Nearly fourteen (14) years of gradual becoming armed with academic grit and distinctive grace, formerly non-English speaking student Hyo Sang Kwak recently completed her International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme with the Highest Honors at Southville International School and Colleges (SISC). Hyo Sang is a homegrown Monarch who started at junior prep. Hyo Sang is an only child and was raised in the Philippines. She is known by the nicknames “Hyo” and “4.0” (four point ohhh) referring to her GPA score. Hyo Sang impressively exemplified a Monarch’s grit and growth mindset through her impressive journey to the top rank.
Among the highlights of this academic year’s graduation ceremonies were the PIONEER GRADUATES of “THE BIG THREE” – Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Arts in Psychology (MAP), and Master in Information Technology (MIT) degrees. Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) celebrates the success of its principal masters comprising of high-profile personalities furthering their education in their respective fields. It was in academic year 2016 – 2017 when SISC officially launched these graduate programs with a roster of noteworthy instructors spearheading the classes. SISC has proven excellence in the fields of Business, Psychology, and Information Technology hence leading to … [Read more]
Five days of learning and fun activities took place in STAR Campus attended by kids ages 2 – 5 years old. The Free STAR Summer Camp provided individual and collaborative exercises focusing on a variety of motor skills covering science, arts, and reading. These age-appropriate activities allowed the students to advance their scholastic competency in preparation for the next academic year. The STAR Summer Camp apparently gratified parents as they asses their children’s readiness getting schooled. Adding to the fun was a free access to the recently opened “SGEN LEARNING VILLAGE”, an interactive learning place that caters to children aged … [Read more]
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGES (SISC) retains the Seal of Gold for
Excellence in People Management from Investors in People (IIP). SISC was
congratulated for maintaining and improving on their good leadership and
management practices that go beyond the core IIP Standard. IIP is the world’s
leading accreditation for business improvement through people management
During the assessment visit conducted on 16th
to 17th January 2019, IIP assessor Ms. Pinky Diokno noted that SISC is a school
to benchmark with in terms of developing, supporting and motivating employees.
Some of the notable strengths mentioned are how well the vision, mission, and … [Read more]
Two months left before Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) welcomes scholars from all over the Philippines for the World Scholar’s Cup Manila Round 2019 happening on July 14 – 15.
Mr. Timothy Hibbins, WSC’s representative, visited SISC to officially and personally meet the Southville – WSC varsity team, coaches, and fellow organizers. “The WSC has grown for over a decade and our plan is to continue scouting scholars all over the world and to spread celebration of learning,” shared Mr. Hibbins in an interview. Southville on the other hand has been constantly training potential students who possess the qualities … [Read more]
Extensive vocabulary, fine diction, and concise communication skills fit the bill at the international corporate world and academic affiliates. Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) hones their diverse students to become top-notch communicators both in oral and written discourse. Employees, faculty, and parents commit to the maximum progress of the students’ communication excellence solely through the English language.Thus, relevant programs for its strict pursuit have been aligned to the institution’s curriculum.
Speak English Drive (SED) is one of Southville’s major practices followed by its students and employees on campus. The English language is on top of major conversations in every … [Read more]
SISC alumnus, Jose Enrico Quinsaat, visited Southville last January 7 with a long-held collection of stamps and paper bills donated to the school’s museum. Joined by his mother, Mrs. Zeny Quinsaat, he officially turned over his collection to support the school’s mission of providing a venue to conserve artistic and historical pieces in the southern part of Metro Manila. Each of those collected stamps and paper bills tells a story as he explored different museums in foreign lands. He was impressed by the presentation in each gallery commending it as an efficient way to allow patrons to have a full … [Read more]