Holy Cross College, Dhaka

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Holy Cross College
হলিক্রস কলেজ
Tejgaon, Dhaka
Coordinates 23°45′30″N 90°23′28″E / 23.7584°N 90.3912°E / 23.7584; 90.3912Coordinates: 23°45′30″N 90°23′28″E / 23.7584°N 90.3912°E / 23.7584; 90.3912
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic (Sisters of the Holy Cross)
Established 1951 (1951)
Founder Sister Augustine Marie CSC
School board Dhaka Education Board
Principal Shikha Laetitia Gomes
Grades 1112
Gender girls
Enrollment 1000
Medium of language Bangla
Hours in school day 4 hours 40 minutes
Campus Urban, 0.735 acres (2,970 m2)
Campus size 0.735 acres (2,970 m2)
Nickname HCC
Publication annual magazine Scribe and science magazine Kendrika

Holy Cross College (HCC) (Bengali: হলিক্রস কলেজ) is a Catholic higher secondary school for girls, located at Tejgaon in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It serves students in class 11 and class 12.[1]

Founded in 1951 near the Holy Rosary Church by Sister Augustine Marie of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, Holy Cross College has become one of the renowned educational institutions in Bangladesh for girls.[2][3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Ministry in Bangladesh". Sisters of the Holy Cross. 
  2. ^ "Education - Bangladesh". Sisters of the Holy Cross. 
  3. ^ "About 900 colleges fail to meet enrolment requirement for years". New Age. 13 June 2007. Archived from the original on 13 June 2008. Retrieved 28 September 2009.