17-year-old Miguel Dominico M. Alzona, a Southville homegrown student, is the first to graduate at the highest rank in his class for the Southville International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). Back in 2018, Alzona was declared as the Top Filipino Scholar at the World Scholar’s Cup – Tournament of Champions in Yale University. In the same year, he was also awarded by the New York Times for his 500-word opinion piece entitled “Africa’s Curtain Call”.
Alzona obtained 9 university acceptances worldwide for his dream profession, a Pharmaceutical Scientist. The list includes the University College London (MSci Hons), University of Toronto (with … [Read more]
On August 28, 2020, honorable Senator Pia Cayetano will be gracing us with her presence to share her insights on The Role of PE/Sports and Values Education in Nation Building via a free live webinar hosted by Southville International School and Colleges (SISC). This is open to SGEN faculty, students, parents, and stakeholders. The objective of this webinar is to advocate physical wellness amid the pandemic and camaraderie towards building a stronger, better nation. Southville commits to maintaining its community’s physical wellness to prepare the workforce, academicians, and families for the challenges of the 21st-century. Southville also … [Read more]
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) for the Academic Year 2020-2021. This upcoming school year will undoubtedly look different but we remain focused on providing our students pathways for academic success to help them reach their full potential.
SISC has a long history of online education, and we will leverage that expertise to meet the challenges posed by COVID-19. Our Virtual Online Learning and Teaching (VOLT) program is tailored for a virtual learning environment that takes full advantage of the possibilities of digital learning tools. It is not … [Read more]
To thrive in the face of adversities and face up to difficulties have had Southville weather its quest and rise above the challenges of the recent academic year – a phenomenal one. Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) delivered once again celebrating its many firsts from student achievements to institutional milestones. Approaching its 30th year anniversary, the SISC community forges a new paradigm embracing gradual transitions towards the increasing demands of global academic pursuit.
Parents, guardians, students, faculty, employees, and partners…CONGRATULATIONS! Here’s to the academic year that was, see you in our virtual doors in August!
With Germany known as the largest European economy and home to some multinational conglomerates such as Adidas and Volkswagen, a scholarship for an aspiring business major is a privilege; more so, an honor. Southville International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) graduate, Kevin Sagovac, was recently granted a scholarship from Jacobs University located in Bremen, the only English-language private school in Germany for his outstanding academic performance and other personal achievements. Sagovac feels honored to have this achievement that would help bring him towards more opportunities in the future. At Jacobs University, he will be taking a major in International Business … [Read more]
“I never imagined myself working in the government office. What inspires me to continue in this field is when I see those leaders who dedicate their lives to serving the public.”
Serving the public comes in different forms and it doesn’t require a particular profession to do so. Yet, public service also comes with a common few things – compassion, enthusiasm, and empathy. These days, we’ve heard of companies laying off employees due to the current crisis and stories of people persistently finding opportunities in the unknown — while some people have long adapted to the inevitable turn of events … [Read more]
From regular classes transitioning 100% online to virtually conducting graduation ceremonies, it’s definitely a success for Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) alongside its consistent delivery of international and quality education amid the changing seasons. With the school’s persistence to be always ahead through technological advancement, Southville students, parents, faculty, and employees have overcome the challenges of the pandemic and successfully delivered its graduating students to their final bow.
Southville is ready for AY 2020-2021 with the Virtual Online Learning (VOLT) Program. The VOLT Program has 3 types of Learning Modes namely:
With over 200 participants across Asia, the North American Invitational Model United Nations Southeast Asia (NAIMUN SEA) conference awarded 5 Southville delegates with Diplomacy Awards for their outstanding performance throughout the debates. Lester Joseph D. Buitizon (IB 2), Jules Genrev P. Catungal (11-Efficiency), Jun Yeong Park (10-Commitment), David S. Ramos (11-Innovation), and Neel Sharma (9-Compassion) were among the 15 recipients of the award. From May 28 to May 31, the Georgetown University’s International Relations Association in Washington, D.C. and Model United Nations Inc. based on Singapore hosted the conference online via ZOOM with a mix of both High School … [Read more]
To ensure continued academic excellence while students and faculty stay at home, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) is launching the Virtual Online Learning and Teaching (VOLT) for preschool, grade school, junior high school, senior high school, International Baccalaureate, college, and graduate school. Southville features a Flexible Learning Program where students may choose from.
Virtual Interactive Classes
Voluntary Parent/Guardian Participation
Blended (Basic Education) / Mixed-mode (College)
50% Online Interaction
50% Face-to-Face Interaction
Full Face-to-Face Program with Social Distancing
Limited Number of Students with SOCIAL DISTANCING … as permitted by the government
In celebration of the Philippine Independence Day, we reached out to alumni, parents, and partners making up the Southville community who are braving communal responsibilities respective of their profession and accountability. We highlight five of the key industries battling the COVID-19 pandemic as we honor our worldwide frontliners rising in the face of adversity, the pride of Southville.
Discrimination is heavily fought by practitioners in the Primary Care while people in the Public Service are on the lookout 24/7 to keep everyone provided with basic necessities indoors, ensuring safety and order in all communities. Monitoring information risk and hazard in … [Read more]