The P.A.S.S. or Portfolio Assessment for Students of Southville International School and Colleges. Research Program teaches the graduating students the value of scientific inquiry and advancement of knowledge. It provides them opportunities to demonstrate the various competencies they acquired in the different subject areas like English (writing and organization), Science (investigatory projects/experimental research), Mathematics (statistics/graphs), and History (historical analysis and perspective).
Graduating students in High School and Grade School are now very busy with their PASS research.
Below are some of the experimental research topics of Grade 6 graduating students:
• Sean Gutierrez – “Citronella and Citriodol in Fabric … [Read more]
English Language Teachers from the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Israel met in Hanoi for the six-day Propell Teacher Workshops in the various components of the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC). Jennifer Sakano and Elizabeth Park, Assessment and Program directors respectively of the Educational Testing Service (ETS) flew in from Princeton, New Jersey to conduct the workshop in the posh Pullman Hotel.
SOUTHVILLE LED THE PHILIPPINE DELEGATES
The Philippine contingent made up of Language teachers from Southville International School and Colleges, Lyceum of the Philippines (Batangas, Cavite and Laguna), Mapua Institute of Technology and De La Salle University … [Read more]
Angelique Marie Perez of R.E.D. (Reaching Excellence through Development) won as President in the recently held Supreme Student Council Election. Joining her are Joylene Frivaldo – Vice-President for Activities, Joenna Morales- Secretary, Mary Collen Oquendo – Treasurer, and Sheina May Lagumbay – P.R.O. On the other hand, Eanna Irabangon and Rafael Allen Perez of A.L.A.S. (Alliance of Leaders Aiming for Success) won as Vice President for Academics and Secretary-General respectively.
The students conducted an online election via Moodle. Ms. Antonette Ramos, StudentAffairs Coordinator for College said, “With the help of Southville’s MIS (Management Information System), we were able … [Read more]
Eight students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) were among those who received their Duke of Edinburgh (DoE) Awards. Sofia Angela Aquino, Julia Hong, Kim Ye In, Christina Meneses, Rae Ann Tamayo, Maria Joan Wilson, Isabelle Young and Baeg Yuna received their Bronze Award from the Head of Mission of the British Embassy to the Philippines, Mr. Trevor Lewis, in recognition of their outstanding success in educational activities and community services.
Founded by Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, in 1963, the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is the world’s leading youth achievement award operating in over 140 … [Read more]
As school year 2015-2016 opened, the Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) family welcomed the new students and their parents to the New Students and Parents Orientation. After the general orientation, a breakout period with the respective colleges was held to give each college an opportunity to welcome their new family members.
The College of Psychology headed by its chairperson, Mr. Ruel A Cajili, together with the Psychology Society Officers held the orientation at the Psychology Lab of the College Building. Mr. Cajili presented the institution’s Vision-Mission, rules and regulation, the new curriculum, and the achievements of the College … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) partners with Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC), one of Korea’s biggest broadcasting networks, to host the 2012 English as a Second Language (ESL) Global Camp. The ESL Global Camp spearheaded by MBC is conducted simultaneously in other countries such as the United States, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, and Singapore.
More than ninety Korean students from Grade School to High School are currently attending ESL classes in SISC to hone their written and verbal English communication skills while interacting with other fellow delegates and learning more about the Philippine culture. The program will run from … [Read more]
Dr. Genevieve Ledesma-Tan, Chief Executive Mentor of Southville Global Education Network and Lee Gyeyoung, President of Dongguk University, signed a memorandum of understanding in Southville International School and Colleges, Las Piñas City recently.
In the memorandum, it was agreed upon that Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) composed of seven educational institutions – Southville Foreign University, Southville International School and Colleges, South Mansfield College, Stonyhurst Southville School Batangas City, Stonyhurst Southville International School Lipa City, South SEED – LPDH College, and SEED Academy and, Dongguk University, Gyeongju, Republic of Korea will establish programs of collaboration in areas of mutual interest … [Read more]
For 25 years, Southville International School and Colleges has proven its steadfast commitment in providing the highest quality standards of international education to its learners. In line with its strong vision to produce globally competitive achievers and movers of society who will make a difference in the 21st century and beyond, SISC is very proud to announce that it is now offering Graduate Studies Program that are structured to provide advanced professional studies for learners and professionals; ensuring continuity of their strong academic and holistic edge and gearing them for the most sought-after global professions of today.
The Graduate courses … [Read more]
BS Tourism graduate Gylliane Canseco is a candidate to be the People’s Choice Winner in the 10th Las Piñas Waterlily Festival. As one family, let us show our support for Gylliane! To vote for her, please follow the directions below:
1. Like the Villar SIPAG page.
2. Go to the Ms. Las Piñas Waterlily 2015 Photo Album. Choose Gylliane’s photo (12th) then Like and Share.
The candidate with the most Likes and Shares wins.
Voting ends at 5:00 p.m. on July 30, 2015.
The finals of the Ms. Las Piñas Waterlily 2015 pageant is on July 25, 4:00 p.m. at … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges IB students joined the Global Issues Network Manila (GINila) Conference last September 5-6, 2014. The GIN is an international student network that strives to empower students to address global issues within their sphere of influence through community service and action. The conference focused on four global issues; poverty, education for all, biodiversity losses, and disaster mitigation.
Clarice Meneses (IB 2 student) spoke of her experience saying, “GINila was amazing. I came here expecting a simple solution factory that was completely theoretical and ended up with a completely new experience. I loved how GIN not only … [Read more]