Our Vision

"With the winds of change we aspire to create a learning environment, inculcate values and promote all round excellence to build global citizens."

Established in 1978 as English medium co - educational school by The St. Augustine Education Society
  • Affiliated to the council for ICSE and ISC
  • Received awards for academic excellence (The Telegraph in Schools)
  • Accredited to British Council - ISA (applied)
  • Ranked #1 in 24 Parganas (N) for excellence in education by India's School Merit Awards
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He was the Bishop of Hippo Regius (modern day Algeria) and so upon canonization (when he was declared a saint) he was known as St. Augustine of Hippo.

A highly knowledgeable and accomplished man, he was a theologian and philosopher and his writings influenced western philosophy and the Christian religion. Most important works include His many important works include The City of God, On Christian Doctrine, and his autobiography Confessions.

Augustine was from the beginning a brilliant student, mastered Latin but refused to study Greek as he rebelled against the teacher. He nevertheless became a teacher and established a school in Rome. Later, aged 30, he moved to Milan as a rhetoric professor where he had won the most visible academic position in the Latin world at a time when such posts gave ready access to political careers. Because of his education, Augustine had great rhetorical prowess and was very knowledgeable of the philosophies behind many faiths. He was ordained a priest and later a bishop and became a famous preacher having proof in more than 350 preserved sermons of his. He died on 28 August 430 AD, a date which we celebrate as his Feast Day.

The bones of his right arm were secured from his burial place in Pavia and now rests in Saint Augustine Basilica in Annaba Algeria, inserted into a life size marble statue of the saint, enclosed in a glass case, visible to the public.

For all the schools run by The St. Augustine Education Society he is our Patron Saint. Our school values and teaching are a reflection of his life and actions and we inculcate those in our students to get the best essence of knowledge and learning. That is why we celebrate School Feast Day on his death anniversary on August 28th (as per the rules of the Church) to remember him and all that he has given us.

Trivia : While St. Augustine of Hippo is indeed synonymous with education and schooling, our Founder C.R.Gasper’s father was Augustine Gasper.