Yes, "Hope in heaven, foot on earth" though it's snazzier in Latin (pes ~ spes, terris ~ caelis), quite apart from the exemplifying pic.
Here's a quick and hesitant stab at the other captions – not to be relied on.
Youth. virtute tute (a good jingle), "by virtue safely"; vox laeta, sed anxia lethi (a hexameter ending) "A joyful voice, but one mindful of death" (?, or "distressed by death"?; and how does this relate to the image?)
Disposition. "Nitimur in vetitum (a quote from Ovid Amores 3.4), we strive for what is forbidden" (Garden of Eden)
Education. Ubera et verbera, "Plenties and beatings"
Vocation. Pascimur et patimur (hexameter beginning), "We are fed and we suffer" (again, better in Latin!)
Recreation. Non arcum semper tendit Apollo (a not quite accurate quote from Horace Odes), "Apollo does not always stretch his bow" (i.e. shoot)
Acquaintance. Certus amor morum est (hexam. beginning), "love of morals (character) is certain" (i.e. something that won't let you down)
Moderation. Moderata durant, lit. "Tempered things, things in moderation, last/endure"
Perfection. Hac caelum petitur via (modified hex. beginning?), "By this route is Heaven sought"
Motto: generoso germine gemmo (alliterative hex. ending), "I grow from noble stock."
I haven't tried to identify the quotes (if that's what they are), beyond the couple I recognized. Maybe others will.