Jesus And Mary School Balrampur

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Jesus & Mary School was founded on 12/10/1995. It was started by joint Anglo- Indian founders Clive And Kathleen Butterfield on the request of the local people. The founders seeing the need for a good school in the locality felt obliged to make arrangements and consequently Jesus & Mary School was founded.
                        
                                Jesus & Mary School was registered as a minority school (under Act. 30 of the Indian Constitution) with the registrar of Societies on 12/10/1995 and is recognised by the national minority commission for minority educational Institutions under section 2(g) of the National Commission, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
                                The Uttar Pradesh Government recognized the school giving it a N.O.C. to affiliate itself to the council for I.C.S.E./ I.S.C. on 22/11/1997. Finally the council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations  ( I.C.S.E./ I.S.C.), New Delhi granted affiliation on 5th February, 1998.

                                Jesus & Mary is a self aided minority institution recognized by the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Government of India , New Delhi.

                              Jesus & Mary School is a modern and select school for all communities At present it is imparting a sound physical and mental education to the children of Distt. Balrampur.

                             In keeping with the nation's aspiration, the school aims at maintaining a high standard of education in conformity with the day to day necessity of high ideals, it encourages students and endeavours to inculcate unto themselves the values of freedom and its judicious use, respect to law and order, national integration and above all patriotism. Thus the school aims not merely at intellectual education but also the development of social, physical and moral habits. It aims to lay the foundation to produce upright citizens and perfect members of society.

                            The school has a spacious reading room and a well equipped library, three large laboratories for Science and a Computer room. Teaching aids, excursions, projects and other modern methods are used to make learning interesting .

                                     Children from class one upwards are divided into four housesAnthony House (Blue) (named after Frank Anthony, Ex-President- in- chief of the all India Anglo-Indian association). Butterfield House (Yellow) (named after Late Mrs. Patricia Butterfield, an eminent citizen and an educationist of Balrampur.) Fanthome House (Green) (named after Mrs. Innes Fanthome an educationist and founder of the St. Teresa Days School Model House Lucknow. She was a renowned social worker.) and Keelor House (Red ) (named after Mr. Trevor Keelor, Wg. Cdr. Indian Air Force, awarded the Vir Chakra and VM .) There is a healthy competition between these houses. Prizes, Shields and certificates are distributed to the victorious in various Curricular and extra Curricular activities.