SHS Mission Statement
Sagesse High School is a Catholic, Anglophone, co-educational school that educates and motivates students from diverse backgrounds to become life-long learners and responsible citizens with strong ethical values. The school promotes various enriched educational opportunities and operates in an environment that instigates empathy and compassion.
We believe that
• each person is respected and valued as one created in the image and likeliness of God;
• knowledge enhances the goodwill of human kind and society;
• each person has equal worth and treats others with respect;
• students are prepared to actively and constructively contribute to the shaping of a better world;
• each person has unlimited potential and has the opportunity and capability to learn and develop into a well-rounded individual;
• learning is a flowing partnership among teachers, students and parents;
• human resources are the most important asset to the success of the mission.
SHS Profile of Graduate
Sagesse High School graduates are equipped with skills necessary to be successful, empathetic, and humanistic individuals that uphold balanced bases of ethical values and academic excellence. Specifically, Sagesse High School graduates will
1. demonstrate qualities of endurance as a result of their scholastic experiences where challenges are faced with maturity and introspection.
2. portray empathy, compassion, and humanism as a result of their exposure to diverse on and off campus activities where compassion, service and social awareness are central objectives.
3. demonstrate life-long learning attributes which allow them to progress everywhere and at any time.
4. materialize the understandings of honesty, credibility, and academic integrity encapsulated through their academic experiences with securing data and developing arguments.
5. respect and value local and foreign cultures by retrospective evaluation of scholastic experiences.
6. demonstrate skills that enable them to communicate with compassion and the intent to solve conflict rather than complicate it.
7. exteriorize a sense of belonging to their school environment and the world at large.
8. recognize and appreciate the achievements of others through collective, communal celebration of individualistic successes.