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Grade 9 Royal is Best Delegate in MUN

South Mansfield College boasts of its latest achievement in the area of Model United Nations (MUN) simulation.

Last February 20-21, 2021, our high school students joined and actively participated in the First SGEN Model United Nations (MUN) together with hundreds of students from the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) schools namely Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), Stonyhurst Southville International School (SSIS) Batangas and Malarayat campuses, and the Asian SEED Academy of Technology (ASAT).

After the 2-day event, Marie Gabrielle Opiña (Grade 9 Integrity) was adjudged as Best Delegate for showing her eloquence in the speeches and her proficiency and wide knowledge in the parliamentary discussions. Abby is a member of the Human Rights Council representing Germany.

Model United Nations is an authentic simulation of the UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, or other multilateral body, which introduces students to the world of diplomacy, negotiation, and decision-making. Students take the shoes of the ambassadors to debate current global issues, prepare draft resolutions, plot strategy, negotiate with supporters and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the UN’s rules of procedure. On it’s 17th year, the Southville International School and Colleges Model United Nations (SISCMUN), in collaboration with Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) Allied Schools, spearheaded the first ever SGEN Model United Nations Conference.

Abby’s team was coached by Ms. Winona Morales, Sir Jelo Derilo, and Sir Kit del Mundo.

Message from the City Mayor

Message from the City Mayor
South Mansfield College
17th Founding Anniversary

January 14, 2020

I wish to extend my warmest greetings and congratulations to South Mansfield College as you celebrate your 17th Founding Anniversary.

Let me also state that I am deeply honored to deliver this message to all of you, despite the constraints on physical interaction. Verily, 2020 has not been very easy for us and the education sector during this time of the pandemic.

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New Year’s Greetings from the Principal

 I would like to welcome you, my dear Royals, to this New Year with gratitude to all the blessings that South Mansfield College received last 2020 despite the pandemic. Having worked with you for the first half of the academic year is a wonderful opportunity to develop a strong partnership towards the achievement of our goals for the students.

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Students elect their senior leaders

South Mansfield College has continually provided dynamic and balanced learning and leadership opportunities to students over the years.  

From Little City Councilors to 10 MOST, SMC is proud to have produced students who fared extraordinarily well in both leadership and community service. Developing the heart to lead and serve takes place from class activities to school events where students participate in.

Last September 17, 2020, students enjoyed their right to choose their next leaders who would spearhead activities to make their school life vibrant and meaningful. Prior to the elections, the students listened attentively to the platform  and programs that the student leaders presented during the Miting de avance.

The Student Council’s legacy includes the gang chairs in the students’ lounge and the support for victims of calamities.

The Student Council is moderated by Mr. Kit del Mundo. 

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Parents commend SMC’s VOLT classes

Academic Year 2020-2021 brings us to a lot of possibilities. Besides welcoming a new normal in our daily life, the pandemic also created the dawning of virtual educational landscape. As the Department of Education (DepEd) pursues measures to ensure that learning continues, South Mansfield College took on a bigger challenge since March 2020 to create and implement seamless virtual learning for our students through the VOLT (virtual online learning and teaching).

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