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Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic School

4324 Old Sta. Mesa, Manila 1016

Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic School
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic School

Rev. Fr. Marion C. Munda, Ph. D.

DIRECTOR

Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic School

Rev. Fr. Leo Angelo S. Ignacio

Assistant Director

ABOUT

Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic School was established in 1947 under the name of YLAC FREE SCHOOL. The school was changed to Sta. Mesa Parochial School in 1953 under the Capuchin Fathers. In 1995, the management of the institution was turned over to the Diocesan Fathers upon the instruction of His Eminence Jaime Cardinal Sin, the Archbishop of Manila and became a member of MAPSA (Manila Archdiocesan and Parochial Schools Assoc.). In 2007, as a result of the Board of Trustees resolutions, Sta. Mesa Parochial School changed its name to SACRED HEART OF JESUS CATHOLIC SCHOOL and obtained its Government Permit to offer the complete Secondary Course. In 2013, the school was granted candidate status by PAASCU and passed the accreditation in 2015 for Level 1. It was in the same year that the school was granted permit by the Department of Education to offer Senior High School (Grades 11 and 12). Consequently, the Curriculum for Academic track (Humanities and Social Science, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math and Accounting and Business Management) was approved and ready for implementation. In 2019, the school was granted Level II status by PAASCU. The institution continues to sustain its commitment to achieve Academic Excellence and total quality service through continuous improvement of its programs. With the infinite love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, guidance and inspiration of the Holy Spirit and intercession of the Blessed Mother, SHJCS looks ahead with great optimism for a better future.

VISION
A people called by the Father in Jesus Christ to become a Community of persons with Fullness of Life witnessing to the Kingdom of God by living the Paschal Mystery in the power of the Holy Spirit with Mary as Companion.

CORE IDENTITY
Inflamed by the Sacred Heart of Jesus, inspired by the APOSTOLIC VISION of the Archdiocese of Manila and in adherence to the thrusts of MAPSA, the SHJCS envisions itself as a Catholic Educational Institution that proclaims the Gospel, forms human persons and renews the Church and Nation.

MISSION
Through the ever-encompassing love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the SHJCS is committed to:
1. Promote religion as the heart of the curriculum by providing a nurturing Catholic learning environment & fostering Gospel values and well-being.
2. Develop holistic individuals that will become persons of character and competence.
3. Produce graduates who will become productive & responsible servant leaders.
4. Promote love of country and nationalism.
5. Exercise efficient management and delivery of services.


CORE VALUES
As a member of RCAM-ES/MAPSA, SHJCSians are the children of God that has mind, heart and body. We use our mind, heart and body to serve God, fellowmen and country.

SERVICE
by showing initiative and willingness to render a helping hand and not expecting anything in return.

“In everything I showed you that by working hard in this manner you must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He Himself said, “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” (Acts 20:35)

HUMILITY
by accepting one’s strengths and weaknesses as well as recognizing the strengths and weaknesses of others.

“He leads the humble in what is right and teaches the humble his way.” (Psalms 25:9)

JUSTICE
by giving everyone the possibility to enjoy a decent life worthy of becoming children of God.

"Learn to do good, seek justice, correct oppression bring justice to the fatherless, plead the widows’ cause." (Isaiah 1:17)

CHARITY
by showing our special love for the poor through good deeds.

"A generous man will himself be blessed, for he shares his food with the poor. “(Proverbs 22:9)

SIMPLICITY
by being simple in everything we do in our thoughts, words and actions.
"All things were made through Him, and without Him was not anything made that was made," (John 1:3)