||Jesuit schools are animated by the insights of St Ignatius as found in the Spiritual Exercises. These insights can characterise the quality of teaching and learning and suffuse the very organisation of the school.
In essence, Jesuit education tries to emphasise that all reality comes from and leads to God, and that God's love is revealed in the mystery of the human person. Jesuit schools aim at providing a sound intellectual and technological formation, not as an end in itself, but as an aid to the fullest possible development of each individual student.
Alan Harrison SJ
Former Provincial's Assistant for Education