The various ways individuals attain education through the years have inspired today’s well-developed strategies and systems to aid different learning styles and preferences. As there are students who still choose traditional schooling, the versatile features of technology provided opportunities for people to vary their daily routines while studying, making it possible at any time and place. For many years, Southville has been graduating students who have successfully completed their academic studies while chasing their passions in other fields – celebrated athletes and artists to name a few. All of them would mention program flexibility in their search for the right school. Southville’s growing family of student ambassadors recently welcomed three more student-celebrities to pursue higher education – Julia Montes, Nash Aguas, and Mika Dela Cruz joining Jodi Sta. Maria, Liza Soberano, Winwyn Marquez, Gabbi Garcia, Khalil Ramos, and Heaven Peralejo. Mika, Nash, and Julia who are known as the country’s premier child actors rose to fame from the long-time running Philippine sketch comedy program Goin’ Bulilit, they are now much more grown up, embracing a new chapter at Southville International School and Colleges (SISC).
Southville is honored to take part in the scholastic pursuit of its student ambassadors who are setting the bar high for being multi achievers. Jodi Sta. Maria,Liza Soberano, Gabbi Garcia, Khalil Ramos, and Heaven Peralejo, among the rest of the schools’ student-celebrities apparently made an impact on Nash Aguas, Mika Dela Cruz, and Julia Montes who have been longing to make time for their studies even before the pandemic. Their line of work may have introduced them early in life to homeschooling, a specialized program for parents and students who cannot do the traditional learning route, yet Southville offered them a curriculum that’s crafted based on their particular interest , learning style, and intellectuality which makes going back to school more of an adventure than a prerequisite of life.