St Mary’s High School

St Mary’s High School

St. Mary’s High School

Jawalakhel, Lalitpur

Phone : 015521574/5524848

G.P.O. Box: 578, Kathmandu

Email : [email protected]

Website : www.stmarys.edu.np

St Mary’s School Jawalakhel

St. Mary’s High School, is open to girls of all communities, irrespective of status, caste, creed and religion. This school imparts not only academic education to girls, but also helps them to form an integrated personality by developing in them a strong character, love of truth, respect, loyalty, a sense of justice and the necessity for honest hard work. This will make them an honor to womanhood and a source of happiness and blessings to all with whom they come in contact. After completion of grade 10 at St. Mary’s School, the students sit for their Secondary Education Examination (SEE). Following the SEE, the students may follow either of these two classes: Grades 11 and 12 (Science) syllabus of NEB Nepal, and it is a two year program.

St Mary’s High School follows the School Leaving Certificate (S.L.C.) program for Grade Ten.  The operation from the SLC examinations from the pupils of St. Mary’s High School has over the decades been outstanding.

After the SEE, the students can follow any of the three courses. Grade 11 and 12 includes 10 segments (Science 4 segments, Management, segments and Humanities 2 segments ). Grades 11 and 12 (Science) syllabus of NEB Nepal, which is a two year course. In grade 11, the Subjects offered in Science are: Compulsory English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology and in grade 12 they are Compulsory Nepali, Compulsory English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics.

Grades 11 and 12 (management) syllabus of NEB Nepal, which is a two year course. In grade 11, the Subjects offered in Management are: Compulsory English, Accounts, Economics, and in grade 12 they are Compulsory Nepali, Compulsory English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics.

The Examinations for classes 11 and 12 are conducted by the Higher Secondary Education Board of Nepal. The exams are held in the month of April/May. 75% attendance for theory and practical in classes 11 and 12 are required to make the students eligible for the Public Examination.

Offering Courses (3)

Ten Plus Two (+2) Humanities – National Examinations Board (NEB) |

Ten Plus Two (+2) Management – National Examinations Board (NEB) |

Ten Plus Two (+2) Science – National Examinations Board (NEB) |

 

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