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St Aloysius’ College offers a learning

environment that encourages each student

to be:-

• Grateful for his own gifts, for the gift of

other people, and for the blessings of each

day; and generous with his gifts, becoming

a man for others;

• Attentive to his experience and to his

vocation; and discerning about the choices

he makes and the effects of those choices;

• Compassionate towards others, near and

far, especially the less fortunate; and loving

by his just actions and forgiving words.

• Faith-filled in his beliefs and hopeful for

the future;

• Eloquent and truthful in what he says of

himself, of the relations between people,

and of the world;

• Learned, finding God in all things; and wise

in the ways he uses his learning for the

common good;

• Curious about everything; and active in

his engagement with the world, changing

what he can for the better;

• Intentional in the way he lives and in his

use the resources of the earth, guided by

conscience; and prophetic in the example

he sets for others.

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haracteristics

It is hoped our graduates will be well-rounded, intellectually competent, open to growth,

religious, loving, committed to doing justice in generous service to the people of God –

a person who is competent and compassionate, a person whose conscience is sensitive

to the demands of the Gospel. They will be people of peace and justice, committed to

be agents of change in the world, who recognize how widespread is injustice, and how

pervasive are the forces of oppression, selfishness and consumerism

Fr Peter-Hans Kolvenbach SJ 1986