Here are exciting books that you can read during the break:
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- Charlotte’s Web (available at school stuff shop)
- The Hound of Baskersvilles (click here to view: Audio Book | e-Book )
- Number the Stars (available at school stuff shop)
- A Little Princess (click here to view: e-Book)
- Little Lord Fauntleroy (click here to view: e-Book)
- Island of the Blue Dolphins(available at school stuff shop)
- Velveteen Rabbit (click here to view: e-Book)
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By Yzelle Xaira B. De La Rea
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Eight (8) college coeds from different degree programs have successfully completed the 3.5-month work program in the different states of America and they shared their multi-cultural experiences during the de-briefing program held for those who successfully completed the program.
“I joined the U.S Spring Work and Travel Program because I want to experience diverse training that would lead me to my successful entrepreneurial career in the future,” said Elizabeth Uyami, a BS entrepreneurship student who worked at bargain Beachwear, Myrtle Beach in South Carolina.
The U.S Work and Travel (U.S WAT) Program is a cultural exchange program of the U.S … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) and the other Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) affiliate schools believe in research-based decisions. All changes in the curriculum or the academic programs, the hiring or firing of faculty and staff, or the giving of salary increase to employees are supported by data.
In a more macro perspective, research is an activity that sustains the operational system of educational institutions. Progressive educational institutions regard research as the heart of their decisions, be it a matter of academic or administrative issue such as program budget increase, budget decrease or program phase out; additional faculty or … [Read more]
Overview | Curriculum | Program Specification | Achievements | Facilities
Looking back as his batch mate and friend through our four years of nursing in Southville, Gino Rosales was never one to attract attention to himself. He never answered a question unless he was asked and it was rare to hear him boast about his achievements. It was also an uncommon sight to see him studying before a quiz or an exam while the rest of us struggled with last minute studying. He had this confidence that I always found admirable. He was always a fast test taker, even during … [Read more]