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


Ambrose Redmoon once said, “Courage is not the absence of fear; but rather, the judgment that something else is more important than fear.”

Fellow Ateneans, Super typhoon Yolanda had surely set most of us, if not all, scurrying from fear. But we overcame such fear because we remember. We remember that over the years we have fought different trials and threats to our vey living. We remember that in a year, not only 1 or 2 typhoons strike our country, but 20 or more. We remember that natural calamities like typhoons and earthquakes as well as other glitches like war and corruption threatened us not once but a number of times. We remember that none of these threats had taken away our will to survive and hope for a better tomorrow. And we remember that what matters most is we have the courage to face these threats so that in the end we still and will always stand tall and strong.


Message from the President

Dear Friends,

Ateneo de Iloilo - Santa Maria Catholic School is receiving donations in CASH and in Kind. Our relief efforts are focused on Iloilo Province. The School's Campus Ministry and Social Involvement Office is closely coordinating with the Provincial Capitol and the Regional DSWD for the dispatching of the goods. For more efficient and fast delivery of goods, may we request that you donate a 'FAMILY PACK' which consists of the following items: 2 Kilos of Rice (not more or less than this), 3 cans sardines, 3 noodles, 3 biscuits, 1 mineral water (4 Liters).

Our strategy is to reserve the cash donations toward the tail end of the relief operations. At this point, donations are pouring in...the reserve cash donations however will be helpful once the influx of goods subsides.

If you are interested to donate cash for ILOILO victims you can send your CHECKS/BANK TRANSFER/CASH to



ACCOUNT NUMBER: 000710515588

Our accounting office is also open for donors who live within Iloilo City.

Kindly inform us by e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax (033) 335-0027 of your donation for proper acknowledgment and monitoring.

Thank you and may God bless us all in our BAYANIHAN.

A Message of Thanks from the Service Awardees

(On October 5, 2013, in celebration of the World Teachers' Day, the Faculty and Staff gathered together to honor this year's service awardees. Mrs. Nelia Emmanuel, GS Principal delivered the Thanksgiving message in behalf of the awardees.) 


Tuesday, September 19, 2017





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