Admissions are taken directly for Class –I. Admission of new students to the various classes shall be made after the declaration of Annual Examination Result. The date of the issue of Admission Forms and the Admission date shall be notified on the School Notice Board.
Every Candidate for admission and withdrawal must be introduced by a letter or person who will be responsible before the Principal for him / her.
Students seeking admission for the institution from another school shall have to produce a Transfer Certificate from the school last attended. This should be endorsed / countersigned by the District Education Officer of the District in which the School is located. The endorsement should specifically indicate whether or not it is a Recognized Institution. The application for admission should be made in the prescribed form which can be obtained from the School Office and the information must be filled in with utmost accuracy. No subsequent change will be permitted.
Parents/guardians wishing to withdraw their children onward from the school must notify their intention to the Principal in writing 20 days prior to doing so. Any Transfer Certificate that goes out of the state of Andaman & Nicobar Union Territory has to be countersigned by Deputy Education Officer, Directorate of Education, Andaman & Nicobar Administration, Port Blair.
Any certificate from the school will cost Rs. 50/-. Cancellationof Transfer Certificate will result in a penalty of Rs. 100/-.
Parents/ guardians must clear all school fees dues beforewithdrawing Transfer Certificate of their children or wards.
Notwithstanding anything in the Prospectus, the Principaland the Manager may at their absolute discretion, request any parents/guardiansat any time to take his/her ward out of the school in case of anti-social oranti-national behaviour in the students and if no improvement is found aftergiving reasonable opportunity to improve upon.
As a rule, a student who is dismissed /has taken TransferCertificate is not re-admitted.
Both the Principal and the Manager are the final authorityin granting admission/warning/suspension/dismissal and their decision is finaland binding on all.
The Association of Catholic Andaman & Nicobar Islandshas provided the school with two hostels for Boys and Girls separately. Theinmates are students who hail from far & distant inter-islands, fromDiglipur in the North to Campbell Bay, Great Nicobar in the South in order topursue their academic studies. Both the hostels have the capacity toaccommodate 150 students. The hostels are provided for with beds and studydesk, offering students a clean, comfortable and homely environment.