375 students from various towns and villages all over Malta attend our school. There are 15 classes in all, three classes each in form. For a student to begin attending our school in Form 1 it is necessary for him to apply through the Secretariat for Catholic Education.
Formative and Cultural – Religion, Personal and Social Education, Social Studies, Maltese History, Environmental Studies, Music, Art, Media Education, Craft, Chess, Drama and Physical Education.
Languages – Maltese, English, Italian, German and French.
Sciences – Mathematics, Integrated Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computing and Information Technology.
Other Subjects – Accounting, Graphical Communications and Economics.
Choice of subjects at the end of Form 2
- Graphical Communications
- Home Economics
- IT VET
- PE Option
NOTE: For each option there has to be at least 10 students
Promotion to a higher form
Promotion is achieved by obtaining 50% or more in the final marks of each subject. The final marks in each subject are worked out in this way:
- 20% of the Half-Yearly Examination result
- 40% of the Assessment mark (based on the average marks of homeworks, written tests, oral tests, projects, etc.)
- 40% of the Annual Examination result
Thanks to this system, every student has the opportunity of obtaining his marks from all the work done throughout the scholastic year, and not just on the results of the exams. The student passes the exam by obtaining 50% or more in the final mark. In the event of failing the final mark the student will have to sit for the supplementary exam of the subject he failed in. These supplementary exams are held in the third week of August.
If the student obtains less than 50% in the final marks of six subjects or more then he will not be promoted and will have to repeat the year. We believe that this system is of benefit to the students who are thus more motivated in every subject.
School Hours: from 8.00am to 2.30pm (except during the month of June when lessons begin at 7.45am and end at 11.45am).
School Holidays: Our school holidays fall on the same days as those of state schools.