School Emblem, Motto & Scripture

School Emblem



The centre of the School Emblem contains a Bible with the words of the School Motto: Fides et Virtus (Faith and Strength). The School Scripture – I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full (The Gospel of John, Chapter 10, Verse 10) – encapsulates the aims and objectives of the school to provide an all-round, quality education for young people to ensure that they develop their full potential and live abundantly. The Chi-Rho symbol, “XP”, is formed from the first two letters chi and rho of the Greek word Christ. The triangle represents the trinity within the Godhead: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It also symbolizes the triune nature of man: spirit, mind and body. One of the double circles represents the completeness and unity of life and God’s created order, while the other symbolizes a wedding ring, showing friendship and love without end, and among individuals.


School Motto & Scripture