St. Peter the Apostle

The patron saint of our school is St. Peter, who was the head of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. The Bible has an in-depth narration of the character of Peter, who was depicted as a man of being short-sighted, impulsive, presumptuous and cowardly. However a person bearing such human weakness was eventually transformed under the conscientious guidance of Jesus to a saint who possessed the transcendent virtues such as insight, might, fortitude, the ability to self-reflect and be grateful. St. Peter may serve as an excellent role model for our students.