St. Francis Xavier, our School's patron, exemplifies unwavering faith and missionary zeal. His enduring legacy inspires us to pursue knowledge and virtue with dedication and compassion.


We are Affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), New Delhi and the Affiliation  Code  is WB 398.


NIHIL ULTRA means Nothing Beyond (the motto of our school) an endless journey in search of knowledge and wisdom. The spirit of Nihil Jltra, which mean without limit infinite, unending reflects the spirit of bur lives, the rhythm of our universe, the vision of our minds, the depth of our hearts, Nihil Ultra also means development, advancement betterment, because only these are without limit. For a Xaverian it is a consistent quest for the Magis. (www.sxcket.net)

Our Mission

Drawing inspiration from Jesus Christ and led by Ignatian legacy, St. Xavier's School form our students to become young men and women of integrity through academic excellence, spiritual growth, social commitment and value based leadership.

Our vision

Following the Gospel value and Ignatian Spirituality, St. Xavier's School aims at forming the young to be  men and women for others.


Parents opt for a Jesuit education, drawn to its promise of nurturing academic prowess, fostering robust social development, and igniting personal triumph in each student. By facilitating encounters with the finest minds, fostering extraordinary experiences, and inspiring them to exceed their own expectations, we empower our students to thrive on a global stage through our distinctive educational approach. We achieve this by dedicating resources to the growth of our faculty, the advancement of our institutions, and, most significantly, the limitless potential of our students.


Xaverian is more than just a school to its students; it's a sanctuary, a second home, where every individual is cherished, and their potential is nurtured with unwavering enthusiasm. The phrase "Once a Xaverian, always a Xaverian" encapsulates our belief in the transformative power of deep, lasting friendships and the profound connections forged between teachers and students. It's a community where lives intersect, where we support each other through both the joys and challenges, creating a tapestry of shared experiences, and fostering profound bonds that extend far beyond mere coexistence.


In 1541, the venerable St. Ignatius of Loyola, in the esteemed company of nine devoted companions, including the illustrious St. Francis Xavier, bestowed upon the world the precious gift of the Society of Jesus. These remarkable individuals, known as Jesuits, have since embarked on a noble journey across 112 nations spanning six continents. Their tireless endeavors encompass the realms of education, the establishment of distinguished schools, colleges, universities, and seminaries, the pursuit of erudition, and a steadfast commitment to enriching global culture with their unwavering dedication.



John de Britto, also known as Arul Anandar, was a Jesuit missionary of extraordinary resolve in 17th century India. Hailing from Portugal, he ventured to the heartland of Tamil Nadu, displaying unwavering commitment to spreading Christianity. In the face of adversity, he fearlessly engaged with local cultures and languages, adopting a lifestyle that earned him the moniker "the walking Indian." Britto's resolute devotion ultimately led to his martyrdom in 1693, as he refused to renounce his faith. His enduring legacy remains a testament to the enduring power of faith and the unyielding spirit of evangelism, inspiring generations with his remarkable life story.


St. Stanislaus Kostka, a revered figure in Catholic history, was a young Polish Jesuit novitiate known for his profound faith and remarkable dedication to the Jesuit order. In his brief but impactful life, he demonstrated unwavering commitment, remarkable purity of heart, and fervent devotion to his religious vocation. His story continues to inspire countless individuals, particularly young Catholics, who admire his exemplary life, which serves as a beacon of spiritual devotion and selflessness. St. Stanislaus Kostka's enduring legacy transcends time, reminding us of the potential for extraordinary faith and dedication even in the youth, leaving an indelible mark on the Catholic tradition.


Roberto de Nobili, an Italian Jesuit missionary in 17th-century India, is celebrated for his groundbreaking approach to evangelism. He adopted indigenous customs, languages, and attire, earning him the moniker "the white Brahmin." By bridging cultural divides, he gained access to the hearts and minds of the Indian people. De Nobili's pioneering methods in contextualizing Christianity laid the foundation for inculturation, a significant aspect of modern Indian Catholicism. His legacy serves as a testament to the power of cultural sensitivity in missionary work and endures as an inspirational model of intercultural and interfaith understanding.


Aloysius de Gonzaga, an exemplary Italian Jesuit saint of the 16th century, is celebrated for his remarkable piety and selflessness. Renouncing his aristocratic upbringing, he committed himself to a life of religious service, embracing rigorous asceticism and caring for plague victims in Rome. His unwavering devotion and selflessness, coupled with his early death at the age of 23, make him an enduring symbol of youthful holiness. Aloysius is venerated as the patron saint of youth and students, his life standing as an inspiration for the pursuit of holiness, charity, and the renunciation of worldly pursuits in the name of faith and service.


"Dear Students, Parents, and Esteemed Faculty,

Within the hallowed halls of our institution, I see dreams taking flight, wisdom finding its voice, and a tapestry of potential unfurling. Our shared journey is one of boundless hope and purpose. May this school year be a symphony of achievements, kindness, and transformative experience.

With great anticipation,"

Rev. Fr. Santy Mathew, SJ


"Dear School Community,

As the administrator of this cherished institution, I take pride in our role as guardians of knowledge and progress. With dedication, we nurture the seeds of intellect and character, fostering an environment where dreams take root and soar. Together, we create a legacy of excellence and impact.

Warm regards,"

Rev. Fr. Siby Joseph, SJ


Dear Students, Parents, and Colleagues,

In my role as the school coordinator, I am privileged to witness the growth, enthusiasm, and potential of our students. Together, let's embark on this educational journey with determination, teamwork, and a shared vision of excellence. With your support, we can achieve remarkable heights.

Best regards,"

Rev. Fr. Wilson George, SJ