St.Claret High School
is situated about 20 k.m. from Secunderabad on N.H-7 to Nagpur at Athvelly in Medchal of R.R Dist at a spacious campus and seren atmosphere.
St.Claret High School Medchal
St. Anthony Mary Claret was born in Catalonia, the northeastern corner of Spain, in a town called Sallent on December 23, 1807. He was the fifth son of Juan Claret and Josefa Clará's eleven children.
1. St.Claret High School , Athvelly , established on 1st July 1991, is a Catholic Institution run by the Claretian
Fathers Association.The medium of instruction is English, but Telugu will be taught as 1 st language from
class 1st onwards.
2. The School aims at the all- round development of its students.Academis Success is the constant aim of the
class room.But more importnt than academic success is the building up of the character.Honesty, truthfulness,
integtrity and piety are inculcated by the well regulated discipline.Moral instruction which is essential for
character formation is imparted to all the pupils.
3. The School admits both boys and girls of all sections of the society.But being a minority institution priority
in admission will be given to Catholics who fulfit other conditions.
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NEED FOR PARENT-TEACHERS CO-OPERATION
It is highly necessary to have a healthy and constant relationship between the school and parents.The school needs co-operation of the parents.To seek maximum information about their wards and their progress in order to have fuller understanding of his/her nature, talents,habits, environmental influences etc., Parents/Guardians are requested to visit the school on all the second Saturday from 9:30 to 12:00.We will be glad to discuss with them the character and progress of their children.Parents must not enter into the class or interrupt the teachers during working hours.
It is advisable to have a Home time- table for the children for studies, play etc.
-Parnts are requested to read the rules carefully and see that they are followed.
- Special attention must be given to ensure a high standard of morality and discipline.
- Ordinary communication with the parents/guardians of the students is made through the school diary.So
check the deary several times a week.
- Parents who seek information or who wish to make some complaints should approach the Headmaster or
the manager and not the class teacher.
- Parents are advised not to make arrangements for private tutions for their children with the members of the
staff.The management discourages private tuitions as they undoubtdly make children lazy,irresponsible and
- Parents and guardians should follow up the progress of the children by studying the monthly and terminal
reports of their wards.
- Parents and guardians are requested to cooperate with the school authorities:
1. To see the regular and punctual attendance of their wards;
2. To send their wards to school daily neat and tidy in the school uniform;
3. To see that their wards do their homework and study their lessons daily;
4. To insist on neatness and cleanliness in regard to their textbooks ,exercise books and
5. To meet the Headmaster and the manager to discuss the progress of their children on all the
- Remarks made in the diary should be noted and counter signed regularly.
- If you feel that your child does not make the desired progress, please contact the Headmaster and the class
- Should there be any infectious disease in your home, please do not sent your child to class till the danger
infection is over.
- The school Bus: For those children who opt for this facility, it is contract for the whole academic year.
Nobody is allowed to violate the contract by dropping in between.
We take all possible care for the safety of the children .In spite of all deli gent care we take, if any accident happens either at the school premises or in the school bus, the school will not be responsible for it.
The school authorities are not responsible for the safety of the pupil after school hours.Necessary arrangements should therefore be make to take the children home after the school hours.