What is a Xavier-Jesuit education?

Xavier School Nuvali is a Catholic, Jesuit, college-preparatory school with a distinct Chinese-Filipino character. It is founded and managed by the Society of Jesus. Xavier School’s educational philosophy is based on the 400-year old tradition of Jesuit education - the formation of an individual who is a product of liberal education, with a special concern for the development of personal discipline, a drive for the pursuit of academic excellence, and a commitment to service.

What values does the school promote to its students?

The school imparts values that can be summarized into the 6 C’s---Competence, Character, Conscience, Compassion, Culture, and Community,  for Xaverians to lead commendable lives of service to their community and the society in general.

How are Catholic values incorporated in the educational system of Xavier School Nuvali?

Christian Life & Education (CLE) is a mandatory subject for all grade levels. Students also have formation, recollection, outreach, and other activities conducted by the Campus Ministry Office. As part of the pastoral care exercised by the Xavier School Jesuit Community, the Jesuits visit XSN for regular masses, confessions, and interaction with students. Jesuits from other communities also visit the campus.

Where do Xavier School Nuvali graduates enroll for college?

The first batch of XSN graduates are enrolled in the following colleges/ universities: Ateneo de Manila University, University of the Philippines, De La Salle University, University of Sto. Tomas, Mapua University, University of Asia and the Pacific, San Beda University, Enderun College, among others.

What strands are offered in the Senior High School?

By school year 2020-2021, Xavier School Nuvali will offer three strands: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), Accounting and Business Management (ABM), and Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS).

Do you provide scholarship or financial assistance? What kind of financial assistance does XSN offer? How can one apply?

Since its founding, Xavier School has provided assistance to students who could not afford Xavier education. The Xavier School Educational and Trust Fund (XSETF) was founded on the principle that “no student who is otherwise qualified should be deprived of a Xavier education for financial reasons alone.” Application may be done through the Registrar’s Office. Read more about Xavier School Nuvali’s Grant-in-Aid program.

What health facilities and services are being provided by the school?

The are two clinics in the campus: one is located at the Henry S. Sy Primary Building, and one is located at the Ramon S. Ang High School Building. Through a partnership agreement, The Medical City South Luzon provides the physician, registered nurses, and overall management of the clinics.

What are the safety and security measures undertaken by the school?

The school is equipped with CCTVs all over campus. There are guards at the gates and roving around the campus. An RFID system is in place for the students and their fetchers. The school follows an institutional disaster and emergency protocol. There are periodic fire and earthquake drills, training for the members of the community on how to respond during calamities, and emergency kits available at identified facilities around the campus. The students, faculty, and staff are required to have their own GRAB bags for emergencies.

How does the school provides global perspective of learning to its students?

At present, XSN offers the summer Xavier-China Experience (XCE), a Chinese language and culture program for the students held during the summer, and endorses participants to the Lucio Tan Foundation Summer Camp in Xiamen. In the future, additional international and local programs will be added.

What is the student population of the school?

Xavier School Nuvali has over 1,000 students from Kinder to Grade 12.