St. Anthony's Senior Secondary School, FatehgarhCantt is an English Medium Co-educational School. It is a Catholic Christian Educational Institution, established in 1977. It is run by the St. Thomas Educational and Medical Society, Etawah. Recognised as a Christian Minority institution, the primary purpose of St. Anthony's is to educate Christian children, however, non-Christian children are also admitted.
St. Anthony's is an educational institution with a record of excellence for the last 38 years. The academic and non academic achievements of Anthonians have placed the school amongst the foremost educational institutions in the state. Lead young minds to the light of knowledge is the motto of ST. ANTHONY'S. The School intends to shape every student in to a wholesome personality ensuring good character, genuine love for humanity and service to fellow men as well as developing qualities of leadership, independent thinking and courageous adherence to principles. Hence, at St. Anthony's, we endeavour to give our students an initiation towards an all round development of their intellectual, physical and aesthetic endowments.
Book list of the academic year 2019-20
Fee Structure of the academic year 2019-20
Syllabus of the academic year 2019-20
Transfer certificates of the academic year 2019-20
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To commemorate the finding of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)
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Better Knowledge for Better Care
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Yoga for Health- Yoga at Home
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‘Safe Blood Save Lives’
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Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean
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Protecting Youth from Industry Manipulation and preventing them from tobacco and nicotine use
Theme:Women in Peacekeeping: A key to Peace
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‘Nursing the World to health’
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Mother's Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society.
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“Journalism Without Fear or Favour.”
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Formation of a student is the work of many - parents, teachers and the school management. Blending of these three brings an effective result in the formation of the student. This handbook is a medium to bring student, parents, teachers and the school management together for the overall developm...
: PAO RRC Fatehgarh, Farrukhabad, Uttar Pradesh 209601, Affiliated to CBSE Delhi (No. 2130064) Estd. : 1977
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