Lourdes School of Quezon City (LSQC) PDO
Lourdes School Quezon City
155 Kanlaon Cor. Don Manuel St.,Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City, Metro Manila 1114 Philippines
Fr. Roque Aristotle B. Padama, OFMCap. or
Ms. Ginalyn G. Go
+63 2 731 5127
The school is a private, Catholic educational institution established in 1955, owned and founded by the Capuchins in Quezon City, Philippines, it is located beside the National Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. The school was formerly known as Lourdes Catholic School but was changed to its current name to distinguish it from Lourdes School of Mandaluyong. Students studying or have studied here are called “Lourdesians” or “Lourdesiano”.
Historically , LSQC was an exclusive for boys across all levels until it admits girls scholars in the late 1970’s. Today, it offers the four levels of education; Preschool, Grade School, Junior High School and Senior High School.
LSQC PDO envisions a sustainable and meaningful relationship with selfless and dedicated stewards who are channels of God’s blessings so that together they may serve others for the integral formation of individuals towards universal brotherhood.
LSQC PDO in partnership with selfless and dedicated stewards of God’s blessings envisions sustainable advocacies for the integral formation of individuals towards universal brotherhood.
We believe that we are called to become like Christ through preferential option for the poor, respect for the integrity of creation, promotion of justice, peace and the common good, hard work for the liberation and transformation of the Filipino people and nation.
To achieve this We commit ourselves in doing the following advocacies scholarship, infrastructure, human resource and development, livelihood and community development, ecology and environment, research and development, sports, culture and arts, and capuchin formation.
I am my brother’s keeper and so I share…
- Human Resource Development
- Livelihood and Community Development
- Ecology and Environment
- Research and Development
- Sports, Culture and Arts
- Capuchin Formation