Nazareth School

Old Chandapura, Bengaluru

A student of Nazareth School behaves well even outside the School and wherever she/he goes. The School will take necessary action when misconducts may be reported which are immoral or violent.
Every student will be provided with a set of 3 Identity Cards. The student ID card must be worn to School regularly as part of the uniform. The other ID must be carried by the person assisting the child and has to be produced at the School gate on demand.
  • Every student must come to School in clean and well pressed uniform.
  • Shirts need to be tucked-in neatly.
  • White slips are to be worn.
  • Brown Shorts should be compulsorily worn under the skirt.
  • Nails need to be cut and kept neat.
  • Identity Card must be worn Every Day
  • Socks must be clean.
  • Hair must be neatly combed, plaited, tied and kept from falling on the face.
  • Simple black hair ribbons for regular School Uniform and pure white hair ribbons for Sports Uniform are only permitted.
  • Ornaments are not part of the uniform.
An attitude of universal love and compassion for all of God’s creation and develops a sense of the Divine and is able to commune with God. Thus she / he gives personal meaning, worth, energy and direction to one’s life and actions.
The student council has been established to assist the Principal and the staff in the smooth running of the School. The council consists of the Head Girl/Boy, Assistant head girl/boy, the games captain, and assistant games captain, the prefects, the house captains and vice captains, the Editor, Co-editors, Band leaders and cultural secretary. These office-bearers play a vital role in maintaining discipline and order. All students are answerable to the office bearers for their conduct in the School. Along with staff editors, the editors and co-editors are responsible for the School magazine.
The students belong to one of the four houses. Catherine, Vincent, Lawrencetta and David. The houses are named after the founders & co-founder, patron saint and first Indian superior. The house color’s Green for Catherine, Blue for Vincent, Red for Lawrencetta, and Yellow for David. Each house, under its moderator and captain tries to live up to the ideals of its patron. The House competes with each other in studies, sports, and other activities.

Students promoted from Senior K.G. to Grade 1 are required to fill in the prescribed admission Form for Grade 1.
  • Pupils must be in the School compound five minutes before the bell rings. No student is allowed to come late to School.
  • Action will be taken against a pupil who comes late regularly.
  • All students are expected to speak in English in the School premises.
  • Politeness, courtesy in speech and discipline are expected from the students.
  • Pupils may not leave the School premises during the School hours or recess without the permission of the Principal.
  • Private tuition is not encouraged.
  • Students should wear clean uniforms to School daily and pay attention to cleanliness of their bodies, books and other belonging.
  • The School will not be responsible for any items lost by the students.
  • Punctuality and regularity in studies should be observed.
  • No students should be sent to School if suffering from contagious or infectious diseases, (e.g. chicken pox, measles, mumps, jaundice etc.)
  • No Leaving Certificate or Examination Report will be granted till School fees are duly paid.
  • Every pupil must possess a School diary, which is to be brought to class daily. Non-attendance and Leave record should be entered in the diary and signed by the parents. Parents are also expected to sign messages and reports.
  • Parents / Guardians should not visit the classrooms or meet the students during School hours except with the permission of the Principal.
  • Parents are requested to make sure that their children are taken home immediately after School hours. The School will not be responsible for children not reaching home.
  • When communicating with the School authorities, the parents are requested to mention the name and the class in which their child is studying.
The School has a regular physical education program coaching facilities available for Athletics, Basketball, Volley ball, Throw ball and Cricket. Counselling facilities are provided for the students.