Community of Parents

All parents of St Aloysius College form the Community of Parents, who together support and accompany each other in their human and spiritual journey.

Their social, emotional and spiritual needs are identified and addressed by a core group of parents within each school. Each of the three committees meets regularly to organise various formation activities and events to address these needs, and bring the parents together.

This fosters and strengthens the parents’ sense of belonging to the school and the College, and encourages compassion and solidarity towards all community members.

The Community of Parents supports parents and their children throughout their years at College. 

For more information, email info@staloysius.edu.mt

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