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Seminar for Teachers
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Selection of Class Leaders & House Leaders
St. Paul's Feast & Investiture Ceremony
Assignment Tests I
St. Paul's Stag Academy (Table Tennis Tournament)
Ist Unit Test
St.Paul's Table Tennis (Management Tournament)
Reports for Class X
Display of Projects for Students of Class IX
Steering Committee & Staff Meeting
Theme for the year : Dexterity with Integrity
St Pauls High School Hyderabad
DIAMOND JUBILEE YEAR
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St. Paul's completes fifty four fruitful years of its life. As you sit down to trace its history, a thousand pictures, a thousand memories flood into your mind, each vying with the other to be written down, to be recorded and you cannot decide where to start.
The year was 1954, a very eventful year because All Saints' High School completed a century of service to society. On this momentous occasion, Rev. Bro. John of God, the Rector of the school, deemed it very fitting to start a new school and so a building was hired at King Koti Road to accommodate this new school which was christened St. Paul's, after his favourite saint. Some of the best students of All Saints' along with a few teachers from nursery to seventh class were sent to the school, under the stewardship of Bro. John of the Sacred Heart. Bro. Robert too was on the staff for a short period. At its inception it was a Boys' Middle School working as a branch of All Saints' High School.
St. Paul's High School, Hyderabad was established on 1st June, 1955. It is conducted by the Brothers of St. Gabriel Education Society who manage over 70 Institutions in India. The Managing Committee of the school consists of the Brother Provincial, Superior, (Chairman) and the members of his council. The school is recognized by the Government of Andhra Pradesh and prepares Boys and Girls for the Secondary School Certificate [SSC] Examination through the Medium of English. It is a Catholic Minority Institution, Governed by Art. 30  of the Indian Constitution.