About St. Ursula School
Our Foundress Mother Anne said: “we will not carry big torches, which will throw light far and wide; but we will carry little lamps which will throw some light on the path of women and girls”.
This is what we, the Sisters of the Society of St.Ursula, popularly known as Ursulines, are doing with our committed staff, working in selfless dedication to impart education to the children of the area. St.Ursula School began on 10th June 2003 with only 21 students in a small hostel building.
Now the school has 1400 students 50 teaching and non-teaching staff. The school is recognized by the government of Gujarat but it is not grant- in- aid school. The school has classes from Junior KG to Std. X. It is growing up each year. The medium of instruction is English. It is a co-ed school.
”I’m glad I’ve chosen St. Ursula School. Friendly atmosphere and teachers are just amazing, helpful and passionate."
I am really happy that I have chosen to attend the St. Ursula School.Truly, those were the greatest years of my life.
Student support services
Wide curriculum choice
Team of Professionals
Auditorium with stage
A center of excellence
Extracurricular clubs and activities
Motivate, change, and influence strategies.
Provides opportunities for the child to explore
St.Ursula School began on 10th June 2003 with few students in a small hostel building.
It all began with only 21 students and now we have 1400+ students from Junior KG to Std. X in our school.
Giving extra attention to improve individual performance will eventually boost overall school pass percentages.
St. Ursula has established in several states such as Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Gujarat and Orissa.
Student progress monitoring is a vital process that helps teachers to improve individual performance of students.
Managing and tracking individual attendance plays an important part in students’ academic results.
Encouraging regular school attendance is one of the most powerful ways you can prepare your
child for success—both in school and in life. When you make school attendance a priority, you
help your child get better grades, develop healthy life habits and avoid dangerous behavior.
You can help prevent your child missing school by:
Practical Life activities are the activities of everyday life and they are involved
in all aspects of life. The child observes these activities in the environment and
gains knowledge through the real experience of how to accomplish life skills in
a purposeful way. These activities are cultural and specific to the child's time and
place. Practical life activities help give the child a sense of being and belonging,
established through participation in daily life with us. Through practical life,
the child learns about his culture and all about what it is to be human.