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This descriptive-correlation study attempted to assess and correlate the level of oral English proficiency and selected profile variables of 79 faculty of the Fountain International School (Philippines), consisting of 8 pre-elementary school, 29 elementary school and 42 high school teachers. A researcher-made questionnaire consisting of 25 items which were content validated covers five (5) dimensions, namely; pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, fluency and intonation. The assessment was made by the unit head, peers and the teachers themselves, including selected students in the case of elementary and high school teachers. The obtained raw data were treated statistically using the percentage, weighted mean, ration coefficient, and point biserial coefficient of correlation. Likewise, the ANOVA was used to test the significant difference in the assessment of the groups of respondents. From the findings revealed in the study, the researcher is moved to conlcude that pre-elementary, elementary and high school teachers of the school respondent are “much proficient” in their oral English, with varying level of proficiency. Also apparent from the findings has lead to construing that the high school teachers are more proficient than the elementary and pre elementary teachers. Their level of proficiency varies in relation to their profile. Among others, fluency and vocabulary need to be emphasized in teachers’ in service training.