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Aim of St. Anthony's Sr. Sec. School

  • The primary aim of St. Anthony's Sr. Sec. School is to realize the Education Vision of the Institute by imparting integral formation (religious, moral, social, cultural and physical) based on principles of Christian faith, to the members of the Christian Community.
  • It also imparts integral education (spiritual, mental, moral, cultural and physical) to all other girls admitted to this institution irrespective of caste or race.



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St. Anthony's school is one of the leading schools in Delhi. The school provides state of the art infrastructure and amenities. The building accommodates spacious and well ventilated classrooms, seminar halls, activity halls, a huge library with collection of books, medical room, and state of the art fully equipped latest separate physics, chemistry, biology, computer, English rooms.



Astronomy Club Activity

In association with Zlife education the school succesfully introduced Astronomy as a regular co-curricular activity for students from class 7th - 9th. Out of the total nine sessions of the company , seven sessions were delivered by experienced educators inside the school premises and two was outdoor sessions.

1. 24 Oct,2013 : In the first session , the students learnt about various theories, going on researches in cosmology.

2. 1st Nov,2013: In the second session , students made comets.

3. 13 Dec 2013: In the third session students made their own spectroscope.




St. Anthony’s Sr. Sec. School witnessed its Annual Day, titled Samadrita, The Revered One, on November 26, 2013. The underlying theme of the programme was ‘Women Empowerment’ with an aim to express deep reverence and respect for womanhood.  The Chief Guest for the evening was Mrs. Annie George Mathew, IA& AS  Director General, O/o CAG, India. Mrs. Deepa Tyagi, the Chief General Manager of Bharat Broadband Network Ltd. graced the occasion with her presence as the Guest of Honor. They were welcomed by the school band.

The beats of the drums and melodies of the flute clubbed together captivated the audience which was thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated by them. 

Mrs. Jyoti  Bisht welcomed the guests and the audience. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp followed by the school prayer. The school choir fascinated the audience with their self composed tracks.  Hereafter, the students presented the school report highlighting the tremendous results of the Anthonians in academics,  in-school and inter-school activities..     

Samadrita was a dance-drama, depicting the journey of woman right from the origin of this world to the modern times.  Angels of class 6 came up with a dance which marked the initiation of the process of origin of life.  Class 10 portrayed the next step, that is the five elements of nature namely, Land, Air, Fire, Water and Sky, coming together to sow the seeds of life on earth.

A ‘Shakti Dance’ by class 9 highlighted the nine forms of Shaktis-the power. Students of classes 10 and 12 enacted scenes from a series of mythological epics and brought out the social conditions of women in those times. Be it the Kaikayi, Vidyotama or Gargi, women of those times were revered and given equal rights as men.

With the coming up of colonialisation of India and other countries, women’s freedom was restricted to ensure their protection and safety. This era was displayed by class 8 which performed a soldier dance and brought out the restrictions imposed on women in those times.       

Even amidst restrictions, the women served an irreplaceable role in the society. No ritual or festivity was complete without them. Class 11 showcased this aspect of womanhood that is selfless and compassionate. They performed the folk dances of the Indian states and demonstrated how women celebrate and bring joy to their families putting aside their own adversities. 

Class 12 presented a street play, highlighting the present condition of the feminine strata of the society. They put forward the plight and the woes faced by women in today’s world.

Even under direst circumstances, women have progressed in all the spheres of life. Samadrita ended with Anthonian family taking a pledge to work towards realizing the dream of a society that offers safety, equal rights and opportunities to women.    

Mrs. Bisht concluded the programme with a vote of thanks and the audience rose to stand by for the national anthem.