Saint Michael College of Caraga envisions to be a Universities by 2035 upholding spiritual formation and excellence in teaching, service and research.
SMCC Shall provide spiritual formation and learning culture that will ensure the student with excellent and rewarding learning experience. That transforms lives, abound spirituality, develop skills and prepare future leaders.
SMCC shall engage in dynamic, innovative, and interdisciplinary researches that are publishable to advance and achieve institutional initiatives.
SMCC shall commit to serve the diverse and local comminities in fostering innovations through service-learning that enchaces repirocal community, partnership for spiritual and social development.
To promote culture of excellence in the areas of spiritual formation, instruction, production, extension, and research.
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THE SCHOOL LOGO
After 60 years of existence on the Year 2008, Saint Michael College of Caraga (SMCC) formerly Saint Michael’s Institute (SMI), decide to redesign its logo that is more relevant to present needs.
The shield symbolizes the tool which our patron saint, Saint Michael de Archangel, is holding. It denotes strength, courage, supernatural force, brilliant spirit with a noble purpose of protecting the Michaelinian community.
The edge of the shield is made up of metal which signifies eternal strength that holds the entire shield itself which represents the institution, keeping it firm and secure in its governance and management.
The torch symbolizes Christ as the Light of the World. As a Christian center of learning, SMCC lives on Christ, who is its. Light and center of everything.
The book symbolizes knowledge. The text in the book “For God, For Man and Country”, represents the holistic training the school commits itself to its students and what it aims for them to be.
The laurel leaf represents wisdom, authority and the success in SMCC’s enveadors.
OPEN HAND WITH THE SUN
The open hand with the sun is the Magbayanihan Tayo Vision 2020 logo with the vision of institutionalized development that is globally competitive, providing culture of excellence in the areas of spiritual formation, instruction, production, extension, and research.
RIVER WITH CORN
This is official logo of the Diocese of Butuan. Its inclusion signifies that SMCC is part and an educational arm of Diocese to carry out its mission of evangelization.
The strips symbolize flexibility and dynamism of the Michaelinians. The upper strip has the name of the school and the lower bears the school motto capsulized in the latin phrase “Lux Mundi, Sal Terrae” which means “Light of the World, Salt of the Earth” that signifies the core values of the school. The lower strip at the center also bears the year 1948, the founding year of the school.
Blue signifies being organized, creative, loyal, and honest, qualities of a true Kabayaning Michaelinian.
Yellow means well-coordinated, intellectual, courageous, responsible, achiever, sociable, and warm characteristics that a true Kabayaning Michalinian possesses.
The green color in the strip symbolizes progress and equilibrium or balance which is vision of the school for the a holistic training. It also means being conscientious, harmonious, understanding but firm, and keen which the school employs in its dealings with various stakeholders.
Founded in 1948, Nasipit was still a part of the Parish of Buenavista whose Parish Priest was the Fr. Martin Westeinde, a dutch MSC. As the town progressed, population also increased and business gaind momentum with the start of the logging industry of Nasipit, Lumber Compony (NALCO). Fr. Martin and his co - adjuster Fr. Atanacio de Castro saw the need of putting-up a secondary school. Fr. De Castro was made a in charge of the school.
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