Short answer? No.
Long answer? In “Catholic” schools they can’t even read the honour boards mounted along the halls, because they’re in Latin and who cares about Latin? In Jesuit schools there will sometimes be a student here or there who has an active interest in the Faith, stumbles upon this practice somewhere, adopts it for himself and either goes on to become a faithful Son of the Church in Holy Orders or has his vocation poisoned and abandons the faith.
Of course in the rare, more traditionally minded schools (be they successful fortresses against a century of modernism or just extremely new foundations) the staff delight in passing on devotional habits.
Even though I am a lay Dominican who studied at the worst of Sydney’s socialist selective schools, I heard about AM+DG on a trip to the Philippines (my homeland). Most of the universities were founded and are still maintained by religious orders, notably the Dominicans (Sto Tomas, oldest in asia) and the Jesuits (Ateneo).