St. John’s Public School, Khera Khurd, Delhi is an unaided Christian Minority Institution established in 1990 by the Congregation of Missionary Brothers of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Joseph’s Province, Delhi, registered under society’s act as Society of St. John’s Institute. Franciscan Brothers, a Christian Religious Order founded by Rev. Bro. Paulus Moritz in the year 1901, is well known in India and across the globe for its valuable services in different fileds. The congregation has over hundred well established centres in India which includes: educational establishments, higher and professional technical education like Engineering and Management Institutes, Industrial Training Institutes, Hospitals, Rehabilitation centres, Home for the Aged, Orphanages, Hostels, Boys Homes, Social Welfare Centres, Interior Arts and Design Institutes, Trade Test Centres etc.
St. John’s Public School, Khera Khurd, Delhi is a co-educational institution open to children of all communities. This school is recognized by the Board of Education, Delhi Administration and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), and the medium of instruction is English. St. John’s Public School is an exceptional school, our mission is “Education for life” and we believe that we assist students to progressively accept more responsibility for self-discipline, to develop self respect, and to contribute to the community, to develop a love of learning and to strive for excellence. We believe that students are individuals with right and responsibilities. Our heavenly patron of St. John’s Public School is St. John Berchmans (1599-1621). His motto is: “to pay attention to the slightest inspiration from God”. John was also remarkable for his charity towards others, for his cheerfulness and his modesty.
Updated on: [July 12, 2017]