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Santa Isabel College
Mission and Vision Song

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Vision-Mission Statement and Core Values

SANTA ISABEL COLLEGE OF MANILA is an audacious Christ-Centered educational institution committed to empowering communities of learners into inner–directed Vincentian leaders who are advocates of persons in poverty situations and of God's creation.

Our Core Values

COMMITMENT TO VINCENTIAN EXCELLENCE
-Dedication to the highest ideals in the continuing pursuit of quality Christian and Vincentian education.
RESPECT FOR HUMAN DIGNITY
-Reverence for every person, and concern for promotion of life, human rights and total uman development.
RESPECT FOR GOD'S CREATION
-Reverence and care for God's creation and promotion of ecological sustainability.
ADVOCACY FOR PERSONS WHO ARE POOR
-Love of and preference for the poor as to orient the entire community in favor of persons in poverty situations; readily working for truth, justice and peace at all times; consistently living simple and transparent lives in relationships and chosen careers; observing social responisibility and accountability in the classroom, in the community and in the workplace; exuding a passion that engenders caring, compassionate life witnesses in human communities, among fellow citizens and within the church.
SIMPLICITY
-Love of, and living out of truth and freedom, honesty and transparency in relationships, living a modest and simple lifestyle in solidarity with the less privileged.

Our Enabling Values

COMPASSIONATE SERVICE
Sensitivity to the needs of others and zealous response of caring and sharing for persons who are poor and God's creation, out of a gentle and humble heart.
CO-RESPONSIBILITY
Spirit of stewarship, dialogue, partnership, participation, teamwork and collaboration in all endeavors for the good of humanity and the whole creation towards sustainable development.
SOCIAL COMMITMENT
Audacious love for country and Mother Earth; dedication to the transformation of communities and of unjust social structures, through changed personal attitudes and peaceful, non-violent means.
SOLIDARITY
Sense of communion with persons and families, regardless of gender, race color, creed and social economic status; and a firm determination to promote the common good.