RVM Education Ministry

INTRODUCTION:

The contemporary culture of education necessitates that Catholic schools, in general, and RVM schools, in particular, convey values and principles to the youth so they can achieve personal growth and psycho-spiritual and social maturity that in turn, will make them contribute to the common good of society.

The thrust of RVM schools is towards an integral process that would bring about a Transformative Ignacian Marian Education. This encompasses an inclusive education that promotes and respects diversity in all aspects of life.

Transformative Ignacian Marian Education also involves engaging in responsible partnerships to sustain national and global leverage for students to connect with the different social context and to respond appropriately to present-day issues to improve the life especially of those who belong to the disadvantaged sectors of society.

The RVM 20th Ordinary General Chapter impels RVM educators to grow deeper interiorly and revitalize their passion for engaging in the renewed evangelizing mission of the Church to brring about fullness of life in Jesus Christ.

 

VISION

In our Education Ministry, we witness to the loving compassion of Jesus, the Teacher.  True to our Ignacian Marian identity, we empower and nurture learning communities towards ethical and corporate responsibility for inner and social transformation for the common good.

 

MISSION

We commit ourselves to:

  1. Grow deeper in discernment and interior freedom to be prophets of hope in today’s world;
  2. Continuously form Ignacian Marian leaders who witness to faith, excellence, and service in varied socio-cultural settings;
  3. Constantly pursue innovative programs, approaches, and educational strategies to develop world-class professionals;
  4. Build up resources and capabilities to respond to contemporary issues towards the enhancement of quality of life; and
  5. Expand our educational thrust for the poor.

 

KEY DIRECTIONS

  1. Transformative Ignacian Marian education towards service for the common good
  2. Strong and relevant institutional social programs to enhance quality of life
  3. Responsible partnership to sustain and advance human welfare