No classes September 19


Due to the expected rains and reported flooding in some parts of the Metro, classes in San Juan City have been cancelled on September 19 for Preschool to High School students. City Mayor Guia Gomez made this announcement early today. Everyone is enjoined to keep dry and safe. Read More »

FIS participates in division Science Fair


Some selected students from Fountain International School joined in the recently concluded Science Fair organized by the Division of San Juan City. Together with Science Department Chair Ms. Melissa, the students had the chance to join a Science quiz bee as well as an on-the-spot poster making competition. Hasya Petranto, ... Read More »

FIS faculty members go on recreational trip


Faculty members from Fountain International School went on a recreational trip to Calaruega, Batangas last September 13. This comes part and parcel with the school’s faculty development program. Teachers and staff members bonded over an al fresco style lunch and various sporting activities such as football and badminton. Through activities ... Read More »

Classes suspended due to Typhoon Luis


Please be informed that Fountain International School will have no classes on Monday, September 15, due to Typhoon Luis. This comes after a city-wide suspension of Pre-School to High School classes of both public and private schools as announced by Mayor Guia Gomez. Please keep posted for further updates. Read More »

No student activities on September 13


After a busy two-day Midterm examination, both teachers and students will have a longer break from the daily grind. To achieve this, the school community will not hold its regular co- and extra-curricular activities this Saturday, September 13. Please be guided accordingly. Read More »

FIS talks crime prevention


Fountain International School stands up against crime through a forum headlined by National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) Crime Prevention desk assistant chief Ms. Donna Lyn Caparas. Her talk focused on the types of crimes that usually happen in schools and how students can protect themselves from being victimized. Ms. Caparas emphasized ... Read More »

FIS student qualifies for golf tournament


Fountain International School Senior Marjorie Española qualified to represent the school in this year’s ICTSI-JGFP Interschool Golf Tournament which runs from August to October 2014. She will be pitted against other female players of her age bracket in the hope to clinch this year’s championship. JGFP, which stands for Junior ... Read More »

FIS to host crime prevention forum


In its bid to make the community a safer place, Fountain International School will host a crime prevention forum for youth on Wednesday, September 10. Gracing the event as speaker is Ms. Donna Lyn A. Caparas, the officer-in-charge of the Office of the Assistant Service Chief. She is one of ... Read More »

FIS teachers bond over Turkish Food


Teachers from Fountain International School recently bonded over Turkish Food last Saturday, September 6. This is one of the current thrusts of the school — that of solidifying the relationship among the members of the school community. Overseeing this one-of-a-kind bonding experience were Science teacher, Sir Beyto and School Director, ... Read More »

FIS kids attend review sessions

In preparation for the upcoming Midterm exams, many students from Fountan International School joined the free review sessions that were held last Saturday, September 6. Students chose the subjects they felt they needed most help in and did an in-depth review with the subject teacher of those subjects. Through these ... Read More »

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