"Education is one of the most beautiful missions there is"
Because of its own history, values and character, the St. Joseph Institution is currently in the process of revisiting its role, particularly in the face of a world with increasingly profound and unpredictable upheavals. Our mission is to help and accompany young people in their growth, which compels us to to embrace the challenges of a changing world. Thus, living well together, economic creativity, ecological changes and digital impacts are real concerns that invite us to redefine our role and our strategy for the years to come.
With this in mind, we initiated, a number of months ago, a strategic brainstorming in order to develop and define our 2025 vision. Thanks to this work, we have been able to reinvest our fundamentals and project ourselves towards new horizons. Keeping the student at the centre of our mission, creating a community, stimulating educational innovation and developing people who will enable the world to change are all strategic axes which are certainly ambitious, yet in line with who we are.
Education is one of the most beautiful missions there is: it obliges us to regularly revisit our views, ways and horizons. It also shows to what extent school is central to the development of people, both students and teachers, who find themselves on the front line when the unexpected happens. Opening up to the world, which is one of the pillars of Saint-Jo, must now be fully realised within a dedicated strategic plan; this is what we promise you for the years to come, to enable each young person to have the assets and qualities necessary to get to know themselves, build their lives and participate in the changes the world needs.
1) Innovate with creative and stimulating personal guidance
2) Implement concrete citizen actions
3) Encourage individual and collective projects
1) Set up a dedicated digital platform
2) Share alternative and inventive pedagogical practices
3) Create a continual learning culture within the organisation
1) Environment and ecology
2) Arts and culture
3) International outlook and diversity
1) Create dedicated times that punctuate the life of the establishment
2) Renew internal and external communication
3) Encourage new projects