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 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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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 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]
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]
“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]