IN2ITION 2023, the 2nd Philippine Youth Internet Governance Forum, took place at Southville International School and Colleges, where experts and technology enthusiasts gathered to explore the future of technology and its impact on Internet governance. The event revolved around the captivating theme of “Emerging Technologies in the New Normal,” providing a platform for insightful discussions and empowering the youth to shape the digital landscape.
Led by Dr. Aris Ignacio, Dean of SISC College of Information Technology and Engineering, the forum featured a distinguished lineup of speakers who shared their expertise and insights.
Dr. Donald Patrick Lim, Chief Operating Officer of … [Read more]
Southville Business School, in collaboration with Bayan Academy of the Bank of the Philippine Islands Foundation, held the “Three 3SEED Program and Innovation Challenge” seminar and workshop last May 20, 2023. The event aimed to empower educators in the field of Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) by providing them with new creative and innovative tools for delivering entrepreneurship education and initiating social enterprise development.
The program focused on Stanford University’s Design Thinking Process and its applicability to day-to-day problem-solving and operational challenges. It received positive feedback from the attendees, who praised its comprehensiveness and relevance to their objectives. They expressed … [Read more]
Kristine Torralba of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) High School Class of 2018 recently graduated cum laude from Texas A&M International University. Throughout her educational journey, Kristine exemplified the core values instilled in her by SISC, demonstrating resilience, determination, and a passion for success.
“What I like best about Southville is that they helped me prepare for college in the United States through the 5C’s (Competence, Character, Collaboration, Creativity, and Commitment to Achieve),” said Kristine. These core values became her guiding principles in her journey to academic excellence and personal growth.
As a student of SISC’s INNOVE Homeschool program, … [Read more]
In a thrilling showcase of intellect, creativity, and innovation, students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) emerged as champions in the 2023 Youth Innovation Challenge (YIC). This event brought together brilliant young minds from across the nation to showcase their problem-solving skills and innovative thinking. Among the outstanding participants, Lovable Princess Tomaquin and Ji Hyang Lee stood out as the remarkable champions of the Interpersonal Challenge and Linguistic Challenge, respectively.
With a passion for making a positive impact on society, Lovable Princess Tomaquin, a talented student from Gr. 12 – Diplomacy, led her team to victory in the Interpersonal … [Read more]
In the realm of education, there are individuals who possess a unique ability to inspire and ignite creativity in others. One such person is Ms. Precious Daluz, a remarkable art teacher, and illustrator whose journey at Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) has been nothing short of inspiring.
Ms. Daluz’s introduction to Southville came through two co-scholars turned colleagues during her college years. Unsure of her path at the time, she was initially hesitant about pursuing a career in teaching due to her soft voice and lack of confidence. However, the moment she stepped into Southville for a demo application, … [Read more]
Coach Liza Bulay, fondly called “Coach Bu,” is not just an Instructor of Physical Education and NSTP at Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), but an inspiring educator who has dedicated 18 years to shaping future champions. Her rich background in sports, including being a former varsity player of the Women’s Basketball Team at the University of the Philippines in Diliman and a champion-maker with 26 grand championships for the high school girls’ basketball team of De La Salle Zobel School, has given her a wealth of experience and passion to bring to her role as an educator.
In an … [Read more]
Students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) won medals in various sports competitions held last weekend. Gymnast Tchelzy Mei Maayo of Gr. 5 – Trustworthiness bagged gold medals in the balance beam, vault and floor exercise, silver in the uneven bars, and the all-around Champion title in the National Capital Region Meet to qualify for the 2023 Palarong Pambansa.
Neil Gatchalian Jr. of Gr. 6 – Perseverance, meanwhile, earned a finisher medal in the 2023 YOLO Run Manila held in the heritage area of Intramuros. He joined other runners in traversing through the historic Intramuros district, as well as … [Read more]
After a three-year pandemic hiatus, the International Baccalaureate (IB) 2 Visual Arts class welcomed their audience back on campus to view their “La Loupe: Magnifying Glass” exhibit in person. The exhibition aimed to introduce the student artists in a deeper and bigger perspective through their work, just as how one uses a magnifying glass.
Family, classmates, and teachers were invited to witness the artwork made by the Visual Arts students for the past two years in the Diploma Programme. The IB student art shows in 2020, 2021, and 2022 took place virtually, with online galleries set up in place of … [Read more]
A graduate of SISC BSN Class of 2013, Karyl Gebeck, as a young and energetic nursing student showed genuine interest in volunteer work. She would go out of her way to find local organizations and groups to join, reaching out to help the poor and indigent communities all over the Philippines. She would selflessly choose to spend her school breaks not so much enjoying leisure time but instead offering to volunteer and assist in various outreach activities and medical missions. Karyl has since gone back to the US after graduating with her BSN from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) … [Read more]
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]