St. Mary's Secondary School

About Us

St. Mary's Sec. School was established in the year 1950. It is run by the institute of the Franciscan Clarist Sisters of the Most Blessed Sacrament of Dehradun. The main aim of the society is education of the youth, especially the poor and the abandoned children. Since 1901 the Society is actively engaged in the field of education in India.

It is a co-educational institute affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE). The medium of instruction is English.

The Educational Vision of the Society

  • The education of the young with a preferential option for the poor, the marginalised or the underprivileged in the slum/interior rural areas.
  • The care of the orphaned/destitute children.
  • The services of the poor especially in the remote regions.

The society consideres schools as an effective agent in promoting the integral formation of the child in the Gospel Spirit of love and freedom-a-love that excludes no one because of religion, region, nationality or race in order to shape a better human society.

Its educational services aims at forming students to be intellectually competent, morally sound , psychologically whole, spiritually responsible, growing in friendly and harmonious interpersonal relationship, imbued with a deep sense of novle values and concern for the less fortunate, and ever open to further growth.

The Society endeavours to create a school climate as the nucleus of a wider and better society by:
Acknowledging God's tender love as binding force of our pluralistic community and following the teachings of jesus Christ-the one Genuine Teacher.

  • Providing a healthy and morally sound life-style that liberates the child from the forces of evil in the cultural, economic, social and political order.
  • Rejecting counter values that threaten human dignity viz. violence, racial hatred, injustice, crime, etc.
  • Rooting out all manifestations of egoism, namely rebellion, jealousy, antipathy, hatred, revenge etc.
  • Fostering noble virtues like affection, respect, obedience, gentleness, forgiveness, gratitude, helpfulness, sevices and good examples
  • Promulgating peace, justice, freedom, concern and progress for all, especially the downtrodden, bearing in mind that everyone is a child of God, created in his own image.
  • In its pursuit of excellence, the fullest possible development of all the dimensions of the pupil's personality-the society strives to engage men and women of high professional competence; moral integrity and dedication.