The School of Saint Anthony zealously continues the teachings imparted by Saint Anthony Mary Claret. As an important institution in the community, the school devotes itself to the service of others. Through education it inculcates in the students' hearts and minds the tenets of Christian Living and morality. Hence, the motto "Wisdom coupled with Virtues" - Sapientia et Virtus. The student is expected, as he/she steps out of school, to shine by imbibing, radiating and actualizing the Christian values he/she has learned from the institution. To represent the virtues adhered to by the institution, the School of Saint Anthony's logo carries five main symbols: the oil lamp, the dove, the book, the light and its rays, and the leaves of laurels. The oil lamp is the source of light that guides and leads every Anthonian to his goal. It represents the potential for excellence within the heart of each Anthonian. The dove on the upper portion signifies the desire to nurture the peaceful, harmonious and unified relationship among the administrators, teachers, students and parents. The book symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, and dedication among the educators who will continuously rekindle the heart and enlighten the mind of every Anthonian. It is a weapon, which is very potent in a highly competitive world. Any Anthonian equipped with skills and competencies that society demands for is a bankable asset, saved for admiration. The light rays emanating from the oil lamp represent the erudite young Anthonians who will be the leaders of their community. Lastly, the leaves of laurels represent the achievements and glory that every young and intelligent Anthonian has earned and will continuously reap in the future.