FAQ's



Q.What is the Vision that guides the St. Xavier's High School?
St. Xavier's High Schools will provide students an environment that challenges them into discovering their talent and skills. We aim to be a school where all the children are inspired to see learning as a lifelong experience, thus empowering them to make good choices in later life.We inspire the joy of learning by fostering a culture of creativity. Our students will be ethical, respectful, happy and purposeful citizens of society.

Q.What will be the class strength?
Pre-Nursery : 25, Nursery upwards : 30 per section

Q.What are the timings of the school?
Pre-Nursery - K.G. - 8:00 a.m -12:30 p.m. (Bus Students)

Pre-Nursery - K.G. - 8:00 a.m -12:40 p.m. (Walkers)

Class I - VIII - 8:00 a.m - 2:30 p.m. (Dispersal) 

* All Students are requested to report to school atleast 5-10 minutes before 8:00 a.m. 


Q.What kind of outdoor and indoor sports do you provide in the school campus?
Football, cricket, basketball, skating, tennis, squash, swimming, table tennis and many more will be a part of the sporting culture of the school.

Q.Is your school a CBSE school?
YES

Q.Till what class are you admitting children in next academic year?
We will begin admissions to all classes up to Class 8, and keep adding classes every year.

Q.What is the Curriculum Overview of the school?
The St. Xavier's High School curriculum is an ever evolving system encompassing various activities and experiences in school. The curriculum is a ''High concept'', ''High Touch'' program that addresses the needs of the 21st century learner. Art, music, theatre and sport are interwoven into the daily program to foster development of scientific aptitude, language and numeracy skills. The curriculum champions self discovery, appreciates unique talent among children and builds a community of individual and collective excellence. It supports academic rigour through Project based and experiential learning.

Q.Is your school a co-educational school?
Yes

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