Announcements: Happy World Teachers’ Day!

Happy World Teachers Day!!!

A good teacher is always a memorable part of our lives. Great teachers are never forgotten by their students. Children who have been taught by great teachers are motivated and become successful in their profession and personal lives. The best teachers inspire and bring out the potential of their students!

Today is the day we honour them for all their hard work and sacrifice so that our children maybe able to read, write, and learn the values to help them understand life. Teachers are the stewards of society and the foundation of a nation. Everyone has been taught and guided by a teacher.

We admire doctors, engineers, lawyers, athletes, and celebrities but these people would not be what they are without teachers who taught them what they know.
Teachers are our heroes and we love you all! Happy World Teacher’s Day!

Click here to see the photos of our Teachers’ Day Celebration:

Posted by Staff on 10/09 at 05:38 am

News and Updates: SFAMSC High School Basketball Team is on FIRE!

Congrats for the 5-0 winning streak!

Congratulations to the SFAMSC Cheetah High School Basketball team for this season’s phenomenal performance! After beating the formidable Lorenzo Ruiz high school basketball team in a decisive victory last September 28, 2015, the SFAMSC Cheetahs secured a solid record of five wins zero loses! The many many days of diligent practice, rock hard determination, and an overwhelming emphasis on teamwork made the SFAMSC Cheetahs harder, better, faster, and stronger transforming them into one of the best teams in their division. Keep it up guys! Let’s secure a place in the top three in this year’s CAMPRISA tournament! We are all very proud of you! #basketball #gocheetahs #camprisa #sfamsc #cainta

Posted by Staff on 09/29 at 03:06 pm

News and Updates: Buwan ng Wika: Lakan at Lakambini 2015

Lakan at Lakambini ng SFAMSC

Ang Buwan ng Agosto ay selebrasyon ng Pambansang Wika; Wikang Filipino. Kaalinsabay nito ang pinakaaabangang pagdiriwang ng Lakan at Lakambini sa Hayskul kung saan nagtutunggali ang apat na kalalakihan at apat na kababaihan para sa titulo. Ang katawagang ito ay nag- ugat sa ating bansa bago pa man dumating ang mga Espanyol. Ang Lakan ay katawagan para sa mataas na ranggo ng lipunan at Lakambini naman para sa kababaihan.

Ang mga kalahok ngayong taon ay sina Aeron Daniel A. Fontanilla at Francesca Beatrice L. Gonzales mula sa Ikapitong Baitang, Venedict C. Doroteo at Marie Jhon D. Abundo mula sa Ikawalong Baitang, Jeremi Isiah V. Catindig at Angelyn Louss A. Guerrero mula sa Ikasiyam na Baitang at Dañelo G. Vertucio at Katrina Ysabel L. Espiritu mula sa Ikasampung Baitang.

Paglalaban ng mga sumusunod na kalahok ang titulo sa pamamagitan ng pagpapakita ng talent, talino sa pagsagot, pagpapakita ng Pambansang Kasuotan at Pormal na Kasuotan at paramihan ng likes.

Potograpiya ni Ryan Villanueva

Posted by Staff on 08/18 at 04:43 am

1st PTC Seminar: 12 Principles of Stress Reduction


Greeting of Love and Peace!!!

On this school year’s very first Parent Teacher Conference we cordially invite all parents, guardians, and students to join our free health improvement seminar entitled, “Be Happy and Well: The 12 Principles of Stress Reduction” by Dr. Phillip Ledesma Ciocon.

The abundance of junk food, pollution, poor lifestyle choices, and the pressures of work, school, and life made us possibly the most stressed out generation. Stress affects everything in our lives, from our performance in school and work to our very health. Too much stress makes us unhappy, makes everyone around us unhappy, and makes us unhealthy.

Dr. Phillip will teach us effective tips and techniques on how to neutralise stress and make you happier and healthier in the process. These techniques can be effectively used by people of all ages. Dr. Phillip Ledesma Ciocon, PhD FRCP is a holistic doctor who has spent many years of research on alternative paths of wellness.

He bring the healing magic of music and song, Laughter and games in numerous talks to different schools, cooperations, and communities. Everyone is invited so bring your friends and family!

Date: Aug 29, 2015 (Saturday)
Time: Conference starts at 9:00am
Fee: Free

Posted by Staff on 08/13 at 12:21 pm

News and Updates: SFAMSC Cover Club: Cups

SFAMSC Cover Club Cup Song

The SFAMSC Cover Club presents its first cover of the school year SY 2015-2016. Grade 7 students Donita Mae Manlunas and Francesca Gonzales perform CUPS from the hit movie Pitch Perfect.

The SFAMSC Cover Club is a special student circle that promotes the development of musical talent of students through the production and performance of video performances for all to see and appreciate. Performing a music cover requires preparation, practice, diligence, and a good work ethic. It is the ardent wish of the Cover Club to help develop all these positive traits in its members through the process of making wonderful musical covers.

The SFAMSC Cover Club is supervised by Mr. Ryan Villanueva.

Special thanks to Grade 9 student Julia Velasco and Kuya Brendo Cimafranca Ysik for helping out as camera operators.
Cover Photography by JM Velasco.

Posted by Staff on 07/18 at 09:09 am

Announcements: Enrolment for School Year 2015-2016 Ongoing!

Enrolment Ongoing! SY 2015-2016

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

News and Updates: Congratulations 4th Year Student Jason D. Tormon for Passing the UST Entrance Examination

 Congratulations 4th Year Student Jason D. Tormon for Passing the UST Entrance Examination

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
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