• Welcome to St Clare's Convent High School
    where learning
    is fun
  • Welcome to St Clare's Convent High School
    Music, Drama
    & Arts
  • Welcome to St Clare's Convent High School
    Physical Education
    & Sports


An atmosphere of intellectual stimulation and an easy, interactive relationship between the teacher and the taught pervades the classroom, fostering academic excellence.

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Sports is an integral part of the timetable. The rich experience of being part of a team is rewarding; building character, teamwork, endurance, discipline and overall wellbeing.

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Creative and artistic expression is encouraged. Music, choir, dance, drama and the fine arts have a place in the curriculum.

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St. Clare’s Convent High School, Borjhar is a minority educational institution owned by the Institute of Clarist Franciscan Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, a body registered under the societies Registration Act XXI of 1860

It was established on January 18th, 1993. The primary aim of the school is to realize the education and forming the students to be intellectually competent, morally sound, psychologically whole, spiritually oriented, culturally integrated, socially responsible growing in friendly, imbued with deep sense of noble values and concern for the less fortunate.

When you walk in – there’s a lot to see.
It’s got plenty of space and many a tree
Basketball courts and a huge playground
with a lot of noise and children abound.
A beautiful chapel to sing and pray –
right in the middle, to show the way!
Choir, dance, music and many a play
are a huge part of life here every day!
Want a balance of life, fun, games and study?
SCCHS: that’s right where you want to be!

Learn About SCCHS

The SCCHS is a Christian, co-educational, English medium school, imparting full, liberal and comprehensive education.

School Profile

Learn about the school's aims and objectives.


 From Kindergarten to Class X, know about the syllabus and curriculum.


For information about admissions. 

Learning at SCCHS

Students love to come to school. Get to know what it is to learn at SCCHS. 

Yearly Events

SCCHS has a lot of fun and exciting events all year round.  


Lights, camera, action! A place for music, dance and drama.

I am happy to present to you the Silver Jubilee edition of St. Clare's Convent High School. I would like to take you through the memory lane from 1993 - 2018.

The words of Robert Southhell, "It is not where we breath that we live, but where we love."

Dear Students, schooling is our first contact with the world, a period of joy, healthy competition, learning, adjustment, sharing and love. It is not the wide open spaces, classrooms, the library, laboratories or the large fields that make the school. It is in the heart of the students and staff that the true institution exists.

According to academic analysts, the youth of the future generation are going to be more prone to violence and deviant behaviour. The deteriorating trend is a matter of great concern to parents as well as teachers. We are all aware through media reports of incidents of abuse, self inflicted violence, violent outburst, depression, violence using social media and other on-line forms.

Dear Students, it is my message to you that all the people of fine character live by their values. They are honest and are committed to truthfulness in thought, word and deed. True character thus encompasses the capacity for self-discipline.

In the words of Mother Seraphina, Education deals with the season of the heart. It builds up right attitudes towards self, towards others, society and towards different cultures.

No sound character can be formed without the practice of human as well as religious values, nor can one live a life of excellent principals and intrinsic goodness without a firm footing in these values and ethics. Intellectual development without the development of character will defeat the very ends of education. Her only concern was to set all human beings absolutely and unconditionally free from the darkness of ignorance, unbelief and temporal values through education.

"One of the main tasks of an educator is to study the character and abilities of each pupil, guide them with firmness and maternal tenderness on the path of truth and goodness."

Character is the sum total of person's values, belief and personality. It is reflected in our behaviour and actions. It needs to be preserved more than the richest Jewel in the world. To be a winner takes cahracter: George Washington said, "I hope I shall always possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain what I consider the most valuable of all titles, the character of an honest man."

The road to success has many pitfalls. It takes a lot of character and effort not to fall into them. Character is a combination of integrity, unselfishness, understanding, conviction, courage, loyalty and respect. Character building starts from infancy and goes on until death. Just like a gardener has to keep weeding to prevent weeds from eating the life of the garden, we need to keep building and developing our character by weeding out our faults. John F. Kennedy once aagain said that it is a mark of Character how well a person behaves when things are going well. When things are going well for us, it is easy to be logical, kind and gractious, but when things aren't going well and we're under lot of pressure, some people can't think clearly and snap at others around them, while others remain clear-headed and continue to treat others with respect. Adversity reveals a person's character.

There is a Russian saying: A hammer shatter glass but forges steel. "There is a lot of truth in the saying. Are we made of glass or steel? Just as carbon determines the quality of steel, character determines the quality of a man."

Sr. Francina


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Years of Experience


Staff and Teachers


Happy Children

The school fosters a high degree of competence in several co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Physical education is compulsory; major games are played. Field trips, camps and hikes provide our children with a further dimension of activities.

Diverse experiences that build confidence as well as leadership are structured into the curriculum, be it sports, workshops, outbound field trips, camping, art, music, dance or competitive and non competitive events. SUPW is a compulsory component.

Education develops in the body and soul of the pupil all the beauty and all the perfection he is capable of. - Plato