The Primary purpose of this school is to provide Catholic Education to Catholic Students; but all others are admitted and treated with equal right provided they conform to the rules of the School. The aim of the School is to impart academic, physical, moral and spiritual education, with stress on Catholic formation for Catholic Students. Nevertheless, it shall respect the religious feelings and freedom, of conscience of all its Students. Provision is made for the teaching of 2nd / 3rd languages as prescribed by the government and as per the needs and options of the students.
Code of Conduct
The School aims at inculcating the values of self discipline and 'order' in the students through their correct comportment during the school hours. All the students should be in the school premises at least 5 minutes before school begins. They are expected to observe silence and move in orderly line as and when required. In the secondary section communication in English is advised during the school hours to promote fluency in the language.
Every student must possess a copy of the school calendar which should be brought to school daily, without fail.
A Call to Parents / Guardians
Parents and guardians are earnestly requested to support the 'Parent Teacher Association' of the school by participating full heartedly in all the meetings, activities etc. Please Familiarize yourself with the aims, objectives and goals of the school spelt out in school calendar and actively participate in their achievement by fulfilling your important role in the education of your child / ward. Parents are urged to come to the school when-ever called either by the school authorities or by the teachers. Any parent / guardian wishing to meet a teacher regarding any student should do so through the office.
Loving Lord Jesus,
I trust You with all my heart. Come to my house and bless me and my family. Solve all my financial problems and supply all my needs. Restore to me all that I have lost and prosper my life....Amen.
March 19, Saint Joseph's Day, has been the principal feast day of Saint Joseph in Western Christianity,since the tenth century, and is celebrated by Catholics, Anglicans, many Lutherans and other denominations.
Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is daily admission of one
Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't matter to me. ... Going to bed at night saying we've done something wonderful -- that's what matters to me