VISION

To be a leading, internationally recognized Catholic school for girls that:

  • SHAPES character;
  • NURTURES God-given talents; and
  • FIRES EXCELLENCE in all areas of life
  • MISSION

    We are committed to: providing a GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE curriculum in a CARING ENVIRONMENT; offering HOLISTIC EDUCATION grounded on spiritual-moral formation, academic excellence, talent development; and social responsibility; and fostering a CHRIST CENTERED COMMUNITY in the service of CHURCH, FAMILY and SOCIETY.



    MAIN THRUSTS

    • Academic Excellence
    • Moral Uprightness
    • Social Responsibility

    CORE VALUES

    • Charity of Christ (Charity)
    • Simplicity of Mary (Simplicity)
    • Zeal of Fr. Louis Chauvet (dynamism in prayer, compassion, and quest for knowledge)
    • Charism of St. Paul (fidelity to truth, sincerity, risk-taking, hardwork, faith, humility, acceptance, and transendence of the cross)

    EXPECTED SCHOOLWIDE LEARNING RESULTS (ESLRS)

    A Paulinian graduate is . . .

    An ACADEMICALLY EXCELLENT woman who:

    • Exhibits creative and critical thinking skills to solve problems, make informed decisions, innovate, and produce quality work;
    • Uses information, media, and technology competently, ethically, and responsibly;
    • Displays leadership skills as she collaborates with others to exchange ideas, create new understandings, explore perspectives, and apply knowledge to real life situations;
    • Manifests a positive attitude towards learning and strives to be a lifelong learner.

    A MORALLY UPRIGHT woman who:

    • Exudes honor and integrity in dealing with self and others;
    • Respects life in all its forms and upholds the dignity of all creation;
    • Serves as a good role model of Catholic Christian values in the community and the society.

    A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE woman who:

    • Takes pride in her national heritage and is empowered to participate actively in nation building;
    • Volunteers and responds to poverty alleviation, environment stewardship, and peace building;
    • Recognizes and respects individual and cultural differences;
    • Demonstrates ability to work productively as a member of local and global society.