The various ways individuals attain education through the years have inspired today’s well-developed strategies and systems to aid different learning styles and preferences. As there are students who still choose traditional schooling, the versatile features of technology provided opportunities for people to vary their daily routines while studying, making it possible at any time and place. For many years, Southville has been graduating students who have successfully completed their academic studies while chasing their passions in other fields – celebrated athletes and artists to name a few. All of them would mention program flexibility in their search for the right … [Read more]
Welcome to Southville International School and Colleges, College Division, the youngest institution to be granted “AUTONOMOUS Status” by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
Home to Highest BOARD Topnotchers, South of Manila!
In A.Y. 2018-2019, SISC continuously celebrated milestones and recognitions attained by students and faculty members across the College Division. The College of Nursing marked 100% board passing rate for five consecutive years producing (3) Top Notchers – Laurice Sobong with a rating of 85.8%, Katrina Dauden who achieved 85.6%, and Tamam Abu Rayyan with 85.4%. In 2016, Jasmine Celina Lazaro placed ninth. In 2015, John Anthony Ngo received … [Read more]
SISC President Jocelyn Tizon (center) signed a memorandum of agreement with officials of the Center for Global Excellence to open a satellite campus in the United Arab Emirates.
The global expansion of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) is on! SISC will become the first Philippine academic institution to establish a campus in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with the opening of its doors to college students in September 2021. Known as Southville RAK, the international college run by Filipinos for Filipinos is located in the heart of the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah and will offer both undergraduate and … [Read more]
“How far can a child go when the people around him are supportive and caring?” – Ms. Mersheil Balela, one of Gen Mark’s advisers.
Families choose international education for various reasons: global competency, higher salary, and better employment opportunities, among others. For some parents though, it is simply for their children to excel in English. Southville alumnus Gen Mark Tanno needed no other reason to join Southville than the opportunity to gain fluency in English. For an international school like Southville, this popular language, the global language of business and trade, has assisted people from different walks of life in … [Read more]
Language can be learned but will and determination cannot. It has to come from the heart. It has to be natural.
The world was all ears to Teresita Senn “Winwyn” Marquez at the 2017 Reina HispanoAmericana Coronation Night. For a woman who wears many hats, dubbed as multi-achiever, and consistently reaching the top rank in various fields, let’s get to know this homegrown Southville alumna.
“Determination has to be natural,” indeed, for Winwyn who is determined to explore her opportunities be it for leisure or work. Having joined Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) at the age of five, she … [Read more]
“I always passed by Southville back when I was in high school. I have to admit that the achievements posted were very impressive so I became curious about how competitive the school was.”
Over concrete directions, at times, it is the random paths we take that bring us to destinations that profoundly change the course of our lives. Southville Alumna, Camille Matias, had her life changed by simply taking a route to high school each day where she would pass by the campuses of Southville. With that one simple decision to join Southville, her life has become so much more … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (November 19, 2020)- SISC hosted a webinar as part of the College of Information Technology’s annual In2ition event that aims to educate various groups from students, professionals, and households on the growing demand of Artificial Intelligence in today’s world. It was conducted for the first time in a virtual environment with the topic “International Forum on Real-life Applications of AI Technology” with two special guests ; 2020 National Chairman of Mechatronics and Robotics Society of The Philippines (MRSP) Engr Franklin D. Quiachon and Consultant of cWork Microjob Ltd Shah Zahidur Rahman.
The first part … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (November 6, 2020)- Southville international School and Colleges will host a Webinar called Switch On on November 13, 2020 at 2:30 am which will focus on health and wellness. Former Philippine Azkals and Loyola Meralco Sparks player, Mr. Simon Greatwich, will be sharing his experiences and insights on the topic. Coach Rory Mansbridge, Southville Football Senior Coach, member of the Philippine Beach Football National Team, and former captain of Union International Manila, will be the moderator of the webinar, Our own varsity and PE heads will be sharing some insights on how to be active … [Read more]
The Junior Tourism and Hospitality Management Association of the Philippines (JTHMAP) has appointed BS Tourism Students Erolf Jolo De Guzman Feliciano as CHAIR (National) and Maryneilla G. Caramoan as SECRETARY (Regional) joining tourism and hospitality student leaders in the Philippines this year. Southville Institute of Tourism (SIT) celebrates this milestone where both of its students take the leadership position for a national organization across the country. JTHMAP aims to develop leadership opportunities, student engagement, conduct academic activities that will boost the learning and appreciation of tourism and hospitality disciplines and to uphold significant local industry practices in the global platform. … [Read more]
Families’ transition to online learning has been quite a challenge but multiply it by two, three or more kids and it can be overwhelming. Not for the Hernandez Family who created a school-like set-up at home for siblings Kylie (preschool), Zoei (grade school), and Sophie (high school) while their parents attend to their full-time jobs.
Sophie wakes up the earliest to do physical training as an athlete, followed by Zoei, and then Kylie. The girls do their morning grooming routine, have breakfast, and proceed to their respective classrooms in the house as the school day begins. Kylie’s preschool classroom is … [Read more]