“We aim to form leaders in service, men and women of competence, conscience and compassionate commitment.”
FOUR PILLARS OF JESUIT EDUCATIUON:
- Social Transformation: Jesuit education aims not merely at economic enhancement of the individual or society but creating men and women for others
- Spiritual Transformation: Jesuit education focuses on the formation of values, attitudes in the students. We believe that true knowledge leads us to God ultimately.
- Intellectual Transformation: Develop imaginative, affective and creative dimension of the students.
- Personal Transformation: Develop to the fullest possible way the God given talents or the self image of the learners
Objectives of Jesuit Education
“The aim of Jesuit education is the formation of principled, value-oriented persons for others after the example of Jesus Christ.”
- Proposes Christ as the model of human life.
- Aims at bringing about a true metanoia – a change of heart by which a person turns from selfish concerns to complete and unreserved generosity towards God and His Kingdom.
- Seeks to form ‘men and women for others’.
- Aims to create leaders with the potential for influencing and transforming the society.
- Assists in the total formation of each individual within the human community.
- Is value-oriented. Imparting right values through education is the prime concern of Jesuit education.
- Pursues excellence in its work of formation.
- Manifests a particular concern for the poor.
- Stresses on extra-curricular activities. These enable students to gain confidence and self-reliance, necessary for face the challenges of the world.
- Insists on individual care and concern for each person.
- Encourages life-long openness to growth.
- Serves the faith that does justice.
- Is preparation for active life commitment.
- Relies on spirit of community among teaching staff, administrators, Jesuit community, governing boards, parents, students, former students, and benefactors.
- Promotes dialogue between faith and culture.