St. Agnes School, Kharagpur started in January 1951, is an English medium School, run by the Sisters of the Apostolic Carmel. It is a Catholic School established and administered by the Apostolic Carmel Educational Society under the Roman Catholic Bishop of Kolkata. A Catholic School is a Learning Community which has Christ as its Central motivational force. His values as expressed in the Beatitudes are summed up in the virtues of love, sincerity, justice and freedom which so permeate the atmosphere that persons of all religions feel welcome in loving warmth and cherish even as it challenges. The school was recognized by the Educational Department of the Government of West Bengal, Primary School in 1953, Govt. order No. 4921. Edn. Dated 15/16th June 1963, Higher Secondary School in 1967, Order No. 1795 Edn-M dated 6th Sept 1967. Students are prepared for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) Examination, in Class X, and Indian School Certificate (ISC) in Class XII. This examination covers most of the requirements of the Boards/Universities of the Central Government and the Indian Railways as an employment qualification.