Affiliation No: 2130326

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School Code: 60148

ST JOHN'S SCHOOL

AGRA ROAD, FIROZABAD
affiliated to CBSE Board, Bharat

History

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St. John’s School was established in 1988. It is owned and managed by the St. Dominic Education Society a registered charitable society. In the year 1999 was raised to Secondary School and in the year 2005 raised to Sr. Sec. School affiliated to the CBSE, New Delhi. Affiliation No. – 213026

An education which aims at the flowering of the child's physical, emotional, mental and spiritual personality. It is the progressive widening of consciousness which helps the child to manifest that within him, which is uniquely his, leading to an increasing satisfaction and success in individual living as also collective living, socially, nationally and internationally. Our endeavour is to impart education which looks beyond the frontiers of formal education. It is, in fact, a preparation for life long learning.

Mission and Vision

We consider schools a powerful agent in forming fully alive human beings to bring about a just society. The School’s aim at creating individuals who are intellectually competent, morally sound, psychologically whole, imbued with the sense of the divine, committed to the cause of justice, love and peace, and ever open to further growth.

The School aspires towards creating a human society, free from Prejudice, superstition and discrimination based on sex, religion, caste and economic status, and characterized by respect for the dignity of the human Person, leading to concern for each other especially the underprivileged.

For the attainment of this goal, we expect parents and teachers to share this vision and to co-operate in making it a reality .

Our vision of education is based on the conviction that education has a unique role to play in man’s integral growth as well as in the society’s development and reconstruction.

Our Management

St. John’s School is a minority Christian institution enjoying minority rights by Article 30 of the Indian Constitution. The primary aim of this school is to impart to students sound education in keeping with the national aspiration and to make the morally, socially, physically and mentally fit to become active, useful and worthy citizens of India.

At a Glance

Council Head
Head Boy
Ujjuval Garg – XI B (Senior) Jaydeep Singh Bagga – V C (Junior)
Head Girl
Pragati Upadhyaya – XI A (Senior) Aleeza Mirza – V A (Junior)
Captain Boy
Gaurang Garg – XI B Krish Agrawal - V B
Captain Girl
Priyal Sharma – XI B Ayushi Sharma – V D
Catholic Captain
Ronald Murmu – IX
Speaker of the school Parliament
Sakshi Gupta – XI B
Ministers
Minister of Cultural Activity
Kashish verma – XI A
Minister of Sports
Mahak Paliwal – XI B
Minister of Academics
Iskand Wadhwa – XI A
Minister of Discipline
Shubham Sharma – XI A
Minister of Environment
Kavyanshi Agrawal – IX A
Minister of Social Service
Priyanka Bharadwaj – IX A
Minister of Media and Communication
Aanshi Jain – IX D
Blue House (Senior)
Captain Boy
Suryansh Yadav XI A Aniruddh Gupta – V B
Captain Girl
Nandini Mittal – XI B Divyanshi Pengoria – V B
Vice Captain Boy
Rachit Gupta- IX D Avan Gupta – V C
Vice Captain Girl
Akshya Sharma IX B Sameeksha Mathur – V B
Yellow House (Senior)
Captain Boy
Olivett Jose XI B Sparsh Jhindal – V C
Captain Girl
Vanshita Agrawal – XI B Vaishnavi Singh – V B
Vice Captain Boy
Shishir Upadhyaya - IX B Shaurya Bachharwar –V
Vice Captain Boy
Anvesha Singh – IX B Tanya Sailoniya – V D
Red House (Senior)
Captain Boy
Nebin Anthony XI B Aryan Sharma – V B
Captain Girl
Anshika Mittal – XI A Jyotsna Rajpoot – V D
Vice Captain Boy
Nimesh Garg- IX C Udit Kumar - V A
Vice Captain Girl
Annya Yadav – IX B Mansi Gupta – V B
Green House (Senior)
Captain Boy
Anuj Sharma - XI B Kartik Yadav - V B
Captain Girl
Nishkaika Singh XI B Divyanshi Agrawal – V D
Captain Boy
Arjit Singh Rathore - IX E Abhigyan Murwariya – V D
Captain Girl
Erica Sharmal – IX B Avika Bansal – V D

Code of Conduct

  • Strict regularity, implicit obedience, courtesy in speech and conduct, cleanliness of dress and person are expected from every pupil. Pupils must strictly conform to the regulations laid down in this regard.
  • The pupils are responsible to the School authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behavior outside. Any reported objectionable conduct out of the school on the part of the pupils make them liable for disciplinary action.
  • The wearing of the school uniform is obligatory. Violation of this is a sufficient reason for the expulsion of a student from the school. No student will be allowed to the school without the prescribed uniform.
  • No book, newspaper, periodical, CD, Mobile Phone any material can be brought to the school without the Principal’s permission.
  • No student should possess electronic items and jewellery or valuables whatsoever in the school campus, the school shall not be responsible if these are lost or stolen.
  • No collection for any purpose, whatsoever, is to be made without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • Presents to the members of the staff or other expressions their honour is not allowed except with the permission of the Principal.
  • The date of birth of a student once entered will not be changed. The Parent / Guardian will have to sign an undertaking to this effect.
  • The name of a student who does not rejoin within three days after commencement of a term shall be struck off the rolls unless leave has been previously applied for and the sanction obtained from the head of the institution.
  • The name of a student who does not rejoin within three days after commencement of a term shall be struck off the rolls unless leave has been previously applied for and the sanction obtained from the head of the institution.
    Note :
    This rule does not prevent the Principal from refusing admission to the new session for adequate reasons to a student who was on the rolls in the previous session
  • Children must speak English in the school campus.
  • All pupils must posses a copy of the school calendar, which is to be brought on all working days.
  • Late comers and absentees from school will not be admitted to the class without the Principal’s written permission.
  • Every student is expected to be in time daily for the assembly with the school calendar at the commencement of the first meeting.
  • Students are liable to be sent home in the absence of a written explanation from their parents or guardians for being late.
  • No leave of absence is granted, except on written application from parent and that only for serious reasons. The school accepts no responsibility, if a child is obliged to return home during school hours sufficient; the sanction of leave must be obtained.
  • The pupils are not allowed to visit the Staff Room.
  • Fines may be imposed by the Principal for irregularity, indiscipline or damage to the school property.
  • The pupils are not allowed to leave the school premises during the school hours.
  • The school authorities may exercise their right of not readmitting the students who fail to return within three days after vacations.
  • Parents and guardians are, therefore, particularly requested to co-operate with the school authorities by sending their children back to the school on the re-opening date unless a written permission for extension of the leave has previously been obtained. Such permission, however, will only be granted for very grave reasons.
  • In case of illness, a medical certificate must be produced within three days of absence of the student. The school accepts the medical certificates of doctors in the government service, not below the rank of chief physician or surgeon only. In case of doubt, the school may insist on the child being examined by the civil surgeon or the school doctor.
  • If a student continues to be absent for a month, without the previous written permission of the Principal, his / her name will be struck off the roll, and in case of his / her rejoining, the re-admission fee will be charged.
  • Irregular attendance, frequent failure to obtain good in conduct, habitual lack of interest and prolonged or intermittent illness, behaviour determental to the discipline and the moral tone of the school, repeated failure in tests or examinations and insubordination are sufficient reasons, singly or together, to expel a student guilty of such laxity or misdemeanor, even without any notice of warning.
  • On national days like Republic Day, Independence Day and any other notified school function every student has to be present without fail. Absence on such days will be considered very grave and anti-nationalistic.
  • The school authorities do not hold themselves responsible for the student’s lose of money, books, articles or clothing etc. The students are expected to look after their own belongings.
  • Articles found in the school are to be handed over to the principal’ office.
  • Parents are strictly forbidden to interview their children or their teachers in the class, without the permission of the Principal. The Second Saturday of the month may be considered Visitor’s Day when they can meet the teacher.
  • Students should not be taken away from the class by anybody without an application from the parent or guardian.
  • The principal may punish a student in a manner suited to the offence e.g. by detention after school hours, by physical corporal punishment or by expulsion from the institution without assigning any reason.
  • The principal reserves the right to waive aside any of the rules contained in this prospectus / calendar without assigning any reason.
  • The interpretation of any rule in the prospectus rests solely and entirely with the governing body of this school. Their interpretation and decision is final.
  • For disobedience to the clear expressed orders of the Principal, punishment laid down is dismissal without any previous warning. The same punishment is laid down for moreal turpitude, writing on the walls and roads and defiance of the authorities.
  • The school neck-ties, and monograms to be worn by every pupil.
  • Students wearing turbans must come with gray coloured turban and no other colour will be allowed.
  • Students who are dirty in dress, or without uniform will not be permitted to sit in the class.
  • If a pupil is obliged to come to school without the proper uniform, he / she should get a note of satisfactory explanation from his / her parents otherwise he / she will not be admitted to class.