Our Motto


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

Waiting in Anticipation and Hope (Advent Assembly)

  2nd December 2019. After the feast of Christ The King, celebrated on 24th November 2019, the following Sunday, we enter into the First Week of Advent. Advent is a time of waiting and joyful celebration of Christ’s birth at Christmas. As we contemplate His First...

Child Rights Day.

20th November 2019. There is no trust more sacred than the one, the world holds with children. There is no duty more important than ensuring that the rights of children are respected, that their welfare is protected, that their lives are free from fear and want and...

Children’s Day.

    15th November was a pleasant and an enjoyable day for our Agnesians as we celebrated Children’s Day.     The celebration began with a prayer service invoking God’s divine presence. This was followed by toe-tapping dances by the teachers. The...

55th Annual Athletic Meet (Sports Day).

14th November 2019. Sports is not only about competition, it is also about having fun, being physically active, learning the basics of sports and building co-ordination and teamwork. To give the students an opportunity to display their talent, self-confidence,...

Diwali Celebration.

  The Significance of Diwali is the removal of darkness and ignorance in the mind and filling it with goodness. It is one of the most auspicious Hindu Festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. Before closing for the Diwali vacations, we at St....

Vachan Prerna Divas.

Reading Is Essential For Those Who Seek To Rise Above The Ordinary. Latest technology and gadgets have replaced the habit of reading. October 15th, being the birth anniversary of our Ex-President Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, the State Government has declared it as...

Marathi Elocution.

Marathi Elocution was organized for the students of Std: VIII and IX on the 4th of October 2019. Eight students participated in the Inter-house Elocution. All the students recited the poems composed by the poet, Vishnu Vaman Shirwadkar (Kusumagraj).   This activity...

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