The Junior Philippine Computer Society – Southville International School and Colleges chapter (JPCS – SISC) closed the academic year with their 4th lecture series entitled: “Define your Dream” and “Are You Ready for an IT Career?” with special guest speakers Ms. Vivienne Mangalindan and Ms. Eloisa Tinio, respectively.
With the continuing success of JPCS-SISC on conducting seminars, the BS IT students gained insights on career path and practical tips on what IT industries are looking from the management’s perspective.
The event was spearheaded by BS IT Chairperson Dr. Chit Crisostomo, instructors Mr. Armando Mendoza Jr. and Mr. Ricky Adorna, and … [Read more]
AB Multimedia Arts students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) nabbed top prizes at the 26th Visual Arts Competition Photo Contest held at SM Southmall’s Event Center last February 10, 2012.
Besting several students from different schools in the South, Roel Mathew Baban (AB-MMA 3) and Encar Sarah Lopez (AB-MMA 2) won 1st and 4th places respectively with their photos following the theme “Only in the Philippines.” Baban’s winning entry is a sliced green mango while Lopez’s is a calamares (fried squid). Both photos captured the simplicity and uniqueness of two of the most popular and best-loved Pinoy street … [Read more]
The Psychology Department and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) took heed of its social responsibility by recently conducting a series of seminars to the parents of CAA day care students.
The six sessions focused on holistic development of parents through values formation, parenting communication, spiritual parenting and interpersonal relationship with the aim to make the participants more aware of their responsibilities in honing the lives of their children to become better people, and for their families to have a life of service. Workshops and activities were also conducted to maximize learning.
The said … [Read more]
Many institutions offer quality educational program for every academic need of students but there is an observable increase of awareness towards the benefits of international schools.
There are advantages perceived to be connected with enrolling in an international school and we listed some below.
Confidence and Independence
Learners’ growth and development goes alongside with self-actualization. The capacity to acknowledge up to what extent their capabilities are and confidence in applying their own knowledge on daily actions are essential factors that constitute learning. It is only through taking risks, confidence and independence are best learned.
Education recognized internationally
International school accreditations … [Read more]