Convent Schools in Kolkata

Convent Schools in Kolkata

Find the list of top convent schools in Kolkata with 360° School tours, 2017-18 Admission forms & Fees, contact addresses, phone numbers, Photos, Facilities & more.

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St James School

St. James' School was established in 1864. It was inaugurated by the then Most Revd. George Edward Cotton- the Bishop of Calcutta on 25th July 1864. Almost from its inception, reports show that these were years of stress and struggle. In the first twenty years of its existence the school faced intensive financial difficulties and had to be closed in December 1904. According to reports, there was an upsurge of sentiment on the part of parents, well wishers and old boys at the closure of the school. In 1907, with financial assistance from the Church Education League, the school was reopened. However, again it ran into difficulties and closed in 1918. Relying on the evidence of a few surviving records, we find that the tenacious spirit of the school made it open its doors again in 1924 under the Rectorship of The Rev. Thomas H. Cashmore, also the Vicar of St. James' Church. Rev. Cashmore established a renaissance in the life of both church and school. He had a strong feeling for the traditions the school had established in the half century of its existence, particularly in the field of sport, looking back to school's triumphant winning of the Beighton Cup in hockey in 1900.
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St Mary's School

St. Mary's School is a Catholic Institution established and administered by the Catholic Archdiocese of Kolkata. The Institution was established in the year 1967, under the rights and powers granted to religious and linguistic minorities by the Constitution of India (Act. 29 and 30). The Catholic Archdiocese of Kolkata is the Founder Body of this Institution.
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St Jude's High School

A TEMPLE of learning that offers a holistic education. Established in 1995, St. Jude's High School is a Roman Catholic, Co-educational school having till ISC Class: XI - XII. The school is run by St. Dominic Savio Educational Society which is devoted to providing quality education to children. The School takes pride in offering a comprehensive educational programme for the students. The school provides the students a strong moral foundation and instils in them the value of discipline, tolerance and confidence.
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St Mary's Orphanage And Day School

In 1848, The Congregation of Christian Brothers (Missionaries of Ireland) founded the Calcutta Male Orphanage at Murgihatta, Calcutta. In 1947, it came to the present campus in Dum Dum in North Calcutta and was renamed St. Mary's Orphanage and Day School. The school particularly serves the northern and eastern part of Calcutta and North 24 Parganas District.
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St Thomas Boys School

St Thomas' School is a kindergarten to higher secondary school for boys located in Kidderpore, India. It has one of the largest campus areas in the city of Kolkata comprising of three football size fields, two basketball courts and children's playgrounds. The campus also houses the St. Thomas' College of Engineering and Technology and has a church called the St. Stephen's Church. The school has adjacent division St. Thomas' Boys' School (STBS). The students of this school are nicknamed as Thomasites (boys).
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St Xaviers Collegiate School

St. Xavier's Collegiate School was established in the year 1860 in Kolkata, India by the Jesuits (missionary priests belonging to the order of the Society of Jesus). The School comprises of two school buildings separated by an intersection; one building pertains to the Primary Section (classes Prep - 5) and the other houses the Secondary section (classes 6-12). The Secondary section shares the campus alongside the College. The school is a Catholic Institution but admits and houses students from all religious denominations, caste and creed. In fact non-Christian students make up a large segment of the school.
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