The Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants – Southville International School and Colleges (JPIA-SISC) chapter, held its annual JPIA Night on September 6, 2018 at the Luxembourg Gym of SISC.
JPIA Night is an annual event where the Accountancy students gather for one night and celebrate each other’s hard work in the course. This year’s theme, “Starry Starry Night”, brightened up the evening along with the elegance and sophistication dresses and suits wore by the JPIANs. The celebration began with a prayer led by the President-elect, Joji Yoda which was followed by an opening remarks delivered by Dr. Victor C. Manabat, … [Read more]
Last September 7, 2018, the College Library’s IDEABOX project opened a new featured exhibit, this time by the freshmen students of the College of Nursing. This bunch of energetic students worked and conceptualized on a theme that would encompass facets and elements depicting what the BSN program at Southville was all about. The result turned out to be creative pieces of artwork made by individual students put together with the theme: College of Nursing…where learning meets life. This project-based learning activity was intended to showcase varied aspects of nursing but in the end the activity brought about genuine opportunities … [Read more]
The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) team from Grade 12 – Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) took first place in the business case presentation competition held at De La Salle University (DLSU) recently. Comprised of Sharina Ahmed, Christian Chia, Pola Cueto, Rance Llovido, Sid Espinosa, Elizabeth Burigsay and Derick Salvoro, the team presented their champion idea for sustaining and expanding a sole proprietorship business structure.
They competed against teams from other Metro Manila-based schools who participated in the Future Lasallians Camp 2018. The event was managed and organized by DLSU for senior high school students who are contemplating a … [Read more]
The SISC International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program students for Academic Year 2018 – 2019 were warmly
welcomed by the IB officers and instructors in the orientation spearheaded by SISC IB Assistant Coordinator, Ms. Armie Ababa and the IB teachers and advisers.
The students were given a glimpse of the two-year IB program, governed by the Swiss-based International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), that requires IB students to take classes in six subjects, become proficient in a second language, do volunteer work, and undertake original research that results in a 4,000-word essay. They must also satisfy rigorous assessment criteria in all IB subjects … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) thru its training center, Taylor Center for Professional Development held the 1st International Forum on Real-Life Applications for Artificial Intelligence Technology last August 23, 2018 with Dr. Florent Seichepine, Head of Research Facilities, Hamlyn Centre Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine as the international guest lecturer.
The forum highlighted practical uses of Artificial Intelligence Technologies. It also underscored the current uses of AI in addressing challenges that the world experience by defining the right direction and out-comes of AI projects.
Dr. Aris Ignacio, Dean of College of Information and Technology of SISC and … [Read more]
The Nursing Education at Southville provides a balance of strong academic rigor and fun. “We are very excited with the results of the Licensure exam. It posed for us another challenge to face. We have to step up our game in the delivery of the upcoming BSN outcomes-based curriculum, not losing sight of our core vision to develop graduates to be world-class nurses with a compassionate heart for service,” shares Dean Carmel Villegas. The Southville Nursing Class of 2018 achieved a 100% passing rate while producing three topnotchers: Laurice Sobong, Katrina Dauden and Tamam Aburayyan.
This September, apart from the … [Read more]
The SISC BSN students visited Seagulls Village in Barangay Neogan Tagaytay City, an exclusive rehabilitation facility located on the ridge overlooking the breathtaking view of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano.
This rehab facility managed by Seagulls Flight Foundation, Inc. is recognized for its Therapeutic Community (TC) treatment modality – a drug-free self-help program set within a highly structured family environment where positive peer interaction is encouraged and emphasized. Its primary goal is to foster personal growth by changing an individual’s lifestyle through a community of concerned people working together to help themselves and each other. This modality begins with the … [Read more]