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]
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]
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]
“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]
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]
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]
“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]
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 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]