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St Ignatius Loyola

The Founder of the Jesuits

The Founder of the Jesuits

The Founder of the Jesuits

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Rev. Fr Arturo Sosa

Superior General

Superior General

Superior General

    A new society through the transformation f students.
    We seek to form students into competent, committed and compassionate person who make creative contributions in transformation of society.
Core Values
  • Magis (Excellence)
  • Compassion for others
  • Committed to learning
  • Personal transformation
  • Care for nature and earth
  • Collaboration and networking
  • Respect for all religions


 Jesuit Education acknowledges God as the Author of all reality, all truth and knowledge. God is present and working in all of creation – in nature, in history and in persons. It affirms the radical goodness of the world charged with the grandeur of God and it regards every element of creation as worthy of study and contemplation, capable of endless exploration. Jesuit education assists in the total formation of each individual within the human community. It insists on individual care and concern for each person.

It emphasizes on active participation rather than passive reception in the learning process.

Since education is a lifelong process, Jesuit education tries to instill a joy in learning and a desire to learn that will remain beyond the days in school.

Jesuit education is value oriented. It encourages knowledge, love and acceptance of self and realistic knowledge of the world, in which we live.
Jesuit education is a preparation for an active life of commitment. It serves the faith that does justice. It manifests a particular concern for others, especially the poor and the needy.
Jesuit education pursues excellence in its work of formation and the pursuit of academic excellence is always within the context of human excellence

Prayer Of St. Ignatius Loyola

Dear Lord ! Teach me to be generous,

Teach me to serve you as you deserve,

To give and not to count the cost,

To fight and not to heed the wounds,

To labour and not to look for any reward,

Except that of knowing that I do Your will,

O my God