St. Ignatius School

Established in 1994 and managed by the members of the Society of Jesus
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Welcome to St. Ignatius School

St. Ignatius School, Aurangabad is constituted and administered by a Registered Society - Samapurna Vikas Samiti – registered under Society Registration Act 1860. It imparts education in collaboration with competent and dedicated teachers/staff. Established in 1994, St. Ignatius School, Auranagabad is a co-educational Higher Secondary school open to all, irrespective of religion, caste or community. Its earnest intention is that the young boys and girls it prepares for the world may be able to distinguish themselves by their selfless service, inspired by the truth that as children of God , they are all brothers and sisters responsible for one another.

Managed by:SAMPURNA VIKASH SAMITI
(A Christian Minority Institution)
Established:1994
Affiliated To:CBSE Board
Classes:I st- Xth
(Co-Education)
Medium:English
Admission:To I (In January)
School Timing:Regular - 08:10a.m - 01:50p.m
Summer - 07:10a.m - 12:50p.m
Office Timing:Regular - 07:45a.m - 02:30p.m
Summer - 06:30a.m - 01:30p.m
The Principal May be visited:Regular - 10:00a.m - 12:00p.m
Summer - 10:00a.m - 12:00p.m

News & Announcement

News and Announcement

Current Activity

Admission

Students are admitted to class I. Application for this class is ordinarily taken three months prior to the commencement of the academic year. The dates of application are announced every year on the School Notice Board and also through various means of communication. The academic year begins in the first week of April. Normally, casual vacancies in other classes are filled in after the commencement of the academic year. All students applying for admission are normally asked to appear for an admission test and an interview.



Aims & Objective

Jesuit Education is inspired by a vision of human beings drawn from the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. It is also based on the principles of character formation, elaborated by St. Ignatius of Loyola. This vision and these principles give the Jesuit educational institutions a specific character and set before their staff and students high ideals of humanism and service towards which they are invited continually to strive for. We believe in a Christian social ethos whereby justice is an absolute requirement of our faith in God as our Father and the acceptance of each other as brothers and sisters. As Jesuit educators our strong concern and effort is to aid the development of the WHOLE PERSON so as to be fully human, fully Indian and truly modern. We aim that our students are open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving and committed.

Activity

The years a student spends in the school should enable him/her to acquire sound principles of conduct and action and lay a solid foundation for a true purposeful living when he/she attains adulthood. Principles of ethics, honesty, trust, co-operation, self-reliance and hard work are inculcated through various school activities. In and through these activities a student learns to do things by himself/herself under the supervision of moderators. They are given the opportunity to see the practical application of the abstract ideas that they learn in the classroom on a give and take basis. Certain activities are conducted under the House system. The entire school is divided into Houses: Gandhi, Subhash, Nehru and Azad in order to encourage team-spirit and co-operation. Activities like dramatics, elocution, sports and games are carried out under the guidance of moderators as well as Physical Education teachers assisted by Captains and Vic-Captains appointed for various Houses.