We are a respected dynamic cradle of achievers cited for the academic competence of our students in the fields of Science, Mathematics and Technical Skills.

We have competitively compensated competent administration, faculty and staff, state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, up-to-date policies and procedures responsive to the needs of the constituents and the funding required to ensure quality education and to promote Christian Values and a sense of civic responsibility.


For our students, we commit to mold and nurture their young hearts and minds in Christ, enrich their lives particularly in areas of Science, Mathematics and Technical Skills and give them opportunities towards their chosen course.

For the personnel, we commit to provide training, support, care and spiritual formation to enable them to assume their responsibilities faithfully.

For our community, we commit to contribute to the upliftment of its quality of life through our students and graduates who are competent, God- fearing and morally responsible.


          The Fiore del Carmelo School is a private institution run by the Institute of our Lady of Carmel. This congregation of Carmelite sisters was founded in Italy in 1854 by Blessed Maria Teresa Scrilli. The charism of the Institute is to provide quality Christian and civic education to the young from their most tender years to adolescence. The Fiore del Carmelo School opened in June 2001 with classes in the nursery and kindergarten levels. Through the years, the School added more levels until 2007 when it started offering the full complement of pre-school and elementary levels. In April 2008, Fiore graduated its first batch of grade VI pupils. From 18 pupils in 2001, Fiore now has 417 pupils. Fiore opens its doors to the children from the depressed areas. Constituting two thirds of the pupils at Fiore, these children are given scholarships to help them finish their basic education. Twenty qualified teachers handle classes with a maximum size of 32. Other classes are smaller, thus ensuring quality education.

          Classroom instruction is enhanced, and made more relevant through various curricular and extra-curricular activities. There are programs that help hone the singing, dancing and other creative talents of the pupils, academic competitions such as quiz bees, speech contests, art contests and the like that develop their mental capabilities and activities such as boy and girl scouting and sports that develop good behavior and values such as sportsmanship, and care and respect for others. Basic to its curriculum is the religious instruction.

          Aware that the education and training of the young must not end with elementary education, Fiore has instituted in June 2009 a secondary level with emphasis on science-technical-vocational education. Our vision includes providing its pupils a strong foundation for college for those who can afford to move on to higher education and providing those who cannot with skills such as carpentry, welding, plumbing, care giving, dressmaking, and cosmetology (to name a few) that will help them earn a living after high school.

          In 2016 Fiore Del Carmelo launches it Senior High School program in accompliance to the K-12 program of the Department of Education (DEPED). Grade 11 and 12 students are introduced to industry based skills. They can choose from either CSS or SMAW as their skill strand. In cooperation with the Technical Education Skills and Development Authority (TESDA) the students will be having their skill assessment and they will be granted with a National Certificate if they pass the competency assessment.