Jesuit Education is inspired by the vision received from the life and teaching of Jesus Christ who has always been respected and admired by the people of India. It is also based on the principles and character formation elaborated by Ignatius of Loyola. This vision and these principles give the Jesuit education a specific character and set before their staff and students high ideals of humanism and service towards which they are invited continually to strive.
Hence, Jesuit Vision of Education goes far beyond the achievement of academic excellence. It includes radical change of heart in the person of the educated and the educator him/herself turning them from selfish concerns to unreserved generosity to God and their fellow human beings. For a Christian, this would imply a personal commitment to Jesus Christ in whom he/she will find the source and inspiration of this generosity. Our education is therefore, aimed at this inner liberation of spirit, which prepared a person for even greater service, makes him/her truly free, mature and capable of assuming whatever responsibility each one is called to. Only such an education can create fully committed men and woman who can face the challenges of our times.
The ideal which is set before every pupil is that of the perfect person, full of human qualities. The students are inspired to devote their whole life to humanity in solidarity with the underprivileged. Towards this end great care is taken to impart a sound moral training to the pupils to improve their ethical values and help them grow in holiness of life. In short, the education impart to them is intended to prepare them for the duties of life as responsible citizen of India.
In order to realize this vision the school provides education that caters to the all round personality of the students. While a vast play ground equipped with various sport and games facilities cater to the physical development and mental fitness of the students, various clubs and associations provide ample opportunities to widen the mental horizons of the learners. A well stocked library offers books, magazines and periodicals on different subjects. Regular co-curricular and extra-curricular activities provide the students ambience to develop their talents and ensure emotional growth.
The well qualified and experienced faculty members accompany the students in their pursuit of excellence and an integrated personality.
OUR MOTTO: REACHING THE UNREACHED
1. The Management has special social concern for the children of the underprivileged, victims of child labor, bonded labor and Devadasi system. Hence it has made a preferential option to these marginalized, schedule caste and schedule tribes. It offers such children facilities, privileges and opportunities.
2. The Management gives special attention to the girl child who is generally considered a liability and who is used, abused and misused rather than loved, respected and cherished. To ensure a safe and prosperous future to such children, the school takes the initiative to educate them in a protected environment.
3. The Management makes preferential option to provide educational opportunities to children who live in remote and inaccessible villages.
4. The Management does not consider less talented students as a liability or hindrance to its quality educational programme. It rather accepts such students as a challenge to its efforts in empowering educational endeavors.
5. The Management has a special social concern for the children who are victims of child labour, bonded labour and Devadasi system. Hence it has made a preferential option to the marginalized, Schedule castes and Schedule tribes. It offers such children greater privileges through choice education.
6. The management gives special attention to the girl child who is generally considered a liability and used rather than respected in various circles. To ensure a safe and prosperous future to such children the school takes the initiative to educate them with boarding facilities.
7. The Management makes preferential option to provide educa tional opportunities to children who live in remote and inaccessible villages.
8. The Management does not consider less talented students as a hindrance to its quality educational programme. It rather accepts such students as a Challenge to its efforts in education.
1. The Working day is divided into two sessions. The morning session commences with the Assembly at 9.15 AM and ends at 01:00 PM. The afternoon session is from 1.40 PM to 3.50 PM.
On saturdays, the classes end by 1.00 PM.
2. Students should be in the campus by 8.45 AM on class days and those who come before the time must go to their respective class rooms and study till assembly begins. All the students are expected to be in their classrooms.
3. At the bell before the morning session all the pupils must gather in front of the School for the Assembly.
4. On the Teacher’s entering the class room the pupils must rise and remain standing in silence till they are directed to sit or till the teacher takes his or her seat.
5. The Gates of the school will be closed at 9.00 AM
No one will be allowed to enter the school campus after 9 AM
6. No pupil is allowed to leave the classroom without the permission of the Teacher, or until the class is dismissed. No pupil is allowed to leave the school premises during school hours, break times without the permission of the Principal or his Deputy.
7. Punctual and regular attendance is insisted upon. Leave of absence from School for weddings, functions, etc. must be applied for previously. The general terms of excuse as : “for business”, “for some ceremony” are not sufficient.
8. Those who are absent to the classes must produce their school diary duely signed by their parents / guardians. Without Director’s / HM’s signature no student should enter the classrooms.
9. Action will be taken on those students who regularly absent themselves during examinations and on the days of school reopening after vacations.
10. Irregular attendance, insubordination to Teachers, habitual inattention to School work, obscenity in word or act, are sufficient reasons for permanent or temporary dismissal of a pupil. Other offences such as habitually coming late to class, damaging School property etc. are punishable according to the nature of the offence.
11. Ordinarily the School does not hold itself responsible for the pupils’ conduct outside its premises. In justice to itself, however, it takes cognizance of any serious misconduct of its pupils noticed outside its precincts and should any serious charge be substantiated, the guilty shall be punished according to the gravity of the offence.
12. Specimen signature of the parent (or guardian) has to be shown by every pupil on the pages indicated in the Diary.
13. Every student must come to the school neatly dressed with clean uniform. Those who come to school with incomplete uniform will be fined.
14. No student will be allowed to enter the classrooms with shabyy dress, low-waist pants and stylish hair do.
15. Books and other articles should have a name or mark by which the owner can be easily known, and all stray or unclaimed property should be brought to the Director’s Office. The School does not hold itself responsible for the loss or damage of such property. Loss of books, pen, etc., should be immediately reported to the Principal.
16. Books, periodicals or papers of any objectionable character should not be brought to the School.
17. All cycles must be kept locked in the cycle shed.
18. Without the Director’s permission pupils must not join any clubs or associations outside the school or make any engagement that would interfere with their studies.
19. All correspondence should be addressed to the Director, Loyola School and should enclose reply postage.
20. No mobiles should be brought to the school. If any mobile is found with the students it will be confiscated and the student will be fined.