The Las Piñas Doctors Hospital (LPDH) has always been a “home ground” for the BS Nursing students of Southville International and Colleges, College of Nursing since 2007. Aside from being located just across the campus’ college building, LPDH is a full-service medical facility with a diverse mix of patients providing a valuable benefit for the nursing students in their related learning experience.
Merle Christina Minas, a BS Nursing student Class of 2023, claims that her initial clinical immersion at LPDH during her 2nd year in the Nursing Program had provided valuable opportunities that helped her hone her nursing skills and … [Read more]
A Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) student won the top award at the 2023 Manila VEX Robotics Competition held in person last March 1, 2023. Ethan Santos of Gr. – 4 Humility and his team won the Excellence Award in the VEX IQ Competition Elementary School event by garnering the most points in driving and programming their robot.
Santos was the lead driver of his team who will now represent the Philippines in the 2023 VEX Robotics World Championship slated May 2-4 in Dallas, Texas. It is the largest middle school and high school robotics challenge in the world, … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) is committed to developing the multiple intelligences of its students. The school believes students should explore and excel in various fields, including academics, arts, sports, business, and other related fields. To do this, SISC offers high-quality and exciting in-person enrichment courses in their Worthwhile Weekend Programs (WWP) and After School Programs.
The WWP is an excellent opportunity for students to explore their interests and develop skills outside their regular academic classes. The program offers a range of activities, from outdoor and indoor sports to music and arts, that cater to different interests and preferences. … [Read more]
Team Aldayon of Southville International School and Colleges-Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (SISC-JPIA) made it to the final round of the 6th SEED Cup, an annual group quiz bee organized by the National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants-National Capital Region (NFJPIA-NCR). Composed of Carl Jethro C. Balome, Venziel S. Pedrosa, and Vincent Oliver O. Florencio, the team was among the seven other teams named finalists in the competition.
Team Aldayon demonstrated their expertise in the six Certified Public Accountant (CPA) board exam subjects, in general information, and the history of NFJPIA-NCR. It was an opportunity for the participants … [Read more]
The Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) is adopting the Winning in the Work World (W3) Accelerator Program to equip its students with skills that will enable them to avoid work adjustment difficulties at the beginning of their careers and be visible in their workplace to conquer the working world.
W3 founders Stephen Krempl and Lau Kok Yin conducted a two-day Train the Trainers session with SGEN faculty and officers who will coach students in demonstrating the correct behavior and attitude when opportunities arise in the workplace. Given this training and support, fresh graduates of SGEN will be able to adapt … [Read more]
The Southville College Division held a Spoken Poetry Contest at the newly opened Monarchs Park in celebration of College Love Fest. Aimed to provide an avenue for students to express their talents in literary and public speaking, the contestants came from the different college programs of Southville.
Cyrille Estapia, a 3rd Year BSBA Financial Management student, was named Grand Champion of the competition followed by Julette Peque, a 3rd Year BS Information Technology student, as 1st Runner-Up and James Delgado, a 3rd Year BS Entrepreneurship student, as 2nd Runner-Up.
The contest theme revolved around things related to love such as … [Read more]
The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) College of Nursing recently renewed its partnership agreement with Asian Hospital & Medical Center which is one of the leading private tertiary hospitals in the country. The partnership involves the two organizations’ unique ‘On-boarding Immersion Program’ that provides nursing students with the Joint Commission International experience.
In the program, the students learn and immerse themselves in a hospital setting where international healthcare systems and processes for quality and patient safety standards are practiced. This is one of the many measures SISC provides toward producing world-class nurses with a heart for service.… [Read more]
An event beloved by Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) students returned to Luxembourg Campus after being held virtually in 2020, 2021, and 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. English Fortnight lined up various activities for Grades 6 – 12 students to live the language in a fun setting.
They engaged in various contests to show their competence in communicating in English while showcasing their natural talents. The festival ended with an awards ceremony in which student speakers, performers, and artists are recognized for their accomplishments. The champions in the various levels are:
Spoken Word – Sukhmeen Kaur … [Read more]
Continuing the school’s string of victories in international math contests, students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) brought home awards from the heat round of the 2022/23 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Big Bay Bei) Mathematical Olympiad. Gabriel Dino of Gr. 3 – Peace emerged as the first prize winner in his level featuring delegates from many countries around Asia.
Bagging the second prize award was Jenica Beatrice Roque of Gr. 4 – Love while Joshua Jhonsonian Brakmore-Canterbury of Gr.1 – Newton, Hyorin Lee of Gr. 4 – Hope, and Subin Cho of Gr. 5 – Honesty received the … [Read more]
The foundation of a career is essential to its success. This is true for many professions, including nursing. For Jerald “Jhay” Bartolome, his career’s foundation began here at Southville International School and Colleges – College of Nursing (SISC).
Starting his professional career at the Methodist Healthcare System, Jhay worked as a Patient Care Tech in a Cardiac Telemetry Unit while preparing for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). After passing, he became a Registered Nurse on the same unit and worked his way up from a night shift staff nurse to a day shift charge nurse. His hard work and … [Read more]