Symbolizes global and unity; it aims to promote the Marian virtues of simplicity, generosity, gratitude, and joy among graduates in fostering unity and camaraderie.
symbolizes the Association’s desire to put the SMS teachings at the core of all of its endeavors, thus making them ASMSI’s guiding principles. It also symbolizes every member’s earnest devotion to Mary, the Virgin of the Poor and his/her desire of propagating the same devotion.
symbolizes one direction in life; that is to develop and enhance one’s potentials through activities leading to competence and life-long skills and eventually to support the Alma Mater in sustaining her mission to the poor.
symbolizes open arms to help and provide assistance to the graduates as the need arises and also to humble ourselves; it symbolizes the role of the Association in sharing the values and teachings of the Sisters of Mary School, in an effort to actively participate in socio-economic upliftment for God and fellowmen.
The Big Circles (outer) – symbolizes us, graduates, while the Smaller Ones (inner) represents our younger brothers & sisters, currently studying at the Sisters of Mary School Campuses.
Blue – Marian color
Yellow Vatican Flag – our faith
Orange – youth (representing us, the children of Mary)
Purple – glory
Black – representing Fr. Al’s simplicity as a person, especially that of his black cassock