A seal is an emblem that symbolizes the values, thoughts, goals, objectives and identity of an institution. It projects a distinct character that differentiates it from others.
Islamabad Convent School has its own unique identity.
The open hands represent the RVM Sisters, teachers and personnel who constitute the gentle formation of the young entrusted to their care. The upward position of the hands depicts the openness of everyone to respond innovatively to the call of God, to move and be challenged with hope, faith and courage to the signs of the times.
The rays as a backdrop signify the graces and wisdom that emanates from God who continuously bestow His blessings upon us.
The silhouettes of a boy and a girl at the center are the children who belong to the great family of Islamabad Convent School
The round shape of the seal represents the desire of the school for wholistic growth of every convent student.
A WELL-BALANCED CONVENTARIAN LEADER FOR A PEACEFUL AND BETTER WORLD
We, the members of the academic staff of Islamabad Convent School, commit ourselves to discover and develop the full potential of every child by providing opportunities for wholesome growth, stressing values through quality and creative education, thus enabling them to become useful citizens readily available to serve the society especially the upliftment of the underprivileged.*