St. Paul's College, Agra

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St. Paul's Church COLLEGE, Agra
Church Road, 4/116, Civil Lines
Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 282002
Coordinates 27°12′10″N 77°59′58″E / 27.202778°N 77.999444°E / 27.202778; 77.999444Coordinates: 27°12′10″N 77°59′58″E / 27.202778°N 77.999444°E / 27.202778; 77.999444
Motto You are the Temple of God
Established 1980
Oversight Church of North India
Chairman Rt. Revd. Dr. P. P Habil
Principal Mrs. Veronica Carville (1980-2009), Mr. Vivek Daniel (2009-Present)
Teaching staff 80+
Gender Co-Educational Institution
Average class size 50
Student to teacher ratio 2:1
Language English
Classrooms Nursery to 12th (sections A, B, C and D up to class 10th and 2 sections-Science and Commerce in 11th and 12th)
Campus size 20 acres (81,000 m2)
Campus type Urban
Houses Blue,Red,Green,Yellow.
School colour(s) Sky blue, Grey, Black
Accreditation iCSCE (Council for Indian School Certificate Examination)

St. Paul's Church College is a school in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. It was established on January 25, 1980 by the Church of North India and is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations board of schools. The principal of the school is Mr. Vivek Daniels who replaced Mrs. Veronica Carville.

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