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Make Your Weekends Worthwhile at Southville



Make Your Weekends Worthwhile at Southville

The Worthwhile Weekend Program is Southville International School and Colleges’ offering for students and other interested parties who may want to put their Saturdays into good use by learning new skills or knowledge in fun and interesting ways.

In the Performing Arts, the classes offered are Ballet in partnership with ACTS Manila. For the sports minded, there are classes in Karate, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, and Arnis.

For details, call Karen Leyson or Elydia Reyes at 825-6374 loc 100 or 0917 853 2450, or email us at pr@southville.edu.ph.… [Read more]

Southville Business High School Students Win in Business Competition



Southville Business High School Students Win in Business Competition

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) recenlty. Comprised of Sharina Ahmed, Christian Chia, Pola Cueto, Rance Llovido, Sid Espinosa, Elizabeth Burigsay and Derick Salvoro, the team presented their winning 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]

Southville International Baccalaureate classes start



Southville International Baccalaureate classes start

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]