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Have Fun: Winwyn Marquez's advice to ISAC 2017 athletes



Long before she was crowned Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas 2017, Teresita Ssen "Winwyn" Marquez was Southville International School and Colleges' volleyball superstar in International Schools Activities Conference for three years. From 2006 to 2008, Winwyn led her team to numerous good plays and successful wins. This year, she came back to Southville's Pep Rally to support the new athletes playing in the ISAC.

"Always laugh. You have to have fun in the court. Just like when you are performing on stage, the more conscious you are, the more mistakes you make. So have fun, laugh, get along with your teammates, be a team. One team," advised Winwyn Marquez to the Southville athletes.

The International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) sports competition is a senior sports tournament that provides a structured framework for competition between the international schools in the Philippines.

This year, Southville International School and Colleges is hosting the International Schools Athletics Conference Volleyball Season from October 18-22, 2017. Founded in 1990 as a school for the gifted, Southville has made a commitment to develop learners whose knowledge and talent exceeds that of their peers in fields of academics, arts, performing arts, and sports. Southville students are given special enrichment lessons in critical thinking/analysis, productivity, diligence, multiple intelligence, collaboration, and emotional intelligence. By taking on challenging tasks and activities, students get to enhance their higher-order thinking skills, leadership ability, productivity and self-directedness, intra/interpersonal sensitivity and creativity.