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This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate. (April 2011) PAREF Southridge School Motto Viriliter Agite Be a Man! Established 1979 Type All Boys Affiliations Opus Dei President Dr. Vaughn F. Montes Principal Luis Barrientos Primary School Ivan dela Fuente Intermediate School Nick Galvez High School Chaplain Fr. Cecilio Magsino Executive Director Dr. Jose Rene C. Gayo Grades Prep, Grades 1-7, HS I-IV Location Hillsborough Subd. Bo. Cupang Muntinlupa City, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, Philippines District Muntinlupa Oversight Opus Dei Campus Urban, ~3 hectares Colors Blue and Green Yearbook Viator Newspaper The Junior Ridge GS The Ridge (CMMA Hall of Famer for Best HS Paper) HS School Hymn Gaudeamus Igitur Supervising Organization PAREF (Parents for Education Foundation) Website www.southridge.edu.ph GS—Prep & Grade School; HS—High School The PAREF Southridge School, also known simply as Southridge, is a private school for boys in Hillsborough, Muntinlupa City, Philippines. It was a set up by the Parents for Education Foundation (PAREF), a group of parents who aims to provide an education geared towards the total development of children. Southridge school is composed of primary, intermediate, and high school. Its executive director is Jose Rene C. Gayo. The spiritual formation of the families in Southridge is provided by priests of the prelature of Opus Dei. Southridge is proud to be affiliated with NIPS (National Institutions of the Philippine Society). Contents 1 The Southridge Logo 2 Academics 2.1 Latin 2.2 Electives 3 Organizations 3.1 Rhythm Section 3.2 Photoclub 3.3 Catalyst 3.4 The Podium 3.5 The Southridge Ecological Assiociation 4 Student Leadership 5 Opus Dei affiliation 6 Alumni 7 External links and Students 7.1 Class Websites The Southridge Logo The Southridge Logo consists of a Vinta and a Helm. The vinta, a sturdy Filipino boat, is the PAREF symbol. It stands for the educational philosophy shared by all the schools that belongs to the PAREF system. The stars on top of the vinta represent the three (3) sectors that comprise the PAREF school community. For the PAREF philosophy to work, there must be a healthy interaction among the parents, teachers and students. For formation to be effective, the parents and teachers must be formed such that they can lead the students by word and deed. The helm symbolizes the school's vision of breeding gentlemen and leaders. Quoting the school's vision, "We envision graduates who are MEN OF INTEGRITY, well-formed and principled individuals, who contribute to the common good of society." Academics Latin Southridge is one of the few schools in the Philippines that requires its students to learn Latin. When the school was first built, the curriculum included 4 years of mandatory Latin during the high school years. This requirement has since been changed and Latin now only two years of Latin are required. In addition, an elective known as Latin Honors allows students who wish to continue learning the language to do so. Electives In 2004, Southridge began an elective system that allows high school juniors and seniors to choose two subjects of their interest. Currently the subjects that are available to students are Business Math 1, Business Math 2, Biochemistry, Environmental Science, Investigatory Science, Latin Honors, Rhetoric of War, Programming Language, Journalism, Creative Writing, and Metaphysics. This system allows four different subjects to be taken in a span of two years that will help the student decide on his college course or prepare the student for college if he has already decided on a particular major. By S.Y. 2009-2010, electives are no longer allowed to both Juniors and Seniors. Organizations Rhythm Section The Southridge Rhythm Section in the Cultural Center of the Philippines during the culminating activity of the 2006 Hands-on Chorale Workshop 2006 with the Philippine Madrigal Singers. The Southridge Rhythm Section (SRRS) is the high school choir of the Day School. It is made up of Grade 7 to 4th Year students who wish to express themselves through music. Its members sing gospel and Filipino music in a cappella. The Rhythm Section was invited to participate in the Samu'taring Tinig 5: Concert of the Best High School Choirs, last February 4 2003. They participated with other high school choirs and Kundirana in the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Main Theater. In October 24-28, 2006, sixteen members attended the CCP Hands-on Chorale Workshop 2006. The participants were trained by the world-renowned Philippine Madrigal Singers. The workshop ended with a concert at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. The choir sang Chua-ay, an Igorot rice pounding song, and Ikaw ang Mahal Ko, a piece by the maestro of music, Mr. Ryan Cayabyab. Both songs were done in a cappella. Photoclub The Photoclub was established by members of the class of 2006 (Miko de los Reyes, Miguel Reyes, Benj De Leon and Luigi Meer) for Southridge students interested in photography. Seminars and workshops are also arranged for the club's future members. Catalyst The Catalyst is a club that teaches catechism. Open to high school students, the club members visit Cupang Elementary School and Buli Elementary School weekly to teach Grades 3, 4 and 5 students basic catechism lessons. Members undergo training during Catechism seminars organized during the school year. The Podium The Podium is Southridge's official debate team, and considered one of the best debate teams in Southern Metro Manila. A member, co-founder, and stalwart of the Southern Metro Manila Schools Debate Consortium (SMMS), the Podium has consistently improved over the past years and has become a perennial contender for any debate championship in the South. The Podium has also been improving and has earned great respect in the more competitive IDeA Debate Organization of Northern Manila and in the National Debating picture of the Philippines. The Southridge Ecological Assiociation The Southridge Ecological Assiociation or S.E.A. for short, is Southridge's premier ecological and scientific club. It has represented the school in a number of outreaches and seminars held in and around the vicinity of Metro Manila. Student Leadership An important aspect of the Southridge vision is to breed leaders and gentlemen, who are men of integrity, in order to contribute to the common good of society. Since the school's foundation in 1979, elections are held every year within the Grade 7 to 3rd Year High School student voting population. Candidates from such levels campaign for student government positions namely, Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, PRO, and 2 Members-at-Large posts. This is the Southridge Student Council. For many years, the Southridge Student Council has been an active catalyst in school especially in the organization of projects for the interest and development of the school community. It is the body which serves as a bridge between every member of the school community, and most especially representing the students. The Student Council for School Year 2010-2011 is composed of Gabriel Castillo as Chairman, Mac Valdez as Vice-Chairman, Aldo Manzano as Secretary, Rafa Abaya as PRO, Chucky Quemado as Treasurer, and Faisal Tabusalla and Julian Ferrer as Members-at-Large. This group was able to successfully organize Fathers' Day 2011: "The Day of D'ADmirals", the first ever Southridge Run and The Southridge Big Brother Freshmen Senior Bonding among other events and they established the Southridge Dance Crew, Admirals Step Crew and the Southridge Drumline. The highlight though of this council was the birth of Southridge's mascot, The Admirals which was established on the 26th of August, 2010. The Student Council for School Year 2010-2011 is the greatest council of PAREF Southridge to date.[citation needed] Opus Dei affiliation Southridge entrusts its religious instruction to the priests of Opus Dei. St. Josemaria Escriva is among its venerated saints, along with St. Joseph and St. Michael. Alumni Southridge has produced many successful alumni. They vary from fields of music, the arts, business and many other prominent roles in society. Some who are in government office are: Jayjay Suarez, Governor of Quezon; Paolo Javier, Congressman of Antique; Roman Romulo, Congressman of Pasig; Anton Lagdameo, Congressman of Davao del Norte; Bullet Jalosjos, Provincial Board Member of Zamboanga Del Norte; Don Bagatsing, City Councilor of Manila; Mitch Cuna, City Councilor. Several Southridge alumni in the recently Southridge batches are now studying in prominent schools in the United States. Some alumni in the entertainment field include Gabe Mercado (Pinoy Ikaw Ba 'to? host/comedian), Noni Buencamino (actor), Franco Mabanta (host/Myx VJ), Manu Sandejas (Studio23 Digital Tour host), Robbie Joseph & Ikey Canoy (Akafellas), Paul Yap (UpDharmaDown), Tutti Caringal (6CycleMind/Protein Shake), Chino David (Silent Sanctuary), Miguel Escueta (singer), Javi Bagatsing (UFC host), film/video directors Timmito de los Reyes, Mik Vergara, Mackie Galvez, and commercial models Michael Park, Jose Sarasola, Marco Manalac, Rocky Camus, Ryan Villa-Real, Jose da Silva, Avery del Rosario, Mikee Morada and Karl Vargas. Some of the alumni are now teaching in their alma mater. External links and Students PAREF Southridge School official website The Ridge David Racho, Southridge Batch 1995 The Latin Honors 2006 Website Southridge Creative Writing Center Opus Dei Class Websites 5B Best Bets 5C Website! 6A Website IA Website