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.

The (citrus) fruit of collaboration: citrus-picking at the Jesuit Community Garden

The Jesuit Community has once again welcomed our students in their lovely garden to pick oranges and lemons. They will be available for sale to our students and staff at €3 per bag as from Thursday 27th January. All proceeds will be donated to families in need. Click...

It’s Soirée season: Legally Blonde, coming soon to our College Theatre!

The much-awaited and well-loved St Aloysius College Sixth Form Soirée is back, and we are super pleased to announce that it will once again take place in our Theatre from the 10th-13th February. The dedicated SAC Soirée Committee have given us a glimpse of what has...

Congratulations, Roberta Metsola President of the European Parliament

Photo taken from Roberta Metsola's official Facebook page Politician and lawyer, Roberta Metsola, has just been elected President of the European Parliament following a nomination by the European People's Party and a successful campaign in the race to presidency....

Double victory for our College at the HSBC Malta Foundation Climate Action Network School Competition

Towards the end of last year, the HSBC Malta Foundation announced the winners of the 2021 Climate Competition, in which primary and middle school students were asked to create projects themed in relation to environmental protection. The initiative was organised within...

Let us protect our youth and future generations – Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj

Fr Jimmy's article regarding the new Cannabis law has been published on The Malta Independent: The Bill on the recreational use of cannabis was approved by Parliament without any amendments and came into effect after President George Vella signed it on 18 December. It...

A Christmas Message from our Rector, Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj

Our Rector, Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj, shares his traditional Christmas message with the College's educational community: A Christmas ecard from Fr Jimmy sj Watch the video message here  Join us as we celebrate seeing things anew in Christ at our special Christmas vigil....

Welcome, Fr Michael Debono sj!

Fr Michael Debono sj, a past pupil of College, has successfully finished his theological studies and has arrived in Malta to begin his mission at St Aloysius College. Fr Michael will serve as assistant Coordinator of the Eucharistic Youth Movement (EYM). He will also...

Meet the team: our Sixth Form’s Student Council

As we know, our new Sixth Form's Student Council (2021-2022) has been recently elected. Its members are as follows: President: Julia Gauci Vice President: Faith Kira Camilleri Secretary: Bradley Cachia Vice Secretary: Miriana Ciantar Treasurer: Martina Cortis Public...

Cannabis Bill Update: Closing of Petition to Parliament

Cannabis Bill Update: Closing of Petition to Parliament Read the letters below: 11122021 closing of petition english 11122021 closing of petition malti Click here to read more and sign the petition

Seeing things anew in Christ – A Christmas Vigil for the St Aloysius College Community

Celebrate Christmas with the St Aloysius College Community on Friday 24th December. * Mass in English at 9 am, St Aloysius College Church * Mass in Maltese at 10.30 pm, St Aloysius College Theatre. >> COVID-19 protocol will be followed Click here for...