2560 Leon Guinto Street

Singalong, Malate, Manila






Logos and Symbols

The SSC Coat of Arms

Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms is inspired by 13th century Benedictine Cluniac monastery building construction designs and emblems to give it a Benedictine touch. The left division has on its upper section the Jubilee Dove symbolizing a determined institution towards the 3rd century Anno Domini. Below is a metal appliqué of the Benedictine cross. To the right division are three Ordinaries. The upper Ordinary is the SSC logo, the middle Ordinary is the Women’s Studies logo, while the lower Ordinary is ORA et LABORA. On the banner itself, below, is a Glazier’s metal plate permanently attached to present Ora et Labora and Ut In Omnibus Glorificetur Deus (That in all things God may be glorified)! This ESCUTCHEON serves to visually document all thrusts our school has initiated. It is the unifying emblem of SSC, a response to the call of community building, a reminder of the aspirations of past and current administrators, faculty, staff and students, and a source of renewed vigor and hope for the institution. (Designed by Prof. Don Amorsolo, March 1997)

SSC Colors

Twilight Blue and White Stands for the colors of Our Blessed Virgin Mary.