The school seal is the crown of laurel and lighted lamp. The laurel leaves symbolize the glory God gives to those who use intellectual achievements, not for their personal glory and interest, but for the glory of God and service of mankind. The lighted lamp stands for the Christian’s missionary role to light the world with the light of Christ. “You are the light…your light must shine at the sight of men, so that, seeing your good works, they may give praise to your Father in heaven.” (Mt. 5:14-16)



            The school motto is “Caritas Christi Urget Nos” – THE CHARITY OF CHRIST URGES US (2 Cor. 5:14). After the example of St. Paul, spurred on by the love of Christ, countless Sisters of St. Paul, full of zeal and fervor, crossed vast waters to establish St. Paul schools and pastoral health service institutions all over the world. Let every Paulinian aspire to live this charity of Christ.


            The colors are green and gold. Green is for the hope that all creation retains the hope of being freed from slavery, the hope to enjoy the freedom and the glory of the children of God (Rom. 8:21-22). Gold is for the glory that God has promised to His children and heirs “and we are children, we are heirs as well; heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ, sharing His suffering so as to share His Glory.” (Rom. 8:17).


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