Sixth Form Students’ Council

The student council is made up of a group of 8 students: 4 first year students and 4 second year students. They are elected by the student body every year in November. They are a key link between the student body and the administration. They are an extremely active and dynamic council that take care of various initiatives such as organising a welcome party for our first year students to settle down and feel at home. They also organise events to showcase students talents such as the Amplified concert, or student debates on current issues.

The council regularly organises fundraising events such as bake-sales, quiz nights or film nights to support important initiatives such as Pink October or the Jesuit campaigns. They regularly put forward proposals to the management of how to improve the student experience as well as select refurbishment projects that the council can carry out for the Sixth Form.

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Dear parents/guardians and members of staff, We encourage you to read this article carefully. Let us continue to support young people in our country. Please share the article with your friends. The letter has been signed by the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) or...

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A welcome message from our Rector, Fr Jimmy Bartolo SJ

Dear parents/guardians, members of staff and students, Fr Jimmy Bartolo SJ, on behalf of the Council of Heads, would like to share a welcome message with you all: Click here to watch the video Follow us on Facebook #sac #newscholasticyear #welcomemessage...

Back to School: Celebrating the first day at College

The first day of scholastic year 2021-2022 is finally here! After a challenging year of alternating online and physical lessons, it is such a thrill to see our educational community filling the hallways and classrooms once again. Our Primary School's students and...

SIXTH FORM UPDATE: Admissions Process

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UPDATE: Sixth Form book lists now available!

The new set of Sixth Form book lists for scholastic year 2021-2022 are now available. Kindly click on the links below: St Aloysius Sixth Form-Merlin 2021-22 20212022-st-aloysius-college-intermediate-level-nopricing 20212022-st-aloysius-college-advanced-level-nopricing...

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Discover the process that led to the presentation of objectives for the three-year (2021 – 2024) strategic plan for St Aloysius College: Click here to view the document The document features the common objective for the whole community, mission statements and...

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Admission into St Aloysius College Sixth Form

Following the closing of the application period earlier this week, we are pleased to announce that all applications for entry into our Sixth Form have been processed. ** PLEASE READ THE DOCUMENTS BELOW CAREFULLY ** RANK ORDER AND WAITING LISTS Aloysians & Staff...