During these months that have gone by since the school year began, I’ve felt nothing but gratitude for Fontan School. The school has treated my daughter in a very special way. She has been respected as a person, with her strengths and weaknesses. The personnel are highly qualified to guide her... It really is a blessing to have the chance to belong to this new family. God bless the school, and may He continue leading it in the education and guidance of our children. Thank you, thank you.
Since my son entered Fontan School, he’s been very cheerful. He loves his school very much. Every morning, he wakes up feeling happy. He has developed a great sense of responsibility to his mentor, academic requirements, classmates and members of the board. The school believes in its students. It gives them a lot of freedom, but requires them to meet high standards. At the same time, it gives them all they need to perform well academically. The school also teaches them to respect themselves, their classmates and their superiors. Students know that the school only wants what’s best for them, so they feel a huge responsibility not to let it down.
We are a relatively new family in the school. Our daughter, Elena, has been here two years and a half. We came to Fontan School when we were looking for a school for our daughter when she was two and a half years old. Right from our first visit to the school, she's felt at home, and so have we. She's felt happy since she began taking the tests. As a family, we are happy in Fontan. We love the support we get from the school. They support Elena and us as well. They’re always there every step of the way. We have managed to turn the challenging moments for her and for us into opportunities for growth, thanks to the feedback and fluid communication between the Fontan personnel and us. When the holidays come, Elena can't wait to return to her school and she always misses her dear mentor, Ester. It's a place where Elena is developing, and she feels very motivated to do what she feels passionate about. She loves challenges (homework). She doesn’t think of them as an obligation, but she actually enjoys them. She wants to complete them even when she’s sick. I see Fontan as a place loved by every person who is a part of it, where differences co-exist and are respected, where skills and passions develop and where, at the end of the road, young people get to love knowledge.