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Pitogo, Sinunuc, Zamboanga, 7000, Philippines
"Where love, concern, and success meet"
Regional Science High Sch, Sinunuc National High Sch, Don Pablo Lorenzo Memorial, Zamboan Chong Hua High Sch, College of Commerce and Acco
The Turkish/Filipino Tolerance School is a private, Filipino, non-profit school established by the ICAD foundation, a private, non-profit, non-stock Filipino organization established under the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) on April 16, 1996. As of 2013 it operated two other schools: one elementary school (Fountain International School – Annapolis Campus), and one high school established in 2006 (Fountain International School – Santolan Campus), both of which are in San Juan, Philippines. The Armed Forces of the Philippines have recognized the Filipino-Turkish Tolerance School in Zamboanga for their contribution to peace in the region.
Filipino Turkish Tolerance School Wikipedia
The academic year begins in the second week of August and ends in the second week of May. The academic year is divided into three terms.
Courses offered are: English, Mathematics, Computer, Filipino, Earth Science, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Social Studies, Values, Turkish, Physical Education, Environmental Science
In the Philippines, preschool/kindergarten education is a requirement before entering the elementary level. Children aged five who get accepted by an institution become students. Kinder 1 session is offered during the afternoon, while Kinder 2 is offered during the morning. The subjects offered are English, Science, Mathematics, Filipino, Computing, and physical education.
The FTTS’s kindergarten room is air-conditioned, has rubberized flooring and can host a maximum of 25 students per classroom.
There are regular activities which range from singing and dancing to drawing, writing and reading.
The school offers one on-campus dormitory for boys while girls are housed outside the campus grounds.
The dormitory is considered unusual, as it has a fixed daily schedule with mentors assigned to each educational tier with the aim of aiding students at a range of occasional meetings. Dormitories have a two-hour study time from 7 pm to 9 PM every day except Saturdays. Each Thursday, students and mentors watch the latest movies together.
FTTS offers a soccer pitch field with floodlights so that students can play during the evenings.