St. Paul’s Sr. Sec. School, Sirohi is named after its patron, the great saint St. Paul, an ardent apostle and follower of Jesus Christ, the Messiah. This is one among the Christian (Catholic) minority schools managed by Param Prasad Charitable Society run by M.C.B.S. fathers. This school has its special guidelines form the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ajmer. The school was founded in July, 1992. This school is situated at Sirohi by the side of Anadra Road and about 2 kilometers from central bus stand, Sirohi. It is constructed in a land area of 30 bigas giving enough scope further growth to any extends. It is co-educational (for both boys and girls) and medium within the campus is English.
The educational objectives of ours is inspired by the visions drawn from the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who was always been respected and admitted by the people of India. The spiritual and cultural heritage of India is also an inspiring base for our schools. These visions and principles give our institution a specific character, and set before the staff and students high ideals of humanism and service which they are invited continually to strive for.
The school, therefore, aims at the integral and total formation of the young. We strive hard to prepare a set of fine ladies and gentlemen who can face the world boldly and confidently and therefore the school gives them a healthy and cheerful environment suitable for their integral development. We impart a sound intellectual, moral and physical education to the students, so that they turn out to be good and upright citizens `growing in love and service’ to the humanity. Hence the students are encouraged continually to strive for excellence in every field, to be clear and firm on principles, to be unselfish in the service of their fellow human beings and to become agents of social change in the country.
In a true spirit of catholic schools and of Indian democracy for a fair deal to all, preferential admissions are given to the socially and economically weaker section of society who could benefit form our education. The society has various provisions to give them partial or full scholarships. The teaching fraternity of St. Paul’s is well qualified and always on the search for introducing something special to make the process of learning an experience of entertainment to the senses and an enrichment to the intellect.