About St. Paul's High School


St. Paul’s High School is a Minority Christian Co-educational School run by St. Paul’s Educational Society registered under Societies Registration Act.


Aims:

The school aims at facilitating all round development of Children to help them grow into mature and responsible persons who strive to - a.Achieve academic excellence b.Inculcate a sense of discipline and appreciation of all religions. c.Develop critical thinking to help understand the world around them d.Make them sensitive to not only their own needs but also to those less fortunate. e.Train them to acquire leadership qualities and a habit of cleanliness, order and sense of discipline. f.Prepare them to be good and loyal citizens of our great country and to be proud of its heritage. g.Being a Christian minority school priority is given to Christian students and Christian values.

Curriculum:

The school follows ICSE syllabus of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination. The medium of instruction is English. Hindi is a compulsory subject and is taught with special emphasis. The course of studies is so formulated as to lay a solid foundation in both languages – spoken as well as written and in Mathematics. In the lower classes Arts and Craft, Music and Dance are integral part of the curriculum. As children progress other subjects are introduced at appropriate level. Socially Useful and Productive Work (SUPW) is now an integral part of our school curriculum. This subject is mandatory for all candidates n order to pass the ICSE Examination. The aim of this subject is to create an attitude of being helpful to others and develop practical skills which will be of use to the child and to the society later on in life.