Pioneering. Innovating. Progressing. or Tagapanguna. Tagapagpabuti. Tagapagpa-unlad. It is The Ilustrado's goal to be the leading provider of news that pioneers, innovates, and progresses.
The Ilustrado is the epitome of constructive journalism and its members serve as model PISQians in becoming the voice of the people.
To provide the students various reliable, valid and credible information regarding the different events and activities outside and within campus that the school, its learners and educators have participated in, in order to advocate awareness among the readers
The Ilustrados (Spanish: [ilusˈtɾaðos], “erudite”, “learned” or “enlightened ones”) constituted the Filipino educated class during the Spanish colonial period in the late 19th century. Elsewhere in New Spain (of which the Philippines were part), the term gente de razón carried a similar meaning.
The name ‘ILUSTRADO’ was chosen by the creator to signify the Filipino youth of PISQ who are currently pursuing their studies abroad and to describe the pursuits of its writers; to illustrate the learning and developing school community. Just like the original Ilustrados, the school paper aims to enlighten not just the youth, but the the entire PISQ community.
Since the creation of this organization in 2019, The Ilustrado has been continuously dedicated in serving the PISQ community by informing them about the current news and the latest updates about this institution.