To see young girls become women of integrity in the society.
Christian values of truth, justice and the fear of God.
Deep moral values and principles that will enable them to freely make right choices.
The love of learning, skills development and academic excellence a family spirit and selfless giving of self in service to others.
Sint Unum (Oneness with God, self and the whole of creation), Simplicity, Charity, Accountability, Hard work, and Creativity.
OUR FOUR FOCAL POINTS
ABOUT LOUISVILLE GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL
Louisville Girls High School was established on 11th January 1998, in a quiet rural community, Ijebu Itele, devoid of all forms of distraction. It is an environment that is highly conducive to learning. There are presently sixty-five teachers, twenty-eight clerical and forty-five utility staff, and five hundred and eighteen (518) students for the 2016/2017 academic session.
With our regular assessment, the entire members of staff are competent in their field. The teachers are hard-working and professionally trained; the results over the years have proved their worth and competence.
EXPLANATION AND SYMBOLISM OF THE ST. LOUIS CREST
A sword encircled by a crown of thorns
The central device, a sword encircled by a crown of thorns, recalls at once the Institute’s chief patron saint, King Louis IX of France and his part in the Crusades; it was he who recovered the crown of thorns from the Saracens and housed it in the Sainte‑Chapelle, Paris.
Opposite the tower is a fleur‑de‑lis, emblem of the Kings of France, recalling the Congregation’s French origin. According to an old tradition, the use of this heraldic device began in the reign of France’s first Christian King, Clovis I, for whom it represented the lily given him by an angel at his baptism.
The inverted chevron of gold chain
The inverted chevron of gold chain symbolises the “strong bond of the true Christian union” which welds the members of the Institute into the unity of a religious family. The golden chain and the sword are in conjunction cruciform. This fundamental symbol of Christianity recalls God’s love for man.
St. Louis IX “Dieu le veult", “God wills it"
The motto of St. Louis IX “Dieu le veult”, “God wills it”, was the rallying cry of the Crusaders. It bespeaks chivalry, courage, courtesy, enthusiasm ‑ all the virtues required by the ideal of Christian knighthood. Union in charity is again emphasized by the motto of the Sisters of St. Louis “Ut sint unum”, “that they may be one”, a prayer which was especially dear to the founder, Abbé Louis Bautain.
THEME FOR THE TERM
“Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labour in vain. Unless the Lord watches over the city, the watchman stays awake in vain. It is in vain that you rise up early and go late to rest, eating the bread of anxious toil; for He gives to his beloved sleep.” PSALM 127:1-2