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.

Celebrating the feast day of St Ignatius of Loyola: the Pilgrimage continues!

July 31st is the feast day of the Founder of the Society of Jesus; St Ignatius of Loyola. From a noble and soldier to pilgrim and founder, he was a truly different kind of saint, often described as 'worldly', who encouraged his followers, the Jesuits, to 'find God in...

In Memoriam – Mr Paul Borg

  We are deeply saddened to announce the sudden passing of Mr Paul Borg; a greatly respected colleague, beloved friend, and inspiring teacher. Everyone within the educational community at St Aloysius College and beyond is still incredulous at the sad reality that...

Career Guidance services for prospective Sixth Form students

** Attention all prospective Sixth Form students ** The St Aloysius College - Malta Career Guidance Department is offering its help and advice to prospective students in the selection of courses and subjects on: Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st August 2021, between 9.00...

FINAL COUNTDOWN: It’s Soirée week!

We're counting down the days to this year's much sought-after special edition of the legendary Soirée, organised by our talented group of Sixth Formers, which will be held on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th July 🙂 Have you bought your tickets yet? If not, click here:...

CALL FOR QUOTATIONS: Prefabricated Classrooms

Quotations are being sought for the rental or purchase of Prefabricated Classrooms to be located at the Primary School in Balzan, and the Secondary School in Birkirkara. Supply and installation is to be completed by not later than September 20, 2021. All interested...

How a broken chair has brought us together: An Interschool Online Dialogue between England, Ireland, Italy and Malta

Featured above: Photos taken during the online sessions La Silla Roja, or The Red Chair Campaign, is a Jesuit global citizenship education campaign working to defend the right to education of millions of children and youth all over the world who are out of school....

New Vacancies at College: Secondary School & Sixth Form

** New vacancies at our Secondary and Sixth Form ** You will find details in the visuals below. For more information, kindly email recruitment@staloysius.edu.mt.

Consultative Discernment in Common: Towards strategically planning our College’s future

Monday 31st May was not only the last day of a busy month but also the culmination of a series of discernment sessions organised for our College's Senior Leadership Team, which involved a close and reflective look at the key global identifiers of a Jesuit education. ​...

NEW VACANCY: Full-time Procurement Officer

St Aloysius College is currently seeking to recruit a Procurement Officer, with finance duties, to join their team on a full-time basis. The selected candidate will be responsible for evaluating suppliers, products and services, and ensuring that approved purchases...

IGNATIUS 500: Celebrating 500 years from the conversion of St Ignatius of Loyola

500 years ago, Ignatius of Loyola was hit by a cannonball in the Battle of Pamplona, which led to a change in his life. He came to see everything in a new way... Thursday 20th May marked the start of the Ignatian Year (20th May 2021– 31st July 2022). In honour of this...