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The Academy was established by St. Paul's Anglo Indian Educational Society solely for the education and cultural development primarily of Anglo-Indian Christian children admitting inter-alia such other children irrespective of caste, creed, location, language or sex as are desirous of receiving education in St. Paul's School.
In our system of education, co-curricular activities play an important role. A particular feature of these activities is that the students from lower classes onwards learn under the supervision and guidance of the teachers to do this for themselves.
The Athletic programmes invites the participation of all the students since we believe that keen competition on the playing fields tends to develop a corporate spirit, striving for excellence and other qualities of mind and heart and character most needed for future leaders.
True to its purpose and motive, that honesty and perseverance are the essentials for progress and prosperity.
Good education is a process that brings about desirable development in the student-growth (for change) that one is able to see from year to year and evaluate.
It was the sincere desire of Late James Mervyn Quadros, the founder of the school, to place this beautiful and glorious school in the midst of the people of the place. His vision was to work for the welfare of the people, especially the marginalized and the poor. Thus with only vision of education to the most needy of the society was given momentum which began three decades ago.
St.Paul's School is from class LKG to Class X and affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE). The School is Co-Edu day school. It s an English mediium School.