Contestants from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) received three High Distinction, four Distinction, and seven Credit Certificates in the 2013 University of New South Wales International Competition and Assessment for Schools (ICAS) in Mathematics.
Besides the Philippines, schools from Brunei, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, India, South Africa, Hong Kong, China, and the Pacific Region also participated.
Gwyneth Margaux Tangog of Gr. 4 – Humility, Gen Mark Tanno of Gr. 10 – Commitment, and Miguel Angelo Villar of Gr. 10 – Responsibility were named High Distinction awardees for belonging in the top 1% of the participants in their grade … [Read more]
The SISC team of Erika Canonizado, Cylde Huang, Chae Young Jeong, and Min Jeong Kim finished in the Top 5 of the Statistical Challenge XV
hosted by UP Variates, a socioacademic student organization in the University of the Philippines Diliman School of Statistics.
The annual inter-secondary school quiz show is one of the country’s most prestigious statistical contests featuring 41 schools from 10 provinces with the primary goal of letting students appreciate the uses of Statistics.… [Read more]
Six high school students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) joined more than 200 delegates from 66 schools around the world at Georgetown University – School of Foreign Service’s 7th Model United Nations (MUN) conference held last February 1 – 4, 2012 at Doha, Qatar.
The meet seeks to provide an unparalleled educational experience for talented secondary school students as they learn about the United Nations, international institutions, and the democratic political process through an exciting role-playing experience.
The SISC delegation was composed of Jan Nathalia Atendido, Ana Andres, A Young Choi, Polo De Castro, Karren Delgado, and Julia … [Read more]
Now on its fourteenth year, the Global Village Program of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) provides students with a unique, personal, and intercultural learning experience. Participants get to visit Asia, North America, or Europe and broaden their understanding of other cultures.
This year, the foreign tour will explore Paris, Rome, Venice, Salzburg, and Munich. The program is open to grade school, high school, and college students. Parents, relatives, and friends of SISC students are also welcome to join.
For more details, please contact Ms. Floribel Ferrer at 825-6374 local 166.… [Read more]
The Early Childhood Education Division (Preschool – Grade 2) of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) will hold its annual Sportsfest and Family Day at Monarchs Gym of Luxembourg Campus on February 4, 2012.
The event will start with a Fun Run / Walk for a Cause dubbed as “Run for Love: A Benefit Run for Sendong Victims” open to all SISC parents, students, and friends. Proceeds will go to the typhoon victims in Mindanao.
Other highlights of the event include the cheering and field demonstrations of preschool students, community exercises, and fun games among families divided into three teams: … [Read more]
The High School III class of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) had a Career Exploration Symposium recently featuring successful people in the fields of information technology, health service, hotel and restaurant management, media arts, education, business, and psychology. The professionals expounded on the practices, challenges, and rewards of each discipline. The participants were also presented with college options available to them including those from the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) schools.
Current courses in SISC are: AB Communication, AB Media Arts, BS accountancy, BS Information Technology, BS Nursing, BS Psychology, BS Tourism, BS Business Administration Major in Marketing Management … [Read more]
Two college teams of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) ranked 5th and 6th places in the 2011 Equity Challenge: Clash of the Universities sponsored by Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) and Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). 60 groups from 14 colleges and universities battled in the said tournament which ran from August 9 to October 7, 2011.
Four SISC teams qualified for the final round, two of which landed in the Top 10. 5th place was Team 1 comprised of Karen Africano, May Anne Aves and Shiela Azon, coached by Dr. Marl Ferenal. 6th place was Team 3 whose … [Read more]
Fresh from his victory in the International Competitions and Assessment for Schools (ICAS) – Science, Gen Mark Tanno once again made Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) proud as he brought home an additional recognition, this time in ICAS – Math. ICAS provides independent and extensive evaluation of students’ understanding in the core learning areas.
His exceptional aptitude in mathematics, hard work, and determination landed him the High Distinction Award in the said international assessment developed by the Educational Assessment Australia (EAA) of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Global Pty Limited. Conducted annually in Australia, ICAS – Math … [Read more]
The Southville International Junior Marketing Association organized the South Beat Car Show last September 17, 2011 in line with the festivities of Southville International School and Colleges’ 21st Anniversary Celebration. The event brought together car aficionados showcasing their most modern and luxurious vehicles. Southville beauties dubbed as “car babes” also ramped the night away in the modeling competition.
Major and special awards were given to the participants whose vehicles stood out and wowed the audience. The exhibit was so successful that the organizers had to fit in more cars than the maximum of 60 that the Munich parking lot can … [Read more]
Cineaste is Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) interest club for students who are film aficionados. Last July 21, 2011, they had their first exposure trip to the Cultural Center of the Philippines to watch a movie in the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival.
Accompanied by their club moderator, Moises Anthony Cruz, who is also an independent filmmaker, the students had a chance to view an art film different from mainstream cinema. A short lecture and critical reflection were done after the film viewing.
Exposure trips such as this are initiated by SISC to enhance classroom learning and support student … [Read more]