Providence Convent School at Pachore is run by the Sisters of St. Agata, a Catholic religious institution for women and children, founded centuries back in 1820 by a pious lady Mother Victoria Giorni in Genova, Italy. Providence has its humble beginning at pachore at the proposal of his Excellency Mar John Perumattam of Ujjain eparchy in 1987. Our school building occupied a rented house with just seven students. As the school flourished we shifted it to our newly built edifice 3km. away from Pachore township near Dultaria village by the NH3 linking Agra and Mumbai. The school has a healthy surroundings filled with trees free from the bustle of the city.
The first principal Sr. Agnes along with Sr. Victoria had to pass through a long period of struggles in bringing up the school from its infancy. Rev. Fr. Peter Vattappara MST, the then parish priest gave us enormous support and guidance, especially for planning and supervising the construction of the new school building. We also remember with gratitude His Excellency Mar John Perumattam whose paternal love and affection that made us bold to stay in and continue our mission.
The school is affiliated to central Board of secondary Education in 2010. It has classes from Nursery to X standard. The curriculum is structured to meet and maintain high academic standard. It aims at drawing out the best in a person. We help the formation of children in the harmonious development of their physical, mental and moral powers so as to make them good citizens. The sprit of love, selflessness and dicated service to God, fellowmen and nation are the characteristic marks of the staff and students of Providence. The school has a good numbers of staff members whose endeavours are successful in bringing out the best in each child. Now Providence has successfully completed its 30 years of glorious service in the field of education.
Most of our alumni are well placed in and out of our country, bringing in fame and glory to their alma-mater.
Admission in the school is opened for all irrespective of caste, creed and gender.
Updated on: [August 13, 2018]