Jesuit Schools

Mount St Mary’s College on the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire/South Yorkshire borders is a co-educational Jesuit independent boarding and day school for 11-18 year olds. While some its buildings date from earlier centuries, the main college was opened in 1842. In addition to its academic record, Mount St Mary's College is also proud of the pastoral care it offers pupils. Its extensive co-curricular programme encompasses societies, events, music lessons, drama productions, sports fixtures and other...
The Jesuit Institute is a partnership of Jesuits and lay people which provides inspiration, training and resources for Jesuit schools.  The Institute runs a programme of conferences for heads and school leaders, teachers, and pupils, with the aim of supporting them in the articulation and living out of their identity and mission as Jesuit schools.  It also generates and commissions resources for schools. In addition to the schools of the British Province, the Jesuit...
St Aloysius’ College was founded by the Society of Jesus in September 1859, with the aim of educating Catholic boys in and around Glasgow. In addition to its original 19th century buildings, the College’s Garnethill campus now includes a state-of-the-art Junior School and the Clavius building for Maths, Science and Technology. In 1979, St Aloysius’ College became a fully independent school for boys and girls, aged 3 to 18. As a Jesuit school, it shares in a tradition of educational excellence...

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