The Jesuit Education is inspired by the vision of man drawn from the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and based on the principles of character formation elaborated by Saint Ignatius of Loyola.
The Jesuit Schools aim at the integral personal formation of the young and it sets before the students the high ideals of love and service, concern for human life and dignity and the environment, higher intellectual pursuits, honesty in all things, a culture of hard work, tolerance towards all and thus form them to be men and women for others and for others.
Hence special efforts are made to:
- help the students to become mature and spiritually oriented men and women of character
- encourage the students to honestly strive for excellence in all aspects of life
- be clear and firm on principles and courageous in action
- learn to value and judiciously use freedom
- be selfless in the service of others.
The schools propose to their students the motto ‘AD MAJOREM DEI GLORIUM’ (for the greater glory of God) and emphasize excellence.
The Jesuit Schools are specially oriented towards the development of Nagaland. They therefore, co-operate with the Government to give an employment-cum-productivity base to the educational system.
English is the medium of Instruction.
The curriculum is that which is prescribed for the schools in Nagaland. Religion and Moral Education are important aspects of the school curriculum. All the students are required to complete a programme of manual skills and physical labour on a regular basis.
The Schools hold Assembly in the morning. The students are divided into houses. The object of the Assembly is to train the students for citizenship and leadership. The House System generates a spirit of healthy competition and a sense of loyalty.
Co-curricular activities form an essential part of Education. It is obligatory for every student to participate