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ABC’s of Influenza A (H1N1)

A. Signs and Symptoms
-Similar to the symptoms of regular flu such as:
Fever
Headache
Fatigue
Muscle or joint pains
Lack of appetite
Runny nose
Sore throat
Cough
– Vomiting or nausea
– Diarrhea

B. Mode of transmission
Exposure to droplets from the cough and sneeze of the
infected person

C. Prevention
– Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing
– Always wash hands with soap and water
– Use alcohol- based hand sanitizers
– Avoid close contact with sick people
– Increase your body’s resistance
o Have at least 8 hours of sleep
o Be physically active… [Read more]

Southville Brings Principals Together, Shares Best Practices

Recognizing the importance of coming together and learning from each other, Southville recently hosted an intimate chitchat among some school officers of private and public schools in Las Pinas.

The event was an avenue for the schools to listen to the different challenges of implementing senior high school and at the same time, discuss how they can partner to address the gaps identified.

Having been offering Grades 11 and 12 since 2005 through the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, Southville took the lead to share its best practices in Senior High School.

“The chat with fellow school administrators is a good … [Read more]

Southville BS IT Students Join ISOC InterComm 2015

July 8, 2015 – Habagat may have brought torrential rains but this did not stop the students from the college of Information Technology of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) to help in preparing for the Internet Society’s (ISOC) Intercommunity 2015, the first virtual meeting of the global society.

Hosted from SkyCity in Auckland and collocated with InternetNZ NetHui conference, the Intercommunity 2015 aims to celebrate the Internet’s ability to rise beyond boundaries and bring people together. Forums were set up across the different hubs from Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America and Europe. In two and a half hours, … [Read more]

JPCS-Southville Chapter Joins Y4IT Congress

The Junior Philippine Computer Society – Southville International School and Colleges Chapter (JPCS-SISC) attended the 12th Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4IT) held at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay city last September 11, 2014. The Junior Philippine Computer Society – Southville International School and Colleges Chapter (JPCS-SISC) attended the 12th Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4IT) held at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay city last September 11, 2014.
Themed “Harnessing the Power of Me”, the Y4IT event featured professionals hailing from major IT companies, leaders of the Internet governing bodies and trendy startup entrepreneurs. Fifty-nine members of the JPCS – … [Read more]

Southville Students Ace the IGCSE Exams

Southville International School and Colleges’ Hwang In Wook of International Baccalaureate (IB) 1 obtained the highest grade of A* in the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examination in Chemistry conducted by the University of Cambridge, UK. Three other SISC students got a grade of A namely Lee So Min of IB – 1 for Chemistry, Mirielle Gianna Mintu of Gr. 10 – Commitment for Biology, and Kim Kyung Rok of IB – 1 for Mathematics B. They took the test when they were in Junior High School last academic year.

Subjects are graded A*, A, B, C, D, … [Read more]

Southville Karatekas Bring Home The Gold

September 3, 2016 – The Karateras of Southville International School and Colleges brought home eight medals from the 2016 Philippine Karate League – National Karatedo Championship held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

The 5-man team of Southville Karate won three gold, three silver, and two bronze in various categories like the Bo (staff), Kata, and Nunchaku. The winners are:

• Josette Aurelio – Gold in Bo (Staff) and Novice Level Kata
• Danielle Marquez – Gold in Girls Intermediate kata and Silver in Nunchakku
• Karanvir Bansal – Silver in Bo (Staff)
• Alexandra Justine Jarvis – … [Read more]

Photoshop Workshop for Designers of the Future

July 27, 2016 – Students of Captain Albert Aguilar National High School came to Southville International School and Colleges for a one-day workshop on the basics of Adobe Photoshop.

The participants arrived at the venue around 9:30 AM for the registration, followed by an icebreaker. The game then gave way to Selina and Kate’s official start of the Photoshop demonstration. They started with the very basic concept of Photoshop as students listened attentively. Some had technical difficulties but they were assisted by Multimedia Arts students.

After the demonstrations, the participants were given a task to design a poster with the … [Read more]

Nursing Students 100% All Aboard!

July 27, 2016 – Southville’s Multi-Purpose Hall was once again filled with 100 percent attendance of BSN students as the College of Nursing held its 1st BSN Lecture Series for AY 2016-2017.

The program featured a lecture presentation on the Australian model of Emergent Care of Clients with Maladaptive Behavior by guest resource speaker Ms. Jam T. Javellana, RN. Nurse Jam is a Southville-BSN alumna from Class 2010. She now works in a highly specialized unit adjunct to the state-of-the-art Emergency Department complex of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia.

The session brought awareness to the scope of … [Read more]

Southville College Kicks off with School Pride and Student Recognition

July 14, 2016 – School spirit intensified as Southville International School and Colleges launched the start of the First semester with a College General Assembly.

Students from all nine colleges flooded the Monarchs Hall to show love and rally behind their deans through the thunderous applause, cheers, flags and balloons.

To further sow seeds of inspiration among the student body, the event recognized last year’s achievers. Every college awarded their top 5 students with applause and Dean’s Lister certificates. All Dean’s Listers are then ranked, with the Top 10 brought to the stage to more applause and whistles from their … [Read more]

The Season of Giving

They say that part of Christmas is about giving gifts and spreading joy. Last December, the Psychology and Tourism students together with the faculty of Southville International School and Colleges did just that with a gift-giving program for the children of CAA.

A few weeks before the event, the students were given a wishlist with the names of the children so they will have ample time to buy presents for their chosen kid. They had the chance to be Santa Claus for a day by giving the kids the presents that they desired. Hundreds of gifts were collected, and some … [Read more]