Good Shepherd Convent, Shahdol
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|Good Shepherd Convent Sr.Sec School, Shahdol|
|Opp. Govt. Polytechnic college
Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh 484001
|School type||Private Unaided, Independent|
|Motto||"Life Is To Give"|
|Authority||Carmel Convent Congregation|
|Number of students||3000|
|Average class size||51|
|Classes offered||Play school, Nursery, Kinder Garden, Elementary, and middle school for boys and girld, and 10+2 for girls|
|Medium of language||English|
|Hours in school day||6 hours|
|Campus size||2 acres|
|Song||"Jaan se bhi pyara..."|
|Publication||The Shephered's Voice|
The school educates its students using a modified block schedule program, eight periods each day. Students at the school are also taught through a standard-based essential skills program, where students must demonstrate mastery/pass exams of all skills deemed necessary in a class before marks/credits can be earned; additionally, students must achieve a grade higher than C by the year's end, as scores lower than C equate to a "No mark", and the course must be retaken.
The school is equipped with laboratories, a library, a staff room, garden, grass fields and playground.
In accordance with recommendations made by the India's Central Board of Secondary Education, students are taught using a standards-based curriculum; each student much fulfill a set of essential skills before they are allowed to pass the class. For some classes, like English, essential skills may be demonstrated by receiving a passing grade on assigned essays or tests. In classes like mathematics, Essential Skills must be demonstrated by receiving a passing grade on cumulative tests and annual tests/exams. Any grade below a grade of C is considered a No Mark (NM) or a No Credit (NC); the class must then be repeated to get a passing grade. This plan attempts to prepare students for the CBSE HSC and SSC Exam, the test covers six subjects in SSC and all the subjects of the selected stream and a compulsory language in HSC.
School has four houses - Tagore, Nehru, Subhash and Gandhi, named after the Indian freedom fighters. Students participate in academic, sports, cultural activities and competitions. Every year school has an annual day with cultural and other programs. A science exhibition is organized.
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