Well-known directors Louie Ignacio, Sigfreid Barros Sanchez, and Emmanuel Quindo Palo imparted their knowledge as resource speakers of this year’s Media Talk.
Media Talk: Beyond the Lens of Imagination was held last February 4, 2015 at the Luxembourg Gym. This is a collaborative project of 3rd year AB Communication students and 3rd & 4th year AB Multimedia Arts students for their classes in Media Management & Entrepreneurship, and Multimedia Business. The event intended to share to high school students current practices in the film and directing industry through the talk of the invited speakers.
Ignacio, Director of Party Pilipinas and … [Read more]
2014 U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best College, Menlo College, has given recognition to Southville International School and Colleges’ Alumna, Samantha Alyssa Tongo. Her exemplary academic performance as a Marketing Communication student paved way to graduating as magna cum laude.
Working as a full-time marketing intern at Cisco, named by Fortune Magazine as one of the best companies to work for in 2013, Samantha has very much made her stay in college a fruitful learning experience.
Samantha shared, “College was fun! I met people with different backgrounds, ages and personalities, took a diverse set of classes that challenged how … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges’ Ballet Team composed of Alexandra Denyse Oropesa, Tiffany Claire Lau, Princess Stephanie Balido, Lourdes Marian Andujar, Clare Andrea Cecilia Egalla, Dominique Castro and Koichi Shibata, Southville Ballet Dancers bagged honorable mention, Senior A Group Division, Classical, in the recently held 2012 Philippine Dance Cup, the country’s premiere amateur ballet competition held only once every two years, with over 300 participants from schools all over the country.
Competing against 30 ballerinas and danseurs in the solo category, Oropesa, Lau and Balido also ranked 7thin the Junior D, Solo Division.
Ms. Jan Idalyne Manlapig, Southville Ballet Director, … [Read more]
Recognizing the importance of taking active role in building and promoting community culture, Southville Global Education Network (SGEN), under its Student Affairs Department, has made a commitment to support Las Pinas government’s livelihood project by pledging more than 500 lanterns used for the recently held SGEN Star Parade and Contest.
The event which was aimed at developing the students’ ingenuity in designing their own “parol” and at the same time, sustain the livelihood initiative of residences of Baranggay CAA, Las Pinas, kicked off with the parade participated in by the seven SGEN schools namely Southville International School and Colleges, Southville … [Read more]
Gabriel Aguilar and Prince David from Southville International School and Colleges are set to join the Makati Football Club Delegation of Boys under 11 in the upcoming Europe Football Tour 2013.
Gabriel and Prince, who will be competing in Costablanea Cup, Gothia Cup and Football Festival Denmark Club, started playing football at a very young age through Southville’s V.I.C.T.O.R.S. (Varsity, Interest Club Towards an Outstanding Recreation and Sports) program which provides worthwhile activities where students may channel their energy.
Aware that each child is gifted with different skills and abilities, the program offers a wide range of activities in sports, … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges finished 3rd place in the 2011 PRSP Student Grand Prix with the theme May Say Ako, Ito ang Gagawin Ko. The team represented by students from the Colleges of Communication and Multimedia Arts bested different universities nationwide, in what is considered as the most prestigious interschool competition for Public Relations.
SISC’s entry this year is entitled Sangguniang Kabataan, Sagot sa Kinabukasan which aims to regain the credibility of the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) as the government’s conduit in policy-making and nation building.
The members of Southville’s team are Anthony Chris Quijano (ABComm 3), Jahdiel Abigail Mae … [Read more]
With the theme “Career: A Decision to Make, A Path to Take”, Southville International School and Colleges held a career talk for college students last February 11, 2011 at the mini theater of Luxembourg Campus.
Mr. Jesse Francis Rebustillo, Assistant Vice President for Classified Ads of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, discussed the different career opportunities available to students after college graduation. He also gave job preparation tips from writing a comprehensive resume and dressing appropriately to the proper answering of interview questions. Mr. Rebustillo is a valued partner of the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) and the Asian Association of … [Read more]
Enrollment for the 2nd semester is extended until Nov. 13. The 1st semester copies of grades are available for release in the Tourism Office of the College Building. For fresh high school graduates and transferees, please proceed to the PR Office for scheduling of Admissions exam. Classes will start on November 8, 2010.
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In partnership with Acts-Manila, Southville International School and Colleges ballet dancers competed in the Philippine Dance Cup national ballet, contemporary and street dance competition last July 29 to 31. ACTS-Manila @ Southville dancers won 5th place in the Junior Ensemble Division 8-9yo Classical category with a piece entitled Good Girl, and 5th place in the Senior Open Ensemble for Classical category with a piece entitled The Fight Song. Both were choreographed by Director Jan Manlapig.
Last May, Acts-Manila @ Southville dancers held its annual recital at the Cultural Centre of the Philippines wherein they were loudly applauded and praised for … [Read more]
The annual Family Day of Early Childhood Department of Southville was filled with fun as the students with their parents participated in the activities.
Done on February 6, 2016 at the Monarchs Gym, the Preschool, Grade 1 and Grade 2 students from Munich and Star campuses presented the different cheers of Southville with their own personal twist.
Together with their parents, the students were divided in 3 different teams: Hearts, Stars, and Laurels. The families competed against other teams in the all out games such as ball relay, newspaper balance, over and under relay, and more. The winners of each … [Read more]