Basic Ed


SSLC Tops the 2016 Radtech Board Exam

July 18, 2016 – South SEED LPDH College is the top performing school south of Metro Manila for the 2016 Radiologic Technologist Board Exam. The first graduating class of radiologic technology recorded a 70 percent passing rate, far exceeding the 43 percent national passing rate, and placed SSLC as the number 1 Radtech school in southern Metro Manila.

South SEED-LPDH College is a partnership between Southville International School and Colleges and Las Piñas Doctors Hospital that offers allied medical courses.

7 SSLC examinees passed the exam as per the official results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and Board … [Read more]

Get SMART this summer

Children need not be on their own for much of the summer, with little or no direction to channel their time and energies. A variety of fun and informative programs are available at the SMART (Sports, Mental, Artistic) Program, SISC’s summer offerings for children, teens, and adults who would like to spend their break in fun and productive ways.

The SMART academic offerings include Booster and Enhancement Programs in Reading, Math, Science, French, Chinese, Basic and Advanced Computer, and English as Second Language and Filipino for foreign students. An Exploration Camp for Preschool where children learn through Music, Arts, and … [Read more]

Aika Robredo inspires students at the Asian Federation of Student Leaders conference

The Asian Federation of Student Leaders held a conference entitled Inspire, Empower, Engage: “Equipping the Filipino Youth Leaders Towards a Competitive ASEAN Integration” last February 29, 2016 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm at Southville International School and Colleges.

Ms. Aika Robredo, eldest daughter of the late Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary, Jesse Robredo and Vice Presidential candidate Leni Robredo, graced the event with an insightful and eye-opening keynote address. A notable point in Aika’s speech was the importance of having a clear vision of one’s self. She said, “Having a clear vision of who you are … [Read more]

Aika Robredo inspires students at the Asian Federation of Student Leaders conference

The Asian Federation of Student Leaders held a conference entitled Inspire, Empower, Engage: “Equipping the Filipino Youth Leaders Towards a Competitive ASEAN Integration” last February 29, 2016 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm at Southville International School and Colleges.

Ms. Aika Robredo, eldest daughter of the late Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary, Jesse Robredo and Vice Presidential candidate Leni Robredo, graced the event with an insightful and eye-opening keynote address. A notable point in Aika’s speech was the importance of having a clear vision of one’s self. She said, “Having a clear vision of who you are … [Read more]

25 Years of Celebrating Institutional Pride through Research and TQM Projects

To strengthen institutional pride through innovation and research, the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) recognized the research, special project and Total Quality Management (TQM) awardees during the Year-Long Educational Series attended by all SGEN member schools. They were chosen by the Productivity and Quality Steering Committee, together with Top Management representatives, as essential innovations for Academic Year 2014-2015.

Congratulations to all the awardees!

SPECIAL PROJECT AWARDEES

Stonyhurst Southville International School – Malarayat Campus
“As much as I can” Story Book (A Story of 5Cs)
Proponents:
Michael Edison Geronimo
Claudine Katigbak
Mariel Glenn Leyesa
Apple Jane Mailig
Roy Cedric Recede
Althea … [Read more]

Joanna Marcelo: Phils’ Next Super Model

After making waves as a CCP full ballet scholar, Joanna Mari B. Marcelo, a second year I.N.N.O.V.E. Southville student, is now blooming to become the country’s next teen super model.
Competing against equally beautiful and iconic Fashionista from different private schools and universities in the recently held 100 Teens Fashionista of Metro Manila, Joanna swept other contestants and was named one of the twenty five semi-finalists. She also received the Teen Fashionista Discovery of the Year and the Media Personality Special Awards.
Organized by Innovision Entertainment Production, the event is a model search for the best Filipino patriotic inspired dresses … [Read more]

Southville honors its achievers

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) held its annual Achievers’ Night last October 15, 2015, 6:00 PM, at the Mini Theater. The event recognized students and alumni who have demonstrated exceptional talents and skills in various academic and non-academic competitions and events. Below is the list of awardees:

BASIC EDUCATION
Gwyneth Margaux Tangog
Top 5 in MTAP Regionals

Mary Ashley Tong
Top 5 in MTAP Regionals

Antwone Santino Ong
Top 5 in MTAP Regionals

Gabriel Aguilar
Best Shooter and 3rd Best Player in Manchester Soccer Camp

Jeremie Keon Torralba
YES Awardee and Top-notcher in SBA Math Quiz

Yoo Ho Yeong… [Read more]

Southville Monarchs Bag an Award in International Science Camp

Six high school students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) participated in the Science Summer Camp 2016 held at the National University of Singapore (NUS) last July. The program intended to inculcate a life­long fascination for science as the participants engage NUS professors in lecture series, perform and-s­on workshops at state­-of­the-­art laboratories and visit highly specialized research labs.

Sofia Margarita Malvar of Grade 10 ­ Commitment received a bronze medal in the Science Camp Quiz Bee. Also participating in the science camp were Hong Da Gyeong, Hong Dohee, Cassandra Hazel Hutchings, Giuliana Medina and Matthew Ezekiel Sybingco. They were … [Read more]

Svetlana Riguera is the Champion of the 2015 International Writing Competition

Svetlana Riguera (IB-1) of Southville International School and Colleges emerged as the champion in the secondary school category of the International New York Times (INYT) Writing Competition 2015. The participants were asked to write an article on the topic of global education and the entries were judged by INYT’s award-winning newsroom.

The INYT Writing Competition began in 2009 in Hong Kong as part of INYT’s InEducation program, which encourages students to engage with current affairs and become globally-minded by reading the daily newspaper. In 2015, the competition was expanded to include all of Asia.

Over two hundred entries from schools … [Read more]