Welcome to the official website of St. Francis of Assisi Montessori School of Cainta.
As we finish this school year, let us recall the amazing performance of our High School Girls’ Volleyball team who ranked 3rd overall in the Cainta Municipality Private Schools Association (CAMPRISA) Girls’ Volleyball Tournament.
Congratulations to Captain ball Rita Balubar for her strong leadership and skill and for the diligence and determination of the whole SFAMSC Cheetahs Girls’ Volleyball Team. The SFAMSC Cheetahs were underdogs but blazed a path beating many strong and favoured teams. Many thanks to Teacher Maricel Doroteo for providing logistic support and practical advice for the girls. Many thanks to all the parents and the SFAMSC community for your unwavering moral support in every game.
We offer this victory to our Heavenly Father who has blessed us with this honour.Posted by Staff on 03/26 at 12:46 am
Congratulations to our young math wiz Juan Miguel F. Marcos for taking SECOND PLACE in the Cainta Municipality Private School Association (CAMPRISA) Mathematics Quiz Bee last February 2015. A big thank you to Teacher Jean Rivera for her skilled coaching and Teacher Maricel Cruz for her logistic support. A very special thanks to the parents of Juan Miguel for continuing to support and believe in us. Most of all thank you to our Heavenly Father for blessing us with his honour.
Great job Juan Miguel! We are all very proud of you!!!
High School Night is one of the most anticipated activities of SFASMC. It is a venue to help students prepare for young adulthood by bringing all of them together to practice proper social graces and decorum in a formal setting. The intensive preparation for the biggest highlight of High School Night: the Grand Coltillion Dance also teach the participating students dicipline, hardwork, and cooperation for they all need to work together to make it successful. Finally here is where the Senior high school students formally pass their reponsibility as leaders of high school to the next upcoming seniors.
High School Night is a coming of age event that signals to its participants that they are no longer little children but young responsible adults. Click here to view the photos of this wonderful event: http://goo.gl/PIVp40Posted by Staff on 02/10 at 07:20 am
Congratulations Canta Badminton Team for taking the top places in the Rizal Association of Private Schools Sports Competition!
Dana Navarro-Gold Medalist Singles A
Jefferson Benito-Gold Medalist Singles A
Gabrielle Anne Santos -Gold Medalist Singles B
Srdjan Troy Chua-Silver Medalist Singles B
Sophia Chua-Gold Medalist Singles A
Frederick Andrei Pedernal-Silver Medalist Singles A
Sophia Tolentino-Silver Medalist Singles B
Special thanks to Teacher Maricel Cruz Doroteo for her untiring logistic support of our students and the wonderful parents and guardians who supported us! We are very proud to have many skilled athletes from SFAMSC representing and giving honour to Cainta! You all were amazing!Posted by Staff on 02/04 at 07:44 pm
Congratulations to the SFAMSC Delegates and their Coach Teacher Mario for taking 2nd place overall at the University of the Philippines High Hayskul Rambol Scholastic Triathlon. A quiz bee hosted by the UP Educators’ Circle.
The contest was held last January 31, 2015 at the Benitez Theatre, College of Education, UP Diliman. Contestants came from selected schools from levels grades 7- 10 to test their knowledge in subjects such as Economics, History, Science, English, Filipino Literature, Trigonometry, Geometry, and General Information.
Congratulations everyone! Your studiousness, diligence, and strenght of character gave you what it took to rank among the best! Special thanks to Teacher Mario Follero for his passionate, compassionate, and skilful coaching. We are all very proud of you!!!
Mario Follero - Coach
Janae Ellyxia Mari Ibarra- Grade 7
Julienne Allyah C. Legutan- Grade 8
Ivan Angelo H. Geremillo- Grade 9
Jason D. Tormon- Year IV
Last December 19, 2014, the St. Francis of Assisi Montessori School of Cainta (SFAMSC) faculty, staff, student council, and parent council had their outreach program at Kanlungan ni Maria, a home for the abandoned elderly. This short video is a glimpse of what the SFAMSC community did to bring the Christmas spirit to the lovable grandmas and grandpas of Kanlungan. Shot and edited by cinematographer, SFAMSC alumnus, and La Salle communication arts student Isaiah Geremillo.Posted by Staff on 12/28 at 11:39 am
Last December 19, 2014, the SFAMSC volunteers, faculty, staff, student, and parent council brought Yuletide cheer to the residences of Kanlungan ni Maria (Home of Maria, the Blessed Virgin Mary). Kanlungan ni Maria is a small Catholic home for the aged that takes care of abandoned grandmas and grandpas.
The SFAMSC family brought the Christmas spirit to the grandmas and grandpas of Kanlungan though gifts, a delicious breakfast, and song and dance performances. The grandmas in return inspired and won the admiration of the SFAMSC community with their positive outlook and cheerfulness. They sang, chatted, and cracked jokes with everybody.
Although we were the ones who gave the grandmas and grandpas gifts, food, and cheer, it seems at the end of the day, it was them who taught us the bigger lessons of appreciating life and trusting God no matter what happens. Merry Christmas!
Photos by Ryan Villanueva, Michelle Cruz, Ellen Diaz, and Josh Velasco
To see all the photos click here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.834147789965467.1073742137.130193330360920&type=1