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St. Karen’s is a creative school where excellent teaching is the cornerstone for a broad based innovative programme that is perhaps the best summed up by our school motto: “Prudence , Inquisitiveness and Resoluteness”.

We believe in learning the kind that will stand up in future years, occur best in an atmosphere of personal concern. Our highly trained and experienced staffs enjoy friendship with students and the warm feelings of mutual trust and esteem that enhance the classroom experience.

We do emphasize scholarship that extends beyond our strong athletic programme. It’s the attitude that good citizenship, honesty and fair play are essential ingredients of our lives in campus, in our neighbourhood and in society at large. Our students know we expect their best when they deliver. We invite you to visit, to evaluate what we here to offer, as you and your children make a choice of their academic future.

News & Updates
  • New Batch for 11th has been started from 11th April 2017.
  • New Batches for class 10th, 9th, 8th
  • Urgently Required Experienced DTP Operator


1. Admission is strictly merit based.
2. The following certificates are to be submitted along with the admission form:
a) Genuine birth certificate issued by competent authority.
b) Transfer certificate (where applicable)
c) Medical fitness certificate from a regd. MBBS Doctor.
d) Three passport size photographs.
3. Fee has to be deposited within seven days of selection, failing which, the seat(s) will be allotted to the next waiting candidate(s).
4. Children seeking admission to L.K.G. and U.K.G. should have attained the age of 3.5 & 4.5 years respectively on 1stof April of the year of admission.
5. Syllabi for admission test:
LKG: - Colour judgement, Picture identification, clear voice etc.
UKG: - Recognition of letters of alphabet of Hindi & English & combining words, Writing numbers in words and figures, addition, subtraction etc.
Class I to VII: - The applicant for respective class will be examined from the syllabi of NCERT of the preceding class i.e. a student seeking admission to class VII will be examined from the NCERT syllabi of class VI.
The subject of examination will be Maths, Hindi, & English for classes I to IV; Maths, Hindi, English & Science for classes V to VII.