Learning opportunities for all
Benefit from an inclusive curriculum,
and develop your skills with the right guidance and support
Showcase your talents
Participate in a variety of exciting events,
such as the popular Talent Nights and AMDG evenings
Play your part
Engage in extracurricular programmes and initiatives,
and be part of the community
Welcome to St Aloysius College Secondary School
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
St Aloysius College Secondary School is a Jesuit institution, which aims to accompany all students in their journey as adolescents to achieve their best potential, while educating them for life.
In order to help students become “men for others”, the School strives to promote the physical, emotional, social and spiritual development of all members of its educational community.
The School prepares its students to follow diverse educational pathways of their choice while embracing Ignatian values in their everyday lives.
Discover the 4 Cs and 10 Global Identifiers
The 4 Cs and 10 Global Identifiers are key to the Ignatian educational identity. To honour this, our College’s corridors are adorned with some colourful and meaningful reminders…
An Overview of our Secondary School
Here you will find details related to the timetable, uniform, choice of subjects, and more.
‘Moving to Secondary School’ – a unique guidebook for our students
Making the transition from primary to secondary school is not always easy. While it can be a period of excitement, it can also be disorientating and stressful.
To help make the move a little bit smoother for our Form 1s and Form 2s, we have put together a set of practical tips and useful information, styled as an engaging comic book by our talented alumnus, cartoonist Christian Curmi.
Admissions Policy for St Aloysius College
A range of extra-curricular sporting programmes are organised using our premises. A full update will be published before the start of the new academic year.
The Church annexed to our Secondary School has been fully restored and renovated with great care. Bookings for services may be made by contacting Fr Paul Chetcuti SJ on 7982 6899.
Our theatre is fully equipped with hi-tech sound and lighting technology, with a seating capacity of approximately 600. Bookings may be made by contacting Mr Clyde Camilleri on 9984 0087.
Our College stationery shop and printing hub is located on the first floor of our Secondary school. For more information, contact Ms Jacqueline Tonna on email@example.com
‘Learning by Refraction’: A two-day SLT seminar with Fr Johnny Go sj
Earlier this week, members of our College's Senior Leadership Team (SLT) participated in an intensive two-day seminar on the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm, facilitated by Fr Johnny Go sj. This was a unique opportunity for the team to learn the central ideas of the...
Sports Ground & Complex
Our sports ground offers a full-sized astro-turf pitch, six-lane athletics track, two tennis courts, an indoor sports pavillion, dance studios and more.
Students may make use of our fully equipped engineering lab which can be found in our Secondary School building.
Our Secondary School building also houses a state-of-the-art food lab, meeting the needs of our Hospitality students.
Fr Jimmy Bartolo SJ
Mr Edwin Ungaro
Head of Secondary School
Ms Roberta Vella
Assistant Head - Academics Form 1
Ms Sasha Borg
Assistant Head - Academics Form 2
Ms Jeanette Aquilina
Assistant Head - Academics Form 3
Mr John Busuttil
Assistant Head - Academics Form 4
Ms Vanessa Portanier Mifsud
Assistant Head - Academics Form 5 & Co-curricular activities
Ms Angele Briffa
Coordinator for Diversity in Learning
Fr Paul Zammit SJ
Mr Marco Bartolo
Prefect of Discipline
Ms Suzanne Pace
The PEOPLE FOR OTHERS PROGRAMME (POP) at our Secondary School
The mission of the Secondary School Chaplaincy is to foster the development of the students in Christian life and values.
Students can call on the Chaplain whenever they feel the need. If the issues concerns more discipline, their studies or some personal problem they are referred to the competent departments after obtaining their consent. On the other hand, other departments and members of the staff refer students to the Chaplaincy whenever the need arises, again after they obtain the students’
Members of staff also avail themselves of the presence of the Chaplain whenever they feel the need (a difficulty, confession, sharing about their lives…)
At times parents also contact the Chaplaincy when they feel the need to discuss something about their family or their children’s moral or Christian life.
Bringing out the best in our students in so many different ways
Annual cultural activities
Sharing our talents
Caring for the environment
Global citizenship – Active citizens in a changing world