Aim Of The Institution

1. The aim of the institution is to impart sound value based education by forming in the boys habits of piety, virtue, discipline and self-reliance during the years of their studies, thus enabling them to be dutiful sons of the Catholic Church and useful citizens of their motherland, India.

2. The method of education followed in the school is the Preventive System taught and practiced by St. John Bosco. It is based on Reason, Religion and Loving kindness. We seek to form the young, through education, into men of character, competence, conscience, compassion and commitment ,who will foster uprightness in public life.

3. The school is a Christian Minority Institution recognized by the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Government of India (Vide F. No. 1508 of 2006, dated 18/01/2007) and Department of Education of the Government of West Bengal, and is affiliated to Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi, (School Code WB 085) for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations (ICSE) and the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ISC).

4. Religious Instruction: Being a Christian institution, the classes of Christian Doctrine (Catechism) are compulsory for Christian students. All other students must attend classes of Moral Science/Value Education, which deal with moral principles, values and rules of conduct. A student must strive to attain qualities of mind and heart and integrate into his life virtues such as honesty, sincerity, piety, compassion, generosity, love for nature and self reliance.

5. Discipline: Special attention is given to ensure a high standard of morality and discipline in the school. Parents and Guardians are requested to collaborate in this with the School Authorities by insisting on regular attendance and punctuality of their wards. The medium of instruction is English and the students must speak only English in the campus. Instilling discipline, acquiring a sense of the Sacred, character formation, development of personal and community values, building up community feeling, commitment to social well-being and academic excellence are some of the priorities of this institution.

  • AdmissionApplications for admissions are accepted from students of all religious faiths. However, Christians and Anglo-Indians are given preference.
    Parents are asked to fill in the Admission Forms with the utmost accuracy.No subsequent changes will be permitted.

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