Students from Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) were recognized at the annual International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) held November of this year. Gwyneth Margaux Tangog (Grade 9), Ervin Joshua Bautista(Grade 6), and Jeremiah Rivera (Grade 7) respectively received High Distinction Certificates for Science, English, and Mathematics. SISC’s Basic Education Department adheres to its promise of providing excellence in the academic development of its students conforming to the standards of the western curriculum.
Monarchs constantly project supreme intelligence in local and international academic competitions, recognizing Southville as a top-ranked international school in the Philippines. Recently, Southville’s … [Read more]
Eighteen student delegates, forty-three SILVER medals, sixty-six GOLD medals, one TROPHY… Monarchs showcased Southville’s intellectual supremacy during their debut competition at the World Scholar’s Cup – Tournament of Champions last November 16-21 at Yale University.
Cuitlauzina Brianna Cerbito, Akisha Julianne Cu, Renz Leobert del Rosario and Miguel Dominico Alzona made it to the list of Top 100 Champion Scholars awarded at the said competition where ALZONA and DEL ROSARIO were proclaimed Philippines’ Rank 1 and 2 respectively.
Southville’s commitment to its international character has been witnessed by global academic fellows through a powerhouse team:
Robert Constantine … [Read more]
Our homegrown monarch is set to study abroad at one of the world’s top-ranking universities, King’s College London in January 2019.
In 2016, Isabelle Young graduated at the top of her International Baccalaureate (IB) Class. Having taken IB Biology at Higher Level fostered her interest in the natural science, which only deepened at the university.
Currently in her third year at Emory University, Isabelle is majoring in Biology. She assists in a research laboratory in the Biochemistry Department at the Emory School of Medicine. Outside of research, she is an Executive Board Member of the Asian Student Organization, a Chair … [Read more]
Dr. Simon Hill, De Monfort University’s Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader, Leicester UK, shared his expertise on Humanitarian Engineering and Entrepreneurship during his visit to Southville on Friday, November 16.
Dr. Hill emphasized that many of today’s most successful entrepreneurs combine an engineering background with an entrepreneurial mindset, noting figures like Mark Zuckerburg, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos. With the world-shaping impact, these titans have reinvented the entire business industry. The potential for true success lies in their technical competency, creativity, independence, leadership, low risk-aversion, and drive to achieve. Among Southville’s 5Cs is “Commitment to Achieve”, imbuing graduates with skills, … [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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Company member Pam Buot and aspirants Clare Egalla, Pia Mercado and Reese Suarez, who started ballet training at ACTS Manila – Southville under the supervision of Director Jan Manlapig, made it to the roster of the ballet show Narratives in Motion staged last November 4, 2018, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Main Theater. The ballet company scouted talent from its affiliate schools to come up with twenty aspirants and seven company members who presented the show’s message of redemption and new beginnings.
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) has been collaborating with ACTS Manila for the past … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) College of Tourism students recently attended a talk about getting a masters degree program in hospitality in Australia thru Mr. Derek Miligan, International College of Hotel Management (ICHM) Director for Student and Industry Engagements. Mr. Miligan talked about the academic and professional advantages of pursuing a graduate program in Australia.
The activity is just one of the many initiatives of SISC’s College of Tourism to provide its students a competitive training experience through an international practicum program. Current students are likewise required to be certified by AMADEUS, the leading global distribution system used in … [Read more]
The annual search for Top Outstanding Performing Students (T.O.P.S.) will happen on November 17, 2018 open to graduating public and private high school students all over the country. The search is conducted yearly by Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) through Southville International School and Colleges, duly recognized by the Department of Education as the “School of the Future” and internationally accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in the U.S.A. The winners will be granted with scholarships in the SGEN schools such as Southville International School and Colleges, South Mansfield College, and South SEED-LPDH college. This event is … [Read more]
“Giving back is among the most important and most valuable things that we are proud to do! And there is no greater joy in the world than to put smiles on children’s faces.” Thus shared members of the Southville International Junior Marketing Association (SIJMA) during their recently held outreach program held at BF Homes Phase 3 Gymnasium and the RCPS Rotary Center. It was a moving 3-hour activity spent with kids which left a permanent mark in the hearts of those who participated in this productive event.
SIJMA encourages other student organization to organize this kind of activity for they … [Read more]
Three high school students from SISC were named finalists in the secondary school category of the 2018 New York Times Asia-Pacific Writing Competition. The essays of Miguel Dominico Alzona, Akisha Julianne Cu and Vincent Romero were among the 30 finalists chosen out of thousands of entries submitted to the regional essay competition.
Responding to the question “Can people still achieve a better life through migration?”, Alzona wrote a 500-word opinion piece entitled “Africa’s Curtain Call,” Cu penned “The Elusive Dream of Migrants” and Romero composed “Immigration, The New Colossus.”
The competition encourages students to become more informed and globally minded … [Read more]