Integral education and human excellence

A Jesuit education encourages students to integrate their intellectual, social, and spiritual lives.

Our focus is to care for students as individual, whole, multi-dimensionary persons and to help them integrate what they learn with how they chose to live as active citizens.

Focussing on the Ignatian goal of striving always to do and be our our very best for the benefit of others, St Aloysius’ College aims not only to offer students all the support they need to achieve their optimum academic potential, but also to be the best persons they can be, by recognising and developing their own individual gifts and abilities.

Jesuit Schools promote Human Excellence, which is captured in what we refer to as ‘the four C´s’, the pillars and background for Jesuit education – each student at our College is encouraged to be a Compassionate, Competent and Committed person, and a person of Conscience. You may find out more about this here.

A Summer Loving Pack: A Primary School Student Council initiative

It's the end of another scholastic year and the Primary School Student Council have been busy preparing fun and educational activities to while away the summer months. There is a Summer Bucket List, Wiġi's Recipe Book, the Red Chair Story Book and a Card Game for you...

Information Meeting for Prospective Sixth Form Students (scholastic year 2022-23)

**ATTENTION: Prospective Sixth Form Students (2022-23)**   >> ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE SIXTH FORM INFORMATION MEETING <<   An information meeting for prospective Sixth Form students was held at our Secondary School College Theatre on Thursday 9th June at 9.30...

Curiosity Week with our Prep 1s & Prep 5s – June 2022

Curiosity Week was celebrated as part of our school's Global Citizenship Programme. Discover what our Prep 1s and Prep 5s have been up to... Last week, at our Primary School, there was a rumour of some superheroes running around. Are you curious to get to know if it’s...

World Environment Day at our College – June 2022

World Environment Day is celebrated on the 5th June as an annual reminder of the importance of being aware and taking action for the protection of the environment. How did our school celebrate WED? Secondary School Following a number of lessons focused on video...

Connected Classrooms: Malta, India & the Philippines

Connected Classrooms A collaborative Educate Magis project between Malta, India and the Philippines Our Prep 1 students have participated in an interesting and insightful collaboration involving other Jesuit schools in the network (India and the Philippines),...

Celebrating Biodiversity Day at our Primary School

This year, the International Day for Biological Biodiversity was celebrated on the 22nd May. It is a United Nations–sanctioned international day for raising awareness of the vital importance of preserving biodiversity. Biodiversity is the living fabric of our planet....

Żanżan Kelma – Kompetizzjoni tal-Ispellija ġewwa l-Primarja

Din is-sena, il-Prep 5 introduċew ktieb tal-qari ġdid li jismu “L-Ispettaklu Stupend: Żanżan Kelma”. Il-ktieb isegwi l-istorja ta’ tifla “India” li tieħu sehem f’kompetizzjoni tal-ispellija. Kull kapitlu jibda b’kelma interessanti bil-Malti li tagħti ħjiel dwar dak li...

Meet EASYBEADS – our Sixth Form’s award-winning JAYE company

Following their success at the Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Malta Foundation (JAYE Malta) finals and awards night, we have touched base with the talented team behind easybeads: How did easybeads come along? What inspired you? Easybeads came about because of...

Update: Ongoing works at Sports Complex

Works are currently underway at the College Sports Grounds. All the surrounding olive trees have recently been transplanted to the Jesuit Retreat House at Mt St Joseph in Mosta, while other trees are in the process of being transplanted within the St Aloysius College...

Friends in the Lord Week at our Primary School

The community celebration which took place on Friday 13th May  brought together the various visits and encounters which were held over the past couple of weeks with the theme 'Friends in the Lord'. Featured above: Formation of Ignatius 500 (the Ignatian Year theme) by...