Vision & Mission
St. Anthony’s, a premium educational centre of Farrukhabad, believes that every child has a treasure within and it provides all necessary and basic inputs for child’s intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual development. So it envisions a multi-religious and cultural, and global knowledge village where the students emerging from the hallowed halfway of it will be exemplary ideals of global excellence. It ensures to equip its students with all the skill set required to flourish and survive in this era of globalization and derive maximum mileage out of it. It expects to cherish academic rigour at all levels and the class room focus will be on observation, exploration and scientific enquiry. Learning will be celebrated in all its form. It strives to achieve global eminence in the field of education through innovative teaching methodologies, interactive learning and personalised tutelage.
We regard our pupils as potential global citizens with unique learning styles, forward thinking and multiple intelligence. We offer here a host of futuristic facilities which would develop creative and self-confident future generations who are techno savvy denizens, trend setters and potential leaders in a world context – the true gems of tomorrow.
The school management and faculty aims to produce successful, responsible, creative and global citizens striving for excellence and committed to nature and overall progress of society and country. It also envisions a stimulating learning environment by providing highly motivated facilitators, innovative and modern educational methodology and quality infrastructure that helps student to discover, nurture and bring out their inner talent and potential in best possible manner.
The motto of St. Anthony’s is “Lead Kindly Light” which means to lead young minds to the light of knowledge for a bright future and enable them to face the challenges of the competitive world with a brave heart and intellect in the light of truth, so that the gap between a successful life and the child is reduced.