Sacred Heart School, Chandigarh is an all-girls day school affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. Established in 1968, the school is sited at Sector 26, Chandigarh and managed by the Institute of Franciscan Clarist Sisters and offers education from pre primary through senior secondary. The school boasts a student strength of 2000 and maintains a teacher student ratio of 1:30.
The school campus houses two buildings, a junior and a senior block that house well ventilated classrooms, a well stocked library, a well equipped computer lab, modern science labs, a canteen and play grounds.
The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi and offers education from kindergarten to class XII. The CBSE curriculum is followed to prepare the students for the ‘‘All India Secondary and Senior Secondary School Examination’’.
It is a bilingual school with English and Hindi as medium of instruction. The school provides for the study of the following subjects: English language, English literature, Hindi language, Hindi literature, mathematics, sciences, social sciences, Punjabi, moral science, general knowledge, art & craft, computer and commerce.
The curriculum also includes various extracurricular activities to ensure the holistic education of children such as physical education, sports, games, S.U.P.W., music, dance, debates and declamations.
Sister Arti (principal)
The school admits children at nursery level and the selection is done by draw of lots conducted in January. It offers 200 seats in the nursery class. Age eligibility for admission to kindergarten is four years plus.
Sacred Heart School is one of the most popular schools in Chandigarh known for its academic rigor and discipline.
The school is ranked among the top 10 girls day schools in India by the EducationWorld India School Rankings 2020-21.
The Sacred Heart School being a day school does not offer accommodation facilities.