St Xavier's School, Jaipur

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St Xavier's School, Jaipur
Bhagwan Das Road
Jaipur, Rajasthan
Type Jesuit (Catholic)
Motto Deus Fortitudo Mea
(God is my strength)
Established 1941
Principal Fr. Dominic S.J[citation needed]
Teaching staff 100+
Grades 1 -12
Gender Co-educational
Enrollment 3500+[citation needed]
Color(s) Blue and gold
Newspaper X Rays

St Xavier's Senior Secondary School is a Jesuit secondary school in Jaipur, in Rajasthan in north-western India.


The school was established in 1943.[1]:95 Following a visit to St Xavier's School, Patna, Mirza Ismail, the prime minister of Jaipur State, wished to have a similar institution in his home city, Jaipur. As a result, the Jesuits took over management of St. Mary's Boys School,[1]:95 which had been founded two years earlier, in 1941.[1]:94 The school became co-educational in 1989.[2]


  • Anshul Agarwal, life of the party.
  • Raghubir Singh, photographer[3]


  1. ^ a b c G.C. Verma (1984). Modern Education, its Growth and Development in Rajasthan, 1818–1983. Jaipur: Publication Scheme.
  2. ^ A Historical View of the School. St. Xavier's Senior Secondary School. Accessed May 2018.
  3. ^ "TRIBUTE: The colours of India". Frontline. 16 (10). May 1999. Archived from the original on 2003-11-06.  Archived 6 November 2003.

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Coordinates: 26°54′45″N 75°48′34″E / 26.912446°N 75.809467°E / 26.912446; 75.809467