St. George English Medium School, Dhar was established in 1998. It belongs to the Catholic diocese of indore.This school comes under the category of convent schools. The school administered by religious sisters are generally known as convent schools. A number of religious sisters are rendering their dedicated service in this institution. The Manager is always a priest from the Catholic diocese of indore.
The St. George school has its pre-primary and primary classes at deendayalpuram, Dhar. The Middle, High school and the Higher secondary classes are at Ratlam road just adjacent to the RTO's office. The School is affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. The School has 30,000 sq.ft of land area. Total strength of student is around 1200.
St. George English Medium Higher Secondary School, Dhar is established to form a new generation of disciplined citizens whose life be firmly grounded on morals and values.
The School aims at the integral and wholesome development of the pupils through formation of sound character, academic excellence and co-curricular achievements in a conducive atmosphere. The Primary objective of this institution is not only to provide knowledge but also to inspire the child to inculcate values of love and service so as to commit oneself to nationalism and humanitarian sensitivity.
Aims & Objectives
St.George’s School aims at integral development of the pupil through academic excellence, co-curricular activities and conducive atmosphere to bloom and unfold hidden potentialities.
Harmonious development of the child as well as the unfolding of his potentialities.
Developing the character of the students with attitudes needed for a balanced, confident, mature ongoing and preparation for complete living.
Providing knowledge of all such subjects, which are essential for day to day life leading the students to think scientifically and make decisions realistically.
Inspiring the child to have a spirit of love and respect for all, for God and for our country.
Developing qualities like leadership, creativity, nationalism and humanitarian feelings.