Welcome to the official website of St. Francis of Assisi Montessori School of Cainta.
Enrolment Ongoing! St. Francis of Assisi Montessori School of Cainta (SFAMSC) is accepting enrollees for SY 2015-2016. We are a preschool, grade school, and Junior high school that believe a child learns best when he or she is happy and engaged that is why:
1. We cultivate a culture of closeness, respect, and kindess with the students, teachers, and parents. In St. Francis Cainta everyone smiles more, laughs more, respects each other, and is kind to one another.
2. We have smaller class sizes so that administrators and teachers can carefully supervise each and every student. If the child needs help we respond quicker. It is our passion to provide education with love and concern.
3. Our motto is “Cura Personalis” or the care of the entire person. We cultivate both the child’s academic abilities and their other unique gifts through our curriculum and various school activities.
4. We develop pupils who graduate from preschool with a solid foundation in reading and writing skills. Our High school students pass entrance examinations of prestigious universities such as UST, UP, Ateneo, and San Beda.
For inquiries, please message us on Facebook or, for faster response, call us at Tel. 656-5238. Telefax. 655-8898 Mobile. +63922-8421242. Look for Ma’am Lilian or Ma’am Gemma.
Admission Requirements for New Students:
Photo copies of the following:
- Birth Certificate (Bring Original Copy for verification)
- Baptismal Certificate (for Grade 2 pupils and up)
- Report Card on previous year level completed
- Four (4) pieces 2X2 ID picture (most recent picture with red background)
- Certificate of Good Moral Character from last school attended for Grades 2-10
- Will take entrance examination. Fee is P300.00
Note: Written examination and interview for Senior Casa 1 to Grade 10 students only. Junior Casa pupils will not take a written exam. Instead they will undergo a special assesment interview.Posted by Staff on 04/14 at 09:10 am
Congratulations to high school graduate Jason Tormon for passing the University of Santo Thomas Entrance Test (USTET). When Jason was a shy and timid first year student, he told his teachers he had a big dream - to become a medical doctor so that he could help the sick, most especially the poor who have no means to help themselves. Throughout his years in St. Francis, his teachers supported him not only in his academic studies but also encouraged him to develop his character through extracurricular activities and values education for a good doctor must not only be technically savy but also a well rounded person with strong values and high emotional intelligence. Besides being consistently good in his studies, Jason has been an active member in the Student Council, a consistent winner of various interschool academic competitions, and the captain of the high school boys volleyball varsity team.
Next school year, Jason will be studying at the renowned UST College of Science to gain his Bachelor of Science in Biology degree. Great job Jason, this is your first step in becoming a doctor! You have made us all very very proud!Posted by Staff on 04/09 at 08:33 am
Congratulations to high school graduate Louisiana Sollestre for passing the University of Santo Thomas Entrance Test (USTET) and successfully qualifying for a full UST scholarship grant. As a child, her teachers noticed that Shanna is girl with many talents so they encouraged her to participate in many different school activities to mold her character and develop her many talents. Throughout the years she excelled not only in academics but also in many other areas of her student life. Throughout high school she was an active member of the glee club, dance troupe, and Student Council. In her fourth year, she was voted in as the President of the Student Council and graduated as valedictorian.
Next school year, Shanna will be studying under the prestegous University of Santo Thomas Department of Pharmacy for a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology degree. Shanna is smart, pragmatic, and wish to make her parents and teachers proud. Guess what Shanna, you made us proud - very proud! May God bless you on your studies and we wish you continued success in all your future dreams and endeavours!
Congratulations to high school graduate Roselle Florence Estrada for successfully passing the University of Santo Thomas Entrance Test (USTET). When Rocelle transferred to St. Francis, she was the shyest kid in her batch. Her mom was worried because Roselle always kept to herself and did not like to speak to anyone. Throughout the years, her teachers positively, patiently, and gently encouraged her to make friends and participate in the many school activities of St. Francis to develop her character. Today, thanks to the support of her teachers and her family Roselle turned into a pretty and confident young lady who is one of the best and most active students in her class. She joined school organizations like the school COMELEC and even won a dance competition with her fellow classmates. Next school year, Roselle will be studying under the distinguished Department of Pharmacy of UST for a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. You’ve come a long way Roselle, we are all very proud of you!Posted by Staff on 04/05 at 04:46 pm
Congratulations to St. Francis Cainta high school graduate Michelle Ann Villacorta for successfully passing the University of Santo Thomas Entrance Test (USTET). When Michelle was a very young student at St. Francis Cainta, she enjoyed her lessons because she always felt the love and concern of her teachers. This inspired her to become an educator just like her beloved teachers. Next year, Michelle will be studying at the prestigious University of Santo Thomas’ College of Secondary Education as a Major in Mathematics. She aspires to become a great teacher that will win the hearts and minds of her students and change the world for the better.Posted by Staff on 04/01 at 02:26 am
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!!!