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Our Elementary School programme offers students a comprehensive and well rounded experience in and out of the classroom.


Our High School programme offers students a comprehensive and well rounded experience in and out of the classroom.

School Life


Activities offered beyond the classroom are extensive and fulfilling.


It is our mission and responsibility at SJI International to support the health and wellbeing of students within our school community.




Our SJI International alumni community is 1200 strong, and remains connected globally.


Spirituality - we should:

  • learn what is true, just, beautiful and good, guided by the Catholic philosophy that finds harmony not a contradiction in spirit and matter, faith and reason
  • take full advantage of the opportunities provided for prayer and/or reflection in the school, consistent with the SJI motto of Ora et labora (Pray and Work)
  • follow one’s own faith whatever it might be (special provision is made for children of Catholic faith)


Mutual Respect - we should:

  • treat each other with respect, fairness and kindness
  • communicate openly and frankly
  • be sensitive to other people’s opinions and aspirations
  • make compromises with respect to our own preferences for the sake of the community
  • as leaders, make decisions as democratically as possible, through genuine consultation with all stakeholders, including students, parents, staff and board members


Internationalism - we should:

  • seek to find out about and understand the cultures of other community members
  • sustain interest in our own languages and cultures
  • develop a perspective as global citizens through talks, discussions and curriculum activities
  • avoid prejudice and ensure that our opinions about other communities are based upon evidence


Leadership - we should:

  • be willing and equipped to take responsibility and to lead others, especially in the service of the less fortunate
  • develop the capacity to lead through inspiration rather than by exercising authority 


Experiences - we should:

  • be willing to be taken out of our physical and psychological ‘comfort zone’ through challenging, character-building experiences
  • expect, as we get older, that the challenges will be more demanding
  • integrate aspects of the formal curriculum into adventurous and physically stretching expeditions so that we learn in a holistic, cross-curricular and unforgettable way


Services - we should:

  • be generally helpful to everyone around us
  • develop skills and habits that will enable us to serve the school, nation and global community
  • offer practical support to the less fortunate members of these communities
  • reduce and recycle to preserve the environment for future generations