This prospectus came into force with effect from 31st March, 1988, with retrospective effect, irrespective of a student’s date of admission.
The interpretation of any rule contained herein, as well as any amendment rests solely and entirely with the governing body of the school. Their decision will be final and binding on Parents/Guardians and no case shall lie in any court of law, in respect to their decision.
St. Teresa’s School was founded on 11th July, 1968. It was started by joint Anglo Indian founders Hubert and Inez Fanthome on the request of the locality people to cater primarily for Anglo Indian Children.
The founders seeing the need for a good school in the locality, felt obliged to make arrangements and consequently St.Teresa’s Day School was founded.
St.Teresa’s Day School was registered as a minority School under Article 30 (1) of the Indian Constitution with the Registrar of Society on 28-2-87.
The Uttar Pradesh Government recognized the school giving it a N.O.C. to affiliate itself to Council for the I.C.S.E./I.S.C. granted affiliation on 12th January, 1988. St.Teresa’s Day School is an unaided institution.
St.Teresa’s Day School & College is a modern and select day school for Anglo Indian Children, however admission is not denied to those of other communities. At present it is imparting a sound physical and mental education to about 1500 children of the city of Lucknow.