“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.