Message from the President

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians,

Recently, we received reports of kidnapping attempts in Iloilo. Most of these attempts targeted students outside their school premises. With all these reports, it is best for us to be proactive in ensuring that this will not happen inside and outside our own school yard.

While ADI-SMCS management will try its best to intensify our security within the campus, your children might still be exposed to danger if left unsupervised by a trusted adult. 

We would like to remind you to please take extra precautions especially during dismissal. Please instruct your wards to be extra careful in dealing with strangers who might be posing as an acquaintance, substitute 'sundo', survey interviewers, and the like.  Please immediately report to the nearest security officer within the vicinity in case you encounter suspicious interaction with a stranger inside and outside the school.

Corollary to this , i also received reports that some have not complied with the car pass policy. I would like to reiterate that the car pass should be visibly pasted on the car's windshield. Your full cooperation will help us make our campus safe and secure.


Fr. Joseph Y. Haw,SJ

School President

Ateneo holds film workshop for Filipino teachers

ateneo de iloilo film workshopateneo de iloilo film workshopTWO INTERNATIONALLY - acclaimed independent film makers are to personally facilitate a seminar-workshop on “Intelligent Film Viewing” on Saturday, August 16, in Ateneo de Iloilo-SMCS in Mandurriao, Iloilo City, with select high school Filipino teachers from Iloilo and Guimaras.

This partly-subsidized event is initiated by Ateneo de Iloilo-SMCS High School through its president Fr. Joseph Y. Haw, SJ, himself a former Filipino teacher. It is in line with the celebration of the Buwan ng Wika with the theme: “Filipino: Wika ng Pagkakaisa”.

The “Matalinong Panonood ng Pelikula” seminar-workshop aims to respond to the need of teachers to familiarize themselves with “critical film viewing”—the latest basic skill required in the K-12 curriculum; equip teachers with experiences and approaches necessary to enhance the probing and critical thinking skills of the students through viewing independent (indie) films; and improve the capacity of teachers in relating social issues to students’ lives through movie reviews.


Ateneo de Iloilo - Grade School Department reclaims throne in Golden Pen Awards

Golden PenPrivate schools from across the Province of Iloilo attended the annual Golden Pen Awards organized by the Regional English Circle, July 12-13, 2014. 

The writeshop and contest was held at the Hua Siong College of Iloilo, Iznart Street, where over 100 delegates participated, among which are student-writers from Ateneo de Iloilo – Santa Maria Catholic School Grade School. 


Blue Spoon feeding drive kicks off in 3 elem schools

Blue Spoon feeding drive  kicks off in 3 elem schoolsPUPILS from three elementary schools in the metropolis were fed and became witnesses to the launching of the Blue Spoon—a comprehensive long-term feeding program of the Ateneo de Iloilo-SMCS community—during the celebration of the Feast of St. Ignatius Thursday, July 31.

With teachers, students, parents, alumni, and administrations of the school joining forces, the Blue Spoon kicked off its nourishing campaign by offering unlimited arroz caldo, juice, and bread to pupils of Donato Pison Elementary School in Brgy. San Rafael, Tabucan Elementary School in Brgy. Tabucan, and Feliciana Kelly Java Elementary School of Brgy. Sooc. All the three schools are in Mandurriao district, Iloilo City.


AdI-SMCS Fun Run Set August 10

SCORES of alumni, students, parents, teachers, and friends of Ateneo de Iloilo-Santa Maria Catholic School will jog along the city streets on August 10 as part of the Big Blue Run, a fun run for the on-going scholarship program of the school.

Initiated by the Ateneo Alumni Association (AAA), in collaboration with the schools Parents-Teachers Association (PTAs) from its grade school and high school departments, the annual event is also set in line with the 56th year celebration of the founding of the AAA and the feast of the Jesuit institution’s patron St. Ignatius of Loyola.


Atenean named as Junior Ambassador for Asia-Pacific

Ma. Abby Genevieve Penaflorida (Grade 6 - Loyola), was chosen as one of the six students who will represent the Philippines as Junior Ambassadors in the 26th Asian-Pacific Children’s Convention (APCC) in Fukuoka, Japan from July 10 to 24, 2014. 

Abby’s feat is unprecedented as she is the first student from outside Metro Manila and Luzon to be chosen as Philippine Junior Ambassador in the last 26 years.  She joins five others from San Beda College and Miriam College.  The Philippine delegation will join 230 other Junior Ambassadors and 40 Peace Youth Ambassadors from over 40 countries worldwide.  All expenses for the trip, including airfare, food and accommodations, shall be provided by the APCC.


Tuesday, September 19, 2017





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