St. Paul's College, Lucknow

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St. Paul's College, Lucknow is an unaided English medium college established and administered by the Catholic Diocese of Lucknow, a Registered Society. It is situated in Dilkusha, which lies in the Cantonment area of Lucknow, India. The college offers study from Nursery to Class XII.

The college was established in 1957 and is affiliated to the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi. Administrating Principal: Rev.Father vincent pinto

Previous Administrating Principal: Rev.Father Ronald D`Souza

College houses[edit]

Every student is assigned to one of the four houses:

  • Tagore House - red
  • Nehru House - green
  • Subhash House - yellow
  • Ashok House - blue

Extracurricular and co-curricular activities[edit]

A school annual function is arranged by the school authorities, staff and students. There are inter-house competitions in sports such as football, basketball, softball cricket, athletics, and lawn tennis. There is debating, elocution, and quizzes. These are held separately at the sub-junior, junior and senior levels.

A school sports day is held after every two to three years where the students from class nursery to twelfth participate and the parents are invited to watch. A Chief Guest is invited to inspire the work of the students and their teachers and to make the sports day a special day.

The college houses have matches, for example baseball, basketball, dodge ball, football and cricket. Prizes are given on the basis of the performance by the houses throughout the year.