Lourdes School of Quezon City

Lourdes School Of Quezon City

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Lourdes School of Quezon City

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Lourdes School Quezon City is a private, Catholic educational institution owned and founded by the Capuchins in Quezon City, Philippines, beside the National Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. The school is also known by the acronym LSQC, which differentiates it from its sister school, Lourdes School of Mandaluyong (LSM).

The school is named after and devoted to the Our Lady of Lourdes and is under the patronage of St. Francis of Assisi.

School Program

The Lourdes School Quezon City offers four levels of education: High school, Grade school, Preparatory school, and Kindergarten. Historically, LSQC was an exclusive school for boys across all levels; however, in the late 1970s, the high school department began admitting girl scholars and in the late 90's eventually became fully coeducational.

Students who cannot afford the tuition fee may avail of the school's Financial Assistance Program which offers study grants to academically competent children from low-income families.

Official Seal

The school's seal features the motto "Pax et bonum", a traditional Franciscan greeting which means "Peace and goodwill" or "Peace and the good" (often imprecisely translated as "Peace and all good". Note that the word "all", in any of its Latin translations, does not appear in the phrase).

The seal is prominently displayed on the school's uniforms, official bus, fa├žade, and the skywalk which connects the grade school and the high school...
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