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The SGEN Learning Village Turns 1



The SGEN Learning Village Turns 1

The SGEN Learning Village (LV) couldn’t be more grateful to see its little community rapidly grow as it finally turns a year old. This learning center is located at the heart of Elizalde in Parañaque City. Launched August 18, 2018  to kids 7 and below, LV started as a playhouse which has been developed as a play school. The variety of programs it offers attracted parents and kids starting with a free play who eventually proceeded to fixed classes to advance their cognitive and emotional development. The programs are designed to prepare the youth for school and assess their coping … [Read more]

Antel Land, Southville Set to Open New Cavite School in 2020



Antel Land, Southville Set to Open New Cavite School in 2020

Antel Land and Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) signed an agreement to launch the first globally accredited international school in General Trias. This is the eighth international school to become part of the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN). 

Southville International School and Colleges is an internationally awarded education institution consistently producing students who are considered some of the best both in the Philippines and overseas. Southville has been awarded the Investors in People UK Gold award, ISO 9001:2015 certification, International Baccalaureate accreditation, Western Association of Schools and Colleges(WASC) accreditation, School of the future by DepEd, and many more. Just … [Read more]

SISC College of Nursing 1st School to Pioneer the Immersion for Clinical Advancement and Nursing Informatics



SISC College of Nursing  1st School to Pioneer the Immersion for Clinical Advancement and Nursing Informatics

July 18, 2019 Thursday six faculty members from the College of Nursing were approved to undertake an immersion program on Clinical Advancement & Nursing Informatics application in St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City, Taguig. According to the hospital team of nursing informatics specialists headed by their Associate Director, Jan Vincent Cabansag, Southville’s College of Nursing was the first academic institution that requested for an actual immersion and enhancement program in this emerging field. The St. Luke’s Informatics team speedily collaborated to create a program that would address the need for nursing faculty to learn the process and immerse in … [Read more]

BS Psychology Alumna Shines at 2019 World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA)



BS Psychology Alumna Shines at  2019 World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA)

BS Psychology alumna, Kristine Burgos bagged several awards at the 2019 World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA). Kristine aced several singing categories such as WORLD (gold), LATIN (silver), R&B/JAZZ/SOUL (silver), GOSPEL (bronze), and ROCK (bronze). Kristine auditioned in Batangas City the moment she found out about WCOPA. Eager to represent the Philippines, Kristine juggled her competition and board exam review schedules. As a psychology practitioner, Kristine shared, “ It is important to have your inner peace as an individual and it is important to be surrounded with people who encourage you to do your best.. For me, it was really [Read more]

Southville Hosts the World Scholar’s Cup – Manila Round II and is now the Official Partner School for the WSC Global Rounds



Southville Hosts the World Scholar’s Cup – Manila Round II and is now the Official Partner School for the WSC Global Rounds

26 schools from the country bet on their top contenders at the recently conducted World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) Manila Round II. The two-day event was hosted by Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) which remarkably bagged several awards in Yale at the WSC-Tournament of Champions last year. Students showcased competence in four categories such as Team Debate, Scholar’s Challenge, Scholar’s Bowl, and Collaborative Writing. 

WSC Manila Round II Point Person, Mr. Gio Pastor, shared the similarities he discovered between The World Scholar’s Cup and Southville International School and Colleges leading to the partnership of the two, “We both want our [Read more]

Bea Rodriguez on Being Raised as a Math Whiz and Her Competition Rituals



Bea Rodriguez on Being Raised as a Math Whiz and Her Competition Rituals

Southville: What makes Mathematics special to you

Bea: Math takes a special place in my heart because of all the math training I have undergone and all the math competitions I have joined. 

Southville: When did you discover your passion for Math?

Bea: I only discovered my passion for math this grade 9 when I joined different math competitions with Southville. Even though I have been joining MTAP in my old school since grade 4, it was only in Southville that I was really pushed to excel in math and that really sparked my passion and willingness to … [Read more]

Southville Unites Community Leaders Across MUNTIPARLAS



Southville Unites Community Leaders Across MUNTIPARLAS

It was an afternoon of meaningful and productive get-together where 48 community leaders from 19 villages met up close and personal leading to a constructive discussion of the issues that matter among homeowners associations. Southville International School and Colleges organized an event that will forge leadership camaraderie with the goal of building productive communities across MUNTIPARLAS. In the event “A Networking of Village Officers and Homeowners Associations”, managing challenges, best practices, and proposed collaborative projects were raised and discussed spearheaded by Dir. Tito L. Tolentino, Chairman for Environment Committee and Vice President for the BF Federation of Homeowner Association, … [Read more]

Homegrown Monarch Patricia Bata on the Value of Character Among Southville’s 5Cs



Homegrown Monarch Patricia Bata on the Value of Character Among Southville’s 5Cs

CHARACTER complements COMPETENCE. These are two of Southville’s 5Cs embodied by its students both in their academic and personal endeavors. In an international school which diverse environment plays a big role in a student’s competitive mindset, it is a test of character that will help measure one’s holistic potential.  

During the recognition day of SISC High School Division, homegrown Monarch and guest speaker Patricia Bata gratefully reminisced her competitive high school life and how it’s underlying challenges shaped her as a person. She was part of both the academic and sports varsity, member of the student council, and one of … [Read more]

From Philippines to US, Stan Rivera Attains STRAIGHT A’s Through IBDP



From Philippines to US, Stan Rivera Attains STRAIGHT A’s Through IBDP

Constantine “Stan” Rivera had his International Baccalaureate Diploma Program in Southville which apparently brought him to local and international academic competitions … with World Scholar’s Cup (WSC) – Tournament of Champions 2018  as the last yet the most prestigious competing body he has joined. The said competition was held in Yale University participated by 2,300 schools worldwide. Rivera and his team notably bagged major awards including the “Top Filipino Scholar” recognition given to his teammate. Stan’s excellent vocabulary skills, competitive nature, and promising ability to persuade are the utmost skills which qualified him as part of the SISC Academic Varsity, … [Read more]

Alumni Dr. Abbey Matibag and Aspiring Lawyer Ms. Monica Caro Inspire Graduating Monarchs of Grade School and High School Divisions



Alumni Dr. Abbey Matibag and Aspiring Lawyer Ms. Monica Caro Inspire  Graduating Monarchs of Grade School and High School Divisions

Southville graduation ceremonies are always filled with an array of achievers who exemplified  academic excellence recognized and celebrated by the school. This academic year, two exceptional homegrown Monarchs graced the event as they gave their respective messages to the graduates. One is a doctor, and the other one is an aspiring lawyer. These women have had a good scholastic foundation as Monarchs and furthered their level of excellence in their chosen fields. During the event, both expressed their gratitude to Southville and how its teachings still help them both in school, at work, and life in general. 

Dr. Abbey Geraldine … [Read more]