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Student circles are student driven and teacher supervised organizations that aids students to explore their interests, hone their talents, and learn new skills. Circles are also a venue for like minded students from different levels and classes to meet and make friends. This gives students the opportunity to practice their social skills and teach them the importance and benefit of networking with different people.

Exceptional members are given the honor to represent the school in various competitions and performances outside SFAMSC.

Here are a list of SFAMSC's student clubs:

 

1. Varsity Teams

Discipline, teamwork, leadership and the appreciation for hard work are the benefits for becoming members of the SFAMSC Varsity Team. Regular members are given the chance to gain honor for the school through competition in various leagues and tournaments. We have basketball, volleyball, and badminton teams.


Discipline, teamwork, leadership and the appreciation for hard work are the benefits for becoming members of the SFAMSC Varsity Team. Regular members are given the chance to gain honor for the school through competition in various leagues and tournaments. We have basketball, volleyball, and badminton teams.

2. Student Council

The Student Council is the highest governing body for both the Elementary and High School Departments. It acts as a liaison between the student body and administration as well as the faculty. The officers of the Council are selected from Grades 4-6 and High School and are elected by the students from the same levels.


The Student Council is the highest governing body for both the Elementary and High School Departments. It acts as a liaison between the student body and administration as well as the faculty. The officers of the Council are selected from Grades 4-6 and High School and are elected by the students from the same levels.

3. Student Comelec

The St. Francis Cainta Student Commission of Elections (Student Comelec) are a group of dedicated and hardworking students who volunteered to facilitate and oversee the campaign and electoral process of the Student Council. During the campaign period, the Student Comelec works hard to ensure that both parties observe the school’s campaign rules and guidelines of fairness and mutual respect. During elections proper they oversea the registration, voting, counting, and official announcement of the winning candidates.


The St. Francis Cainta Student Commission of Elections (Student Comelec) are a group of dedicated and hardworking students who volunteered to facilitate and oversee the campaign and electoral process of the Student Council. During the campaign period, the Student Comelec works hard to ensure that both parties observe the school’s campaign rules and guidelines of fairness and mutual respect. During elections proper they oversea the registration, voting, counting, and official announcement of the winning candidates.

4. Science club

The SFAMSC Science Club is a student circle that encourages appreciation and deeper understanding of science and technology through further study and other various activities inside and outside the classroom. Qualified club members will be called upon to join academic competitions and other related outside activities to represent the school. The adviser for this club is Teacher Berna Ansano.


The SFAMSC Science Club is a student circle that encourages appreciation and deeper understanding of science and technology through further study and other various activities inside and outside the classroom. Qualified club members will be called upon to join academic competitions and other related outside activities to represent the school.

The adviser for this club is Teacher Berna Ansano.

5. Mathematics Club

The SFAMSC Mathematics Club is a student circle that fosters appreciation and mastery of mathematics through further study, drills, and practical application of various fun math related activities. It is the mission of the Math Club to cultivate the students' fascination of Mathematics because everything in evolves around numbers. The great Italian astronomer & physicist Galileo Galilei once said "Mathematics is the language in which God has written the universe." Qualified club members will be called upon to join academic competitions and other related outside activities to represent the school. The club will be supervised by Teacher Versonica Andrada.


The SFAMSC Mathematics Club is a student circle that fosters appreciation and mastery of mathematics through further study, drills, and practical application of various fun math related activities. It is the mission of the Math Club to cultivate the students' fascination of Mathematics because everything in evolves around numbers. The great Italian astronomer & physicist Galileo Galilei once said "Mathematics is the language in which God has written the universe."

Qualified club members will be called upon to join academic competitions and other related outside activities to represent the school. The club will be supervised by Teacher Versonica Andrada.

6. Drama and film company

The SFAMSC Drama and Film Company is a special group dedicated to develop the different creative, acting, and dramatics talents of its members through producing short stories on video or live performance. All members of the cast and creative team are student, teachers, and staff of St. Francis of Assisi Montessori School of Cainta. Here is a sample of one of our film projects.  


The SFAMSC Drama and Film Company is a special group dedicated to develop the different creative, acting, and dramatics talents of its members through producing short stories on video or live performance. All members of the cast and creative team are student, teachers, and staff of St. Francis of Assisi Montessori School of Cainta. Here is a sample of one of our film projects.
 

7. Aralin panlipunan Club

The SFAMSC AP (Aralin Panlipunan) Club is a student circle that fosters further appreciation of history and social studies through further study, reflection, and discussion of important historical and current events. The club believes that the younger generation can only build a better future if it learns from the lessons and wisdom of the past. Qualified club members will also be called upon to join academic competitions and other related activities to represent the school. The AP club will be supervised by History teacher Mr. Mario Follero.


The SFAMSC AP (Aralin Panlipunan) Club is a student circle that fosters further appreciation of history and social studies through further study, reflection, and discussion of important historical and current events. The club believes that the younger generation can only build a better future if it learns from the lessons and wisdom of the past.

Qualified club members will also be called upon to join academic competitions and other related activities to represent the school. The AP club will be supervised by History teacher Mr. Mario Follero.

8. Dance troupe

The SFAMSC Dance Troupe's aim is to boost the confidence of its members through self-expression in dance performances. The Dance Troupe usually performs during various extra-curricular activities, video covers, and competitions outside the school. This club is supervised by Teacher Camille Alaso Diolata.


The SFAMSC Dance Troupe's aim is to boost the confidence of its members through self-expression in dance performances. The Dance Troupe usually performs during various extra-curricular activities, video covers, and competitions outside the school.

This club is supervised by Teacher Camille Alaso Diolata.

9. English Conversation Club

The only way to learn how to ride a bicycle is to actually ride it. Learning a language like English is the same, the only way to gain proficiency and fluency is to practice speaking the language. The SFAMSC English Conversation Club is the place for students eager to gain practical English speaking skills. Here students are given the opportunity to practice their conversational English through fun activities and lively discussion of different interesting topics. The club will be supervised and moderated by Teacher Nico Solayao Oppus and Teacher Nancy Gonzales Tenio.


The only way to learn how to ride a bicycle is to actually ride it. Learning a language like English is the same, the only way to gain proficiency and fluency is to practice speaking the language. The SFAMSC English Conversation Club is the place for students eager to gain practical English speaking skills. Here students are given the opportunity to practice their conversational English through fun activities and lively discussion of different interesting topics.

The club will be supervised and moderated by Teacher Nico Solayao Oppus and Teacher Nancy Gonzales Tenio.

10. Creative Arts Society

The Creative Arts Society's main purpose is the development of artistic talent through creative forms of expression such as illustration, painting, sculpture, digital art, and other artistic mediums. Regular members are given the honor to showcase their talent and skill through regular art shows within the school grounds and website. Qualified members are also given the opportunity to compete in art competitions outside the school. The SCAS will be supervised by Teacher Ellen Diaz and alumna volunteer and creative consultant Ms. Dona Louise Diaz.


The Creative Arts Society's main purpose is the development of artistic talent through creative forms of expression such as illustration, painting, sculpture, digital art, and other artistic mediums. Regular members are given the honor to showcase their talent and skill through regular art shows within the school grounds and website. Qualified members are also given the opportunity to compete in art competitions outside the school.

The SCAS will be supervised by Teacher Ellen Diaz and alumna volunteer and creative consultant Ms. Dona Louise Diaz.

11. Cover Club

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. Click here to watch a video of a performance. The SFAMSC Cover Club is supervised by Mr. Ryan Villanueva.


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. Click here to watch a video of a performance.

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

12. Glee club

The SFAMSC Glee Club is the official choir supervised by music teacher Mr. Rodrigo Pellazar. The main goal of this circle is the development of self-esteem and musical talent through professional training for public performances.  Members of Glee Club are usually called upon by SFAMSC to perform during special events such as Holy Mass Celebrations and Foundation Day.


The SFAMSC Glee Club is the official choir supervised by music teacher Mr. Rodrigo Pellazar. The main goal of this circle is the development of self-esteem and musical talent through professional training for public performances.  Members of Glee Club are usually called upon by SFAMSC to perform during special events such as Holy Mass Celebrations and Foundation Day.

13. Drum and Lyre ensemble

The SFAMSC Drum and Lyre's goal of this circle is to foster an appreciation of various ensemble and marching music. Members will be trained and required to be proficient with percussion instruments and they will be called upon to perform on special occasions such as parades and other school events.


The SFAMSC Drum and Lyre's goal of this circle is to foster an appreciation of various ensemble and marching music. Members will be trained and required to be proficient with percussion instruments and they will be called upon to perform on special occasions such as parades and other school events.

14. Board games club

The SFAMSC Board Games Club is where students hone their skills in Chess, Scrabble. and Checkers. Board games not only challenges the student’s thinking skills but also improves concentration , enhances social skills, promotes a never give up attitude, and lengthen the attention span. Games like Chess or Checkers also encourages thinking and planing ahead to beat your opponent. Those who will excel will be given the honor to represent the school in competitions and tournaments outside the school. The adviser for the Board Games Club is Teacher Karen Espera Raya


The SFAMSC Board Games Club is where students hone their skills in Chess, Scrabble. and Checkers. Board games not only challenges the student’s thinking skills but also improves concentration , enhances social skills, promotes a never give up attitude, and lengthen the attention span. Games like Chess or Checkers also encourages thinking and planing ahead to beat your opponent. Those who will excel will be given the honor to represent the school in competitions and tournaments outside the school.

The adviser for the Board Games Club is Teacher Karen Espera Raya

15. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of the Philippines

The SFAMSC Boy and Girl Scouts are members of the Philippine National and World Wide International Scouting Movement. Scouts are taught lessons from leadership and team building skills to basic survival skills and first aid. Exceptional members of the Scouts are also called upon by the SFAMSC to assist the teachers and faculty to lead and maintain order during class or special events such as the annual Scouting Jamboree.


The SFAMSC Boy and Girl Scouts are members of the Philippine National and World Wide International Scouting Movement. Scouts are taught lessons from leadership and team building skills to basic survival skills and first aid. Exceptional members of the Scouts are also called upon by the SFAMSC to assist the teachers and faculty to lead and maintain order during class or special events such as the annual Scouting Jamboree.