Basic Ed


Southville Junior-Senior Prom Set on February 17

February is a month SISC High School III & IV students look forward to with the holding of the Junior-Senior Promenade. Besides the fun and camaraderie, the event also upholds the tradition where junior students salute the achievements of the seniors, while the seniors bequeath the mantle of leadership to juniors. This year, the JS Prom will be held at Fernbrook Gardens, Portofino on February 17, 2012. There will be no classes on the said date for High School III, High School IV and IB 1 students to give them ample time for preparation.… [Read more]

SOUTHVILLE-TCPD HOSTS LEAN SIX SIGMA WORKSHOP

Taylor Center for Professional Development (TCPD) of Southville International School and Colleges is hosting a public One-Day Lean Six Sigma Workshop and Yellow Belt Certification on May 27, 2016 at the TCPD Room, Southville International School and Colleges, Las Piñas City.

Lean Six Sigma is a combination of two powerful methods: Lean and Six Sigma.

Six Sigma is a comprehensive and flexible system for achieving, sustaining and maximizing business success with the goal of 99.9997 percent defect free or 3.4 defects per million opportunities or less!

Lean (also referred to as Lean Methods or Lean Speed) is a set of … [Read more]

Southville Honors 2 Bar Exam Passers

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) takes pride in two members of its community who recently passed the 2011 Bar Exams.

They are Kathrina Grace Matibag, a graduate of SISC High School Class of 2001; and Mr. Francisco Sandino Marco, SISC College Instructor.

Congratulations, Atty. Matibag and Atty. Marco! Your Monarchs family is truly proud of you.… [Read more]

Booklatin ang Kinabukasan Launched

The best gift that one can give to a child is the gift of learning.
Armed with the passion to address the decline in reading interests and literacy rates of school children, fourth year BS Nursing students of Southville International School and Colleges, under their Community Organizing Participatory Action Research (COPAR) subject, launched the “Booklatin ang Kinabukasan” Project which aims to promote literacy development through reading among the CAA Elementary School students in Las Piñas.
The project, in partnership with the Barangay BF International Officers and Council, Samahan ng Kabataang Baranggay (SKB) and the National Library, has been running for
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Southville International School And Colleges Shares The Secrets Of Successful Teachers

Las Piñas City – Southville International School and Colleges is hosting a public training open to all school teachers and administrators on the secrets of successful teachers every Saturday starting April 23 until May 21, 2016. The seminars and workshops organized by the Taylor Center for Professional Development (TCPD), a division of Southville that designs programs aimed at helping schools to deliver quality education and services.

The attendees will require techniques on (1) developing teaching methodologies that foster student involvement and cooperation in classroom activities; and (2) meeting the needs of the students with varying levels of knowledge, interests, understanding … [Read more]

Southville Students Shine in UN Simulation

The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Model United Nations (MUN) delegation returned from the 18th Model United Nations Assembly – Philippines with the top awards. Jee Seung Hong and Chloe Gian Jundez of Senior High School were named Best Delegate and Best Speaker, respectively, in the conference modelled on the format and function of the United Nations.

Jee Seung Hong was cited for her capacity to reach out to those who are new (novice delegates) to the assembly and make them feel important as part of the resolution making process. Chloe Jundez, on the other hand, was lauded for … [Read more]

SGEN welcomes the holiday season with a lantern show

The Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) held a lantern show at the Alabang Town Center last December 4, 2015. All 7 SGEN schools namely Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU), South Seed-LPDH College (SSLC), South Mansfield College (SMC), Stonyhurst Southville International School (SSIS) – Batangas, Stonyhurst Southville International School (SSIS) – Malarayat, and SEED Academy participated in the competition for the best lantern. Southville has been doing the lantern show for five years now, and as a fitting activity related to SISC’s Silver Year, attendees witnessed a lighting of parols.

Each SGEN … [Read more]

A Day for Others

As one family, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) conducted Southville for Others (SFO), an outreach activity of the employees last November 14, 2015. Everybody was divided into teams, each with designated tasks and areas. The teams are the following:

OMG- Oh My Garden
Landscape Maintenance
Members: Admin, Non-Teaching Employees

The Paint Team
Repainting of Fence and Arc
Members: IB, SISFU, NTE, Admin

Pouch on Wheels
Teaching Reading to Student Children
Members: ECED, Basic Ed Assat, Basic Ed Alumni

Medical Mission for Senior Citizens
Members: Nursing, ASSAT, SSLC, Alumni

Teaching Leadership and Personality Development to HS Students
Members: College Deans … [Read more]

Southville representatives attend US Memorial Day Ceremony

Dr. Jerry Aguilar and Mr. Philip Bennett from the Office of Public Relations represented Southville International School and Colleges at the US Memorial Day Ceremony last May 24, 2015 at the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial in Taguig City. Leaders from different faiths and respected representatives from Civic, Military, and Veterans organizations were also in attendance.… [Read more]

Wordsmith on the Rise

Jayra Almanzor, winner of the 2013 English Academic Award from St. Justin Martyr Catholic School in Canada talks about writing and her grade school years at Southville with Jesselle Villegas of the Office of Public Relations.

JV: Why do you love to write?
JA: I love writing because it is like immersing yourself into another world, another dimension. My mother once said: “When you read, it’s like standing on top of a giant; you will see and experience everything you never thought was possible.” After that, I thought to myself. What if I could control everything I see from that … [Read more]