St. Ignatius School

Established in 1994 and managed by the members of the Society of Jesus

About St. Ignatius School, Aurangabad.

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.

Aims & Objective

1. To promote the total development of the person as to be fully human, fully Indian and truly modern.

2. To enable our students to be open to continuous and comprehensive growth, to be intellectually competent, religious, loving and committed to faith and justice.

3. To be sensitive to national unity and integration.

4. To inculcate human values of love, compassion, forgiveness, service, cooperation, tolerance and sacrifice among students.

5. To inspire students to take keen interest in co-curricular activities and actively involve them selves in social service so that they could imbibe leadership quality and contribute to social change and development.

6. To promote power of eloquence among our students so that they could communicate their thoughts, ideas and vision effectively.

7. Finally, our school aims at making its own contribution towards a radical transformation of the present day social conditions, so that the principles of social justice, equality of opportunity, genuine freedom and respect for religions and moral values enshrined in the constitution of India may prevail and the possibility of living a fully human existence may open to all.

More specifically we aim :

  1. To develop in the student an attitude of openness to growth and to enable him/her to begin to take responsibility for his/her own growth.
  2. To prepare the student to be intellectually competent to promote the development of the intellectual skills, understanding, and mastery of the academic requirements necessary for advanced forms of education and for life.
  3. To help the student become mature religiously to help to know the major doctrines and practices of his/her own religion and to learn to examine critically his/her own religious feelings and beliefs.
  4. To help the student to become a loving person, to assist him/her to establish his/her own identity and in his/her movement beyond self-centeredness towards more significant relationship with others.
  5. To foster in the student a commitment to doing justice; to help him/her develop as a person for others and to prepare him/her to take his/her place as a competent, concerned, and responsible member of society.