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Stonyhurst-Southville International School (SSIS) has pursued these approaches since its founding: quality programs that empower as much as educate the early learner, a highly qualified team of nurturing, loving teachers, contemporary educational technology, an active support and resource network, and a small pupil-teacher ratio.

A profile may be drawn of the Stonyhurst student. He or she is a little humanist or scientist, a young lover of learning, confident and assured, attuned for life to future progress, as an individual, and as a member of society.

VISION
A premier learning institution with national and international recognition, developing lifelong learners and leaders with competencies, global perspectives and hearts of service in a culture of academic and values excellence.

We are committed to provide quality international education through the 5Cs: Competence, Character, Commitment to Achieve, Collaboration and Creativity.

MISSION
We are committed to provide quality international education through the 5Cs: Competence, Character, Commitment to Achieve, Collaboration and Creativity.
We seek to develop lifelong learners and leaders.
We prepare learners to respond to the needs of the 21st century.

HISTORY
Stonyhurst School opened with its Pre-School Program in June of 1996 in Batangas City, South of the Philippines. It was established with the aim of making genuine quality education accessible to Batangas City and the region.

In 1997, the grade school department opened with an Integrated Program, a developmental model for elementary schools, designed to better meet the challenges of the 21st century. The pre-school was named in November 11, 1998 as Stonyhurst School, inspired by the finest Jesuit Convent preparatory school in England that Mr. Peter Laurel attended.

Soon, the school became a force in the early education of preschoolers and grade school pupils known particularly for its quality and empowering educational programmes, its nurturing and competent teaching team, its limited child-adult ratio, and its pool of networking resources. These made Stonyhurst comparable to the best schools in Manila, as adjudged by noted educators.

The leadership of the school has been entrusted to the hands of educational experts, seasoned educators and academicians. Each administration has enhanced the school system but never lost sight of its core, to develop young men and women who are equipped with knowledge, competencies, and character to enable them to do and to be and above all, to be of service to others as much as they can – Quant Je Puis.

Throughout the years, Stonyhurst-Southville International School has been proud of the growth of the students who have been under its wings. They have become confident individuals who have healthy, loving attitude towards learning, enjoying school, developing skills and competencies that are necessary for the 21st century.

In 2005, Stonyhurst took a higher dimension when it was granted by the Securities and Exchange Commission, upon recommendation of the Department of Education, the international status. The present thrust of the school is internationalization. Towards this end, it has forged a partnership with one of the leading international schools in the country, Southville International Schools and Colleges, a school recognized with national and international accreditations.

Stonyhurst-Southville International School continues to develop itself as a premium and excellent school, for the administration, teachers, and staff in Stonyhurst School believes that there is no substitute for genuine quality education.

QUALITY POLICY
Stonyhurst-Southville International School is a premium learning institution committed to continually provide quality education in the province and in the region, for the satisfaction of its clients, faculty and staff.

Enhancing the academic and social aspects of the child it shall build a culture of excellence to develop life long learners and leaders of the 21st century.

The institution shall ensure that the mission and vision of the school is properly communicated and understood within the whole institution. The voice of its clients shall be heard throughout the institution so that the services inside and outside the institution will meet clients’ requirements as well as applicable regulatory requirements.

It shall establish, implement and improve its Quality Management System in compliance with ISO 9001:2000 requirements.

Objectives shall be formulated, implemented, monitored, reviewed and evaluated to ensure that this quality policy is met.

The 12 virtues are the institutional values that unite the Stonyhurst community. These shared values and practices strengthen the members’ commitment to the institution and they serve as a galvanizing force that contributes to a strong, dynamic and academic community.

-Love
-Competence
-Faith
-Industry
-Confidence
-Discipline
-Respect
-Commitment
-Compassion
-Resourcefulness
-Responsibility
-Honesty

STONYHURST PLEDGE

I pledge to Stonyhurst-Southville International School
to respect myself and the rights and property of others;
to be responsible for my behavior;
to maintain a safe and clean environment;
to create and sustain positive relationships;
and to share and communicate with others.

With these, I will build a positive reputation for myself,
Stonyhurst-Southville International School and the World.

PRAYER FOR GENEROSITY

Dearest Lord,
Teach me to be generous
Teach me to serve you as you deserve,
To give and not to count the cost,
To fight and not to heed the wounds,
To toil and not to seek for rest,
To labor and ask not for any reward,
Except the knowledge that I am doing
Your most holy will.
Amen.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE
All students intending to enter the Academic Programs of the following departments: Early Childhood Education Department or ECED (Nursery Kinder, Prep, Level 1-2); Lower School (Levels 3-6); and Upper School (Levels 7-10) must pass the academic and behavior requirements of the corresponding departments.

Credentials of transferees shall be evaluated by the authorized representative (Registrar, Guidance Officer, Department Coordinator, Principal/ Academic Council) as required or pre-requisite subjects may have to be taken by the student prior to admission to certain levels. Two recommendation letters (one from the Head of the School and one from the Guidance Officer or Class Adviser) are needed for enrollment.

Students who have been conditionally enrolled due to lack of credentials shall submit such required credentials on the appointed date before they will be considered officially enrolled.

All new students including transferees, are required to fill out a medical form to determine if a student needs any special attention.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT

For Nursery, Kinder, Prep (NKP)
Application Form
1 x 1 Picture
Assessment** Fee of P 1,000.00
** Assessment usually lasts 45 minutes – 1 1/2 hours
For Lower School
Application Form
1 x 1 Picture
Assessment Fee of P 1,000.00
Certificate of Good Moral Character
Certificate of Enrollment
Recent Photocopy of Report Card with Original
For Upper School / High School

Application Form
1 x 1 Picture
Assessment Fee of P 1,000.00
Certificate of Good Moral Character
Certificate of Enrollment
Recent Photocopy of Report Card with Original
Recommendation Letter from the Principal and Class Adviser / Guidance Counselor

CONTACT BATANGAS CAMPUS
Batangas Campus
Admission / Student Services

Ms. Ella +63 (43) 723-3595 loc 101 (Telefax)
+63 (43) 300-5096

Finance Ms. Dulce / Ms. Andee +63 (43) 723-3595 loc 103

Kumon Center Ms. Sharon / Ms. Kathy +63 (43) 723-3595 loc 105

Principal’s Office Ms. Donna +63 (43) 723-3595 loc 108
+63 (43) 723-3017

Security Rolly +63 (43) 723-3595 loc 104

Stonyhurst-Southville International School
Batangas City, Philippines

Phone #: +63 (43) 723-3595
+63 (43) 723-3017
+63 (43) 300-5096
Email: infobatangas@stonyhurst.edu.ph

Stonyhurst-Southville International School
Lipa City, Philippines

Phone #: +63 (43) 756-4448
+63 (43) 312-3108
Email: infolipa@stonyhurst.edu.ph

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20 comments

  1. These facts are true. Well, because since I’m a student there in Stonyhurst. 🙂 I love my school because it has tought me a lot. 😀 More power Stonyhurst!

  2. These facts are true. Well, because since I’m a student there in Stonyhurst. 🙂 I love my school because it has tought me a lot. 😀 More power Stonyhurst!

  3. Diana, dearie, you’ve misspelled taught. It’s not ‘tought’. 🙂

  4. Diana, dearie, you’ve misspelled taught. It’s not ‘tought’. 🙂

  5. THIS SCHOOL ROCKS!!! SUPER!!!

  6. THIS SCHOOL ROCKS!!! SUPER!!!

  7. Maldita, dear, diana’s still a kid. So, leave her alone. As for your attitude, seems like YOUR school didn’t TEACH you proper manners. 🙂

  8. Maldita, dear, diana’s still a kid. So, leave her alone. As for your attitude, seems like YOUR school didn’t TEACH you proper manners. 🙂

  9. Tought is TAUGHT..same sound…SAME SAME!!! lol

  10. Tought is TAUGHT..same sound…SAME SAME!!! lol

  11. how much is the tuition fee for high school student?

  12. go to our website. then follow through from there everything should be self-explanatory. btw im an alumni there. :), goodluck bub!

  13. lol wthell? why do i have a picture? hahah weiiiiiiird lol

  14. One of the worst schools in batangas stonyhurst international lipa city batangas.
    Save your money they promise everything at enrollment time after that you are
    on your own,nothng but lies.The children are spoiled and have no discipline whats
    so ever.The Headmaster has no idea how to run a school most of the time he’s hiding
    in his office
    P S DONT GO THERE

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