School Office: 033 2641 2272
2 Mukhram Kanoria Road,
Howrah 700 101, West Bengal, India
St. Aloysius' Orphanage & Day School is a Catholic institution established and administered by the Catholic Archdiocese of Calcutta. It was established in 1894 under the rights and power granted to religious and linguistic minorities by the Constitution of India (Art. 29 & 30). The Catholic Archdiocese of Calcutta is the Founder Body of this institution.
The school is recognized by the Education Department of West Bengal, under the Anglo-Indian Board for Secondary Education, New Delhi. It prepares the boys for Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ICSE) of the Council with the following subjects English, Bengali/Hindi (2nd language) Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology), Social Studies (Geography, History), Commercial Application and Computer Application. Bengali/Hindi is compulsory vernacular subject; Catechism is compulsory for all Catholic students and Moral Science for others. It is a boys' school and the medium of instruction is English.
Class KG: Application on prescribed form, duly filled in, normally accepted in month of September. There is no admission test for KG children.
Classes 1-8: taken against chance vacancies at the beginning of academic year.
Classes 9-10: No admission