Education is a privileged means to serve humanity, through "Human Resource Development"; the development of the whole person. With this end in view the fathers of Little Flower Congregation have decided to set up a network of educational institutions all over the country. Our institutions draw its inspiration from Jesus the greatest "teacher" of all times..
SACRED HEART SR. SEC. SCHOOL, SURATGARH
Sacred Heart School is a full fledged unaided English medium School
for boys and girls from Nursery to Class XII.
It is run and managed by Sacred Heart Educational and Charitable Society,
Sri Ganganagar. It is a minority Institution.
Sacred Heart Educational and Charitable Society at Sri Ganganagar,
has opened the school on 23rd July 1984 in a rented building. Rev. Fr. Mathew Chakkalayil CST
was appointed as the first manager of Sacred Heart School.
On 31st July 1984 Rev. Fr. Joe Karikunnel CST took charge as the principal of the school.
Sacred Heart School was blessed by Very Rev. Fr. Bruno Pazhooparambil, Mission Superior
of Khrist Jyoti Province, Punjab- Rajasthan and Mr. Birbal Singh,
Pradhan of Suratgarh inaugurated the school. On 1st April 1985
we changed our school building from rented building to the newly constructed school building.
The School has its own beautiful campus of about 5 acres of land
ideally located near GREF. It provides a natural, healthy and congenial atmosphere
for teaching and learning process and integrated development of the students.
It is a minority community school run by the Roman Catholic Christians
enjoying all the rights and privileges
enshrined in article 29 and 30 of the Indian Constitution.
This co-educational institution is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education New Delhi (CBSE No. 1730132). Our academic planning and program are designed keeping in view of the new education policy.
The syllabus and the book prescribed are the ones recommended by the N.C.E.R.T. and education Board CBSE, New Delhi. The medium of instruction is English but Hindi as the national Language and Sanskrit are also taught.