Southville International School and Colleges’ delegates bagged 83 GOLD and 92 SILVER medals at the 2019 World Scholar’s Cup – Tournament of Champions held in YALE UNIVERSITY besting last year’s haul of 66 GOLD and 43 SILVER medals. The tournament was participated in by close to 2,000 scholars, from 630 schools from 60 countries worldwide.
This year, there were 35 delegates who represented Southville in the Scholar’s Bowl, Scholar’s Challenge, Collaborative Writing, and Team Debate. Dalton Emanuel Mojica of the Senior Division ranked Top 26 out of the thousands of delegates to become the leading scholar from the Philippines. This … [Read more]
Parents, teachers, and students gathered at the cozy indoor activity area, Southville Munich Campus’ latest attraction alongside rooms painted anew and specially decorated for engaging events such as storytelling, parenting sessions, fairs, food bazaars, and an open house for a special celebration of the consistent home-school collaboration last October. The day’s highlight was the students from preschool to Grade 5 levels guided by their advisers and guardians as they spearhead the anti-bullying campaign themselves with their little and tiny efforts to maintain a bully-free school environment. Munich Campus has formally launched its school-wide campaign … [Read more]
The fine man from England in his signature blue top, beloved and adored by students, faculty, and employees greets everyone resounding a familiar English accent. Seventy-year-old Mr. John C. Wraith, known as Mr. Wraith, can be spotted easily at the homey aisle of Southville International Baccalaureate Department with his white curly locks and cuddly physique. No student escapes his warden-like character, as he checks on each of them like his own child when headed to their respective classes.
As a GIFTEDNESS consultant, Mr. Wraith served London, Stockholm, and Helsinki. In Philippines, his mission is to expand and … [Read more]
This coming October 25-26, 2019, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) is holding a family affair against bullying with the theme “Be a Buddy, Not a Bully!” The event will feature parenting talks on how to prevent and handle traditional and cyberbullying, storytelling sessions encouraging good conduct and moral values for students, games establishing closer bonds between parents and children, etc.
SISC is committed to providing a school setting that allows students to learn and interact in a safe, caring and affirming environment. Besides its strong implementation of effective anti-bullying measures, the school is interested in working with its communities … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) has been one with the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) in preparing students for university and life beyond through the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). For many years, SISC has been behind the global academic competence of Filipinos and foreign students residing in the country. Educators widen their teaching scope in line with the goal of this program which is to offer an intensive preparation for top learning institutions abroad. Students and educators from the IB community work together to understand the diverse landscape of the academe field through “differences” that make learning more fun … [Read more]
The 2019 Model United Nations (MUN) Locals was successfully held last September 20 to 21. Twenty-nine students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) participated comprising of new and veteran delegates for the Human Rights, EcoSoc, Security,General Assembly 1, and General Assembly 4 Councils . Among them are awardees Akisha Julianne Cu – Best Delegate from the Human Rights Council, Cuitlauzina Brianna Cerbito – Most Diplomatic Award from the Economic and Social Council, and David Jacob Ramos – Honorable Mention from the Security Council. Cu is in her last year under the International Baccalaureate Programme (IBDP) while Cerbito and Ramos … [Read more]
SISC bagged 151 GOLD, 141 SILVER, 11 TROPHIES, and SPECIAL AWARDS!
Shortly after hosting the 2019 World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) – Manila Round II, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) teamed up with WSC once again to welcome 1500+ scholars from 30 countries – this time for the Global Round. The event was held at Newport Performing Arts Theatre, Resorts World Manila from September 6 to 11, 2019.
Other Special Awards
This year, SISC sent almost thrice the number of scholars competing in both the junior and senior divisions than the previous year. The 51 scholars … [Read more]
Seven (7) high school students from SISC bagged awards in the Science Summer Camp 2019 held at the National University of Singapore (NUS) campus last July 4 – 9, 2019.
Cathryn Ciara Hernandez of IB 2 won Best Essay in her event participated in by 70 contestants from six countries while Choi Sung Min of Gr. 12 – Initiative scored as a member of the Best Team. In the Science Camp Quiz Bee, Mikaela Frias of Gr. 10 – Leadership and Kim Seung Hyun of Gr. 12 – Grit got the gold award while Daniel Dacanay of Gr. 12 – … [Read more]
“A ten-month-long, rigorous ride and myriad victorious milestones.”
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) extends its gratitude for a joint success celebrated across the campus from different divisions. It’s a variety of achievements which further strengthened its mission to produce students of holistic excellence and remarkable qualities. Let us give you a recap of what an AMAZING academic year 2018-2019 had been.
SISC is the choice of award-winning celebrities who have been juggling schedules in the field of performing arts and are still academically-driven through Southville. These Monarchs inspire the youth to have a well-rounded CHARACTER and perspective of … [Read more]
Grade 10 student Gwyneth Margaux G. Tangog marked another victory at the China Girls Mathematical Olympiad (CGMO) – her fifth international competition to date, where she earned a silver medal. The CGMO was held from August 10 to 15 in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. Prior to the competition, Gwyn spent her vacation attending summer training camps, which she found beneficial for her preparation. The CGMO apparently required a higher skill level, from which Gwyn was prompted to find more ways to “learn what she needed to learn”. For example, after the summer camps, Gwyn focused her energies on further … [Read more]