Debpukur, Sewli-Telinipara P.O., Kolkata 700121, 24 Parganas (N), West Bengal

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Our logo contains the Motto of the school To Grow in Knowledge and Love. The Book stands for the sacred Scriptures. CMF is the abbreviation which addresses the Claretians as the Sons of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Flame reminds us that we are called to shine forth with Knowledge and Love against ignorance and hatred.

Our Motto
To grow in knowledge and love

St Claret School, Debpukur, is an English Medium School, established in the Jubilee Year 2000 by the Claretian Society, registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act XXVI of 1961. It is a coeducational School, which admits children irrespective of caste and creed. The School is administered by the code of regulations for the Anglo-Indian Schools in West Bengal and affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) New Delhi, WB305. The school prepares the students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE class 10) and Indian School Certificate (ISC class 12) examinations of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.

The medium of instruction is English and importance is also given to Bengali and Hindi. A high standard of English is essential for success in the exams. So English should be spoken in the school. No pupil will be promoted to the next class if attendance during the year is below 90%.

Our Vision
Our vision is to promote educational excellence, leadership and service based on universal love and brotherhood in an environment characterized by respect for the individual and concern for the community; to strive to foster positive values based on the pursuit of truth into the lives of our students to effect holistic transformation within them and in the society.

Our Mission
Our mission is to form intellectually competent, professionally skilled, spiritually evolving, morally upright, socially responsive and culturally tolerant citizens, through holistic Claretine education, for the creation of a civilization of love.

Our Core Values
• Faith in god
• Justice
• Truthfulness and personal integrity
• Respectful relationality
• Service
• Synergic co-operation
• Intellectual competence

• New admissions are taken in Nursery and other admissions, if any, depend on availability of seats.
• At the time of admission the parent/guardian must produce the original birth certificate from the municipality. Catholic students must also produce a Baptism certificate.
• The candidates will have to appear for an interactive sesssion and will be examined at the standard immediately below that to which they seek admission.
• The selection for admission shall be made entirely on the results of the interaction and no other consideration. The school authorities reserve the sole right of refusing or granting admission.
• The admission process is completed only when the candidate has paid the required fees as per the fee schedule.
• New Students must be introduced personally by their parent/guardian who will also be interviewed.
• Pupils coming from a recognized school are required to bring a Transfer Certificate from the last school attended, countersigned by the inspector of schools and the mark sheet of the last annual examination.

• The school fees cover twelve calendar months. No reduction is made for holidays or broken periods. Pupils are liable to be charged full fees as long as their names are officially on the rolls. Fees can be paid in advance on half-yearly or yearly basis.
• The school reserves the right to increase the fees at any time of the year if any increment is considered necessary.


St Claret and the Claretian Congregation
St Antony Mary Claret is the founder of the Claretian Congregation. He was born in Sallient, Barcelona, Spain on December 23, 1807. He was first a textile worker and designer then became priest in the year 1833. Later he was consecrated as the Archbishop of Cuba. He died on 24 October 1870 at Fontfroide in France. He founded the Claretian Congregation on 16 July 1849. One of the aims of this congregation is to educate the young children in the ways of God, instilling in them a deep sense for moral values and social justice. The Claretians work in 67 countries of the world.

St Claret Debpukur School Anthem
In the path of Saint Claret
We learn, we walk and we live
In our hearts love reigns ever
To all our service to give.
1 Love of God ruled your soul
Wisdom is what you teach
Peace for all was your goal
Help us, your children, all these to reach.
2 Smile O’Motherland we grow
We’ll make your dream come true
Your name and fame will glow
This is our pledge today for you.