Southville College student wins in International English Speech Competition



Southville College student wins in International English Speech Competition

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Bs Psychology student Khryzelle Grace Lorilla won 2nd runner up in the recent  6th International Student English Speech Competition organized by the Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP) in partnership with Siam University in Thailand.

Two other Monarchs made it to the Top 15 namely Jomari Villacruzes of BS Nursing and  Kiel Martin Gutierrez of BS Tourism. Around three hundred students joined the annual competition that showcased the talents of students from Asia and the Pacific in organizing their thoughts, preparing their speech, and delivering it based on a given topic. … [Read more]

Super typhoon Odette victims find new homes through SGEN for Others



Super typhoon Odette victims find new homes through SGEN for Others

Families who lost their homes to super typhoon Odette in Bindoy, Negros Oriental can look forward to returning home through the generosity of Southville for Others (SFO). SFO’s “Help Rebuild a Home for Odette Victims” charity drive was able to raise almost half a million pesos which were earmarked for building better homes for the disaster victims.

Bindoy Mayor Ike Amorganda led the groundbreaking ceremony last February 28, 2022, for the housing project to be constructed through the donated funds of Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) students, parents, teachers, staff, friends, and affiliates.  Mayor Amorganda thanked SFO for the GI … [Read more]

Southville’s Artist Anonymous Holds 2022 Election Media Literacy



Southville’s Artist Anonymous Holds 2022 Election Media Literacy

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) Artists Anonymous continues the second installment of its Masterclass Series with the timely topic “Media Literacy During Elections.” With the Presidential Elections fast approaching, the webinar taught participants how to apply critical thinking to media messages before voting.

The five guest speakers were Mr. Markneel Balgos (Communications Strategist/Advocacy Projects Developer), Ms. Julienne Thesa  Baldo – Cubelo (Communication and Media Scholar),  Ms. Jean Franco (Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, UP-Diliman), Ms. Therese Gonzaga (Creative Campaign Specialist and Content [Read more]

YOUNG MONARCHS WIN AT HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE OLYMPIAD



YOUNG MONARCHS WIN  AT HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE OLYMPIAD

“It is with great joy to see our students achieving in the various fields of sciences. I am overjoyed with our students’ success. They have achieved so much at such a young age and with their growth mindset and grit, they are bound to achieve more,” says Teacher Sheryl Manalo, Southville Grade School Deputy Principal in the recent wins of several Grade School Students in the Hong Kong International Science Olympiad (HKISO). Close to 500 students from all over the world joined the HKISO where they competed in various categories in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, & Integrated Sciences.

Ten young monarchs … [Read more]

Southville requires a certain English proficiency score before college graduation



Southville requires a certain English proficiency score before college graduation

To ensure that students’ communication skills are at par with international standards and industry requirements, Southville International School and Colleges requires all college seniors to earn a minimum score in the Test of English in International Communication (TOEIC) before getting their diploma. Graduating college students have required a TOEIC score of at least 785, or B2 Level on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, to be awarded their degree.

A TOEIC score of 785 shows that a student can use English in the workplace, enhancing his or her credentials for future job prospects. Graduates with a level of … [Read more]

International Baccalaureate students launch Art Exhibit 2022: #equalityIB



International Baccalaureate students launch Art Exhibit 2022: #equalityIB

Experience of gender inequality is an issue that plagues society, continuously restricting and hindering others from attaining their full potential. Efforts to bring awareness to this long-standing issue have reached the youth who no longer tolerate it, and hence, stand up against it.

Southville International School and Colleges’ International Baccalaureate (IB) students have made the initiative to launch their own Art Exhibit this 2022 with the theme #equalityIB. It has two main goals in mind: help raise awareness about inequalities going on in the community & use creativity as a means to express and deliver the message of gender inequality [Read more]

New Home, New Hope for Typhoon Odette Victims



New Home, New Hope for Typhoon Odette Victims

What Southville saw as the greatest need of Typhoon Odette victims is a home.

The Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) mobilizes once again its Southville for Others (SFO) Program to help rebuild a community in Bindoy, Negros Occidental devastated by super typhoon Odette. The SFO donation drive Help Rebuild a Home for Typhoon Odette Victims raised close to half a million pesos to purchase construction materials needed by affected families in Barangay Ilaya of the said town. 

SFO representatives on the ground reported, “The sight we saw was very grave. It was heart-wrenching to see residents stand on a spot [Read more]

DepEd Endorses Southville Basic Education Limited Face-to-Face Classes



<strong>DepEd Endorses Southville Basic Education Limited Face-to-Face Classes</strong>

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) – Basic Education is honored to receive the approval from the Department of Education (DepEd) for the resumption of its face-to-face classes. Program levels grades 1, 2, 3,  12, and  the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) 2 have been preparing for its anticipated return to campus. 

During the application in 2021, DepEd issued the School Safety Assessment Tool (SSAT), initially issued as School Readiness Checklist in 2022,to assess the readiness of schools to participate in the conduct of the pilot implementation of face-to-face learning modality. Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) – Basic Education  … [Read more]

Southville ‘TOPS’ Scholarship: Now Accepting Applicants



Southville ‘TOPS’ Scholarship: Now Accepting Applicants

The search for the 2022 Top Outstanding Performing Student (TOPS) is on!

Scholarship grants await graduating grade 12 students from public and private schools for the Academic Year 2022-2023 as Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) and South SEED-LPDH College launch this year’s search for the Top Outstanding Performing Students (TOPS). 

Aspirants are assessed based on their academic performances and general student profiles that must exemplify the school’s core values, the 5 Cs – Competence, Character, Commitment to Achieve, Collaboration, and Creativity. To date, Southville has graduated more than 200 hundred TOPS Awardees who were given scholarships and are now … [Read more]

Basic Ed Landslide Wins Abroad



Basic Ed Landslide Wins Abroad

Senior Earns Recognition in Global Short Story Contests

A Grade 12 student from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) was selected as one of the winners at the recently concluded Future Folklore: Climate Fiction Contest conducted by the U.S.-based Stories to Change the World Publishing. Io Carpiso’s short story entitled Bayanihan in Redux is one of the ten Special Selection awardees out of 204 entries. The speculative fiction contest imagines a world where climate change initiatives have been set in motion to respond to the climate crisis. Carpiso’s story was chosen for its creativity and writing strength, and will be … [Read more]