Southville celebrates another global milestone as the only institution from the Philippines and the only recipient of the Quest for Excellence award from the Global Performance and Excellence Award (GPEA) , 2021 – a formal international recognition of performance and business excellence which is an increasingly important tool in competitiveness towards global business success and sustainability.
The GPEA wrote, “We are pleased to announce that thirteen role model organizations from six countries are being recognized for achieving significant milestones on their business excellence journey. They have demonstrated commendable to world class performance required of the three categories of the APQO … [Read more]
The Southville Virtual Online Learning and Teaching (VOLT) Program has made a significant impact in the academic year 2020-2021. As it reflects the school’s 5Cs Curriculum which stands for Competence, Character, Collaboration, Commitment to Achieve and Creativity, it has provided students with a meaningful, rigorous, and relevant virtual online education anchored on international standards, and supported by heavy investments in technological infrastructure and the professional development of faculty and staff. Southville is one of the most prepared institutions in the Philippines for digital learning having continually used online learning tools since 2010.
The only Philippine Team finalist made up by Southville BS Entrepreneurship students recently won at the ProVeg International , a non-governmental organization that originated from Germany with four country offices respectively in Poland, Spain, and the United Kingdom. It aims to address dietary campaigns to prevent the increasing number of serious health issues such as cancer and heart diseases through innovating plant-based products. This year, ProVed Asia launched the very first ProVeg Food Innovation Challenge that welcomed pioneer participants from all over the world including Southville’s very own, Keessy Almazan, Nadine Magnaye, and Venus Rubia who finished 3rd Place among … [Read more]
Could you recall a moment when your father’s military success made an impact on your life?
I remember when I was young, I wouldn’t always see my dad. So whenever I was with him, I would see how great of a leader he was – being a strict father which was a given, there I knew that he was a great military leader. This was also confirmed by his subordinates that would always tell me that my father was a great mentor who had the purest intentions in all that he did.
2Lt. Jan Hernan R. Perez, affectionately known … [Read more]
What makes an AMAZING teacher? Answers definitely vary. In Southville, one amazing woman takes on its epitomical qualities through her shared experiences and mastery of life in personal, academic, and professional aspects. Here is a life spent in school corridors and still a continued daily routine navigating classrooms and halls featuring Dr. Conchita Camba Crisostomo, affectionately known as Dr. Chit who has been graduating students of diverse ages ever since she got into the academe field.
Women are mostly represented in the teaching profession across all levels primarily due to their caring attitude and Dr. Chit had a clear vision … [Read more]
Undeterred by the pandemic and lagging industries worldwide, Southville has been successfully moving forward and has welcomed the first quarter of 2021 with stamps of excellence from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC-USA), International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and the Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP). Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) celebrates a successful summer visit, maintained certification, and new membership respectively attained in the global arena. The institution has been a familiar name to local and international accrediting bodies and associations recognizing its reputable image as an international school. It offers a wide-array … [Read more]
International curriculum is what I want for my kids because it’s an opportunity that I never had when I was young.
Southville celebrity parent Mr. Andrew E has always dreamed of putting his children into an international school for the main reason of setting the best starting point in their lives.
As someone who came from a poor family, he took this experience as an inspiration to better himself as a person and eventually as a husband and father. Andrew E knew right away that to achieve this, he had to be serious about the way he viewed the value … [Read more]
The seemingly unceasing pandemic has forced all of us to confront a new and frightening reality. It is every person’s responsibility to turn it into an opportunity.
COVID-19 has left everyone reeling from its unending crises, but we can reclaim a sense of normalcy in some healthy ways that can also help to overcome today’s myriad challenges. Honorable Senator Pia Schramm Cayetano – a mother, lawyer, and triathlete hosted alongside Southville International School and Colleges an impactful webinar on the Role of Physical Education, Sports, and Values Education in Community and Nation-building. The Senator started the session by encouraging people … [Read more]
While some Filipinos go abroad to further their studies, there is one family who returned to the Philippines expecting to get a world-class, relevant, and excellent education. After all, if expatriates and missionaries can entrust their children’s schooling to the Philippine educational system, why can’t balikbayans do the same in the comfort of their homeland?
“Upon arriving in Southville I had my doubts; doubts about moving to a foreign country, going to school all over again, the safety of my family and just starting over. As terrifying a decision as it was, my wife and I decided to take the … [Read more]
Two competitive delegates from Southville International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme Division hold firm of the Top 1 Filipino Scholar spot at the World Scholar’s Cup in Yale University. Just last year, Miguel Dominico Alzona was the first to receive the said award from Southville delegation. This year, Dalton Mojica secured the same title besting Filipino delegates who also joined in the tournament. Mojica exceeded the expected level of performance by obtaining the most number of medals and trophies as a new member of the Southville delegation – from Manila Rounds, Global Rounds, and the Tournament of Champions.