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Last modified on 01 September 2016
The three major aspects of Canossian education are Integrity, Versatility and Charity in Humility. The following profile shows how these goals of Canossian education can be concretised in its graduates. An SHCC graduate is:
INTERGRITY
Sound in moral and religious values
Is forming her conscience on true moral values and has good reasons for her decisions.
Has some knowledge of and respect for religion and knows the teaching of Jesus Christ.
Has reflected on her experience of God's love for her as a Catholic; realises the need for prayer and for growth in faith; has appreciation of the Eucharist and is familiar with te social teaching of the Church.
VERSATILITY
Open to growth
Has matured to take responsibility for all aspects of her growth.
Is beginning to accept herself - both talents and limitations.
Is aware f and able to control expressions of emotions.
Has a sense of wonder and thereby ready to explore, seek new experiences and risk failure.
Is receptive and respectful to the opinions of others.
Is capable of reflecting on experiences.
Is concerned about wider community issues and noble values instead of selfish, materialistic values when choosing a career or style of life.
Is ready to take on her responsibilities as a global citizen.

The three major aspects of Canossian education are Integrity, Versatility and Charity in Humility.  The following profile shows how these goals of the Canossian education can be concretised in its graduates. An SHCC graduate :

INTEGRITY
Sound in moral and religious values

  1. Is forming her conscience on true moral values and has good reasons for her decisions.
  2. Has some knowledge of and respect for religion and knows the teaching of Jesus Christ.
  3. Has reflected on her experience of God's love for her as a Catholic;  realises the need for prayer and for growth in faith;  has appreciation of the Eucharist and is familiar with the social teaching of the Church.

VERSATILITY
Open to growth

  1. Has matured to take responsibility for all aspects of her growth.
  2. Is beginning to accept herself - both talents and limitations.
  3. Is aware of and able to control expressions of emotions.
  4. Has a sense of wonder and thereby ready to explore, seek new experiences and risk failure.
  5. Is receptive  and respectful to the opinions of others.
  6. Is capable of reflecting on experiences.
  7. Is concerned about wider community issues and noble values instead of selfish, materialistic values when choosing a career or style of life.
  8. Is ready to take on her responsibilities as a global citizen.

Intellectually competent

  1. Is skilled in speaking, reading and writing precisely and fluently in both Chinese and English.
  2. Is logical and critical in thinking; convincing in persuasion.
  3. Is curious in learning.
  4. Is able to consider historical causes, cultural heritage and the environment in evaluating current events.
  5. Has acquired skills for life-long learning.

CHARITY IN HUMILITY
Loving and caring

  1. Is trusting, helpful and considerate.
  2. Is grateful of life and respectful of humanity.

Willing to serve others

  1. Is committed to serving both the school and the community.
  2. Is concerned with social problems.
  3. Is compassionate in helping and appreciates the joy of giving.