St. John's School, Ghazipur, a minority institution, was established in 1997 and is administered by the Catholic Diocese of Varanasi, a registered charitable society. It is under the religious jurisdiction of the Bishop of the Diocese of Varanasi. Sisters of the Congregation of Jesus of Allahabad Province are actively involved in the day to day administration of the school.
The school aims at the education of the catholic community around and extends its services to the members of the other communities to the extent possible. The school stands for academic excellence, development of skills and character formation based on the love of God and the service of mankind as modelled in Jesus Christ, with a view to train citizens for all round development and sincere commitment to God and country.
The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, with No Objection certificate from U. P. Government, It prepares students for the ICSE and ISC. The school's examination curriculum includes, English, Hindi, Sanskrit, History, Civics, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics, Commerce, Accountancy, G.K., Moral Science, Environmental Education and Computer studies, Hindi is taught from LKG onwards. English is the medium of instruction, communication and examination in this institution.
St. John's School is a center of national integration as it has children from almost all the states of India. The School compares favorably with most modern schools in the state. It believes that a sound moral, physical and cultural training is as important as academic and scholastic instruction in preparing students for their role in life. Hence great importance is attached to games, sports and physical exercises. Dramatics, debates, social work, extramural lectures by experts, general knowledge and quiz competitions keep the students mentally alert and abreast of the time.
The school, through various activities, inculcates in students a positive inclination towards upholding social and economic justice, dignity of the individual irrespective of caste and creed, appreciation of our cultural heritage and concern for the environment. The School believes : Education alone can bring about human development - development of the whole man.
Updated on: [December 22, 2017]