St. Xavier's School (Bokaro)

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St. Xavier's School
Bokaro Steel City
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Bokaro, Jharkhand
Coordinates 23°39′35.27″N 86°9′46.04″E / 23.6597972°N 86.1627889°E / 23.6597972; 86.1627889Coordinates: 23°39′35.27″N 86°9′46.04″E / 23.6597972°N 86.1627889°E / 23.6597972; 86.1627889
School type English medium
Established 1966; 51 years ago (1966)[citation needed]
Principal Fr. Saju Bastian SJ
Grades 4 primary through plus two.
Enrollment 46 classrooms
Affiliation Jesuit (Catholic)

St. Xavier's School in Bokaro Steel City, Jharkhand, India, is operated by the Jesuits.The school was founded in the year 1966 at the invitation of Bokaro Steel Plant. The plant felt the necessity of a school in Bokaro Steel City where the children of their employees could be taught up to the higher secondary or its equivalent stage through the medium of English, and so invited Xaviers Hazaribagh Association to undertake the opening and running of such a school. The school opened on 18 July 1966. This school is one of the best schools in Bokaro Steel CIty and produces immensely talented students each year. The school will celebrate its Golden Jubilee in December,2016 wherein it seeks participation and contribution from its students who are present round the globe. The school has a strong bond amongst its alumni in form of BOXA(Bokaro Old Xaverian Associations) . The school undertakes various charitable activities through its Social Service League.


  • Fr. John Moore, founder, (1966–1980)
  • Fr. Ken McNamara (1980–1990)
  • Fr. P. O. Chacko (1990–1997)
  • Fr. Geoff Meagher (1997–2005)
  • Fr. Francis Kurien (2005–2010)
  • Fr. Pradeep Shail (2010–2016)
  • Fr. Saju Bastian (2016–present)

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