Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) celebrates another global milestone as the only institution from the Philippines to receive the Quest for Excellence Award from the 2021 Global Performance and Excellence Award (GPEA). SISC was especially commended for two of its best practices namely the Virtual Online Learning and Teaching (VOLT) Program for e-learning, and the Southville Innovation and Risk Management Framework.
In its congratulatory letter, GPEA wrote, “We are pleased to announce that Southville International School and Colleges is one of thirteen role model organizations from six countries that are being recognized for achieving significant milestones on their business … [Read more]
Following the Quest for Excellence given by the Global Performance Excellence Program (GPEA), Southville’s Virtual Online Learning and Teaching (VOLT) program has been awarded platinum by the APQO International Best Practice (AIBP) during its conference in Australia in 2021. The AIBP is under the Asia Pacific Quality Organization (APQO) which encourages and recognizes quality professionals and organizations, domiciled in the Asia Pacific region primarily in New Zealand, bringing together professional quality organizations that border on the Pacific Ocean. Southville met the Platinum Award requirements having exemplified VOLT’s relevance, performance standards, and positive business impact in the pandemic.
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Southville celebrates its 31st Founding Anniversary as it gives birth to a new generation of technologically-savvy academicians and students in the pandemic. Amid the turn of events, Southville has consistently forged international alliances and partnerships worldwide. Concurrent with its international milestones are Southville’s perpetual efforts to ensure academic and employment opportunities as part of the institution’s resolute approaches to the crisis. The institution has ensured both livelihood and operations stability in the last two years, providing technological and financial support to staff, faculty, and students in need.
The institution actively supports the efforts of the Philippine government to recover from … [Read more]
Southville – College of Education will gather tomorrow, November 16, to discuss concerns on the alternative programs for students with special needs. The goal of the event is to spread awareness about the most effective strategies SPED educators can attain to improve their Home-School Collaboration Program. Making this event more fruitful, is a respected Special Education Teacher, Mr. Joel E. Miralles from Ladd Lane Elementary School, California USA.
The event is open to the public. For slot reservation, you may reach 825-6374 local 100 and look for Ms. Elyds Reyes or Ms. Malen Ibanez.
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The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) girl spikers retained the International Schools Activities Conference (ISAC) volleyball crown as they swept rival Cebu International School in two sets last October 17 at Brent International School – Subic. The boys volleyball team, on the other hand, placed third runner-up among six participating teams that also included Brent International School Manila, Brent International School Subic, Brent International School Baguio, British School Manila, Faith International Academy and Cebu International School.
Named to the all-star teams were team captains Josef Hojas for the boys and Kirsten Layla Del Mundo for the girls together with … [Read more]
Southville Students brought home medals from the 15th International Mathematics and Science Olympiad for Primary School Students (IMSO) held last Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 in Zhejiang, China. Ervin Joshua Bautista of Gr. 6 – Perseverance won the Philippines’ lone gold medal in Science while Kristner Sheyn Saludo of Gr. 5 – Loyalty scored a silver medal also in Science.
With the theme “Smart, Skilled, and Creative in a Joyful Competition for Excellence,” the event drew almost 400 contestants from twenty-one countries and regions including Bulgaria, South Korea, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand and host China. The contestants were asked theoretical … [Read more]
In pursuit of its advocacy to raise awareness about mental health, the Psychology Society of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), will conduct a talk on the current updates regarding suicide prevention and approaches to battling mental and emotional struggles on October 16, 2018, 1:00PM, at Luxembourg Hall.
Held in partnership with the Human Resources Society and INK Society, the event will focus particularly on STIGMA as the next battle for mental health. Featured speakers are Dr. RJ Naguit of the Youth for Mental Health Coalition (Y4MH) and Dr. Gia Sison, a leading mental health advocate. The Psychology Talk is open to … [Read more]
Students of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) received awards in the 2018 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) – Science that drew over one million student entries from more than twenty countries. Ervin Joshua Bautista of Gr. 6 – Perseverance, Robert Jeremiah Rivera of Gr. 7 – Resilience, and Gwyneth Margaux Tangog of Gr. 9 – Compassion were awarded the High Distinction Certificate for placing in the top 1% of all participants in their level. Additionally, Robert Jeremiah Rivera will be awarded a medal and a medal winner’s certificate for getting the top score of his level.
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Southville Celebrated Grandparents Day at Alabang Town Center recently. Karen Padilla-Tulfo of BSN Class 2022, shares her story of the event.
September 9 was, to put it simply, a walk to remember. The Grandparents’ Day celebration aptly titled “Heart and Sole”, was held in the Atrium of Ayala Alabang Town Center. It was well-attended by many a doting grandparent and not one frown was present in the crowd. Taking the reins of the celebration was Southville International School’s very own BS Nursing students, with their animated hosting and boundless energy, they effectively kept spirits up for the entire morning. … [Read more]
De Montfort University (DMU) in Leicester, UK, one of the partner educational institutions of Southville International School Affiliated with Foreign University (SISFU), has been named University of the Year for Social Inclusion by The Sunday Times Good University Guide.
DMU was chosen due to its diverse population and the success of its students in exams and graduate job prospects. Vice-Chancellor Professor Dominic Shellard said that the award is a recognition of DMU as an institution where all staff and students are afforded the respect, inspiration, space and support to reach their full potential.
SISFU President Dr. Melva Diamante has nothing … [Read more]