Illustration by Mia Pulanco | Southville Multimedia Arts Student
Being home quarantined does not completely change our usual morning routines. We still roll out of our beds early (commitment is key), do our bathroom rituals, make an effort to look our best, and indulge in a sumptuous breakfast. Yet, we have more time to prepare. We can sing longer in the shower, girls stay longer in front of their mirrors, and it’s guaranteed that our first meal of the day is freshly made.
Illustration by Dominique Demesa | Southville Multimedia Arts Student
Feeling overwhelmed? Worried about the world outside? Trapped at home? Suffering from boredom? Think of this situation as a chance to focus on yourself, your family, and your home in ways that are precious and rare. Never had much time to work on the little big things? How was your first week? It may not be as fulfilling as how we felt outdoors but as you take a look at these opportunities amid the home quarantine, the succeeding weeks of uncertainty could still keep you learning, growing, and thriving.
Technology has been integrated into schools to aid teachers and students, which is crucial to modernizing the global learning experience. Online alternative learning methods are utilized during inevitable adversities, natural and human-caused. Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused school closures and interruption of learning worldwide as authorities work to rein in the spread of the virus. In view of this global crisis, which threatens life and the productivity of industry large and small worldwide, Southville embraces teaching efficiency, quality of student learning experience, and learning impact above par. The institution has long prepared for such circumstances and effectively implemented alternative learning technologies … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges announces a new addition to its college programs, the BS Industrial Management Engineering (IME). The institution has looked into the significance of this program that will cater to the needs of emerging companies that are highly technical in nature. Industrial Management Engineering is a high-end business program with a conjoined technical execution and business implementation ethos. In Southville, the program is tailored into a global context following the success of its CPA Boards, high TOEIC passing rates, transnational education partnerships, and the growing population of its MBA students who are mostly international industry executives. … [Read more]
Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) is a group of topnotch international academic institutions, primarily known as a “School for the Intellectually Gifted, recognized by the United States of America, Australia, and the United Kingdom. SGEN is the leader in international and transnational education in the … [Read more]
Southville College of Multimedia Arts (MMA) recently celebrated its 15th year with an alumni homecoming and the first of a series of recognitions called the Monarchs Outstanding Media Practitioner award. This year, the accolade was given to renowned Filipino film director, Jose “Joey” Javier Reyes. This aims to recognize and celebrate significant contributions in the media industry and milestones achieved by the industry’s bests. “Direk Joey has been known in the media industry as a game changer and challenger. He loves changing the landscape of the industry through his films and works of art,” shared by Ms. Kristen … [Read more]
Twelve-year-old Juan Alfonso Lobien upskilled his research inclination through the Portfolio Assessment for Southville Students (PASS) – senior high school level. His study aimed to determine the relationship between Khan Academy and Standard-Based Assessment (SBA) test result. Lobien believed that students achieve Higher Math Proficiency with the help of an online courseware such as Khan exercises according to a 2013 DOST study. Findings were based on profiling of students taking up Khan sessions in particular with mastery level and time spent alongside pre and post-test result of their SBA SAS. The study signifies success among students, teachers, and parents. Respondents … [Read more]
Southville College Division draws up the highly-anticipated International Research Conference (IRC) endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) with the theme “Thinking Globally: Sustainable Development Goals in the 4th Industrial Revolution happening on March 17-18, 2020 at Southville International School and Colleges. The conference will welcome top researchers from various colleges and universities across the globe. The event is compliant with the Department of Tourism’s call for the involvement of the country in pursuit of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations General Assembly.
As the top business school in the south, Southville International School and Colleges constantly enhances its programs and facilities that will equip students with a balanced academic and practical learning experience in line with its advocacy on financial literacy following the standards of the world’s leading stock trading capitals such as London, Singapore, and New York.
Southville has officially launched one of its prime facilities in line with its topnotch business programs preparing students in the global trading arena – the Southville Financial Lab. It features stock trading terminals and three (3) global business broadcast stations to provide students … [Read more]
“When he got back from school, he asked me if he could spend the money he got last Christmas to buy rice, medicine, diapers, milk, and canned goods,” shared the parent of five-year-old Julian Marius Hermano, a Senior Kinder student at Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) to support the school’s relief efforts for the victims of the Taal Volcano eruption.
Marius apparently ran to his mother after school to show the list of goods the school accepts for the Taal evacuees. “ Mommy, I’m going to donate some of my toys. Teacher showed us a list. The people from … [Read more]