“Educate the students so they become quality persons
possessing wisdom and inner stability, And nurture them until they become well-rounded persons.”
Serviam, a symbol of Ursuline schools around the world, which Mother General M. St. Jean Martin entrusted to Ursuline students everywhere in 1931. Serviam should be the emblems in Ursuline students’ hearts throughout their lives.
The Serviam symbol consists of a cross and seven stars.
The cross represents Christ's campaign to serve all mankind, the service of Jesus Christ by submitting to his death on the cross. It is the ultimate expression of love and sacrifice that any person can make for others.
The seven stars on the Serviam symbol represent Saint Ursula, patroness of the Ursuline Order.
This Serviam motto is the focal point of the Order of the Ursulines' hopes for all its students. It is to instill in every alumna an imitation of Christ in the service of God, nation and fellow human beings.