Welcome to St. Pauls School Darjeeling

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School at a Glance

  • School Year

    School Year

    The School year normally begins in early March and extends to the last week of November / early December.
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  • School Magazine

    School Magazine

    The St. Paul's Chronicle is published annually and is a useful record of the boy's activities Read More +

  • Admission Procedure

    School Admission

    Parents desiring admission for their sons are required to complete the Registration form found in this prospectus.
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  • School Curriculum

    School Curriculum

    The Primary and Junior sections of a school represent the most important stages in the development of a boy.
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Admission Notice 2016

Welcome to SPS Darjeeling

"Youth," said Baron Pierre de Coubertin, "is the springtime of the body." Mens Sana in corpore sana in corpore sano — a healthy mind in a healthy body — has been the ideal of the good school in the centuries old Public School tradition as in the Vedic Indian tradition. Good health and an all-round intellectual, moral and academic education during school days are perhaps the most important assets a boy can have. For generations, Darjeeling has been renowned - not only in India but also in other Asian countries and in the West - as the unique hill resort where both good health and good education have been provided at St. Paul's School.

Old Paulites' Alumni

The School

The School

St. Paul's is essentially an Indian residential school for boys. That is to say, the staff and the scholars are predominantly Indian, and its educational policy is oriented towards life in India and India's place in world affairs. But this has not come in the way of one of the School's most important assets: its international, multiracial and cross-regional cosmopolitan character. This is an asset of immeasurable educational value. Boys from many different parts of India, of different castes and from different religious communities, are living, working, eating, worshipping and playing together with boys

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