"If you study to remember you will forget.  But if you study to understand you will remember."



We are very happy and proud to announce that our grade 12 students have now been receiving offers from the following universities:

Hong Kong:
***Savannah College of Arts & Design

Assumption College
Ateneo de Manila University
De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde
De La Salle University
***Enderun College
University of Asia and the Pacific
University of Santo Tomas

***Schellhammer Business School

United States:
Chapman University
Emerson College
Hofstra University
Hult Business School
***Savannah College of Arts & Design
Seton Hall University

​*** with scholarship

We will be updating this list every month.



On the week of Sept 11-15, 2017, the school had a week long campaign entitled, “The Anatomy of a Bully and a Winner”. The objective of the activity was to raise awareness among the students about the issue of bullying, its effects and corresponding consequences. Furthermore, students were encouraged towards nurturing the mindset of a “Winner” – to practice the values of compassion and gratitude as they strive towards their dreams and become “solution-makers” of our society.

During the culminating activity, Ms. Kritzia Santos, the co-Founder of Tulong sa Kapwa Kapatid Foundation (, graced the occasion as the guest speaker. Ms. Kritzia left this inspiring message to our students: "It’s in the little things that you do that makes a difference...anyone can do something...changing the world is in your hands ...but you always have to do these with love." 


- by Sophie C. Maitland-Smith


Last September 09, SSM Student Council officers of SY 2017-2018 participated in the SSM annual leadership workshop. However, this year was quite different as it was hosted by the core members of the Student Council, namely Maxx Chua (President), Sophie Maitland-Smith (VP for External Affairs), Erin Cochanco (VP for Internal Affairs), Bianca Laogan (Secretary) and Thea Lim (Level Rep. Coordinator).

The workshop was designed around the 11 attributes of SSM Learner Profile. Throughout the workshop, the new student leaders had to practice being inquirers, thinkers, communicators, risk-takers, reflective, caring, principled, balanced, creative, open-minded, and knowledgeable. By way of various meaningful activities, Student Council officers were not only able to get to know one another better but were also able to discover what it truly means to be an effective leader. 




Please join us in congratulating the following SSM students who have done very well in their Cambridge International IGCSE, AS/A-level examinations:

Erica Wong (A-Level) - A*, A*, A*, A*
Lance Basil Sy(A-Level) - A*, A*, A, A
Platinum Cristi Madrid(AS-Level) - A, A, B, B
Abegail Santos(IGCSE) - A, A, A, B, B
Julian Carlos Li(IGCSE) - A*, A, B, B,B
Patricia Gayle Co(IGCSE) - A*, BB, B, B
Royce Marcus Uy(IGCSE) - A, BB, B, B

A- Level results are reported on a 6-point scale of grades: A* to E, grade A* being the highest and grade E the lowest, AS-Level results are reported on a 6-point scale of grades: A to E, grade A being the highest and grade E the lowest and IGCSE results are reported on a 8-point scale of grades: A* to G, grade A* being the highest and grade G the lowest.

Our S2 students also performed very well in their Cambridge Checkpoint tests.  Six of our Secondary 2 students achieved an excellent grade in Maths  and  4 of  them  achieved a perfect score (6.0), which means that for the subject of Maths they belong to the top 1% students worldwide!



In February this year, 31 of our students sat for the International Schools' Assessment (ISA). The ISA is a set of tests designed specifically for students in international schools in Grades 3-10 (Primary 3- Secondary 4).

This assessment was participated in by over 78,000 students from 10,000 schools across 95 countries. The objective of SSM was to see how the selected students will perform in comparison to other students from all over the world.

The 5 subject areas included in the ISA are the following:
Mathematical Literacy (Grades 3-10)
Reading (Grades 3-10)
Exposition/Argument Writing (Grades 3-10)
Narrative/Reflective Writing (Grades 3-10)
Scientific Literacy (Grades 7-10)

We are delighted to share with you that all SSM students exceeded expectations and did very, very well achieving ABOVE AVERAGE to even beyond EXCELLENT scores.

Top performers per subject area for Primary and Secondary levels are the following:

Mathematical Literacy- Kiean Malik Lao (P6)
Reading- Marc Edward Cabangon (P5)
Exposition/Argument Writing- Marc Edward Cabangon (P5)
Narrative/Reflective Writing- Marc Edward Cabangon (P5)

Mathematical Literacy- Valerie Simone Tantuachut (S2)
Narrative/Reflective Writing- Valerie Simone Tantuachut (S2)
Reading- Althea Michel Baluyut
Exposition/Argument Writing- Stephen Jose Taylor
Scientific Literacy- Stephen Jose Taylor

We are truly proud of this achievement of our students!


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