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Address : 209/1/1 NSC Bose Road, Bansdroni, Kolkata-700047
Contact : 033-2428 6903

De Paul School, Kolkata, is an educational institute established and managed by the Vincentians fathers of North Indian Province (NIP) of the Congregation of the Mission (CM) under the Articles 29 & 30 of the Constitution of India. The members are Catholic Priests and Brothers belonging to the Congregation of the Mission founded by St. Vincent de Paul in 1625. The congregation runs a network of schools, colleges and universities of its own in different parts of the world.

As a Minority Institution, De Paul School is primarily meant to cater to the needs of the Christian community. However, it is open to the students of other communities as well. Being a Christian institute it maintains its Christian atmosphere, identity and character. Therefore, only Christian worship will be conducted in the school campus.

The School is recognized by the State Government of West Bengal and is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi in the year 2017.

Academic session
April to March

Nursery to class 10 (school will be upgraded gradually to Class 12)

• Age limit for admission to Play-School is 2'/2 years.
• Nobody can claim admission as a matter of right and the school authorities can refuse admission without assigning any reason.
• Name and date of birth endorsed by a competent authority is to be submitted at the time of the first admission. Once name and date are entered in admission register they will not be altered.
• Once admitted the deposit will not be refunded in case of withdrawal.

• To Enlighten
• To Empower
• To Ensure
• To Excel

• Annual Exhibition
• Annual Sports
• Christmas Celebration
• Dancing
• Debates
• Elocution competitions
• Graduation Day & Initiation Day
• In-house quiz contests
• Scouts & Guides Camp
• Singing

• Spacious Library with numerous books
• Science Labs equipped with all experimentation instruments
• Well furnished Computer lab

Co-Curricular Activities
De Paul School Aims at providing education for the all round development of a student, so that at the end of schooling, students become a complete man, adept at presenting themselves in the right mould before the outside world. Instilling a proper spiritual, intellectual, and cultural aspect in the development of one’s persona is its prime objectives, and also orientation programmers, which help student’s personality in entirety. The school aims to mould students in such a manner so that they could easily integrate themselves in society, work place and the like with ease, poise and confidence, and shall also be able to lead their peer group and elders with the same poise, confidence, and right direction.

De Paul School, Kolkata was established in the year 2007. The school is owned and managed by the Vincentian fathers & brothers of North Indian Province of the Congregation of the Mission (CM) under the Article 29 & 30 of the Constitution of India. The members are Catholic priests and brothers belonging to the same congregation founded by St Vincent De Paul in 1625. This little company thrived to a great spiritual edifice in course of time. Today the Congregation of the Mission has about 4000 members in 46 provinces and 5 vice provinces scattered over 85 countries in the world.

The Vincentian charism was introduced in India with the arrival of Spanish Minisianaries in the year of 1922 in the state of Orissa. The Vincentians began work in West Bengal since 1990 at Queen of Peace Church, Tollyguange, Kolkata. In order to provide quality catholic education the school was established in 2007. Rev Fr Prakash Tirkey CM was appointed as the founding principal, later Rev Fr George Joseph CM was appointed in the year 2010. After Fr George Joseph CM, Fr Naresh Chandra Nayak CM was appointed in the year 2016. At present the school is headed by the dynamic principal Fr Subhasis Mandal CM.

Our Patron - ST VINCENT DE PAUL (1581-1660)
St Vincent De Paul was born on 24 April 1581 in Pouy, a little village near Dax in France. His parents were Jean de Paul and Bertrand de Moras. He became a priest on 23 September 1600. After six decades of priestly life, Fr Vincent breathed his last on 27 September 1660 pronouncing the holy name of Jesus. A saint has died was a popular expression of the crowd who attended the funeral. Pope Benedict XIII beatified him on 13 August 1724 and he was canonized on 16 June 1737. On May 12, 1885, Pope Leo XIII declared him "the Patron of all works of charity in the Universal Church". Vincentian family commemorates 27 September every year as "Patron's Day".