Message from the Administration


Dear Parents/Guardians:

A warm welcome to all of our parents! We extend an extra special welcome to 35new scholars and their parents of our Crusader family!

Our theme this year is “Catholic Schools: Lead. Learn. Serve. Succeed; Nurturing Body, Mind & Spirit.”  Our mantra this year comes from our school motto:” I am a student of EXCELLENCE.  I am a student of HONOUR. I am a student of TRUTH. We believe when we say this every day, it will become a part of our very being and we will become who we say we are.

This year we will focus on five core areas: Building Relationships, Student Engagement, Collaboration, Self-Discipline and Prayer. We firmly believe that this school will continue to soar to even greater heights this academic year; and with all stakeholders working together, we will accomplish our goals.

We are proud to boast that we have begun this school year on a winning streak. We ended the last academic year winning the prestigious Laws of Life Essay Competition, and are beginning this year with outstanding student performances in writing, science and technology.

We had 16 primary students as well as our Principal, enter the Commonwealth Writers’ Competition at the end of the last school year. We are elated to announce that MSSCA students placed 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th overall and three students placed in the top 10 of their age group categories, and our Principal received a 2nd place finish in the adult category.

In addition to our writing accomplishments, incoming senior, Dwight Malcolm was selected from among the brightest minds in the country to attend the very competitive summer engineering programme at Kettering University this summer. We are very proud to announce that Dwight outscored all other scholars on the final Physics examination, scoring 100%.

Moreover, five of our students who ended the 9th grade last academic year were selected for the ICT information technology course held at BTVI this summer. All of them graduated from the course with international certifications.

Finally, as is our custom, top performing students in grades 8 and 10 are allowed to write the national examinations. We are excited to report that 70% of the thirteen 10th grade students passed their BGCSE exams with A to C grades; while 89% of the 27 8th grade students passed the BJC exams they sat with A to C passes.

These accomplishments demonstrate that we are definitely a school of EXCELLENCE!