St. Helena’s School is a Private, Unaided Minority Girls’ School. The beautiful red brick building artistically adorned by cream coloured cornices stands on a pristine campus. The school is affiliated to the Council of the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE). It is a haven for both boarders and day scholars coming from different cultures and religious backgrounds. The strength of the school is about 3500.
The campus area and Location: Sprawling over two acres, the campus is in the heart of the city, close to the railway station and several government offices. It must be mentioned that the school is situated on the street named after its founder, Susie Sorabji,
and the school is named after its main donor, Helen Gould.>
The school is known for its
The school choir has participated in many
competitions and has brought laurels
to the school.
The Morning Assembly is conducted by
the teachers on four days of the week,
and every Friday it is conducted by
the classes in rotation.