Our Mission
Our mission is to give an opportunity to every child to maximize his/her potential by not only emphasizing academic learning but also cultivating talent & developing character.
Our Belief
We believe there are four steps to achievement, Plan Purposefully Prepare Prayerfully Proceed Positively Pursue Persistently
Our Vision
Our child centric vision endeavours to motivate parents to enshrine values in the child and enables teachers to encourage his/her blossoming so that together we create a confident and balanced individual ready to take his/her place in society.
Our Aim
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION ACHIEVED THROUGH SETTING HIGH STANDARDS WHILE PRESERVING THE UNIQUENESS OF EVERY CHILD.
STDTotal No. StudentsSTDTotal No. Students
I A70II A70
I B70II B70
I C70II C68
I D69II D69
I E70II E69
I F71II F68
Total420Total414
STDTotal No. StudentsSTDTotal No. Students
III A70IV A71
III B69IV B69
III C70IV C70
III D69IV D70
III E70IV E70
III F69IV F70
Total417Total420
TOTAL1671

Kindergarten

SR. NO.NAME OF THE STAFF
1MRS. CYNTHIA ESSEX
2MS. FELITA IRANI
3MRS. BRIDGET PEREIRA
4MRS. ROSY D'SOUZA
5MRS. SHARMILA D' SOUZA
6MRS. ROSALINA D' SOUZA
7MS. FLAVIA FERNANDES
8MRS. EMELIA RODRIGUES
9MRS. MARGARET D' SOUZA
10MRS. MARTHA TELLIS
11MS. PATRICIA BAPTISTA
12MS. PREMITA FERNANDES
13MRS. FLOSY ABREO
14MRS. MATHILDA D' SOUZA
15MR. RAHUL LOBO
16MR. DEEPAK DIAS
17SMT. MANDA CHAVAN
18SMT. LIZA LOBO
19SHRI. RAJU SHINDE
20SHRI. VASANT JODH

Primary School

SR.NOTEACHING STAFF
1Mrs. Josephine Pinto
2Mrs. Leena Kharkar
3Mrs. Dolleres D'souza
4Mrs. Santan Lopes
5Mrs. Shobna Rodrigues
6Mrs. Naseem Pathan
7Ms. Rita Lobo
8Mrs. Alka Rodrigues
9Mrs. Lucy D'souza
10Mrs. Estella D'souza
11Mrs. Maria Fernandes
12Mrs. Parveen Syed
13Mrs. Loela Paralkar
14Mrs. Leena Rodrigues
15Mrs. Mary Gomez
16Mrs. Fiona Alvares
17Mrs. Nataline Dias
18Ms. Yvette Santamaria
19Ms. Tina Jennifer Vaz
20Ms. Dorin Dpenha
21Ms. Sarika Bhoir
22Ms. Corrina Serrao
23Ms. Diana Caido
24Ms. Saviya Francis
SR.NONON -TEACHING STAFF
1Mr. Melroy Pereira
2Ms. Luiza Fernandes
SR.NOBUILDING STAFF
1Vilas Shirsat
2Aruna Solanki
3Baby Nare
4Sujata Chavan
5Gracy Pereira
6Jacqueline Green
7Agnes D'souza
8Rekha Dathiya
SR.NOANY OTHER STAFF
1Ms. Carmelin Pererira
2Ms. Sharinna D'Mello
3Ms. Priya D'Souza
4Ms. Drifa Pereira
5Ms. Lovita Fernandes
6Ms. Sharon D'Silva
SR.NOCOMPUTER STAFF
1Ms. Namita
2Ms. Sampada
3Ms. Mamta

Secondary School

Teaching Staff
S.NOName of the Staff
1Fr. Michael Pinto
2Lorna Monis
3Santan Pereira
4Margaret D'Silva
5Jyoti Benadikar
6Nilofer Khan
7Susan Moses
8Carmeline D'Souza
9Lalita Durando
10Cheryl Vieira
11Vibha Kale
12Velankini Mendonca
13Mary Machado
14Vaidehee Dugal
15Esther George
16Rajnath Singh
17Sarita Saldanha
18Cynthia Sequeira
19Elsy George
20Christine Lewis
21Ranjit Dev
22Sarita Yadav
23Shikha Dasgupta
24Janet Almeida
25Sunita Rawat
26Syed Lubna
27Anita D'Souza
28Shabina Ahmed
29Anjana Almeida
30Reshma Fernandes
31Deepali Shindikar
32Beryl Dighe
33Abhishek Patil
34Asumpta Lopes
35Anil Gonsalves
36Jacintha D'souza
37Rozina Jaria
38Hema Dasgupta
39Romania Rodrigues
40Luella Fernandes
41Pinky D'souza
42Sheryl Cardoza
43Laveena Nazareth
44Margina Dalbanjan
45Shilpa Joshi
46Mamta Thadigoppula
47Rupali D'Cunha
48Rimple Delwar
49Alma Rodrigues
50Sanjivani Tondle
51Monalisa Christopher
52Angela D'Souza
53Ida Dabre
54Janessa Veigas
55Usha Pandey
56Nancy
57Charmaine Pereira
58Simsa Nadar
59Olina H
60Minal Fernandes
61Nemonisa
62Aparna Pingle
63Ludvica Fereira
64Anita M
NonTeaching Staff
S.NOName of the Staff 
2MRS. OLIVE RODRIGUES
3Mr. PATRICK MASCARENHAS
4Mr. IVAN MATHEW
5MS. NICOLE PEREIRA
6MRS VAISHALI WADNERKAR
7MRS SUNITA MANGELA MANKAHALE
Peon
S.NOName of the Staff
1Mr SUCHIT XALXO (Lab Asst)
2Shri JULIAN RUMAO
3Shri SURESH SAPADHARE
4Shri SADU PACHALKAR
5Shri MANUEL PASCAL
6ShrI MANOJ PARHYAD
School Timings  
PRE- PRIMARY
MON TO FRI7.30 AM TO 10.15 AMSR. KG.
MON TO FRI10.30 AM TO 1.00 PMJR. KG.
PRIMARY
MON TO FRI1.05 PM TO 6.00 PM
SECONDARY
MON TO FRI7.10 AM 1.00 PM
HIGHER SECONDARY (Jr. College)
MON TO FRI1.15 PM TO 6.30 PM
SPECIAL SCHOOL
MON TO FRI10.00 AM TO 4.00 PM
SAT 1ST/3RD/5TH10.00 AM TO 4.00 PMONLY STAFF

School Office Timings 
PRE- PRIMARY
MON TO FRI7.00 AM TO 1.30 PM
SAT8.30 AM TO 12.30 PM
MAY9.00 AM TO 12 NOON
TRANSACTION TIMINGS
PRIMARY
MON TO FRI11.00 AM TO 6.00  PM
SAT8.30 AM TO 12.30 PM
MONTH OF MAY9.00 AM TO 12 NOON
TRANSACTION TIMINGS
SECONDARY
MON TO FRI8.00 AM TO 3.00 PM
SAT8.30 AM TO 12.30 PM
MONTH OF MAY9.00 AM TO 12 NOON
TRANSACTION TIMINGS8.00 AM  TO 11.00 AM
HIGHER SECONDARY
MON TO FRI11.00 AM TO 6.00 PM
SAT8.30 AM TO 12.30 PM
MONTH OF MAY9.00 AM TO 12 NOON
TRANSACTION TIMINGS
SPECIAL SCHOOL
MON TO FRI8.30 AM TO 4.00 PM
SAT8.30 AM TO 12.30 PM
MONTH OF MAY9.00 AM TO 12 NOON
TRANSACTION TIMINGS
ADMISSION
Newly admitted students have to be submit their Municipal Birth Certificate. No change will be made in the date thereafter. For students who have migrated from another school the date of birth in the leaving certificate will be considered final.

FEES
Fees are to be paid strictly in advance at the beginning of each month. Fine will be charged for late payment. Concessions in fees are granted to deserving poor and needy students by the Principal. The same will be withdrawn if the application and conduct are not satisfactory.

UNIFORM
All students should come in complete uniform and avoid fancy accessories. Cleanliness of dress and person are expected from all students. A short hair cut is a must.

ATTENDANCE
Students should come daily to school. Attendance on reopening day after vacations (summer, winter, Christmas) is compulsory. In case of absence a note in the calendar duly signed by the parent is a must. No student who is suffering from contagious or infectious diseases will be permitted to attend school. Irregular attendance (less than 75% per term) will be dealt as per the Order of Government (Grant in aid Code). If a student remains absent from school for more than one month without intimation, the name will be struck off the register and as a rule will not be readmitted.

PUNCTUALITY
The students should be punctual and be on time to school for the school assembly, they should be punctual even in their school work. In case of habitual late coming (more than three days in a month) the parents will have to meet the Principal.

BEHAVIOUR
Politeness and courtesy of speech and conduct are expected from all students. Obscenity in words or action, habitual want of application, insubordination to teachers, disrespect to staff, cheating, serious misconduct, ragging or behaviour objectionable to the good tone of the institution within or even outside the school premises will be sufficient reasons for dismissal of the student. Magazines, periodicals, novels or objectionable literature are not allowed in the school. Students found damaging school property will be dealt with severely. The fine amount will be decided by the Principal.

LEAVE
Absent record has to be maintained in the calendar duly signed by the parent. Prior permission should be taken from the Principal in case of any emergency. Medical fitness certificate has to be submitted if the student has been absent for more than three days due to illness.

EXAMINATION
The Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation system (CCE) includes Formative Evaluation (during regular classes) and Summative Evaluation (end of each term) students have to be present for all tests. Students who attempt using unfair means / copying during tests and examinations using manuscripts, printed material etc. will be given zero marks in that subject.

TUITIONS
No teacher may engage in private tuition (Vide – Grant-in aid Code). Private tuitions are not encouraged. In special cases, written permission should be obtained from the Principal who will assign a teacher.

SPORTS
Students are encouraged to take part in all sporting activities conducted by the school. No student will be excused from Physical Training. A Medical Certificate (Civil Surgeon) accompanied by a written application from parent is compulsory for exemption.

WITHDRAWAL
A one month notice is to be given to the school for withdrawal of admission, failing which the fees for the entire term will have to be paid.

DISCIPLINE
Students are not allowed to leave the school premises during school working hours without the permission of the Principal. They will maintain silence and conduct themselves in a civilized manner. THE DECISION OF THE PENALTY FOR ANY BREACH OF SCHOOL RULES OR DISCIPLINE WILL BE TAKEN BY THE PRINCPAL ONLY. * Kindly note for detailed rules refer the Handbook (Calendar).
SCHOOL
As the School is affiliated to the Mumbai Divisional Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, there are two Board Examinations for the X Std. which is held in the month of February / March and September / October every year. The children are expected to register for the desired examinations in the month of September and June respectively. The Middle School, Secondary have two Unit Tests and two Semester Examinations every year. The marks obtained at these examinations are taken into consideration for promotion to the next Std. There are 10 marks internal assessment for the year's performance in academics and other co- curricular activities.

RULES & REGULATIONS
• Copying in any of the Examinations or Unit Tests during or subsequently, is a very serious offence, the student found to use unfair means EVEN ONCE will be expelled from the school
• Students should be present in their seats at least 15 minutes before the examinations begin
• Students should not carry any manuscripts, printed matter, etc. to the examination room
• Students should bring their Identity Cards, failing which they will be sent home
• Complete silence and discipline has to maintained
1. Uniform: All students should be in their full uniform everyday.
a. Boys: White half-sleeved shirt, Grey long pants for High School. Grey short pants for Middle School, Maroon tie with house color. Plain white socks and black shoes.
i. A short hair cut is a must
b. Girls: White half-sleeved blouse, Grey pinafore, Maroon tie with House Color. White socks and black shoes. Either short hair above the shoulder with Black coloured hair band or long hair plaited and tied up on both sides with black colored ribbons.
c. Monsoon footwear: Black monsoon footwear is allowed but not two straw slippers.
d. Winter: Navy blue sweaters with the school logo is allowed.
2. Catholic pupils are responsible to the Principal for their due performance of their religious duties. They are expected to go for confession, communion often and to assist regularly at daily mass.
3. Irregular attendance, obscenity in words or acts, insubordination to teachers, any kind of cheating or serious misconduct even outside of the school premises or any such habit of behaviour objectionable to the good tone of the school are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of pupil.
4. Politeness and Courtesy of speech and conduct as well as cleanliness of dress and person are expected from every pupil. Any type of discourtesy or disrespect to members of the School Staff will be dealt with seriously.
5. As the school gives a vacation of six weeks in summer, three weeks in winter and one week for Christmas no other leave will be granted in the course of the year, except in case of illness, when a Medical Certificate will have to be produced.
6. Pupils who fail to be present on the reopening day after the summer, winter and Christmas vacations have to report to the school along with their parents when they resume. Pupils who come late to the school three days or more than in a month, parents have to report to the school on the next day.
7. If no notice is given in time to remove the name of the pupil from the register, the pupil’s name will be transferred at the close of the month to the register of the following month and the fee for that month will be charged.
8. If pupils, for unexplained reasons, remain absent from school for more than a month, the names will be struck off the roll and as a rule they will not be re-admitted.
9. Pupils who are late or absent must bring a written application or justification in the Absence Record in the Calendar.
10. No pupil will be excused from Physical Training without a Doctor’s Certificate and an application from the parent.
11. No books or periodicals are to be brought in school without the approval of the Principal.
12. PUPILS are not allowed to present the teachers’ with any gift, either in school or outside, and arrange any function in the school or outside in honour of a teacher without the consent of the Principal.
13. Pupils who are found attempting to copy by bringing manuscripts, printed matter, etc. at the Examination or Unit Test will be given zero marks, subsequent to any Examination or Unit Test a pupil found to have used unfair means will be expelled from the school.
14. When moving along the corridors pupils should walk in silence and in a single unbroken file.
15. Pupils are not allowed to leave the School premise during working hours (including the short recess) without the written permission of the Principal or a written application from the Guardian signed by the Principal. FOR BREACH OF ANY OF THE SCHOOL RULES OR DISCIPLINE A PUPIL MAY BE PUNISHED OR FINED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PRINCIPAL.
P.S.: A child is like a sponge, absorbing all the time from people, situations and places. In order to enhance this process, we have instituted a variety of Educational Clubs like Nature club, sports club, interact club, English Club, Prayer Club, Art & Culture Club and cyber club.  

ADVICE TO PARENTS OR GUARDIANS
1. Parents or Guardians are earnestly requested to enforce on their children’s regularity and discipline and serious application to studies. 
2. Parents or Guardians should address their complaints or grievances to the Principal and not to the teacher. 
3. Parents will not arrange with the school teacher for any tuition without prior permission of the Principal 
4. The syllabus for the First Semester shall comprise the portion covered from June to October and the 2nd Semester from November to March. 
5. Hair styles are not allowed for school girls. Hair should be either short, above the shoulders with a black-coloured hair band or long plaited and tied up on both sides with black-colored ribbons. 
6. Application for Mehandi strictly not allowed

1. Rules related to Speech:
a. Within the school premise, always speak in English. It helps improves your communication skills
b. Do not use abusive language. Speech should bond, not break.
c. Speech shows the man. Avoid shouting, screaming, whistling and yelling. These are not decent forms of expressions.
d. Classrooms are meant for learning. Singing songs and other forms of entertainment are to be avoided.
e. For learning to take place, it is important to pay attention. Silence in classrooms helps both the teachers and you.
2. Rules related to relationship with others:
a. Maintaining a healthy, peaceful relationship with others in school. Friendship is beautiful. Cultivate it.
b. Be considerate towards others. Do not tease those weaker than you.
c. Be generous with your time and talent, helping others to study and excel as well.
d. Do not take your friends home directly from school. Seek prior permission from parents or guardians.
e. Do not push, shove or talk loudly while moving up and down the staircase.
f. After school, do not make unnecessary phone calls to your friends.
g. Familiarity breeds contempt. Maintain a healthy distance, especially with those of the opposite gender.
h. While going to the AVR, Science Lab, Computer Lab, Quadrangle or the Library, do not peep into other classes and disturb those at work, walk with your hands behind.
i. Do not butt or interrupt when you see teachers / others conversing. If the need is urgent, excuse yourself politely and then speak.
j. Do not run or play during the recess.
k. Use polite words while speaking.
l. Avoid screaming near the school office / staff room /Principal’s office.
m. Running, playing or shouting inside the school building is not allowed.
n. Do not beat your fellow students.

3. Rules related to Values:
a. Be punctual to the school. Be punctual in your work. Be punctual about paying your fees.
b. Just as you value your property, so too do others. Do not steal.
c. Hard work, like honesty is the best policy. Never copy or cheat during exams, speak the truth always.
d. Respect everyone, Irrespective of age, gender or class. Respect teachers and the non-teaching staff.
e. Treat knowledge as sacred. The school is a temple of learning.
f. Cleanliness is next to Godliness. Maintain personal hygiene. Keep your clothes, your books and surroundings clean.
g. Readers make leaders. Read the newspaper daily. Read books, other than your text books too.
h. No celebrating birthdays in school. On such occasions think of the poor.

4. Rules related to school property:
a. Value your school. Keep your toilets clean. Remember, others need to use it too.
b. Do not litter your school. Pick up any piece of rubbish you see and put it to the dustbin.
c. Do not destroy school furniture. Avoid writing on the walls and benches or playing with the chairs in the hall.
d. A Church is a home of God. Do not play and make a loud noise near the church or the Grotto.
e. Save energy. Switch off the lights and fans, when not in use.
f. Water is precious. Do not leave the taps open.
5. Rules related to behaviour after school:
a. When school leaves for the day, go home directly. Do not loiter around the school premises.
b. All problems related to the school, should be solved in the premises. Do not carry tales home, as it magnifies issues, unnecessarily.
c. Behave well in the school bus. Don’t scream or fight.
d. When you are delayed in school for any reason i.e. extra classes, practise, etc. inform your parents.
6. Rules relating to belongings:
a. The school is not a place to show off. Do not bring expensive articles to school.
b. Do not wear fancy watches as they are merely a tool for distraction.
c. Simplicity is a virtue. Do not wear ornaments, mehandi, or new hair styles to school.
d. Use of mobile phones and I-Pods are strictly forbidden.
e. Students are not allowed to enter class-rooms other than their own.
Our Mission
Our mission is to give an opportunity to every child to maximize his/her potential by not only emphasizing academic learning but also cultivating talent & developing character.
Our Belief
We believe there are four steps to achievement, Plan Purposefully Prepare Prayerfully Proceed Positively Pursue Persistently
Our Vision
Our child centric vision endeavours to motivate parents to enshrine values in the child and enables teachers to encourage his/her blossoming so that together we create a confident and balanced individual ready to take his/her place in society.
Our Aim
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION ACHIEVED THROUGH SETTING HIGH STANDARDS WHILE PRESERVING THE UNIQUENESS OF EVERY CHILD.

2016-2017

CLASSGENDERRCPROMUSHINOTHTOTAL
XI AG0004040
B0003030
70
XI BG3939
B3131
70
XI CG4040
B3030
70
G0000119119
B00009191
TOTAL210
CLASSGENDERRCPROMUSHINOTHTOTAL
XI S1G2424
B4040
64
XI S2G3636
B2929
65
G00006060
B00006969
TOTAL129
GRAND TOTAL339
CLASSGENDERRCPROMUSHINOTHTOTAL
XII AG3535
B3030
65
XII BG3838
B2727
65
XII CG4545
B2222
67
G0000118118
B00007979
TOTAL197
CLASSGENDERRCPROMUSHINOTHTOTAL
XII S1G3636
B2323
59
XII S2G3030
B3030
60
G00006666
B00005353
TOTAL119
GRAND TOTAL316

LIST OF STAFF MEMBERS - JR. COLLEGE

NO.NAMEPOST
1MR. EDWARD MASCARENHASVice - Principal
2MS. CLARA CORREIAAssistant Teacher
3MRS. PUSHPA NAIRAssistant Teacher
4MRS. VANDANA KOREAssistant Teacher
5MR. P. T. PATILAssistant Teacher
6MR. MOHAN SALVIAssistant Teacher
7MR. ARVIND AHERAssistant Teacher
8MS. GERALDINE FERNANDESAssistant Teacher
9MRS. CHETANA MOREAssistant Teacher
10MR. DEEPAK ADVANIAssistant Teacher
11MR. A.N. SHARMAAssistant Teacher
12MR. AJAY SINGHAssistant Teacher
13MR. PRAKASH SURVEAssistant Teacher
14MR. PANKAJ DESALEAssistant Teacher
15MRS. SISY SAJUAssistant Teacher
16MR. IGNATIUS DSOUZAAssistant Teacher
17MRS. MASHLYN ROYAssistant Teacher
18MR. MAYANK KAPRIAssistant Teacher
19MRS. DIMPY R.Assistant Teacher
20MS. JENNIFER L.Assistant Teacher
21MR. SHEKAR AMBIGLab Assistant
22MR. SAVIO S.Lab Attendant
23MR. JITENDRA PATILLab Attendant
1.Boys: Brown long trousers, brown striped half sleeved shirt, black belt and black shoes.

2.Girls: Brown long trousers and brown half sleeved shirt and black shoes.

A short hair-cut for boys and girls is a must.

Girls must tie their hair neatly.
1. Junior College - Monday to Friday: 1:00 pm to 6:30 pm
2. Junior College Office - Monday to Friday: 11:00 am to 6:00pm
3. Library - Monday to Friday: 1:00 pm to 6:30 pm.
4. Principal will meet parents only all working days between 8:30am to 10:00 am only
5. Vice-Principal will meet parents on all working days between 4:00pm and 5:30pm only.
1. Students are responsible to the Principal / Vice-Principal for their behaviour, both in and outside the college.
2. Pupils must be present inside the college campus at 1:00pm and assemble to the left hand side of the gate. Late comers will not be allowed to attend the college.
3. Students have to come to college in their complete uniform daily. They should have with them their Identity Card and College Diary.
4. Absence without permission from Principal/Vice-Principal even for a lecture amounts to absence for the whole day.
5. Whenever a student is absent from the class, note of absence should be recorded in the College Diary and duly signed by the Parent.
6. Students falling short of the required number of days of attendance i.e. 75% in each term and practicals will not be allowed to appear for the examinations.
7. Girls falling short of attendance will have to pay the full fees without any concession.
8. Irregular attendance, habitual want of application, obscenity in words or action, insubordination to teacher, anykind of cheating or serious misconduct even outside the college premises are objectionable to the good tone of the institution and are sufficient reason for the dismissal of the student.
9. If a student remains absent without intimation for more than 30 days, his/her name is liable to be removed from the college roll. No students will be granted half day except on medical grounds and emergency. Attendance is compulsory on Orientation and Open Days for parents.
10. There are two Unit Tests in a year – August and January, and two Semester Examination – October and March. The marks obtained in all four exams will be taken into consideration for promotion for Std. XI.
11. Students must take proper care of the college property, and help in keeping the premises neat and clean. Students must not write on the blackboard nor disfigure walls, tables or benches. Any wilful damage to the property of the college will be dealt as a breach of discipline.
12. Copying/Cheating in any of the exams or test is a very serious offence, even if it is for the first time. Students who are found attempting to copy by bringing manuscripts, printed matter or tampering their marks will be given zero in that particular exam.
13. Mobile phones if carried by the students should be switched off while in campus, classroom, library and corridors of the college. If these instructions are not followed, the instrument will be confiscated.
14. Littering in the classrooms, corridors and the campus is prohibited. Please use dustbins provided all around. Offenders will be punished.
15. Without the CR/LR’s card, students are not allowed to leave the class. Only one student can take the CR/LR’s card at a time.
16. Loitering or crowding on the street in front of the college gate is also prohibited. Students are required to remain in the college campus during their free hours.
17. Students are not allowed to park their two wheelers inside the college premises.
18. Students must maintain silence in the classroom, library, laboratories and in the corridors where classrooms are located.
19. When students change classrooms for different subjects or commute on the corridor they must maintain silence and go in a single line keeping always to the left.
20. During the time of cultural events when students go for practise they should obtain the Vice Principal’s written permission prior to the practise.
21. Students are not allowed to invite any outsider to the college or to the college canteen.
22. No student should, without the permission of the Principal/Vice-Principal write to the Press or communicate any information relating to school/college administration.
23. Students must not, directly or indirectly do any act which in the opinion of the Principal / Vice-Principal, is or may be detrimental to the working of the college or to the interest of the students or maintenance of discipline.
24. Students are not allowed to take private tuition from their college lecturers without the written permission of the Principal / Vice-Principal.
25. Ragging or teasing fellow students is strictly forbidden. Any student involving in any such act will be expelled from the college and in addition may undergo imprisonment and fine.
26. Failure to observe any of the above rules will call for disciplinary action against the student.
JUNIOR COLLEGE
As the Junior College is affiliated to the Mumbai Divisional Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, there are two Board Examinations for the XII Std. which are held in the month of February / March and September / October every year. The children are expected to register for the desired examinations in the month of September and June respectively. The Junior College has Internal Assessment and two Semester Examinations every year for the XI Std. while the XII Std. has a Unit Test, a Semester and a Preliminary Examination. The marks obtained at these examinations for Std. XI are taken into consideration for promotion to Std. XII. There are 50 marks for internal assessment for the year's performance in academics.

RULES & REGULATIONS
• Copying in any of the Examinations or Unit Tests during or subsequently, is a very serious offence, the student found to use unfair means EVEN ONCE will be expelled from the school
• Students should be present in their seats at least 15 minutes before the examinations begin
• Students should not carry any manuscripts, printed matter, etc. to the examination room
• Students should bring their Identity Cards, failing which they will be sent home
• Complete silence and discipline has to maintained
1. Regular attendance is compulsory
2. Students must be present in the college on the re-opening day after holidays/vacations. They must also remain present in the college on the last working day of the college, preceding the holidays/vacations. Such absence will be viewed seriously.
3. A medical (sickness)certificate will have to be produced immediately in case of absence due to sickness for 3 days or more and while resuming college after sickness, a medical fitness certificate must be submitted by the student.
4. A student should not remain absent from the college except in case of emergency. On the day on which he/she returns to college, the student must product a note in the college diary from his/her parent/guardian stating the reason for the absence. The college accepts no responsibility if due to failure in producing this note from the parent/guardian, the student is sent back home during class hours.
5. If the child is ill or is suffering from some contagious disease, the Principal should be informed of the same within two days by the parent / guardian supported by a medical certificate. The child should not be sent to college till he/she is free from any danger of carrying infection. At the time of resuming college, the child must product a medical fitness certificate.
6. Any student who is late in attending college, should bring him/her a written application from his/her parent/guarding for late attendance. College accepts no responsibility if he/she is sent home during class hours due to failure in producing such written application.
7. No student will be permitted to leave college early. No half day leave will be granted.
i. Mr. Manuel Paschal

ii. Mrs. Agnes D’souza

iii. Mrs. Gracy Pereira

iv. Mrs. Meena Nare
Our Mission
Our mission is to give an opportunity to every child to maximize his/her potential by not only emphasizing academic learning but also cultivating talent & developing character.
Our Belief
We believe there are four steps to achievement, Plan Purposefully Prepare Prayerfully Proceed Positively Pursue Persistently
Our Vision
Our child centric vision endeavours to motivate parents to enshrine values in the child and enables teachers to encourage his/her blossoming so that together we create a confident and balanced individual ready to take his/her place in society.
Our Aim
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION ACHIEVED THROUGH SETTING HIGH STANDARDS WHILE PRESERVING THE UNIQUENESS OF EVERY CHILD.
Total studentsPer classVocational
1121335
PEONS
MRS. NISHA KOLI
SHRI. NATWAR SOLANKI
MRS. NARESH SHIMPI
SHRI. RICHARD D’SOUZA
SHRI. BHAGWAN NILE
MRS. ELVINA LEWIS
SMT. BEBIBAI BHALERAW
TEACHER’S, CLERICAL STAFF
MRS. SUSHAMA MANDLIK
MR. SUNIL BAUSKAR
MRS. RATNAPRABHA WAGH
MR. PRALHAD JADHAV
MRS. VIDYA DESHMUKH
MRS. KALPANA JAMNIK
 
StaffOffice
9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
RULES FOR PUPILS
Special School Timing : 10.00 am to 04.00 p.m
1. Pupils must be on the School premises about 10 minutes before the school session.
2. Pupils are responsible to the School authorities for their behaviour even outside the School premises.
3. Pupils should not remain absent without previously obtaining leave from the Principal. In case of emergency, pupils who are late or absent must bring a written application.
4. Pupils must wear the school uniform with the Special School Badge.
5. Pupils suffering from a contagious disease will not be permitted to attend School.
6. If pupils for unexplained reasons have been absent from school for more than month, their names are stuck off the roll and as a rule they are not re-admitted.
 
Advice to Parent & Guardian
1. Parents are requested to fill in the declaration form and other particulars in the Calendar and hand over the same to the respective Teachers.
2. They are not allowed to see their children or interview the Teacher during school hours.
3. They should see that the pupils do their home work and prepare their daily lessons.
4. They should address their complaints and grievances to the Principal and not to Teacher.
5. They should understand that they cannot dictate to the Principal who had the right to say on what conditions he will admit or retair a pupil in the school.
6. They should check the progress record in the calendar.

CONTACT US

School Support


Tel: +91-22-2534 1146 


Street Address

St. John the Baptist High School and Junior College Jambli Naka, Thane (W) - 400601.