Stefano Crispino de Castro of Grade 4-Humility will be awarded a gold medal for earning the highest score in the Standards-Based Assessment (SBA) for Mathematics for third graders given by the Asian Psychological Services & Assessment, Inc. last academic year 2010-2011.
95,552 students from 250 private schools nationwide took the said exam. The SBS Gold Medal of Mathematics will be awarded to Stefano during the 6th Annual Convention of the Math Circle of the Philippines on November 18, 2011.
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Proving that students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) excel not just in academics but also in sports is 14-year old sharpshooter Ma. Isabel Fernandez of High School III – Conviction. She may be young in age but not with experience, as she was proclaimed Champion in the recently concluded Philippine National Shooting Association (PNSA) National Open for 10-meter Air Pistol – Women’s Division.
Her score of 371 out of a possible 400 is her personal best. She gunned the national team representatives bound for the Southeast Asian Games in Indonesia this November.
Last year, she achieved the minimum … [Read more]
Year after year, there is always a greater need for competent and compassionate doctors ready to serve our country. Fortunately, there are brave men and women who decided to walk on this long and difficult career path and succeed.
Robee Razo, High School Batch 2003 of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), is one of the few who decided to pursue the noble and challenging medical profession. After graduating from SISC as the Class Valedictorian, he easily qualified for the University of the Philippines Integrated Liberal Arts and Medicine (INTARMED) Program. Seven years later, Razo passed the 2011 Medical … [Read more]
Fourth year high school students Dominique Martine Esguerra and Juliana Maria Masilungan finished in the top ten of the 2nd Goodwill Bookstore Essay Writing Contest. The said competition was participated in by more than ninety student-writers from both public and private schools in the National Capital Reigon.
The content, style, and coherence of their essays on the environmental awareness among the youth entitled “Going Green in the Philippine Scene – A Trendy Attempt or a Timeless Effort” impressed the judges. With their hard work and creativity, they received certificates of recognition as well as gift checks at the awards ceremony … [Read more]
The SISC International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme will host the IB New Parents and Guardians Orientation on September 10, 2011, 9:00 am at the Multi-Purpose Hall of Tropical Campus. The orientation is for parents and guardians who want to know more about the IB Diploma Program, and the benefits it offers to students.
The orientation will also include SISC students talking about their experiences in the IB program, and a question and answer session for parents and guardians.
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In line with Dr. Jose Rizal’s 150th birthday celebration and as supplement to their studies, the High School IV regular Filipino students watched Gantimpala Theater’s staging of “El Filibusterismo” last August 27, 2011 at the AFP Theater in Camp Aguinaldo.
The students developed a better understanding and appreciation of the novel after watching the play’s creative staging, powerful visuals, clear storytelling and moving music. The students also looked beyond the entertainment value of the production to listen to the production to listen to Rizal’s message to the youth of all generations to be catalysts of positive change in society.
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Chanelle Avaricio of High School II – Generosity notched second place in the Girls 14 Division of the 2011 US Kids Golf Teen World Championship held last July 28-30, 2011 in Pinehurst, North Carolina USA.
The three-day tournament is one of the world’s largest junior golf championships with a field of over 1200 kids from 30 countries from around the world.
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To be chosen as a Philippine representative is already an honor, but Gen Mark Tanno, a high school freshman of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), was determined to make his alma mater and country prouder. After months of intensive training, he clinched a silver medal in the Po Leung Kuk World Math Contest (PWMC) individual competition.
The 14th PWMC held in Hong Kong from July 13-17, 2011 drew 44 teams from 15 countries, namely Australia, Bulgaria, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, United States, and the Philippines.
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Recognizing the importance of coming together and learning from each other, Southville recently hosted an intimate chitchat among some school officers of private and public schools in Las Pinas.
The event was an avenue for the schools to listen to the different challenges of implementing senior high school and at the same time, discuss how they can partner to address the gaps identified.
Having been offering Grades 11 and 12 since 2005 through the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, Southville took the lead to share its best practices in Senior High School.
“The chat with fellow school administrators is a good … [Read more]
July 8, 2015 – Habagat may have brought torrential rains but this did not stop the students from the college of Information Technology of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) to help in preparing for the Internet Society’s (ISOC) Intercommunity 2015, the first virtual meeting of the global society.
Hosted from SkyCity in Auckland and collocated with InternetNZ NetHui conference, the Intercommunity 2015 aims to celebrate the Internet’s ability to rise beyond boundaries and bring people together. Forums were set up across the different hubs from Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America and Europe. In two and a half hours, … [Read more]