Our Motto

‘Excelsior’

Founded in 1912, St. Agnes’ School is a High School and Junior College affiliated to the Maharashtra State Board of Education.

We, the Sisters of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary, serving in India since 1842 commit ourselves to the promotion of a more just and human society in our country. The inspiration provided by our Foundress, Claudine Thevenet since 1818 continues to strengthen this commitment.

In the India of today, the pressure of casteism, communalism, poverty and exploitative structures make it imperative to equip our students not only with intellectual skills, but also with a set of attitudes imbued with social moral and spiritual values.

Our commitment to this kind of Education is made in order to serve specially the young and among them the poor. We also seek to make them conscious of their rights, and struggle with them in the face of ongoing oppression and exploitation. We invite our Collaborators, Students and Parents to work with us in realizing our challenging vision of bringing about a New India.

 

St. Agnes

Our Patron Saint

News & Events

DEBATE — STD 4

The teachers of Std 4 conducted a debate for the students, the topic was '' TO FORGIVE '' or '' NOT TO FORGIVE. '' Children came well prepared and delivered their speeches confidently. The questions put forth by the children in the audience were very thought...

Magic at Imagica!

20th November 2017 JUST EDUCATION IS NOT ENOUGH, CHILDREN MUST HAVE SUN SHINE, FREEDOM AND PLAYTIME. Students of St. Agnes’ High School took off to Imagica for a day’s picnic on 20th November 2017. Students from Std. V to XII along with their teachers left the school...

NOV 17th – POT DECORATION STD 3

The Students of Std 3 used different material to decorate their pots. They were very innovative and worked with interest. The pots looked very beautiful and...

PUPPET MAKING — STD 1

The children of class 1 made beautiful Puppets using paper and cloth. The puppets looked very unique when...

Nov 14th – CHILDREN’S DAY

Children's day was celebrated in the Primary Section. A meaningful  prayer service was conducted seeking God's blessings on all our children entrusted to our care and children all over the world. This was followed by an entertainment programme by all the teachers and...

Children’s Day

14th November 2017 The birth day of our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is celebrated as Children’s Day because of his fondness for children. Children’s day was celebrated in St. Agnes’ high School on the 14th of November 2017 with much fanfare. The...

JM DAY CELEBRATION

13th November 2017 JM Day was celebrated on the 13th November 2017 to mark the beginning of the bicentenary year, a milestone in the history of the Religious of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary. The day was observed in order to recall the charism of our Foundress...