Late Childhood to Adolescence is a transition period for students wherein they want to fit in and at the same time express their individuality. Non-conforming to parental standards, plus creating cliques, it’s also phase in which they experience problems, different ranges of emotions and inner angsts as well. Though, they have their peers around them who can give them a shoulder to cry on (deep inside them, even if they don’t admit it) they need a parental figure who would understand them, a lending ear to hear them out and guide them to the right path.
Being aware of this, … [Read more]
Holding the 2009 Over-All Championship Title of International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC), Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) ruled over Global Jaya International School (GJIS) in the Volleyball and Basketball Girls and Boys Division in the Asian International Schools Conference (AISAC) held in Indonesia recently.
Exclusively open to the two founding international schools (SISC and GJIS), AISAC is aimed to be a premiere sports competition among international schools in Asia, preferably accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO).
“At present, SISC is dominating the International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) which is our … [Read more]
In celebration of Southville’s 25th Foundation Anniversary, the Basic Education department held a Kick-Off event last September 21, 2015 at the Monarchs Gym. Efren Peñaflorida, the 2009 CNN Hero of the Year and Founder of Kariton Klasrum, was the guest speaker. Mr. Peñaflorida shared to students from Grade 6 to 12 his advocacy of bringing education to out-of-school children. He also imparted four insightful key points and they are as follows:
• One is never too poor to think of ways to help others.
• One is never too ordinary to be a hero.
• One is never too young … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges organized an Arts & Crafts workshop at Fully Booked Alabang Town Center last September 12, 2015. Children of all ages attended and enjoyed the activities prepared by SISC Art teachers. The participants learned how to create bookmarks and do origami. The Arts & Crafts workshop is only the first in SISC’s “Learn the Southville Way at Fully Booked” series of activities that exhibits our brand of high quality international education.
For the complete schedule of “Learn the Southville Way at Fully Booked” activities, please click on the link below:
http://www.southville.edu.ph/opencms/opencms/Southville/v2/Webpages/News/News/News-And-Articles-AY-2015-2016/article_0017.html … [Read more]
An abundance of fun and educational events will be offered by the SISC Libraries so students – Basic Education and College alike – can enjoy activities that stimulate imagination and creativity.
The ”Book-a-Librarian” service allows the participant to get, not just one-on-one assistance from the librarian, but also a free 30-minute appointment with a “sashed rover” who will sing the Dewey Decimal Classification Song, talk about the Wedding Dance, or tour the participant around the library. Wearing a distinctive sash, sashed rovers are available in the library to assist with general library and basic Internet and computer queries.
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Knowing that education is the best deterrent against substance abuse, Southville International School and Colleges’ Discipline Office recently held a Substance Abuse Prevention and Awareness Seminar last for Grades 8 – 11 students. Invited as facilitator was Dr. Bernard M. Regalado, Head of the Drug Testing Laboratory of Asia Pacific Medical and Diagnostics, Inc., and accredited physician of the Dangerous Drugs Board.
SISC’s combination of preventive education, strict monitoring, and nurturing environment has kept the campus drug free, and safe from this social problem. The school also adheres to Republic Act 9165 or The New Dangerous Drugs Law which … [Read more]
The College of Nursing of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) proudly congratulates its successful board passers in the July 2011 Philippine Nursing Licensure Exams:
Ablona, Keith Andrew
Alvarez, Charles Andrew
Balbin, Christine Jade
Bautista, Bianca Camille
Bautista, Mensie Marie
Bollina, Kae Lynn Kates
Calaycay, Jamie Lane
Calinisan, Angela Luz
Campos, Hazel Anne
Castro, Alyssa Marie
Cawili, Kaye Marisse
Chan, Marc Bryan
Delizo, Cyrus Ozziah
Dimayuga, John Miguel
Du, Chin Jean
Galvez, Maria Luz
Garcia, David Jason
Gervacio, Rizza Mae
Gorospe, Karl Vincent
Goza, … [Read more]
Book lovers, bookworms, bibliophiles, writers, bloggers, and literature lovers of Southville International School and Colleges are all set to give renowned columnist, writer, and talk show host Jessica Zafra a warm welcome on September 21, 2016 as she talks about “TEN CLASSICS FOR YOUNG ADULTS.”
Initiated by the SISC Library, the event is in support to the school’s commitment to promote reading, being the Center for Reading in the South. Further, it brings together people who share the same love for literature.
“We are happy that Ms. Zafra has blocked off her schedule for this symposium. This is an avenue … [Read more]
Sofia May Emerald Jumao-as of Grade 3 – Wisdom of Southville International School and Colleges reaped 6 gold medals and a trophy as the highest pointer in the Female Basic Category of the recent Skate Manila 2016 held at the SM Mall of Asia.
In a special correspondence, Sofia’s mother thanked Southville in expressing support and confidence in Sofia’s achievements.
In the previous years, Verniece Enciso had raised Southville’s flag in the ice skating scene, as she dominated ice events with grace and skill and brought home numerous medals and awards. Now, Sofia follows through Verniece’s footsteps as Southville’s new … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges once again hosted its annual open house where high school students from different schools were invited to join and take the college entrance exam for free. Psychology Society, the in-house organization of the College of Psychology, took part in the event by setting up its black and white themed booth that showcased psychological concepts and theories, and gave a summary of the Psychology program offered in Southville International School and Colleges.
Black and White Theme – Good Feedback
Different from the previous open houses, the Psychology Society decided to use the theme black and white … [Read more]