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High School Department

Our esteemed High School Department at IHMS humbly extends a comprehensive education to students in Grades 7 to 12. With deep reverence for academic excellence and character development, we earnestly endeavor to prepare our students for higher education and future accomplishments. Within a nurturing and supportive learning environment, our diverse curriculum fosters a genuine love for holistic formation, laying a steadfast foundation for their academic pursuits.

The Propaedeutic Stage (Pre-College Department)

Drawing from the authoritative document "The Gift of the Priestly Vocation" issued by the Congregation for the Clergy in 2016, IHMS endeavors to form the person of the seminarian in such a way that they are unified with the formation of the clergy. Through the Propaedeutic stage, we envision providing a solid foundation for the seminarians' spiritual lives and fostering their personal growth. To achieve these goals, we lead seminarians to prayer through sacramental life, the Liturgy of the Hours, familiarity with the Word of God (c onsidered the soul and guide of the journey), silence, mental prayer, and spiritual reading. Additionally, we teach seminarians the Catechism of the Catholic Church to acquaint them with Christian Doctrine, and expose them to various experiences in the parish setting and charitable works to teach self-giving and sacrifice. Ultimately, the propaedeutic stage helps us address any gaps in the seminarians' general education (Ratio Fundamentalis Institutionis Sacerdotalis, 2016).

The Discipleship Stage (College Department)

The stage of philosophical studies, often referred to as the discipleship stage, is designed to transform seminarians into dedicated disciples of Christ—individuals who not only abide in Christ but also preach and exemplify His teachings in their daily lives. This phase accentuates the essential fusion of human formation with spiritual growth, recognizing that the maturity of a priest is intricately linked to his overall personal development. In preparation for the subsequent theological studies or configuration stage, meticulous efforts are directed towards nurturing a well-balanced character. This involves the cultivation of virtues and adherence to the teachings of the Church, coupled with maintaining a physically robust physique, poised to serve in any capacity and circumstance. To realize these multifaceted objectives, a comprehensive and methodical approach is employed, focusing primarily on four fundamental dimensions of formation: Human Formation, Academic Formation, Spiritual Formation, and Pastoral Formation. Concurrently, seminarians are encouraged to participate in sports and engage in physically invigorating exercises, aiming to foster a lifestyle that is not only spiritually enriched but also harmoniously balanced (Ratio Fundamentalis Institutionis Sacerdotalis, 2016).