St. John's Diocesan Girls' Higher Secondary School

St. John's Diocesan Girls' Higher Secondary School

Coordinates: 22°32′15.00″N 88°21′15.23″E / 22.5375000°N 88.3542306°E / 22.5375000; 88.3542306

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St. John's Diocesan Girls' Higher Secondary School
17, Sarat Bose Road, Kolkata-700 020 (India)
School type Preschool, Primary, Secondary, Higher Secondary School
Motto The Good Retain, The Better Follow
Religious affiliation(s) originally a Christian Missionary School ,currently under the Diocese of Calcutta, Church of North India
Founded 1876 (1876)
Founder Sister Angelina Margaret Hoare
Head of school Ms. Carolyn Lionel
Grades Nursery I, Nursery II
Kindergarten or Transition School
I to X (Secondary School)
XI to XII (Higher Secondary School)
Gender previously co-ed now female only
Average class size 60 students in each of 4 sections of a class.
Medium of language English
Language English, Bengali, Hindi
Houses 4
Colour(s) Green Pink
Blue Yellow
Sports Athletics, Swimming, basketball, Karate and others
Nickname Diocesan & Dio
Publication Papyrus
Affiliations WBBSE & WBCHSE

St. John's Diocesan Girls' H.S. School, (also known as St. John's Diocesan Girls' High School or Dio), is situated in the city of Kolkata (old name Calcutta) in West Bengal state, India . It was established in 1876. Standing on the crossing of Sarat Bose Road (erstwhile Lansdowne Road ) and Elgin Road in South Kolkata.

In November 2004 a branch of the school was established in Bamunbagan slum area with 26 children. On Children’s Day, the 14th of November 2005, a second school was set up at Bedford lane, off Ripon Street, Kolkata with 52 children.

Read more about St. John's Diocesan Girls' Higher Secondary School:  History, The Founder, Principals, Academic Life, School Motto & Emblem, School Prayer & Anthem, Campus, School Calendar, Special Celebrations, Uniform, Co-curricular Activities, Houses and Colors, Social Services, Awards, Notable Alumni

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