Canossa at 60, continues to be a solid institution for the propagation and continuous dissemination of the Kingdom of God here on earth.
Canossa at 60, continues to be a forerunner of its mission and vision, as advocated by its patron saints – Saint Magdalene of Canossa and St. Josephine Bakhita – that of tending the needy, the hopeless, those who have less in life.
Canossa’s very core of its existence is to give assistance; to be of service to the community – TO LOVE; TO SHARE; TO AMELIORATE; TO GIVE.
One of its arms for assistance is the St. Josephine Bakhita Service Center which has been established as the heartbeat of the Canossian educative community. During emergencies and calamities, Canossa Sta. Rosa mobilizes its center to give first aid and support to help, to save, to give succor, without which, the indigents could not do without.
That’s what Canossa is doing for the last 60 years, a solid institution for its missions and advocacies.
Canossa also makes available catechism for nearby public school pupils to ensure that non-sectarian schools imbibe God’s blessings, word and salvation. Tha Canossians tirelessly share God’s doctrines to live up to become Christ like models of goodness and love.
Canossa also provides a globally competitive and quality-type of education that education-lovers will choose and prefer.
As a school, Canossa embraces the K-12 curriculum as it makes available Grades 1,2,3,7,8,9, and of course, grade 10 for 2015 school opening.
Canossa joyfully embraces its advocacies and continues to flourish as it ages gracefully through the years.
Canossa at 60 will live up to its name and lily-white purity and credibility for all times.