Our educational vision is holistic, pupil-centred, excellence-oriented, rooted in Catholic faith, and based on the assumed cooperation of all the stakeholders. It is holistic because it aims at the total development of the pupil’s intellectual, emotional, social, cultural, aesthetic, moral, physical, spiritual and religious dimensions. It is pupil-centred in so far as the teacher is more a mentor, a facilitator and a catalyst who inspires confidence and promotes active learning instead of passive listening to his lecture. It is excellence-oriented in the sense that it is a ceaseless striving after Magis (meaning, greater and greater). Attainment of excellence depends on tenacity, right relationship, cooperation with others, and competition with oneself.

The matrix of the Jesuit system is the person, message and life of Jesus Christ as expressed and rooted in the tradition of the Catholic faith. It is open to the divine as revealed in all faiths and religions. Jesuit education is incomplete without developing the relationship between the student and the Transcendent. This relationship with God expresses itself in service to others, especially in the promotion of justice. It is thus service of faith promoting justice. The stakeholders in the participative process of education are pupils, parents and educators. The educators imbibe the Jesuit system and implement it. As co-educators, the parents support the teachers and supplement their efforts by supervising their children’s study at home. The pupils realize that everything is done for them and they respond with responsibility and reap the reward. Thus, a Jesuit school is a living and interacting community, not just a lifeless cluster of buildings or a mere conglomerate of individuals.