St. John’s High School is a Christian Minority Educational Institution run by the CCB in India which is registered under the Society Registration act of 1860.
St. John’s High School is an all-boys, English Medium, unaided Catholic Minority Institution that falls under the category of Religious Minority Institutions as defined by the Constitution of India and has obtained its NOC from the UT of Chandigarh. It is a recognized institute with recognition given by the Education Department, UT. This institute has been affiliated with the CBSE since 1990. The CCBI is a permanently registered society.
Welcome to the extended family of St. John’s which is a Christian minority, private, un-aided Educational Institute. Our family, like any other social structure, has its own rules and regulations, promotes cohesiveness amongst its members and is value based.
The Edmund Rice Family comprises of the Brothers living and working in different countries and in various cultures. They recognise and joyfully affirm the emergence of individuals and groups who are inspired by the vision of Edmund Rice. They acclaim such people and are now working in partnership with them as a part of the Edmund Rice family. A prophetic call to a quest for justice – One of the calls the Christian Brothers have been acutely aware of, is ”to proclaim Liberty to captives, and to the blind new sight, to set the downtrodden free” (Luke 4 : 18) – A call for social justice that was a matter of considerable concern for Blessed Edmund Rice as well. Realising, however, that pursuing too many injustices simultaneously would be an impossibility, the Brothers chose, as a congregation, to have one focal point that they would address and speak upon.
Updated on: [June 18, 2019]