St. Anselm’s School Ajmer was founded by the French Capuchin missionaries in 1904. The French Christian Missionaries were concerned about the education of the young boys. It was then, the Rev. Fortunatus Henri Camaunt, the Perfect Apostolic decided to start St. Anselm’s initially as a Boarding school, which then later became a Day school. Now, St. Anselm’s Senior Secondary School is an unaided Christian Minority Institution run by the Ajmer Diocesan Clergy. The School has obtained the Minority Certificate from the Government.
The Roman Catholic Diocesan Education Society runs a chain of schools all over Rajasthan. The schools are mainly dedicated to the care of St. Anselm or St. Paul. St. Anselm’s Ajmer is the Mother Institution of all the Catholic Schools in Rajasthan.
The school is under the management of the Roman Catholic Diocesan Education Society of Ajmer, registered under Rajasthan Registration Act 1958 and the Registration Number is 37/85-86.
Medium Of InstructionThe school has English language as its medium of instruction.
Type Of SchoolThe School is run as an efficient unaided Christian Minority School. It is a co-educational English Medium School.
PremisesThe Roman Catholic Diocesan Society owns the property, on which the school building stands.
The Scholastic Year in our School is from the month of April to March. The school is preparing students for the All India Secondary and Senior Secondary Certificate Examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi and will admit students of all communities, treating their religious beliefs with due respect. The following subjects are taught in the Senior Secondary classes: Moral Science, English. Hindi, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Geography, Economics, Political Science, Business Studies, Accountancy, Computer Science, Informatics Practices and Sociology.
As education is a gradual and graded process and a strong and correct foundation is the basis of future success, the school caters to the need of children of age 3½ years and above.
The School provides a sound education designated to fit its students for the world of tomorrow, in whatever sphere of activity they may be called to; an education in the fullest sense is offered for the moral, intellectual, social and physical development.
Education Aim Of The school
The aim of the school is to give children a sound intellectual and moral education so that they turn out to be good and upright citizens for time and eternity i.e. drawing out and developing in proportion to their importance, all the faculties, and talents with special emphasis on character building.
The TraditionsIn school, we take pride in the following traditions:
To be always friendly with one another in and out of school.
To avoid vulgarity in our talk and behaviour.
To accept whatever work is assigned to us as our rightful share.
To rise and show due respect when any Father, Sister, Teacher or a visitor enters any room in which we happen to be.
To be courteous to and sportsman-like with opposing teams and officials.
To respect the library and the rights of other students using it.
To respect the beauty of the school premises and to report any damage which we may observe.
To avoid dropping waste papers in the school premises and to pick up any such papers dropped by others.
To learn and observe good manners at table and elsewhere.
These traditions are little things in themselves, but they have great values. The desire to observe them must come from within and must be genuine; only then can one’s character be formed.