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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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 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.
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]