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.

Discover Educard – a JAYE company

What is Educard? Educard is a children’s educational game which targets children aged between 5 and 7 years. At Educard, our aim is to help visual learners read and understand basic subjects like Maltese, English, Mathematics and Science. Each card has been designed...

Reopening of Church Schools – Statement by the Secretariat for Catholic Education

Read the full statement issued by the Secretariat for Catholic Education regarding the reopening of Church Schools: 34 FTUH SKEJJEL TAL-KNISJA MT Parents/guardians are encouraged to follow the guidelines communicated by the College.

YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH IS A PRIORITY: STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARIAT FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION AND THE CHURCH SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION

YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH IS A PRIORITY STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARIAT FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION AND THE CHURCH SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION The Secretariat for Catholic Education and the Church Schools Association (CSA) are concerned about several issues raised in the white...

An Easter message and e-card from Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj

Our Rector, Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj, shares a special Easter message for all, from the Jesuit Community's Garden. Click here to watch it You can also view his e-card below: ** A reminder about the EASTER VIGIL ** The event will be live streamed from the St Aloysius Chapel...

World Down Syndrome Awareness Week: College Highlights

Over the past week, our Primary and Secondary school students celebrated World Down Syndrome awareness week by not only wearing, but also drawing colourful pairs of mismatched socks 🙂 Check out the photos below: Our Secondary School's Student Council has also...

Our Lady of Sorrows – An Online Event at our Secondary School

On the occasion of the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, the Chaplaincy team - Fr Paul Zammit sj and Ms Mary Bonnici Xuereb - put together a special online presentation, which was shared with the secondary school community. Built around the concept of suffering out of...

NEW VACANCY: Assistant Head – St Aloysius College Sixth Form

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Spotlight on Prep 5 DD – World Water Day 2021

Following their participation in activities organised in commemoration of World Water Day, Prep 5 DD have shared their experience with us: Our class followed the World Water Day Assembly attentively. It was a very interesting video prepared by Ms Roberta. We realised...

Juvenes Translatores translation contest: Sixth Form students get special mention

Juvenes Translatores is an annual contest aiming to promote multilingualism and provide an introduction to translation for students attending colleges around Europe. Following their successful participation in last November's edition, three of our Sixth Form students...

World Water Day Campaign: TELL US YOUR WATER

To commemorate World Water Day, the Jesuit Education Foundation has organised a multimedia activity for students of all ages: Water means different things to different people. In households, schools and workplaces, water can mean health, hygiene, dignity, and...