The students of today are exposed to radical changes in outlook and life-style. They enjoy the conveniences of post-modernism, and are vested with power and knowledge. But they are not yet capable of ordering or prioritizing what they have learned and also they lack religious and mortal points of reference.
Hence our school and other educational institutions vigorously pursue the goal of the all-round benefit of the students and of the society at large. They are committed to offer innumerable young people the opportunity of growing in faith, accepting and living to the principles of truth, charity and hope. So our educational institutions should not merely be places for giving instruction to help the students pass their exams, but a centre illuminated by the Gospel message, fully attentive to the needs and aspirations of young people.