Person oriented: by paying individual attention to each student and making the teaching and learning student centered.

Integral formation and development: by paying special attention to intellectual, affective, imaginative, aesthetic, creative, critical, communicative, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual aspects of the individual.

Faith in God and religious experience: by promoting well- formed and strongly-held beliefs in one’s faith tradition and deepening one’s relationship with God.

Value-based leadership: by ensuring a consistent focus on personal integrity and ethical behavior in all professions, and the appropriate balance between justice and fairness.

Commitment to excellence: by applying well-learned lessons and skills to achieve new ideas, better solutions and vital answers.

Relevant to the times: by adapting to the concrete situations, politically, socially and culturally.

Service that promotes justice: by using learning and leadership in open-handed and generous ways to ensure freedom of inquiry, the pursuit of truth and care for others.

Participative: by encouraging interaction among the pupil, parents and teachers.