The birth of St. Ann’s Girls High School VNC took place in the year 1955 in a small building. No one then thought that a school with such a humble beginning would turn out to be a mighty one as it is today. An institution’s governing document is their statement of vision and mission. The vision of our foundress Mother Gnanamma provides a framework of values which tells what it means to be human, what it means to be educated, and what it means to live life to the full for a girl child.
The school has the state syllabus till X standard. The medium of instruction is English with Telugu and Hindi as second languages. Students have computer education as a part of work education.
Assessments, learning readiness, Standards, Parent involvement, Accountability.
To help the students develop new habits of thoughts, reflection, and inquiry.
Hands-on laboratory experiments, field exercises, problem solving, and reflection.
- The school year begins in June and ends in April.
- Applicants for admissions will be interviewed, tested, and admitted to the standard they are found fit according to vacancies available.
- Principal can be met between 09:30 am – 10:30 am on all working days with prior appointment.
08:30 AM to 01:00 PM
High School Timings
08:30 AM to 03:40 PM
01:00 PM to 01:30 PM
08:30 AM to 01:00 PM
09:30 AM to 10:30 AM
08:30 AM to 04:00 PM
- Please do ensure that your children have regularity to the school with neat uniform.
- Parents should attend the parent-teacher meeting to know about the progress of their ward.
- The school term fee has to be remitted regularly.
- Students should regularly attend the school in the prescribed uniform.
- Reason for the absence must be clearly stated in the record of the dairy and submitted to the principal.
- Students must bring the prescribed textbooks and notebooks as per the timetable.
- Every pupil is expected to maintain the homework record in the school diary.
St. Ann’s always endeavours to provide holistic education that nurtures scientific temper and ethical values, grooming the students to be worthy and responsible citizens.