St. Joseph’s Girls High School, Cuttack is an all girls day school affiliated with the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi. The school was founded over 100 years ago by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Annecy, France and is under the religious jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar.
The school is a privately run minority institution that aims to meet the educational needs of members of all communities and endeavors to impart sound and practical education to young girls and help them to develop a sense of responsibility and concern for others.
The school campus hosts a well-stocked library, well-equipped science and home science labs, conference halls, open air auditorium, play pen for kindergarten section and play ground for the junior and senior children.
The school’s syllabus is designed to foster all around development among its students and help them to get an exposure to different experiences in all walks of life. Moral science and catechism are an essential part of the curriculum.
Co-curricular activities include social work, fete, SUPW, sports and games. The school promotes clubs such as literacy club, science club, social club and sports club. The school also encourages leadership qualities, team spirit, sense of justice, love, concern and mutual support and help.
The Annual Day, Sports Day, cultural events and competitions offer students a chance to build their skills.
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St. Joseph’s Girls High School, Cuttack is one of the oldest and most reputed institutions in Cuttack, and is known for its academic standards, discipline, world class infrastructure and nurturing environment.
Being a day school, it does not provide accommodation facility.