Southville runs Storytelling for Preschool at Fully Booked

Southville runs Storytelling for Preschool at Fully Booked

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) conducted a Storytelling for Preschool at Fully Booked Alabang Town Center last September 26, 2015. Teachers from the STAR campus were the storytellers, reading three stories to enthusiastic preschoolers. In between tales, the teachers asked thought-provoking questions and taught fun action songs. To cap off the storytelling activity, the teachers and participants posed for a photo opportunity.… [Read more]

Seminar on Compensation and Benefits Management in Schools

 

The Asian Association of School HRMD Practitioners, Inc. (AASHPI),  a premier human resource organization for schools, will have a learning session entitled “Latest Trends in Compensation and Benefits Management in Schools and Sharing of 2011 Compensation and Benefits Survey in Schools in the Philippines.”

HR practitioners, school administrators, principals, school owners, and accountants are invited to attend the seminar on April 11, 2012, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at Southville International School and Colleges, 1281 Tropical Ave. cor. Luxembourg St., BF Homes International, Las Piñas City.

Learn more about the current trends in human resource management and compensation … [Read more]

Svetlana Riguera is the Champion of the 2015 International Writing Competition

 

Svetlana Riguera (IB-1) of Southville International School and Colleges emerged as the champion in the secondary school category of the International New York Times (INYT) Writing Competition 2015. The participants were asked to write an article on the topic of global education and the entries were judged by INYT’s award-winning newsroom.

The INYT Writing Competition began in 2009 in Hong Kong as part of INYT’s InEducation program, which encourages students to engage with current affairs and become globally-minded by reading the daily newspaper. In 2015, the competition was expanded to include all of Asia.

Over two hundred entries from … [Read more]

SISC Manages South SEED-LPDH College

 

Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) opens a new school with Las Piñas Doctors Hospital (LPDH) named South SEED-LPDH College (SSLC) in June 2010.  The initial course offerings of LPDH are the following allied health courses:

♦ BS Medical Technology

♦ BS Radiologic Technology

♦ BS Pharmacy

♦ BS Midwifery (ladderized)

With its excellent track record in the College of Nursing specifically maintaining a consistent high passing rate in the Board Exams for Nurses, SISC has been unanimously chosen to manage SSLC.

Among the courses being offered, Med Tech and Pharmacy could serve as Pre Medical course.  In terms … [Read more]

Southville Graduates Join Top Schools Abroad

 

With its commitment to developing and equipping lifelong learners to be globally competitive, Southville International School and Colleges is very proud to announce that some graduates of Basic Education Class 2016 will be joining the most esteemed universities around the globe such as the Imperial College London, University of Leeds, University of Bristol, and University of Sheffield in England.

A number of Southville graduates are also accepted in Georgia Institute of Technology, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), University of California, Irvine (UCI), University of California, San Diego (UCSD), University of Michigan, Purdue University, Duke University, University of San … [Read more]

Verniece Enciso Nails a Fashion Title

After the skating rinks, she’s now conquering the runway.

Verniece Enciso, a champion skater, found another love and source of achievements: modeling. She was named Female Model of the Year in Ateneo de Manila University’s Mirage Fashion Show last January 29, 2011. Almost a hundred hopefuls auditioned but only twenty fresh faces made it to the finals. The event is an annual fashion show for high school students.

Sparking the ramp with her sweet smiles and fabulous outfits, Verniece bested students coming from International Christian Academy, Poveda, St. Paul and Miriam College. She won a one-year modeling contract from the … [Read more]

Southville Global Village goes to Palawan

Go away into a journey of true magnificence and adventure in the Global Village Program – Palawan Tour on April 22 – 24, 2013 for Grade 5 to Grade 12 students. Discover Palawan’s unhurried and largely undiscovered charm with a tour package that includes:

• A Puerto Princesa City Tour
• Honda Bay Island Hopping
• Puerto Princesa Subterranean River
• National Park/ Puerto Princess
• Underground River Tour

The Global Village Program is a unique, personal,and inter-cultural learning experience provided by SISC to its students. The travel program gives participants learning experiences they cannot acquire in the classroom as … [Read more]

Former Southville Teacher is a nominee for Outstanding Principal in the USA

Former Southville Subject Area Head in the late 1990s, Dr. Edgar Tibayan, has been selected as a regional Outstanding Principal that qualifies him as a finalist to compete for the title of Outstanding Principal of the Year in Texas, USA. At present, Dr. Tibayan is the Principal of Lucy Rede Franco Middle School in Texas since 2011. He will represent Region 18 in the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) competition.

Dr. Tibayan attended Cavite State University where he graduated with Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture major in Education and minor in Economics. He obtained his Master of Arts in … [Read more]

Southville Student Wins Bronze in International Math Contest

Southville Student Wins Bronze in International Math Contest

Gwyneth Margaux Tangog of Grade 7 – Resilience made the country and Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) proud by bringing home a bronze medal after competing in the 12th International Mathematics Competition (IMC) held in Singapore last July 29 – August 1, 2016. As part of the Philippine team, Gwyneth competed with other math whizzes from Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Iran, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, India, and Myanmar.

Gwyneth had to answer multiple choice, fill in the blanks, and problem solving questions in ninety minutes to gauge her mathematical ability. She qualified for the international competition upon … [Read more]

College Students Commit to 5Cs of Success in Convocation

The 5Cs (Competence, Character, Collaboration, Commitment to Achieve and Creativity) Convocation was held last July 24, 2011 at Luxembourg Gym with the theme “5Cs in Action”. It was attended by about 200 students from the IC 1 – SISC Hallmarks and NSTP 1 classes.

 

Dr. Virginia Caneo, Dean of General Education, welcomed the participants and shared the importance of the 5Cs in enjoying and enhancing college life. Dr. Marl Ferenal, SISC President, gave inspiring thoughts about the relevance of the 5Cs in attaining success. Ms. Marie Vic Suarez, Basic Education Principal, shared the “10 Lessons We Learned from the … [Read more]