St. Xavier’s – an effervescent campus in the heart of Tirunelveli Corporation is one of the reputed institutions run by the SCAD organisation. The school started as a maiden venture in the field of education in the year 1989 which has taken strong roots and thrived into a giant banyan tree.
The school commenced its service in 1989 with 109 students. Today, it has shown a remarkable growth and is following a more global approach to be an idyllic institution. The catalyst for this phenomenal progression is definitely the trust and confidence that the parents and the general public have shown towards our institution.
The School is embedded with the Cachet of ISO 9001:2008 authentication and the institution is aiming high for implementing international standards. The school has a complete infrastructure with purpose-built structures laid out in a sprawling campus. St. Xavier’s aspires to create a healthy environment and impart education that includes skills, information and wisdom to be a worthy citizen.
The Higher Secondary classes started in the year 1995 and from the inception, the school has achieved centum results in the Public Examinations every year and the students have secured high scores, adding laurels to St. Xavier’s stage comes alive as the school toppers who have achieved the hall of fame proudly step up to receive the annual academic prizes. St. Xavier’s remains a platform for the exhibit of imagination, talents and creativity of students.
Besides the theoretical knowledge, St. Xavier’s students enjoy the privilege of periodical field trips, educational tours and practical classes. The creation of eminent leaders and bold entrepreneurs is not just by academic excellence but the art of public speaking is greatly stressed upon. The students learn the intricacies of organising events and realising the need of time scheduling.
The school offers a wide range of co-curricular activities like Yoga, skating, music, swimming, karate, classical dances and training in musical instruments. The students are given more freedom to express themselves in the day-to-day activities of the school.