St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School
St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Pokhara was established in 1983. It is under the management of the sisters of the Congregation of Jesus founded by an English Lady, Mary Ward, in 1609. It is an International Institution especially devoted to the education of youth.
This Institute is open to girls of all communities, irrespective of status, caste, creed and religion. The school imparts not only academic education to girls, but also helps them to form an integrated personality by developing in them a strong character, love of truth, respect, loyalty, a sense of justice adn the necessary energy for honest and hard work. This will make them an honour to womanhood and a source of happiness and blessings to all with whom they come in contact.
From the academic year 2008 AD the school has opened Admission for Class XI and Class XII for Science and Management streem. Physical training, social and cultural activites and other extra curricular activities are given adequate place on the children’s education to make them disiplined and worthy citizens. Value education, taught to all children, aims at inculcating in them right values and attitudes.
The C.J. Vision of Education
The Sisters of the Congregation of Jesus founded by Mary Ward in 1609, consider schools as powerful agent in forming fully alive human beings to bring about a just society.
Our School aims at creating individuals who are intellectually competent, morally sound, psychologyically whole, imbued with the sense of the Divine, commited to the cause of Justice, Love and Peace, and ever open to further growth.
These schools aspire towards creating humane society, free from prejudices, 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, the congregation expects the teachers to share this vision and to co-operate in making it a reality.