The Vision Statement

St. Mary's School, Bijnor is an unaided Christian minority institution established by the Catholic Diocese of Bijnor in 1972, meant primarily for the Christians but is open to all irrespective of religion, caste or creed. The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate.

 The aim of the school is to train the students under its care for an all around balanced growth of their intellectual, spiritual, mental, physical, cultural, social and moral aspects that they may be fully equipped citizens as to fulfil the future demands of our country in particular and the human society in general. The motto of the school is WISDOM, DEVOTION, SERVICE.

We hold fast to the principle that human being is a positive asset, and a precious national resource which needs to be cherished, nurtured and developed with tenderness and care coupled with dynamism.

We strive to shape persons who are intellectually competent, morally sound, psychologically integrated and imbued with the sense of the Divine, committed to the cause of justice and peace, and ever open to further growth.

We long to create a human society free from prejudices, superstitions and discriminations based on sex, religion, caste and economic status, and characterized by respect for the dignity of human beings, showing concern for each other especially, the under privileged.

 For attainment of these goals, the school expects the parents and teachers to share this vision and to co-operate in making it a reality.

Profile of St. Mary's School

1.   An academic community: - Characterized by a shared vision, and responsibility, mutual love understanding and respecting all human beings as children of God. Professional, personal and spiritual growth of the staff is given due importance.

2.   Committed to the growth of all the pupils:- Opportunities are provided to all pupils without any discrimination to develop their imagination, creativity, aesthetic sense, communication skills and sporting spirit. Value education programme takes into account and provides for the various steps in the process of value interiorisation.

3.   For a just and human society: - A realistic knowledge of the society, with its opportunities of human development as well as of social evils, is gradually imparted to students in various ways with a call to secure a total improvement. Under certain conditions students have opportunities for guided contact with the poor and to serve them. This contact is always followed by a reflection and self evaluation. The poor and the under privileged in the country are always the focus of all educational policies. These policies will benefit them in the long run.

4.   In loyalty to its specific vision:- The vision of the school is based on the specific vision of man and of society. The management with the co-operation of all implements its vision. The pastoral care given by the missionary community is an asset to the students to improve religious life of all students. In its overall policies the school collaborates with the policies of the local church and is ever loyal to the guidelines of the Bishop, the president of the Society.

Profile of a Successful St. Marian

1.   Intellectually competent:- Has mastered those academic subjects required for the respective public examination, skills of language, critical thinking, power of expression, both oral and written, and gradually leading on to greater precision, personal style, curiosity to explore ideas, creative learning and takes pride and ownership in his/her work, and has awareness of the dignity of labour and civic sense, has realistic aspirations and is aware of the need of plan for the future. 

2.   Morally sound :- Is developing moral attitude and principles as he / she grows towards moral judgments, into moral maturity, assimilating especially the values stressed in the Preamble of the Constitution of India as justice, social, economic and political liberty, fraternity and translates moral actions to give mature reasons for making right decisions.

3.   Spiritually oriented: - One is aware of God's presence and action in creation, in human history and his own  personal history. Has experienced moments of God's love in his / her personal life. Has appropriate knowledge of the basic doctrines of his/ her faith. Has some exposure of other religious traditions than his/ her own. Understands the significance and beauty of the main religious festivals in the country. Is learning through his/her own failure of the need for healing by reconciliation with friends and God.

4.   Catholic students in particular: - Has to read the Bible and encounter the person of Christ as He is presented in the New Testament. Has the basic understanding of the Church's teaching about Jesus and His redeeming mission. Has established a personal relationship with the historical person of Jesus Christ and formed himself /herself a person for others and has some familiarity with the Church's teachings on social justice. Appreciates the importance of the Eucharist and other sacraments in the life of the Christian community and can participate in them meaningfully.

5.   Loving: - Is learning to accept oneself with ones own strength and weakness. Communicates more easily with others. Has experienced the support of various levels of community in the school and has learned to extend support in building up the school community. Feels at ease with persons of the opposite sex. Has begun to appreciate deeper personal friendships but also learned that not all relationships are profound and long lasting. Through service of others finds one's life enriched. Is more sensitive to the beauty of the created universe.

6.   Committed to the cause of justice:- Consciously seeks to be more respectful, understanding, accepting and generous with others against the attitude and tendencies that lead to injustice. Sees that religious faith implies a commitment to a just society. He/she is exposed to the needs of the poor in the school and the outside community and develops compassion for them. Is aware of the need to help and support those who suffer injustice, especially women, the poor, the bonded labourers, the handicapped, the refugees, the unemployed, etc. Begins to understand the structural roots of injustice in social institutions, attitudes and customs. Understands the complexity of many social issues, is aware of the merits and demerits of mass media, social sites, etc.

7.   Open to growth :- Is willing to pursue one's own growth because, he/she wants to be a better person emotionally, intellectually, socially, morally and religiously; is beginning to take responsibility for his/her own growth and is learning to accept self with her/his talents and limitations. Is aware of feelings and emotions and is beginning to be authentic in expressing them. Is seeking new experiences, new ways of self expression and developing the habit of reflecting on past experiences. Is becoming more flexible and respect to others views. Recognizes how much can be learnt from a careful listening to peers and others. Is exploring career and lifestyle choices within a value framework considering noble values and not materialistic ones only.Is opening self gradually to broader adult issues.


  • Comuter lab with internet facilities.
  • Well equipped physics, chemistry and biology labs.
  • Auditorium with modern facilities.
  • Good library with modern facilities.
  • Examination and programme halls.
  • Games- basketball, volleyball, football and cricket.
  • Indoor games.
  • Beautiful infrastructure with modern facilities.
  • Well qualified staff.
  • School administrative software with app for parents.






On 31st march 2017, St Mary’s Bijnor distributed tricycles to ten disabled people living below the poverty line. All the students attended this programme and appreciated the initiative taken by the school.

Inaugurating the event, the Manager of St Mary’s School Fr. Viju Sebastian praised the students for their commendable efforts and contributing the charity money and helping the poor and destitute in the society.

The recipients were so excited to receive the tricycles as the mobility aid will now make their lives comfortable. “ I thank St Mary’s family for giving me a tricycle. It was much difficult for me to do many things due to my disability but from today onwards I can move freely and anywhere with out having to depend on others for help”, said a beneficiary.

Tricycles distribution to ten disabled people living below poverty line