St. John the Evangelist High School is an English medium school administered under the Archdiocese Board of Education, Mumbai.
It is a Catholic institution and administered under the minority right. It caters in the first place, to the Roman Catholic community and socially handicapped but to the extent possible it’s doors are also open to the other communities irrespective of caste or creed.
The aim to impart sound education, instill good character, create balanced judgement and robust physique so as to enable its pupils to blossom into useful citizens.
The course of studies of the school is arranged according to the syllabus laid down by the Department of Education, Maharashtra Government.
Parents are expected to co-operate fully in the task of education by seeing to the regular studies of the child and by encouraging him to participate in the activities of the school here. They should faithfully attend school functions such as Prize Distribution, Sports Day and General Body Meeting of the PTA.
Great stress is laid on punctuality, regular attendance and discipline. Absence without prior permission on the first day of class after any vacation and on the last day of class before any vacation is considered a serious offence. New admissions are liable to lose their seats if they fail to report within a week after the school re-open in June.
The school conducts certain drives for funds for charitable/educational causes during the year. Any contribution to these funds should be made out of sheer goodwill bearing in mind the purpose of the collection which is always clearly announced beforehand and duly carried out afterwards.
No student will take tuition from the class teacher. Tuition from any other teacher has to be sanctioned as help required because the child is weak and needs assistance.
- A student should be medically fit to attend school. In case of any serious aliment/sickness or operation, the school authorities need to be informed immediately.
- New admissions will be made subject to there being vacancies. No correspondence will be entertained regarding admissions.
- Every new pupil must bring:-
i) A transfer (Leaving) Certificate if he come from a recognized school and ii) A birth certificate issued by the Government/Municipal authority. OR
A Baptismal Certificate, if he is a Christian.
- Every application for the Leaving Certificate is to be made in writing by the parent or guardian. It will be given free of charge if taken within a year from the date of leaving the school or from the date of the result of S.S.C. examination for which the pupil appeared from the school . After this period a fee of Rs. 2/- will be charged for duplicate copy of the Leaving Certificate or an extract from The General Register.i) Leaving Certificate will be issued only to those pupils who have settled all their fees up to date.ii) If no notice of withdrawal before the end of a term is given, full fees for all months of absence will be charged.iii) School Character Certificate and other certificates will be issued only to those who leave school after completing the S.S.C. course and if the attendance and conduct are good . This must be taken within a year else no such certificate will be issued.
- Fees Are accepted in Citizen Credit co-operative bank ltd.
- 9.00 AM to 11.30AM and 4.00PM to 5.00 PM (Monday to Friday only)
- Fees will be accepted from the 8th – 28th of every month
- One Terminal and one Final Examination –Summative evaluation is held each Semester-October/April.
- Pupils absent from either examination/evaluation due to illness must produce a doctor’s certificate immediately.
- The results entered in the Handbook must be signed by the parent.
- Absence from one or more subjects in the Unit Tests, Terminal or Final Examination/ Summative evaluation involves loss of marks for these subjects excluding the pupil from being reckoned in the order of merit of rank in the examination and from prizes.
- Wilful breach of any of the regulations for the conduct of examination is punished with expulsion from the examination room. If subsequently discovered, with cancelling of paper.
- When there are different sections in a subject the marks are combined for deciding a pass/failure.
- At the first Term Exam, total and grade are given to the student only if he passes in all subjects.
- Though Religion/Moral Science marks are not counted for the total, yet a failure in Religion/Moral Science will deprive a student from obtaining total and grade, even if he passes in all the remaining subjects.
- The record of the year’s work, curricular and co-curricular activities will be taken into account along with the results of the annual examination for the purpose of promotion.
- Before appearing for the Secondary School Certificate Examination, candidates are strictly required to pass in the preliminary examination.
- For sufficient reasons such as unsatisfactory progress in studies, serious misconduct, dishonesty at or absence from a test / examination, non-payment of school fees, a pupil’s name may be withdrawn even after having passed the Preliminary Examination.
- In the case of the S.S.C. examination, the application forms may be filled up and fees may be received in advance for convenience only but the school authorities reserve the right to withdraw the said Form if the conduct and/or attendance of the pupil are not found satisfactory.
- The school management reserves the right to add, to alter or amend any of these Rules and the same shall be binding on the parents and the pupils.
Parents must read the handbook regularly.
Secondary Section : 7.25 AM to 1.10 PM
Primary Section : 7.30 AM to 1.20 PM
Sr.KG : 7.45 AM to 10.45 AM
Jr.KG : 11.30 AM to 2.00 PM
Principal’s Office Hours :
8.00AM –10.00AM, Mondays and Wednesdays by special appointment only
School office hours:
8.30 AM – 10.30AM (Monday – Wednesday and Friday – Saturday)