Holy Cross Convent School, Kalyan, is an English Medium School for girls, under the management of Holy Cross Sisters Society, established in 1974.
The Holy Cross Sisters Society, a Catholic Religious order, is responsible for a variety of social, medical and educational services in different parts of the world. In India the sisters are actively working in 18 different states in colleges, High School, Teacher Training Schools and over eighty primary and pre-primary schools.
Holy Cross Convent School, Kalyan is a member of the Bombay Archdiocesan Board of Education and aims at the education of the Catholic Community and preservation of the Catholic faith and religious values.
Admission will be open to children belonging to every class and community though preference is given to Catholics. Classes in religion will be conducted and it will be obligatory for Catholic children to attend the classes.
The school aims at integral personal formation of the young to achieve this end special efforts are made:
Every pupil must possess a school diary which should be brought to school daily failing which the student will be sent home or fined.
Students must be in the school premises at least 10 minutes before each school session.
Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings.
Any damage done in the school or about the premises will have to be made good. The decision of the Headmistress regarding the amount to be paid will be final.
No present or demonstration to the teacher is allowed without the previous consent of the Headmistress. Collections for any purpose whatsoever require the Headmistress sanction, and all account of the same must be handed over to the Headmistress.
Teachers are not permitted to take tuitions of any student without the prior permission of the Headmistress. Any infringement of this rule will be seriously dealt with.
Parents and guardians are expected to examine daily the diary of their children / wards for any remarks or reports that may be made therein either by the Teacher or Headmistress and use those to control and direct their children / wards in their conduct and studies.
Any communication from the parents should be addressed to the Headmistress and not to the Class Teacher and all correspondence from the school to the parents or guardians must go through the Headmistress.
Pupils may not be sent home by anybody or leave the school premises during school time which includes the short recess without the previous sanction of the Headmistress and without a written permission from the parents.
Parents or Guardians are not allowed to see their children / wards or interview teachers during school hours without the pervious consent of the Headmistress. As a rule, teachers should be interviewed by prior appointment.