About St. Anthony’s Convent Higher Secondary School

St. Anthony’s Convent Higher Secondary School

St. Anthony Convent Higher Secondary School, Badlapur is a private unaided school, established in the year of the millennium and managed by the vibrant trust members of St. Anthony Educational and Welfare Trust. The school has a well-built building which is situated amongst the green besides the Ulhas River. The school boasts of its large playground for the students and prioritize academics with activities at the same time. A set of activities are directed towards an efficient and effective utilization of organizational resources in order to achieve organizational goal and improve the standards of achievement through learning. We provide an efficient life in the school for the students to help them blossom their personality in all the aspect of life and to inculcate different qualities and values in life so as to provide healthy atmosphere with new innovative and improved methods. The school was founded in the year 2001 and has slowly and steadily progressed since then, up to higher secondary school i.e from I to XII [Arts, Commerce and Science]. The school prepares the student for State Board: Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C. Examination) as well as Higher Secondary School Certificate (H.S.C. Examination) Mumbai . The school also boasts of its activity based teaching programs and stress free mind programs for the student with MEXUS Education.

Message From Principal

Dear Parents,

'Everyone is a Genius, but if you judge a fish to climb a tree and a bird to snorkel, than the fish and the bird will misjudge their capabilities.'

We at St. Anthony’s provide holistic development to our student to believe in oneself and show the path to achieve their goals. Listen, Understand, Learn, Analyze, Reciprocate, Apply is the pattern of teaching and learning followed by the Anthonian Staff.

We understand it isn’t easy to follow the same steps of teaching and learning process due to the traditional customs of Rote Learning, but we wish to change this method. Every year we imply, certain changes to break the bonded habit of Rote Learning.

We request our parents to be a helping hand to impart this change of method for the betterment of our students and for the good of our society. First, to follow the method at home, during studies and while imparting home cultured values.

Let us pledge to inspire ourselves and our students to breathe in the fresh air of expanding knowledge.

Miss. Sheetal Tembulkar