School's Main building
Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, 243001
|Motto||He Who Loves Knowledge Loves Discipline|
|Founder||Order of Friars Minor Capuchin|
|Principal||Fr.(Dr.) Herman Minj|
|Gender||Co-Ed, Both Boys and Girls|
|Number of students||5000|
|Classes||NC to 12th|
|Average class size||50|
|Medium of language||English|
|Hours in school day||6 hrs.|
|Campus||Only one, with 4 interconnected buildings|
|Campus size||90 acres|
|Houses||Gandhi, Azad, Shastri, Subhash, Nehru, Tagore|
|Sports||Basketball, Football, Cricket, Volleyball, Taekwando, Skating, Music, Table Tennis, Badminton|
|Yearbook||Printed every year|
|Affiliation||I.C.S.E and I.S.C |
Hartmann College (Hindi: हार्टमैन कॉलेज) is a co-educational convent institution in Izzatnagar, Bareilly, India, run by the Christian Catholic Minority and recognized by the Department of Education (U.P.). It is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.
The institution is managed and governed by the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin through a registered body, Hartmann Educational Society, Bareilly.
Bishop Anastatius Hartmann (the Patron) was born in Atwis, in the Canton of Lucerne, Switzerland on 24 February 1803. He came to India as a missionary and worked in places like Gwalior, Patna and Mumbai. He founded schools and dispensaries and carried out charitable works for the poor and weaker sections of society.
Inspired by his life and to carry on his work of educational work the Capuchin fathers founded Hartmann College in 1967, and have chosen him to be the patron of the college. The motto is "He Who Loves Knowledge Loves Discipline" which was the guiding principle of Bishop Hartmann, the servant of God.
The aim of this religious body is to develop in the pupils the qualities that will make them worthy citizens of India . Besides instruction, the school aims at the development of the whole personality of the student. Hence education is directed towards the training of the pupil’s intellectual, moral emotional, physical and aesthetic endowments and such other cultural attainments as are suitable for boys and girls.
There are four sections of each class for NC to 8 and three sections for each class from 9 to 12. The building consists of a sound proof auditorium, two lush green playgrounds, multimedia and animation studios. The kids section consist of special classes. The area of Hartmann College is 90 acres.