Mission: To deliver a comprehensive guidance and counseling program to the members of the school community, families, and other relevant people. FIS will help all students acquire the skills, knowledge, and character necessary to become lifelong learners and productive members of the society.

Vision: FIS believes that a comprehensive guidance and counseling program should be available to all students and that it should be an important part of the overall education process. We also believe that all students would accomplish academic, career, and personal/social goals if a comprehensive guidance and advice curriculum is applied regularly.

Philosophy: We believe that every student has their own unique skills necessary to attain success.


A. Individual Inventory – To gather all reliable data, information, and records and assemble and compile them for their practical use. The individual inventory consists of the following:
     •  Personal Information Data
     • Guidance and Counseling Form.
B. Counselling – To help students with any academic, personal, social, spiritual, emotional, or family issues or concerns. There are three types of counseling:
   • Individual counseling – To help students with school-related problems arising from academic, personal, social, or family conflicts. Some common issues include adjustment to school, changing peer relationships, parent expectations, and study habits.
    • Group counseling – To help a group of students with typical behavioral and other personality problems that may need directive counseling efforts from the guidance counselor.
    • College counseling– To help students on their learning plan for graduation and their career pathway. Link their academic strengths and high school strands to tertiary education.
C. Information Service – To assists students to make suitable decisions in case of educational planning and career and vocational career. At the same time, it helps students adjust well to different social situations, including school situations and occupational situations.
D. Testing Service – To measure the ability and identify students’ potentials and weaknesses to facilitate forming a general picture or pattern and understanding their behavior.
E. Placement Service – To assist students to find out their place in the educational setting in the occupational world considering their abilities, interests, skills, aptitudes, and attitudes.
F. Follow-up Service – To evaluate and ascertain the student’s progress and performance in educational career and activities. Also, the follow-up service ensures that the student has learned appropriate behaviors and decisions regarding his/her problem or need.
E. Research and Evaluation Service – The research service helps guidance personnel to redirect and re-orient the various other services which are already provided. The evaluation process is an essential part of continuous guidance in nature and is done from time to time because it completes the entire process of the school’s guidance.

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