.… [Read more]

Southville Homegrown Makes It Big In The US



Southville International School and Colleges alumna, Andrea Rebecca Young of International Baccalaureate Class 2011, graduated Cum Laude at the University of San Diego in California with a degree of Bachelor of Business Administration major in International Business.

Andrea had been in Southville since primary education up to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP). She shared that Southville was a huge part of her adolescence and was glad she had the opportunity to grow up with a tight knit community. She said that Southville taught her not only academic and moral excellence but also the importance of fun.

“My favorite experience … [Read more]

BSN students bond with residents of Camillus Medhaven



In connection with the thrust of the outreach programs of the College of Nursing that focus on the seniors & the elderly, the Outdoor Enrichment Program chosen for this academic year 2015-2016 was a visit to Camillus Medhaven is a shelter and nursing home that provides resident-oriented, long-term full-time care; rehabilitative therapies; and adult daycare services to seniors.

Two batches of BSN students visited the facility last February 17 and 24, 2016 as a post-Valentine activity. The students mainly looked forward to the trip as a fun bonding outdoor experience to enjoy. Surprisingly, it was the students’ brief encounter with … [Read more]

Southville conducts talk on young adult fiction at Fully Booked



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) partnered with Fully Booked to encourage and promote reading in children, youth, and adults’ lives. This event was aimed to introduce and discuss Young Adult (YA) fiction books. Three guest speakers talked about their reading experiences in life. Mr. Roderick Ramos, SISC librarian, shared about his skills and practices as a librarian. Ms. Precious Banaag and Ms. Isabel Gomez, both of whom are book bloggers, talked about their passion for reading and writing about the different books they’ve read. All three conveyed their thoughts and opinions about Young Adult fiction books. They even shared … [Read more]

College of Psychology: Outdoor Educational Program – March 6, 2015



The College of Psychology held its annual Outdoor Educational Program (OEP) last March 6, 2015 where students from 1st to 3rd year and selected 4th year students participated and accompanied by 8 professors. The trip’s destinations were National Center for Mental Health, Nayon ng Kabataan, and the Sanctuary Center.

Good Feedback Was Received 

The OEP received an overall rating of 4.21 out of 5 that meant that the students had fun and saw the OEP beneficial to their course. [Read more]

PARA: A Basic Photography Exhibit



On March 17, 2015, the AB Communication 1 students launched their very first exhibit PARA in the college lobby. From the street food to the fiesta banners to the Chinese lanterns to “Manila” by The Hotdogs playing in the background, one can definitely feel the Manila vibe.

The exhibit lunched kicked off around 10:00 AM, an hour later than expected, due to last minute finishing touches. It started with a short skit about a group of people riding a jeep going to four destinations in Manila: Roxas Boulevard, Intramuros, Ongpin, and España. After that, the guests were given their snacks … [Read more]

Nursing students celebrate World Kidney Day



Let’s take care of our kidneys since the repercussion of kidney failure is a difficult and complex condition to deal with. Chronic renal failure necessitates hemodialysis for the rest of one’s life until a successful kidney transplant is done. That was the message of the forum at Asian Hospital & Medical Center (AHMC) joined by Southville International School and Colleges’ BS Nursing students in celebration of World Kidney Day.

For three years now every March 14, the BSN students have campaigned to help promote kidney health in their community. “It is as simple as drinking adequate amounts of plain, clean, … [Read more]

Southvile karatekas bring home medals



The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Karate Team brought home a total of twenty eight medals (eleven gold, eleven silver, and six bronze) from the 2014 Zen Okinawan Karate Kobudo Tournament organized by the Philippine Union of Karate Kobudo Organizations.

The tournament pitted schools and gyms from the National Capital Region in Kumi (Sparring) and Kata (choreographed pattern of movements).

The medal winners are:
• Tim Alarcon – Gold (Staff Kumi) and Silver (Advanced Level Kata, Nunchaku Kata, Sai Kata)
• Sofia Aquino – Gold (Teko Kata & Nunchaku Kata), Silver Kumi) and Bronze (Intermediate Level Kata & Staff … [Read more]

Southville Monarchs Dominate 2014 AISAC



There was no stopping the SISC Monarchs in the 2014 Asian International Schools Activities Conference held last September 25-27.
The Boys Volleyball Team, Boys Football Team 1 and Girls Football Team won the championship while both Team 1 and Team 2 of Girls and Boys Basketball Team won 1st and 2nd runner up, respectively. The Girls Basketball Team, on the other hand, won 1st runner up.
“Our athletes trained really hard. They put so much effort in all the leagues we joined— it’s just really fulfilling to bring the trophy home,” shared Athletics Director Rea Celine Villa.
[Read more]

HS Junior’s photographs featured in int’l website



Hikaru Murakami of Grade 10 may not be good in sports or outstanding in the performing arts, but her photography skills have captured the hearts and approval of the editorial staff of Vogue Italia which published her photos, Sun Kissed and Two Sides, in Photo Vogue, the new website section of the magazine.

“I started photography when I was in Grade 8. I was amazed with the photos in Flckr and thought of doing it myself. I grabbed my dad’s SLR and the rest is history,”shares Hikaru on how she developed her passion in photography.

Hikaru started studying in … [Read more]

How to Get Motivated in Studying?



Whether you are the top student or not, there will always be a time that you will lose your motivation to study. Don’t worry. It’s a normal thing and you can always cure it. So, here some tips for you to keep motivated in your studies: .
Set your goals
This will help you a lot in managing your time effectively because you will know which task to prioritize first. If you are clear with what you want to achieve, you will be more motivated. For example, your goal is to get a perfect score on the exam. You already
[Read more]

Southville Student Secures Post at JPCS National Board



Diana Navarro a senior of Southville International School & Colleges as well as Student Adviser for the Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS) – SISC Chapter was elected as Director for International linkages of the Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS) National Board of Officers elections during the annual JPCS – Leadership Transformation Workshop and Election 2013 held at the Global City Innovative College in Makati City recently.
This year’s conference was attended by the JPCS – SISC Chapter officer: Benedict Nicolas (President), John Panes (Vice-President), JC Aguinaldo (2nd Year Level Representative) and Diana Navarro herself (Board of Advisor).
Navarro was
[Read more]

Southville Welcomes December with Lantern Parade and Musical Play Competition



The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) grounds will be lit by a procession of colorful Christmas lanterns as the school celebrates its annual Lantern Parade on December 3, 2012, 6:00 pm, in Luxembourg Campus.

The event aims to bring together members of the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) together as it requires their active participation in terms of their creativity and collaboration to produce artistic and meaningful Christmas lanterns, thus, strengthening community spirit in a festive atmosphere. Lanterns were created throughout the past week by SISC students, organizations, and members of SGEN with each lantern designed in the form … [Read more]

Southville Officers Attend Red Cross Youth Induction Camp 2012



The Philippine Red Cross – Las Pinas Subchapter with the Red Cross Youth Advisers League recently conducted the 1st RCY (Red Cross Youth) Induction Camp inside the grounds of the Mary Immaculate Parish – Nature’s Church located in Moonwalk Village, Las Pinas City. Eighteen (18) Executive Officers and Committee Heads of the College Red Cross Youth (Southville Council) headed by Council president and Vice-president BS Nursing senior Ms. Eselle Ker and 1st year SPED student Ms. Samantha Ramirez respectively, participated in the overnight camp where they lead and took part in team building, skills building and camaraderie enhancing activities. Towards … [Read more]

Southville Launches Programs for Gifted Students



MALACA (Mental ability, Academic achievement, Leadership, Athletics, Creativity, Arts) is Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) concept of student giftedness.  Founded in 1990 as a school for the gifted, SISC has made a commitment to develop learners whose knowledge levels surpass that of their peers in other academic institutions.

 

To support this initiative, the Vision And Tasks (V.A.T.) Circles were formed to address the Mental Ability and Academic Achievement areas of MALACA.  Students with high mental ability or achievement scores are grouped according to levels in the V.A.T. Circles, and are given special enrichment lessons in critical thinking, analysis, … [Read more]

Hashtag Wins Southville Business Plan Competition



Emerging entrepreneurs Ethelbirth Ignacio III, Juan Miguel Antonio de Leon IV, and Dan Allen Lomeda, all Southville BS Entrepreneurship students hurdled first in the recently held Business Plan Competition sponsored by the College of Business and Tourism.
Their business, HASHTAG, allows clients to express their creativity and passion through designing their own shirts which the company will print using top of the line materials.

“It was superb experience listening to the students defending their business plans. This is empowering them and I am very hopeful that these youths will be able to apply what they have learned in the industry. … [Read more]

Songwriter Places in International Tilt



Juan Antonio Tuason of HS III-Patriotism was recognized as one of the semi-finalists in the 2011 International Songwriting Competition (ISC). His song “California” was chosen out of 16,000 entries coming from 115 countries around the world.

 

The International Songwriting Competition is one of the largest songwriting and music contests in the world providing aspiring and established songwriters an opportunity to have their songs heard in the professional, international arena. [Read more]

Media Heavyweights Incite the Youth in Southville’s Career Talk



Communication students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recently organized a career seminar entitled “Media Talk: Career Opportunities in the Communication and Multimedia Arts Industry.”  Several guest speakers who have made significant contributions in the media industry graced the event to inspire the young audience with the careers that await them as media practitioners.

 

Ms. Patty Laurel, TV personality, commercial model and host, and Mr. Ed Montilla, radio broadcaster and operations manager of Manila Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) gave inspiring pieces of advice on the challenges one has to go through before making it to the ‘limelight’.

 

Mr. … [Read more]

Southville Honors Guidance Counselors and Principals



Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) will pay tribute to representatives of its various partner schools in the South, specifically in the areas of Las Piñas, Parañaque, Muntinlupa, Laguna and Cavite on February 3, 2012.

 

With the theme “Join ufor Great Entertainment”, the event will gather principals and guidance counselors for a night of socialization, pampering and surprises. This is part of SGEN’s commitment to strengthen its ties with partner institutions in delivering quality education.

 

The Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) is composed of six member schools namely: Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), Southville … [Read more]

Worthwhile Weekend Programs Set



Make your Saturdays productive through Southville International School and Colleges’ Worthwhile Weekend Programs (WWP). This is open for SISC students and for other interested parties.

 

WWP offerings include Ballet in partnership with Acts Manila, Art classes, 3D Animation (Maya), Soccer, Basketball, Karate-Do and Junior Chef.

 

For more information, call 825-6374 local 100 and look for Elyds. [Read more]

U.S. Trained UbD Consultant to Conduct a Seminar



FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION CLICK HERE

As part of its 21st Foundation Celebration, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) invites principals, academic heads, and teachers to a seminar on “The Power of Understanding by Design in Instructional Delivery: Sharing Close to a Decade of UbD Insights, Best Practices, and Challenges.”

 

SISC, which has been implementing UbD since June 2003, will be sharing the experiences and insights of its academic leaders and managers in employing the UbD framework which participants may find helpful in implementing in the context of their own schools.

 

It will be held on September 21, 2011 … [Read more]

Southville Recreation and Sports Programs Open



The Varsity Interest Clubs Toward Outstanding Recreation and Sports (V.I.C.T.O.R.S.) held its series of launching recently for Grade School and High School. The program aims to develop the intellectual, athletic or creative calling of Southville students in a fun yet informative setting.

 

Among the interest clubs available to grade school students are Arts & Crafts, Glee Club/SISC Chorale, YES (Young Enthusiasts in Science), School Buzz, Creative Dramatics, Film Appreciation, Book Lovers, Dance Movers, Girl Scouts, Computer, Math, Basketball, Soccer, Badminton, and Karate/Self-Defense among others.

 

For High School, the clubs include the Model United Nations, YES, Creative Dramatics, Film/Movie

[Read more]

College Gears Up for PACUCOA Accreditation



The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) College Division will undergo simultaneous accreditation with the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) on February 16-18, 2011 on the following programs: Business Administration, Psychology, Education, Nursing, Information Technology, and Mass Communication.

The entire college community is gearing up for the accreditation visit through a series of orientation on the standards, criteria, and performance indicators set by PACUCOA.

A PACUCOA accreditation indicates that the college program meets the standards of quality set by the accrediting organization in terms of faculty, curriculum, administration, facilities, and student services. It is reserved
[Read more]

College Prelim Exam Schedule



Please note the following exams re-scheduled for next week:

  • Wednesday exam – re-scheduled on Monday, July 19, 2010
  • Thursday exam – re-scheduled Tuesday, July 20, 2010

[Read more]

Younghusband at Southville International School and Colleges’ Pep Rally



Southville International School and Colleges’ Annual Pep Rally last August 13, 2009 was made even more exciting by the presence of RP Youth National Team Member and former Chelsea player, Philip Younghusband, as its Guest Speaker. Younghusband, whose experience in international football leagues propelled him to be one of the best football players that the Philippines has produced, shared with the students the essence of teamwork and sacrifice. The crowd was also highly entertained by daring floor gymnastic stunts performed by the Philipping Parkour and Running Association. The students celebrated their varsity teams in Football, Basketball and Volleyball across all … [Read more]

SISC Student Successful in Missionary Trip to Mongolia



Though in itself not a sectarian school, the Southville International and Colleges’ myriad spiritual programs, particularly the monthly “Got Life?” activity, inspired sophomore high school student Juan Alfredo “Red” Calayan to embark on a missionary mission to Mongolia last summer.
                Red Calayan, now in his junior year in high school, is part of the A section of his batch, HS III-Conviction. He is active in many school activities, even serving as features editor of the school paper, “The Mover” for Academic Year 2008-2009.
                “The very fact that a 2nd Year HS student with no [income] managed to raise $2000
[Read more]

Turismo Pilipino At Southville



In appreciation and in celebration of our Filipino culture and heritage, the College of Tourism of Southville International School and Colleges is inviting everyone to the Tourism Expo with the theme, “Turismo Pilipino: Exploring the Diversity of Philippine Culture” on September 27-29, 2016, from 9am to 5pm at Southville International School and Colleges Luxembourg Hall.

Open to the public, the tourism expo will showcase exhibits, cultural dances, national costumes, quiz bees, poster making contests and forums highlighting the 7,107 islands of the Philippines. [Read more]

SEED Academy Launches Computer Literacy Campaign



September 3, 2016 – In its advocacy to provide computer literacy and competence to the youth, SEED Academy launched the first learning session of Free Computer Classes at Southville International School and Colleges, Las Piñas City.

Attended by 55 participants from 3 schools, the information technology outreach program aims to provide hands-on computer education to Grade 10 students through Saturday learning sessions in MS Office, Photoshop (photo editing), Adobe Flash (video editing), and Google Apps.

“Southville has a very strong IT Program being a Microsoft IT Academy. We wish to equip not only our own students but also those from … [Read more]

Southville Parent Education Center holds parenting session



Southville Parent Education Center (SPEC) recognizes and acknowledges each parent’s significant role in the education of children. Some parents though truly experience the joys of parenthood, the filial love is nurtured as parents and children enjoy the bonds of family life. There is no rehearsal for parenting, thus, the SPEC is critical in providing support as parents experience the peaks and valleys of parenting. 

We currently concluded an overview session on The 7 Habits of Successful Families which was based on the book of Stephen Covey last February 27, 2016. Parents from grade school to high school attended the parenting … [Read more]

Southville Gets IIP Gold



“Southville International School and Colleges is the first organization in Asia that got the Gold certificate from IIP without going through Bronze and Silver,” Ms. Janet Webster, the IIP Accrediting Team Leader that did the 3-day assessment in Southville on August 10-12, 2015 said. The IIP Journey was indeed challenging yet fruitful as the entire SISC community worked together and supported each other in all the preparations. This proves how SISC values everyone in the organization. Amazing things do happen when we persevere and believe that we will achieve our goal. Southville did, and that’s what led us to the … [Read more]

Southville alumna gets publishing deal with US publishing house



International fiction author and Southville alumna Kate Evangelista gets a publishing deal with Swoon Reads, an imprint of Macmillan Publishers USA. In a recent interview, Kate, who did her debut as a young adult fiction writer with her novel, Taste, shared the story of her accomplishment. “Swoon Reads has this fantastic website where writers of young adult romance can post their novels in the hopes of getting chosen for their next list. At the same time, authors who do post can gain valuable feedback from fellow authors and readers alike. It’s a wonderful community. I posted No Love Allowed (then … [Read more]

Southville alumnus enters elite Korean university



You Tae Jeon, a 2012 high school graduate of SISC, was accepted in Yonsei University which is part of the Korean Ivy League. Every year, just 2 percent get into Korea’s prestigious SKY universities, whose nickname is an acronym for Seoul National University, Korea University and Yonsei University. Jeon was a member of the honors section while in SISC and his research on Phytoremediation of Lead using Pistia Stratiotes Linn was awarded most outstanding experimental research. [Read more]

Shop at the High School Christmas Bazaar



The High School Division will hold its annual Christmas Bazaar on December 4 – 5, 2014, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm, at the Monarchs Gym of Luxembourg Campus. The activity is an integral part of the SISC business curriculum which provides students with the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom on running a business, and become “their own boss.” It is a major requirement in the business subjects, credited as the students’ authentic assessment grade.

Prior to the event, the students created an original business concept, developed a business plan, and prepared a detailed plan … [Read more]

Ice skater joins Asian juniors tournament



Elaine Hannah Solomon of Grade 7 – Gratitude represented the country in the 2014 Asian Junior Figure Skating Challenge held at the Festival Walk Glacier in Hong Kong. Aside from the Philippines, the best skaters from China, Malaysia, Thailand , Indonesia and Hong Kong took part in the annual event. [Read more]

Math topnotchers receive awards



Yoo Ho Yeong of Gr. 2 – Archimedes, Jan Ignazio Yu of Gr. 2 – Franklin, and Jeremie Keon Torralba of Gr. 4 – Humility were recognized by the Asian Psychological Services and Assessment, Inc. for topping the Standards-Based Assessment (SBA) Math exams held in various private schools nationwide last Academic Year 2013-2014. The awards ceremonies took place last November 13, 2014 during the Annual Convention of the Math Circle of the Philippines held at the Century Park Hotel in Manila. [Read more]

The Lovely City of London through the Eyes of SISC Students



Knowing where to go to this year is an easy choice. We decided to visit a global city which is a capital of arts, commerce, education, fashion, and politics. No wonder, it received 16.8 million visitors in 2013 according to the Office for National Statistic’s International Passenger Survey.  Known as the capital and largest city in the United Kingdom, London is the destination-to-be for the SISC IB study trip on June 15-22, 2014.

Brimming with excitement and raring to go, we did not mind the 14-hour direct flight from Manila to London.  When we arrived at the Heathrow International Airport, … [Read more]

SISC alumna ranks 4th in nursing board



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) High School Class 2010 alumna Katrina Geronimo placed 4th in the June 2014 Nurse Licensure Examination from 30,000 examinees all over the Philippines.
A consistent gold and values excellence awardee in SISC, Katrina entered high school at a young age and struggled trying to figure out what she wanted to take in college.
“I chose the medical field because in terms of personality and abilities, I felt that was the best choice. I don’t have regrets choosing my field but I’m not closing any door. Life is a never ending, winding road,” said Katrina.
[Read more]

News Archive Academic Year: 2015-2016



SGEN Celebrates the First Research and TQM Quest
100% Passing Rate for Southville-BS Nursing In Licensure Exam 2016
Southville Student Leaders Hone True Leadership
Southville-CAPS Hosts the Basic Education NSPO 2016
Southville Students Much Applauded In Ballet Recital
Southville Commemorates US Memorial Day 
Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) sends Southville President to the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) Workshop in Jakarta
Southville-IB Student’s Research Sparks Media Interest All over Asia
SISC’s brand of international excellence re-affirmed in ISO 9001:2008 Recertification.
Southville International School and Colleges Announces Graduate Studies Offering
Southville Hosts the 11th Run of CMIP Investment Teaching Accreditation Program [Read more]

Southville hosts Meibukan Gojyu Ryu Karate Seminar



Advanced Level members of the Southville Karate Club attended the 2013 Meibukan Gojyu Ryu Karate Seminar held recently.

Master Meitatsu Yagi, 10th Dan Blackbelt, Cchairman of the International Meibukan Gojyu Ryu Karatedo Association (IMGKA) shared his expertise to the members of the Karate Club. Students were taught Sanchin Kata, Kakie Te, Kote Kitae, Kihon Ido, Geki Sai Ichi, Geki Sai Ni, Saifa, and Shisochin. Further,  Master Yagi led the Meibukan Kata series, Advanced Goju Ryu Kata, and Meibuko Kobudo techniques.

For the Meibukan Kata series, the Tenchi, the Seiryu, Byakko, Shujaku and Genbu were taught. For the Advanced Gojyu Ryu … [Read more]

Southville Ice skater excels in Asian tilt



Minery Inomata of Gr. 9 – Generosity won three awards in the 2012 Asian Junior Figure Skating Challenge held last October 3-5, 2012 at the Festival Walk Glacier in Hong Kong. She finished in first place in the Short Program Category, and in second place in the Basic Novice Subgroup B (girls) and Long Program Category. Inomata competed against fellow skaters from other Asian countries in the event organized by the Hong Kong Skating Union. [Read more]

Southville Student Rules National Summer Skate



Mia Madelleine Torres, an incoming Grade 2 Southville student won first place and brought 2 gold medals in the 2013 Summer Skate, a competition endorsed by ICE SKATING INSTITUTE (ISI) OF ASIA. She placed first in both Pre-Alpha Technical Event and Dramatic Spotlight Event.

Mia, who started ice skating just recently, is also into ballet and voice lesson.

[Read more]

Southville Prom Royalties Awarded



It was glitz and glamour rolled into one as the junior and senior high school students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) danced the night away during their JS Prom last February 17 at Fernbrook Gardens.

 

The symbolic passing of the key of responsibility by the Seniors to the Juniors marked the former’s numbered days in SISC, and the latter carrying on the legacy of excellence and commitment exemplified by the Seniors.

 

The affair was also highlighted by the awarding of the special titles to the following students:

 

Promenade King – VJ Marquez
Promenade Queen – … [Read more]

SISC inks MOA with Paperless Trail Inc.



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) and Paperless Trail Inc. (PTI) inked a memorandum of agreement last January 11, 2012. The partnership aims to provide SISC’s BS Information Technology students a venue for practicum where they can be exposed to emerging web-based technologies such as digital mapping, Geographical Information System (GIS) applications, and document imaging, for which PTI is the country’s leading solutions provider. PTI developers are experts in document management system, location intelligence tool, web-based application like online metrics, and vehicle tracking and monitoring solution.

 

This joint venture is a testament to SISC’s commitment to provide its students … [Read more]

Southville College Students Hold Entrepville Bazaar



With the end in mind to produce graduates who will be employers of their own businesses someday, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) hosted a 2-day business bazaar last September 13-14, 2011. Dubbed as “Entrepville”, the event organized by SISC college students showcased their knowledge and skills in business management and operations.

 

The exhibitors, majority of which are SISC students, offered the audience a wide range of products and services from apparel, fashion accessories, cosmetics, and food, among others.

 

Entrepville was just one of the various culminating activities spearheaded by the College Division to ensure that the theories … [Read more]

JPCS Elects National Board of Officers



The Junior Philippine Computer Society recently conducted another successful leadership training workshop at PLDT Teletech InnoLab at Mandaluyong City. Representing Southville International School and Colleges were four of JPCS Chapter’s officers: Jeks Someda, Ina Caceres, Miguel Ventura and Diana Navarro.

 

JPCS officers from 28 different schools attended the 3-day workshop headed by Ms. Karen dela Cruz of Reinvent Technology to further enhance their leadership skills.

 

The selection of PCS/JPCS National Board of Officers was also done, where JPCS – Southville Chapter’s Jeks Someda was elected as the Director for International Linkages. [Read more]

Southville off to the ‘Grand Prix’



Southville students made it to the finals of the 2010 Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP) Students Grand Prix Competition with the theme “Bagong Pinoy, Bagong Pinas!” This despite the challenge of facing different schools nationwide, in what is considered as the most prestigious interschool competition for PR.
The team of students from the Colleges of Mass Communication and Media Arts is composed of Mary Camille Arce (ABMC 4), Juan Daniel Talion (ABMA 2), Jaresa Felipe (ABMC 2), Jahdiel Abigail Mae Gay (ABMC 3), Clarisse Jean Torres (ABMC 4), Monica Diaz (ABMC 3), Nicollo Ramon Alessandro Lopez (ABMC 3),
[Read more]

Southville Night School Emerged Winners in Stock Trading



Team Crunch from SEED Academy emerged as Champion in the recent Capital Market Competition participated in by Southville Global Education (SGEN) Community. The team, composed of Harold Sabanal, Arjay Almanzor, and Wilbert Beltran won a gold medal, P3,000 cash prize, and a Certificate of Excellence. Team Zero also from SEED Academy, ranked 2nd while Team SFU Lojo from Southville Foreign University placed third.
Junior Capital Market Institute of the Philippines (JCMIP) Secretary Patricia Samarita underscored the importance of research in stock investment. An investor should review the robustness of the selected company, industry trends, the condition of the market,
[Read more]

Senior CGS focused on life journey



The High School Graduating Class had its Batch Comprehensive Growth Series (CGS) on January 14 – 16, 2014 with the theme “Moving On: Making a Difference.” The seniors took three days away from campus at the beautiful Covenant House & Retreat Center in Dasmarinas, Cavite to reflect on their collective experience at SISC and have one last hurrah as a graduating class. The retreat offers seniors an opportunity to reflect on their high school experience and look ahead to their years beyond SISC.
The Batch CGS is a time to reflect on issues of identity, community, commitment, and
[Read more]

Southville Dance Troupe Learns Korean Culture



Members of Southville Dance Troupe recently attended the Korean Cultural Dance Workshop held at Korean Wave Hall, Korean Cultural Center of the Philippines, Global City, Taguig. The event was attended by fifty selected student-dancers coming from different schools in Metro Manila. Attendees were treated to an afternoon of different Korean traditional dance styles and techniques led by Mr. KIM Yong-chul of the SUP Dance Troupe and the official resource speaker-dance lecturer representative from Korea. The workshop started out with a warm up routine; a customary procedure that all dancers complete before getting into their dance act. It was followed by … [Read more]

RE-DISCOVERING THE PHILIPPINES AND ITS WONDERS



The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) BS Tourism college students had a rare opportunity of getting inspired by a cyberspace personality when one of the most followed Philippine travel blog writers appeared in the flesh. Last October 9, 2012, Ms. Gael Hilotin, the budget travel blogger who has drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors to her blog site “The Pinay Solo Backpacker”, graced the SISC Tourism Forum as a resource speaker. Gael did not disappoint because being a graduate of BS Anthropology, cum laude, she gave a very different perspective of traveling. She explained that among the compelling reasons … [Read more]

Southville Work and Travel Participants Return from US



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) delegates to the Work and Travel Program of the U.S. Department of State recently returned from a 3-month exposure trip where they were placed in various work functions.

 

The delegates were:

1. Bancaso, Diane – BS Information Technology
2. Fernandez, Francis – BS Business Administration
3. Jarina, Kate – AB Communication
4. Go, Kenny – BS Information Technology
5. Ilao, Shiela – BS Information Technology
6. Manalo, Ryan – BS Business Administration
7. Palado, Mariejo – BS Tourism
8. Pasadas, Eric – BS Information Technology
9. Piol, Angelica – BS Pscyhology
10. Roxas, … [Read more]

Southville Holds 6th IB Commencement Exercises



The 6th Commencement Exercises of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) was held last June 4, 2012, with Ms. Deidre Fischer, Superintendent of Cebu International School, as the keynote speaker. Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, SISC Chief Executive Mentor, Dr. Marl Ferenal, SISC President and Ms. Marie Ann Mirando, IB Coordinator, graced the event.

 

Leading the IB graduates of Class 2012 were the awardees for Scholastic Excellence namely Andrea Rebecca Young (Silver Medal), Samantha Rae Andico (Bronze Medal), Yeun Joo Kim (Bronze Medal), Su Hyeon Kim (Bronze Medal), and Jacqueline Marie Solivio (Bronze Medal). … [Read more]

Southville Holds PASS Orientation for Parents



The Portfolio Assessment for Southville International School and Colleges Students (P.A.S.S.) is a distinguishing feature of the school that aims to hone the students’ critical thinking skills as well as to develop their innate desire to seek and explore answers to questions or ideas they have about themselves, their community, or their environment.
While the P.A.S.S. has been equated with the research paper and oral defense required of Grade School and High School graduating students, the portfolio assessment includes other requirements such as collated students’ works in their subjects, mastery of the school’s hallmarks, and other features that ensure the
[Read more]

SGEN Presidents benefit concert to raise funds



Presidents from the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) will headline “AMOUR – The Greatest Love of All” BENEFIT CONCERT for economically disadvantaged college students to access meaningful quality education. The concert will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2013, 7 p.m. at the Insular Life Corporate Centre Auditorium, Insular Life Drive, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City. Proceeds from the concert will be donated to the scholarship programs of SGEN’s SEED Academy and South SEED – Las Piñas Doctors Hospital College.

The theme of the concert is “love, compassion and action” and how they intertwine to “educate the youth.” “AMOUR … [Read more]

Southville Math Teams Advance in MTAP



100% of the Grade School and High School math teams of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) hurdled the elimination round of the 2012 Metrobank – MTAP (Math Teachers Association of the Philippines) – Department of Education Math Challenge Qualifier to advance to the Division Team Finals. Congratulations to the following math whizzes:

 

Grade 1: Edrigo Dauigoy, Joshua Perez, and Ian Mercado
Grade 2: Isaac Kim, Antwone Ong, and Gwyneth Tangog
Grade 3: Abby Franco, Jang Ku Hyo, and Kyela Jose
Grade 4: Stefano de Castro, Jeong Hoo Kim, and Seung Hun Lee
Grade 5: Arielle Gutierrez, Syou Katsumi, … [Read more]

Southville Supports Students’ Love for Poetry



“The crown of literature is poetry. It is the sublime activity of the human mind.”  –William Somerset Maugham

 

Acknowledging the important role poetry plays in humanity, SISC recently launched its Poetry of Endearing Memories in Southville International School and Colleges (POEMS) for school year 2011-2012. This institutional activity encourages students from Preschool, Grade School, and High School to put their thoughts and feelings into verse with the best ones compiled for inclusion in the POEMS publication.

 

POEMS writing has stood the test of time as one of the favorite undertakings of SISC students where they discover the good … [Read more]

Southville Holds Culminating Activity for Ballet Program



This summer of 2011, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) partnered with ACTS Manila to offer Ballet classes under its Summer SMART Programs. ACTS Manila is a registered organization of the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet and a member of the Association of Ballet Academies Philippines.

 

Aspiring young dancers from different schools, whose levels ranged from pre-primary to Level 3, trained for rigid sessions under the coaching of ACTS Manila’s Director, Jan L. Manlapig. After the rigorous training process, they had their Grand Culminating Activity last May 24, 2011 at SISC’s gymnasium. With the theme “United Colors of Dance”, the … [Read more]

Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) sends Southville President to the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) Workshop in Jakarta



Dr. Marl Ferenal, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) president was a recipient of a prestigious scholarship from the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) through the auspices of the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) to attend a workshop in Jakarta, Indonesia from May 16 to 19, 2016. The workshop covered issues aimed at strengthening educational institutions offering Productivity Courses and Programs attended by representatives from the seventeen (17) member countries of APO.

Dr. Ferenal presented a country paper highlighting the impact of national productivity organization, DAP, to the Philippine industry by improving the competitiveness of the workforce. The paper also … [Read more]

ASEAN Perspective on Patient Safety



The importance of patient safety is a growing awareness among healthcare practitioners all over the world. The College of Nursing continuously seeks to equip its educators with the most current and relevant updates in the practice of patient safety. Its aim is to incorporate doable recommendations that would enhance the curriculum in the area of education and practice of patient safety based on current international standards with the end goal of producing nursing graduates who will be globally competitive.

Last June 25-26, 2015, Dean Carmel Villegas was sent as a delegate in the First ASEAN Patient Safety Congress -Towards a … [Read more]

BS Psychology General Assembly



The College General Assembly held at Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) on June 24,2015 spearheaded by the institution’s head officers with the Supreme Student Council familiarized and review with the new and old students the guidelines of the school. The students’ spirits were lifted by the program’s energetic hosts and the amazing numbers of the Monarchs Dance Troupe. It was a very interactive event, as everyone was asked to participate with the emcees. The breakout sessions provided focused discussions for the students of each college program.

The College of Psychology’s General Assembly was held at the Mini Theatre led … [Read more]

SSIS-MALARAYAT UNDERSCORES KAIZEN IN RECENT TQM PRESENTATION



Stonyhurst Southville International School (SSIS) – Malarayat embraced the challenge of Total Quality Management (TQM) by presenting two TQM and three Special Projects to the TQM Committee headed by school president, Dr. Marl V. Ferenal. The projects aim to improve the school’s systems and processes under school principal Donna Atienza, and are doable and useful in upholding the high quality and productivity of the institution.

The following are the titles of the TQM/Research/Special Subject presented:

• A TQM Project on the Best Reflections on the Values of the Week
• Special Filipino Worksheets Compilation
• 5Cs Story Book, – “As … [Read more]

Southville Awards Recognition to Outstanding Monarchs



From a phenomenal author to an aspiring visual artist, from a world beauty queen to a magna cum laude graduate, from a board top notcher to a global math wizard, from an international filmmaker to a song siren, there is no doubt that Southville International School and Colleges has become a melting pot of talents of students from around the world.
Celebrating its 24th Founding Anniversary, Southville awarded its current students and alumni who have won in national and international competitions and excelled in their chosen crafts in the recently held 2014 Achievers’ Night.
The awardees include BS Psychology
[Read more]

10th National Search for Top Outstanding Performing Students (TOPS) launched



In celebration of the 10th search for the Top Outstanding Performing Students (TOPS), the organizers announced that on top of the 100 TOPS scholars on board, all the 10 top TOPS will be given full college scholarships for Academic Year 2014. There will be other types of scholarships available for the other ranking contenders who are interested to enroll in any of the programs in the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) higher education institutions. This prestigious, competitive search is conducted among graduating high school students who have outstanding track record in academics, leadership, arts, or sports and have manifested good … [Read more]

BS Psychology New Students and Parents Orientation



The annual orientation for new students and parents of Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) College of Psychology was held last June 10, 2014 to ensure that the new enrollees will have a successful transition and integration into the BS Psychology program.

The officers of the Psychology Society welcomed the participants with an activity to build camaraderie with the newcomers.  The College of Psychology Chairperson, Mr. Ruel A. Cajili, presented the degree requirements and program policies, services, and opportunities for all Psychology majors.  He also answered the questions of new students and parents regarding program expectations and SISC’s culture.

Viva

[Read more]

SOS: Calling All Superheroes



The 2nd year AB Multimedia Arts students held their first ever 3D exhibit entitled SOS: Calling All Superheroes at the College Lobby of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC).
 The Digital Photography class, headed by Kristen Gabutero, showcased photos depicting themselves as their favorite superheroes in 3D anaglyph images. In order to appreciate the effect in the pictures, the viewers used the 3D glasses provided by the class.
 Dr. Felma Tria, Dean of Communication and Multimedia Arts, did the honor of cutting the ribbon during the opening ceremony held recently. 

[Read more]

VAT Exhibit showcases 5Cs in Action



Southville International School and Colleges held the annual VAT exhibit last February 22-26, 2016 at the Luxembourg walkway.

VAT, or Vision and Task, Circle showed the 5Cs (Competence, Character, Collaboration, Creativity, and Commitment to Achieve) in action through a display of students’ best projects and creative outputs that ranged from mouth-watering desserts to functional crafts, and from vivid paintings to innovative robots. Some of the projects presented were Bubble Painting, Potato Battery, Hologram, DIY Smartphone Projector, and Solar Rover, among others.

As a special program institutionalized by the school under MALACA or Mental Ability, Achievement, Leadership, Athletics, Creativity, Arts, gifted … [Read more]

Judith Won Pat enlightens students at job fair



Southville International School and Colleges held a job fair at the Luxembourg Hall last February 24, 2016. Coming from Guam, USA, the special guest was Judith Won Pat who is part of the 33rd Legislature of Guam and handles culture and education. The event began with her speech on understanding different people around the world. According to the speaker, misunderstanding is the cause of conflict among people of different nations. Pat also talked about admitting Filipino students into universities like the University of Guam for education and scholarships.

During the Q&A, college students asked questions about Filipino citizens working in … [Read more]

Southville Mathletes show their mettle in international contest



Students from Southville International School and Colleges were named recipients of top certificates in the 2015 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) – Mathematics Assessment conducted by Educational Assessment Australia. The competition is participated in by more than twenty countries from Asia, Africa, Europe, and America.

Lee Chan Hee, Chang Min Yoon, Miguel Dominico Alzona and Christian Joseph Papa were awarded the Distinction Certificate given to the top 10percent of the takers in their level. Raven Breanna Maat, Iñigo Miguel Hernandez, Rueben Byron Maat, Gwyneth Margaux Tangog and Antwone Santino Ong received the Credit Certificate for belonging in the … [Read more]

WASC mid-cycle visit a huge success for Southville



Southville International School and Colleges passed the midterm review of the visiting Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), USA committee who noted the students’ critical thinking skills in their dialogues with them, and the school teachers and administrators’ efforts to implement British and US common core standards to increase instructional rigor for all students.

Highlighting areas to celebrate, Gwen Ueoka from Hawaii and Patrick Houterman from Indonesia pointed to the school leadership for actively engaging teachers, staff and parents in processes related to school improvement, the teaching force for consistently using assessment data to inform instruction, and the school … [Read more]

AFSL Hosts Global Dignity Day



The Asian Federation of Student Leaders (AFSL) hosted the Philippine run of the Global Dignity Day Challenge 2014 last year at Southville International School and Colleges, city of Las Pinas.

Instituted during the World Economic Forum, Global Dignity Day is the brainchild of Young Global Leaders, HRH Crown Prince Hakkon of Norway, Prof. Pekka Himanen of Finland and thought leader, John Hope Bryant.
The Challenge was participated in by seventeen competing students and more than 200 plenary participants where three outstanding speakers were awarded:

1st Place – Ms. Alia Rafael Antig from Stonyhurst Southville International School (Lipa City campus);
2nd … [Read more]

Southville Primes Graduating Nursing Students for Professional Advancement



In preparation for a future in a specialized nursing practice, Southville’s graduating BSN students got a glimpse of Oncology Nursing through a Post Graduate Seminar on “The Role of Doctors and Allied Professionals in Cancer Care” sponsored by the Oncology Department of St. Luke’s Medical Center, Global City last August 14, 2014 at the Henry Sy Auditorium.
The event was the culmination of a three-day activity that featured the country’s premier doctors and nurse practitioners in the field of cancer care.  The keynote speaker Professor Adriano Laudico, MD presented an in-depth perspective of the magnitude of cancer in the Philippines. 
[Read more]

Southville’s Junior Philippine Computer Society elects its 2013-2014 Officers



The Junior Philippine Computer Society of Southville International School and Colleges elected its new set of officers for Academic Year 2013-2014.

Voted as President is John Benedict H. Nicolas. The other officers are John N. Panes – Vice President, Kristin Alyssa G. Luna – Secretary, Joshua Shaun O. Dolotina – Treasurer, Joshua Christian I. Fabian – Auditor, and  Anjellica G. Molino – PRO. The Level Representatives are: Jozeff Perez – 1st year, Carl John Dennis Aguinaldo – 2nd Year, and Seth Bañez – 3rd year.

Patricia Mae Reyes, Laurence Juliene Tolentino, Julius Pagdato, and Tobi Tobias comprise … [Read more]

Southville Golfers capture US Tournament title



Abegail Arevalo of Gr. 9 – Sincerity played some of her best golf in topping the 13-14 division of the 2012 US Kids Holiday Classic Golf Tournament held at the Fazio Course in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, USA last December 21 – 22, 2012. She posted rounds of 80 and 74 in tough windy conditions to end the year on a winning note against competition of the highest level. Abegail began the final day with a one-stroke advantage but was never in trouble as she hit four birdies for a stunning twelve-stroke victory over her nearest rivals from the United
[Read more]

College of Nursing Fosters International Collaboration



Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recently hosted the study tour of Nursing students and faculty members from Singapore’s Ngee Ann Polytechnic School of Health Sciences. The visitors observed SISC BS Nursing students in various clinical settings, and were acquainted with SISC’s community health assessment program for the children of poor families in the barangay. Dean Carmelita Villegas, Nursing instructors and SISC Nursing students shared best practices and exchanged academic insights with the visitors.

The SISC Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, with its solid academic and clinical foundation, nurturing instruction and strong values education, prepares students to meet … [Read more]

SGEN Inks Pact with China



Led by Southville International School and Colleges, the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) an affiliation of 7 premier educational institutions in the country, and Jimei University, one of the key universities in Fujian Province, China, strengthened their partnership once more during the visit last August 21, 2009 of the latter’s administrators headed by their President, Professor Jiande Gu, together with staff from the Chinese Education Center in the Philippines, and Hanban, the executive body of the Chinese Language Council International.
SGEN and Jimei University have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) when the former’s top brass visited China on June
[Read more]

Communication students conduct Oral Communication workshop



Communication 3 students under Ms. Mylene Manalo held their last outreach program last Wednesday, March 8, 2016, at the SISC Media Center. Students from CAA were invited to Southville International School and Colleges to participate in a “Workshop on Oral Communication”, which covers basic information in creating a PowerPoint presentation.

The outreach started with the SISC invocation followed by the prayer before meals led by Darryl Papa. The students were then asked to eat their lunch before starting with the presentation of 3 different groups led by Darryl Papa, Joan Llamas, and Lance Nator. Each group provided different topics and … [Read more]

IB Holds Interactive School Fair



Breaktimes are usually a relief from the tensions of classwork and lectures.Ultimately, the idea of learning can be a drag when one can be resting. On January 14, students of the International Baccalaureate Programme hosted a fair with interactive activities for everyone.

The IB fair was open to all from eight in the morning to four in the afternoon. Inside Luxembourg Hall, six booths— stemming from main subject groups of the intensive coursework of the students— different attractions were available to try. These included Language and Literature, Foreign Languages, Physics, Psychology, Mathematics and the Arts. Each was showcased by students … [Read more]

Southville retains IB World School status



Southville International School and Colleges successfully passed the five-year evaluation of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) receiving positive results and some commendations in the process. SISC was authorized as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School in August 2005 and graduated its ninth batch of IB students last June 2015. Currently, the SISC IB Programme is offered in the Grades 11 and 12 levels.

As part of the IB Diploma Programme, IB schools undergo a self-evaluation every five years. The purpose of the self-evaluation is to ensure that the integrity and standards of the IB Diploma Programme are maintained. The International … [Read more]

Southville President gets published on The Oceania



Southville President Dr. Marl V. Ferenal is a featured contributor in the May-June issue of The Oceania, ANZCHAM Philippines’ bi-monthly magazine. His article entitled “Education Opportunities under the AEC Landscape” is published under the ASEAN Education section. [Read more]

Back-to-school can be Stress-Free: 4 things to do before your first day!



I bet every student enjoys the time of their lives during summer vacation. Some would even wish to have it extended if possible. But then reality knocks and the first day of school is just around the corner. The last few weeks before school starts can be the most stressful for students, and one reason is the abrupt adjustment from vacation to back-to-school mindset.

Going back to school can be stress-free. Here are four tips that will help you enjoy your last few days of vacation while looking forward to the first day of school:

1. Reset your sleeping schedule[Read more]

The Art in Nursing



One critical aptitude in professional nursing practice is to be able to render culturally congruent care to clients. This concept was introduced by a modern nurse theorist Madeleine Leininger, who recognized the importance of transcultural care. The BSN program at SISC believes in developing future nurses to be well-rounded valuing the contribution of art and humanities in enhancing the quality of our nursing practice.
SISC College of Nursing has been a school of choice for a number of Filipino-American students wanting to finish a BSN course. After four years they not only acquire the quality nursing education they came for … [Read more]

SISC IB Students Led International Peace Day Celebration



As an IB World School, SISC shares the responsibility of promoting peace and managing conflict so everyone can live together peacefully not only on a global scale but also in personal and classroom interactions. It is for this reason that the International Baccalaureate students led the school’s 1st International Peace Day celebration last September 22, 2014. The event was highlighted by activities such as the Wall of Peace, Storytelling, A Thousand Cranes for Peace, and Peace Talk which involved students from preschool to college.

WALL OF PEACE

On the Wall of Peace, the students, teachers and other stakeholders were asked … [Read more]

Southville Football Players represented Team PH in 3 European Football Youth Tournaments



Gabriel Aguilar and Prince Alfred Dellosa, student-athletes of Southville International School and Colleges, participated in Makati Football Club Inc.’s Europe Tour 2013 representing the Philippines in three International Youth Tournaments. The matches were held in Bendorm, Spain for the Costa Blanca Cup, Goteburg, Sweden for the Gothia Cup and Hjoring, Denmark for the Dana.

S.I.S.C’s, Mr. Gerard Navarro  served as Manager of the delegation. The MFC delegation was composed of 50 players (4 teams – Boys 10 to 15), 8 officials, and parents. The Philippine Youth Delegation is sanctioned by the NCR Football Association, the Philippine Football Federation, the Philippine … [Read more]

Southville College Admission for Second Semester Ongoing



 

The College Division of Southville International School and Colleges is now accepting applications for admission and enrolment to its various courses for the 2nd semester of Academic Year 2012 – 2013. Courses offered are: BS Accountancy, AB Communication, AB Multimedia Arts, BS Information Technology, BS Nursing, BS Psychology, BS Tourism, BS Entrepreneurship, BS Business Administration major in Financial Accounting & Management / Human Resource Management / Marketing Management, and Bachelor of Elementary Education with specialization in Special Education. Interested students may contact the Public Relations Office at (632) 8208702 to 03 local 100 or 200. [Read more]

Southville Holds Battle of the Bands



The Battle of the Bands is a pop / rock band competition for Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) schools, which allows the contestants to play alongside other winners from the different campuses.

 

The event gives young musicians a chance to represent their school, perform on stage in front of a great crowd, work with sound and stage professionals, and win some great prizes!

 

The battle takes place on September 28, 2012, 6:00 pm, at the Monarchs Gym of Luxembourg Campus.  Tickets are available at the gate before the show. [Read more]

SISC Sponsors Seminar on Positive Discipline for Caregivers



As part of Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) thrust to strengthen school and home collaboration, the Preschool and Grade School Departments will conduct a free seminar for caregivers and drivers of Preschool to Grade 4 students on Positive Discipline, Developing Children Potentials.

 

This will be held on July 14, 2012, Saturday, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m., at the Cares Cafeteria of Munich Campus. This will be a great time for the house helpers and drivers to interact with their fellow caregivers in sharing best practices and experiences on how to better raise a child.  We hope that the parents … [Read more]

Parents Get Orientation about PASS Research



The Portfolio Assessment for Southville International School and Colleges Students (PASS) is a distinguishing feature of the school that aims to hone the students’ critical thinking skills through a research paper and oral defense.

For a thorough understanding of the PASS Program, parents of graduating students from Grades 6 & 7 and Grade 11 were invited to the PASS Orientation for Parents last June 29, 2012 at Luxembourg Gym.  The parents were encouraged to give support to their children as this activity is a good training to ensure the readiness of the students for the work demands of the next … [Read more]

Southville Commemorates US Memorial Day



College of Business Dean and Southville Director for Public Relations Dr. Jerry Aguilar joined US Ambassador Harry Thomas, US Embassy officials, foreign ambassadors and dignitaries, the American Association of the Philippines, major service commanders of the AFP, DND officials, and the Veteran’s Federation of the Philippines in the recently held US Memorial Day at the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial.

Dr. Aguilar expressed, “Southville recognizes the importance of this event as this is a reminder of the bravery of Filipino and American soldiers who fought together for our freedom. This is also what we do at Southville— Collaboration. We make … [Read more]

How to Keep Students Motivated Before Christmas



If adults get so excited for the Christmas season, how much more the students can be? With the impending days away from the stressful schoolworks, most students get distracted during the first half of December. So, here are some tips to keep them motivated until the Christmas break starts.
Align your lessons with the season
Since it will really be difficult to get their minds off the season, then combine it with the lessons instead. Prepare activities that will make them use their excitement for the holiday season. Let them group themselves and discuss about their favorite holiday experience or
[Read more]

Features



Making a Difference in the Industry
Angel With A Stethoscope
Little Ripples Make Huge Waves
Southville Topnotcher’s Guide to Board Exams
Make the Best of What’s to Come: Graduation Speech of Jozeff Perez (Magna Cum Laude of College Class 2017) 
This isn’t Farewell: Valedictory Speech of Su Bin Lim (High School Class 2017) 
Transcend!: Valedictory Speech of Lorenzo Isaac O. Estanislao (Grade School Class 2017) 
Southville Alumna Tops the Licensure Exam for Teachers
A Teacher’s Education for Busy Professionals
Southville IB Alumna Now Making Waves in Photography
Southville Alumnus is a Modern-day Missionary
Southville Homegrown Aces Physician Licensure Exam 
New [Read more]

Seniors Attend Comprehensive Growth Series



The high school graduating class of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) had its Batch Comprehensive Growth Series (CGS) last January 18 – 20, 2012 with the theme “Moving On: Making a Difference”. The seniors took three days away from the campus at a Covenant and Retreat House in Cavite to reflect on their collective experience at SISC and bond as a class.

 

Both personally spiritual and socially unifying, the CGS combines self-discovery with peer acceptance, allows for support, and creates a climate of tolerance and solidarity. It aims to inspire the students to reflect on their high school … [Read more]

Southville conducts Medical and Dental Mission for public school children



Southville International School and Colleges held their annual Poor Urban Children (Pouch) Medical Mission last April 2, 2016 at the Luxembourg Campus clinic. The event started with the registration of participants, followed by breakfast and vital statistics (V/S) monitoring. Afterwards, the medical and dental facilitators classified the participants whether they were for medical or dental checkup. A dentist and a physician conducted the examinations for the children.

To keep the participants healthy and strong, medicines were distributed after the medical and dental examinations. Before the event ended, games were played to entertain and give happiness to the public school children. … [Read more]

Southville holds SOLID Career Quest



A day packed with fun activities welcomed Grade 10 students from schools in the Las Pinas and Paranaque areas who attended the SOLID Career Quest last November 12, 2015. The event presented Southville International School and Colleges’ strands for Grades 11 and 12 as well as the various course offerings for college. Attendees were also provided with more information about the ASEAN integration, which led to their full understanding of the subject matter. After the talk, Grade 10 students visited booths that promote Southville’s programs. [Read more]

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint



The AB Communication IV students held their final outreach for their Integrated Marketing Communication subject on September 4, 2015. The venue was in Computer Lab 1. The topic is all about Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation.

The participants had their lunch in the School of the Future (SOF) before they began with their educational activities. Afterwards, they headed down to Comp Lab 1 for the lessons.

Jasper Yparraguirre’s group taught the students about the shortcuts in Microsoft PowerPoint. Afterwards, they prepared an activity to ensure that the participants really learned. Mark Compendio’s group presented next and after that, they had a Pinoy … [Read more]

AMAZING AT 25!



For 25 years, Southville International School and Colleges has been providing high quality international education.

Who would have thought that a small school that was first recognized as a “Special School for the Intellectually Gifted” with only two students 25 years ago, would grow to become one of the best international schools in the Philippines today? Southville’s journey to success was not a short and easy road but it was worth every challenge because it was then that Southville grew to be stronger and bolder. It is through the joint effort of everyone that comprises the Southville community that brought … [Read more]

Southville Welcomes Freshies With “College Freshmen Day”



Southville International School and Colleges gave freshmen a warm welcome as they enter a new school life.

With the theme “Oldies but Goodies” the welcome party featured performances from famous Broadway shows like “Wizard of Oz,” “The King and I, ” “Sound of Music,” “Hairspray,” “Mamma Mia,”“Grease” and “Phantom of the Opera.” The College of Psychology received accolade in its Phantom Performance receiving the Best Presentation Award.

Apart from showcasing their talents, the students were treated to party games like the longest line, the human portrait, and happy feet.  The College of Mass Communications and Multimedia Arts won as the … [Read more]

Southvile Monarchs Receive International Recognition



Two Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) students received high distinction certificates in the 2012 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) in Mathematics. Gen Mark Tanno (Grade 9) and Terrence Patrick Cabana (Grade 3) managed to be in the top 1percent of the said event.

Ms. Avic Suarez, SISC Principal, said, “Southville is very honored to have students who are excellent in Math, both from our Grade School and High School Department. This is a testament to Southville’s commitment to develop students who are competitive and committed to achieve.” Both Gen Mark and Terrence were awarded distinction in Math … [Read more]

AASHPI Holds 10th National Convention



With the theme, “HR Proactive Strategies during Challenging Times: A Decade of HR Value-Added Strategies and Innovation”, the Asian Association of School Human Resource Management Development Practitioners (AASHPI) held its 10th National AASHPI Convention last August 26-28, 2009 at the Waterfront Hotel in Cebu.  More than 150 school owners, deans, academic heads, educators, and HR practitioners participated in the event.

For inquiries on membership and other details, visit www.aashpi.org. [Read more]

Multidimensional View on Learning



Learning is a multidimensional process. The dynamics and complexity of the educational system and the availability of improved learning materials and supplies due to technological advancements contributes on how learning is defined today.

Confidence and IndependenceLearners’ growth and development goes alongside with self-actualization. The capacity to acknowledge up to what extent their capabilities are and confidence in applying their own knowledge on daily actions are essential factors that constitute learning. It is only through taking risks, confidence and independence are best learned.

Creativity, Originality, ImaginationCreativity is an integral part of the learning process. It is a process by

[Read more]

Psychology Day Highlights Camaraderie and Sportsmanship



The much awaited annual celebration of Psychology Day in Southville International School and Colleges was held last January 28, 2016. The program started with the opening ceremony featuring picture taking per year level, and the oath taking of the newly appointed Psychology Society officers.

The top 5 Psychology students who received certificates of recognition for the 1st semester of Academic Year 2015-2016 were Josefina Garcia from 2nd year, Angela Canales, Clark Chua, and Monika Mayugba from 3rd year, and Regine Flores from the graduating batch. All in all, there were 30 awardees from 1st year to 4th year.

The most … [Read more]

Psychology Society joins SISC’s 25th Year Anniversary



The Psychology Society and its members were active and enthusiastic participants in Southville International School and Colleges 25th Anniversary celebration. First, the organization successfully operated its carnival-themed booth that attracted several visitors, and helped it raise more funds for its future plans this Academic Year. Second, the Psychology students formed their cheering squad as they participated in the college’s first ever Cheer Dance Competition. After a series of late night practices for almost a month, the Psychology Department’s cheering squad placed 2nd against other participating courses. Their performance, stunts, and dance routines definitely gave the audience a breathtaking moment. There … [Read more]

College programs gain PACUCOA formal accreditation



The BS Nursing, BS Psychology, BS Information Technology, Bachelor of Elementary Education with specialization in Special Education, and BS in Business Administration programs of Southville International School and Colleges have recently been granted Level II Accredited Status by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA).  The programs were visited by the PACUCOA Accrediting Team last March 13 – 14, 2014 and were evaluated using the ten outcomes-based areas of Level II accreditation.  The ten areas focused on Philosophy and Objectives, Faculty, Instruction and Learning, Laboratories, Research, Library, Student Services, Social Orientation and Community Involvement, Physical Plant … [Read more]

Time Management Tips for Students



Students have a lot of going through their life. Too many projects, too many subjects to study, too many things to learn, too many terminologies to memorize, and you only have 24 hours per day. No wonder it’s never easy to manage your time effectively especially if you are studying in one of the international schools in Manila. .

Plan ahead of time.
As Benjamin Franklin put it, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” This is why before anything else, you need to plan ahead of time. List down all the things you need to do. … [Read more]

Opportunities for Multimedia Arts Graduates



 

Today’s technologically advanced society has become a catalyst of the increasing opportunity for those studying the multimedia arts course. Career chances under this specialization are wide-range and can include positions in various fields such as publishing, design, advertising, and many more.

Below are only a few examples of careers that you can pursue with a degree in multimedia arts.

ArtsArt enthusiasts nowadays appreciate the blending of traditional mediums resulting to surreal work of art greater than before. As fine artist, you can put your knowledge and capability in drawing and photography and combine it with cutting-edge computer

[Read more]

Southville Home Grown Conquers Top Universities Worldwide



“I still remember that day when I first talked to Gen Mark back in Elizalde Campus when he was still five years old. I knew then that this student has a lot of potential in him and now that he is almost graduating from the IB Programme, I am very proud of what he has achieved and I know he will conquer greater heights,” said Ms. Mari Vic Suarez, Southville Basic Education Principal.

Gen Mark Tanno who is set to finish International Baccalaureate Programme this June has been offered admission to some of the Ivy League schools worldwide namely Bristol … [Read more]

Joanna Marcelo: Phils’ Next Super Model



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 … [Read more]

Celebrating Accomplishments: Class 2015 HS Valedictory Speech — Andrei Kenneth Dominic T. Merino



To our Guest Speaker, school management, parents, teachers, friends, fellow graduates, ladies and gentlemen, good evening.

Today marks the culmination of our ultimate purpose; that is to graduate from high school. Although the path reaching this objective may not seem as an easy cakewalk for we have to endure tons of pillars of hard work, stay as night owls in doing our projects, assignments and making reviews for examinations. Truly this day we could say that finally we have made it. We have reached the summit of success by completing four years of high school transitioning into college life. We … [Read more]

Southville alumna wins an award at National Model United Nations



Southville alumna wins an award at National Model United Nations

Southville high school alumna Ma. Charmaine Dayupay represented the Philippines in the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference held at Olomouc, Czech Republic last November 22-28, 2015. Representing the country of Estonia, Charmaine won “Honorable Mention Delegate. Among the estimated 16,000 students, she was one of the 18 delegates chosen to participate in the event from her university. On March 20-24, Charmaine will again represent the Philippines and her school in the NMUN-NY.

Charmaine graduated from high school in Southville in 2012. At present, she is taking up a pre-law … [Read more]

FEATURES



Making a Difference in the Industry

“It might be cheesy, but I have always lived by these lines from the pledge; ‘to become leaders and movers of society’, ‘facite diferentiam’, and ‘one team’. Doing my job as a Guest Service Officer is nowhere close to being a leader yet, but in my own way, I apply it when I am training my peers as I am their senior. I try to teach them as much as I can and guide them,” Pauline said

Angel With A Stethoscope

“Southville’s Poor Urban Child (PoUCh) was a program that made an impact in … [Read more]

News Archive



Southville’s Team ZikAway Wins Silver in PolyU Global Student Challenge 2017
Gia Medina Achieves the 5th Place in NUS Science Summer Camp 2017
Southville Homegrown Accepted into 5 Top Schools in US and Asia
100% Passing Rate for Southville-BS Nursing In Licensure Exam 2017
Team ZikAway Advances to the Next Round of PolyU Global Challenge
Southville Students Acing the NUS Science Summer Camp
IB Class 2017 Set to Make their Mark in the World
Jodi Sta. Maria Enrolls in Southville
Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo Visit Southville in Friendly Soccer Match
Southville Holds a First Aid for Children Seminar[Read more]