Applications for admissions to Class KG are accepted from the parents of students on April – May months. Admissions to other classes will be taken against chance vacancies at the beginning of the school year. No new admissions normally taken in classes I TO X.
Parents/Guardians are asked to fill in the admission forms with the utmost accuracy. No subsequent changes will be permitted either in Birth Certificate or in Student’ Details. A candidate who has attended a recognized school may be admitted only with a Transfer Certificate from the school he has last attended. New Candidates must be introduced personally to the Principal by the Parents who will be responsible for his conduct and fees. They will be examined on the syllabus of the class immediately below that to which they seek admission. Admission to St.John’s Academy is entirely based on academic and non-academic performances, which include conduct and overall behaviour. There will also be an interview of the candidate along with the parents. Conduct Record of a student has a major role to play in his admission to St.John’s Academy. The Principal and the Director of St.John’s Academy is the final authority in granting admissions and their decision is final and binding on all.
The following documents must be provided to the school office while taking admission;
- BIRTH CERTIFICATE
- ADHAR CARD
- RESIDENTIAL PROOF
- PHOTO OF THE WARD WITH THE PARENTS
- TRANSFER CERTIFICATE (If the child’s admission is to Std. I or above)
WHY SHOULD YOU COME TO ST.JOHN’S ACADEMY?
We achieve excellent exam results by having high target oriented teaching by employing the best of the teachers. Our pupils are expected to work hard and our teachers are expected to teach in a way which motivates pupils. We aim to teach well and inculcate in our pupils a work ethic which enables them to achieve the optimum limit of their abilities. Every boy/girl has the freedom to walk into the office and get any sort of assistance at any point of his/her time in school regarding his/her academic, daily routine, discipline, spiritual, moral or even for any personal grief.