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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]