Southville Receives 175 Medals at World Scholar’s Cup in YALE

Southville Receives 175 Medals at World Scholar’s Cup in YALE

Southville International School and Colleges’ delegates bagged 83 GOLD and 92 SILVER medals at the 2019 World Scholar’s Cup – Tournament of Champions held in YALE UNIVERSITY besting last year’s haul of 66 GOLD and 43 SILVER medals. The tournament was participated in by close to 2,000 scholars, from 630 schools from 60 countries worldwide. 

This year, there were 35 delegates who represented Southville in the Scholar’s Bowl, Scholar’s Challenge, Collaborative Writing, and Team Debate. Dalton Emanuel Mojica of the Senior Division ranked Top 26 out of the thousands of delegates to become the leading scholar from the Philippines.  This is Southville’s second year at the said tournament. 

This year’s delegation is composed of 

Junyeong Park

Io Carpiso

Emiliani Theres Cutillar

Tyrulf Constantine Ekberg

Jaeda Johnson

Chelcy Meneses

Rueben Byron Maat

Miguel Garcia

Seonghyeok Baek

Misaki Motohashi

Zoe Patricia Gesmundo

Julienne Gayle Peñalosa

Dalton Emanuel Mojica

Alexandra Marie Morelos

Julianna Marcela Dichosa

Demmetria Samantha Ortiz

Stefano Crispino De Castro

Dai Ho Kim

Sung Eun Lee

Robert Jeremiah Rivera

Angelique Joy Delgado

Rovan Suresh

Princess Dayan Sabal

Maxine Erica Santos

Neel Sharma

Mikhail Astin Alzona

Inigo Miguel Hernandez

Paolo Lorenzo Tugas

Josef Mari Aliel Dator

Samantha Tricia Lobien

Juan Alfonso Lobien

Beatriz Lucia Rodriguez

Brielle Rodriguez

Andrea Beatrice Caeg

“We are in awe  of the achievements of our students. The team’s winning is a testament of how our 5C’s Core Values- Character, Commitment to Achieve, Competence, Collaboration and Creativity, – come into play as our students excel not only in local but also in global competitions. Kudos also to our teachers who served as their mentors and to our parents who have believed in our thrust as an institution,” shares Ms. Marie Vic Suarez, Principal.  

The World Scholar’s Cup aims to provide a different taste of academic competitions and conferences; a celebration of the joy of learning, a tournament as rewarding for the team that came in last as the team that came in first, and an enrichment opportunity that motivated students not just to demonstrate their existing strengths but to discover new ones.

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