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]
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]
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]
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 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]
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 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]
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]
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]
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]