Magis Summer Programme for Primary and Secondary school students

Jul 23, 2021

 Categories

  Tags

Latest news stories

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...

read more

The Magis Summer programme consists of targeted revision classes for a select group of students in most need of additional support, in preparation for the upcoming scholastic year.

What does Magis mean?

*Magis is a Latin word that means “more” or “greater”. It is related to ad majorem Dei gloriam, a Latin phrase meaning “for the greater glory of God”, the motto of the Society of Jesus.

Primary School students (Preps 2-6) are attending classes in the core subjects; English, Maltese and Maths; while Secondary School students (Forms 1-4) are also attending lessons in the core subjects, as well as Physics, Spanish and Graphical Communication.

The programme was limited by both human resources and COVID-19 restrictions.

Communications Officer Administrator
Communications Officer - St Aloysius College Malta

Bringing you all the latest College news and updates!

See the complete editorial

Latest news stories