The shield was designed by Sr. Victor Fernando Corante Pajuelo at the request of the Board of Governors in April 1949.
The College Motto represented on the Shield: Studiis et Rebus Honestis
According to an authority from the Classics Department at the University of Cambridge, as taken from the words of Horace, these words may best be translated as: For Honourable Studies and Pursuits
With work we forge our will and dignity as free persons; with knowledge we acquire wisdom and the gifts of the universe; with faith the virtue of projecting values to the new generations and a just recognition of gratitude to those who came before us.
The Significance of each colour
- Gold: Represents magnificence
- Yellow: Represents its cosmonogenic nature
- White: Represents the limits between space and earth
- Ochre: Represents the thematic centre of the coat of arms
The Significance of each element
- The Gold Lion Rampant: Represents Strength, Nobility, Dignity, Honour and Loyalty
- Each Star represents one of the following: Science, Arts, Sports, Wisdom, Faith, Discipline and Work