St. Joseph's Girls High School, Cuttack,

Was Opened More Than A Hundred Years Ago, By The Sister Of St. Joseph Of Annecy, France, And Is Under The Religious Jurisdiction Of The Roman Catholic Archbishop Of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar. It Is A Christian School That Aims At The Educational Needs Of Members Of The Communities As Far As Is Possible. The Type Of Education Imparted In The School, Takes Into Account Background And Personality, With Love And Patience Exemplified To  Languages Oriya  And Hindi. Provide A Sound And Practical Education For Young Girls Who Are Gradually Led To Self-formation, And To Develop A Sense Of Responsibility And Concern For Others. Girls Are Admitted At Nursery Level And Prepared For The 10th Class Examination (Indian Certificate Of Secondary Education) Of The Council For The Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi To Which Board The School Is Affiliated. It Is A Privately Run Minority School Not Aided, But Recognised By The Education Department Of The State With Due Emphasis On The Study Of The Following Indian.
School Hours: The Working Days Are Divided In To Two Sessions. The Morning Session Lasts From 8.30 A.m. To 11.55 A.m.The Afternoon Session Is From 12.30 To 3.10 P.m.The School Assembly Is Held Daily At 8.30a.m. All Pupils And Staff Members Must Be Present.
School Uniform: Pupils Must Attend School In The Prescribed Uniform, Blue Tunic And White Blouse, Shoes And Socks Must Be Worn By All.
Basic Philosophy: We As Sisters Of St. Joseph Witness Jesus The Teacher In All Our Educational Institutions. We Aim At Removing The Evil Of Illiteracy From The Mass Through Our Schools.St. Joseph's Schools Aim At Forming A Community Composed Of Students. Staff, Parents And Management. This Community Upholds The Following Values.
 Respects The Dignity Of Each Person.  
  Promotes Indian Culture. 
  Upholds Traditions Passed On By The Institution. 
  Creates Awareness About The Rights Of Children.
  Prepares Girls To Be Women Of Confidence And Courage. 
  Teach The Students The Need To Share With Others And Care For Their Need.
  Gives Priority To Moral And Value Education And Catechism.
  Promotes A Sense Of Social Service.
  Respect All Religions.

The St. Joseph’s Girls’ High School, Cuttack Is A Christian Minority Educational Institution, Which Is Being Managed By The Society Of The St. Joseph’s Of Annecy (India) Educational Society, Bhubaneswar. It Is A Charitable Un-Aided Minority Educational Institution. It Does Not Receive Any Kind Of Financial Assistance From The State Either For Development, Maintenance Of Infrastructure Or Towards The Salary Of The Staff. The Sole Income Of The School Is From The Fees Collected From The Parents. It Runs On No Profit. The St. Joseph’s Girls’ High School, Cuttack Is Affiliated To The ICSE Council, New Delhi And Has Received The Minority Status Certificate On March 19 2007 From The National Commission For Minority Educational Institution (NCMEI), Government Of India, New Delhi Vide F. No. 2011 Of 2006 - 17755. The Minority Status Certificate Granted In Favour Of St. Joseph’s Girls’ High School, Cuttack Is Available  In Our School Website.

The St. Joseph Girls’ High School, Cuttack Does Not Come Under The Preview Of Section-12 & 18 Of The RTE Act In View Of The Judgement Passed By Hon’ble Supreme Court Of India In Its Judgment Dt:12.04.2012 In WP(C) No. 95 Of 2010 In The Matter Of Society For Unaided Private School Of Rajasthan Vs. Union Of India,  reported In (2012) 6 SCC- 1 And Subsequently  Vide Judgement Dated 06.05.2014 In The Matter  Of Pramati Educational & Cultural Trust & Others  –Vs- Union Of India & Others, Reported In AIR 2014 SC 2114. Both The Judgments Are Available In The Supreme Court Of India Website “https://www.sci.gov.in/judgments