Holy Child School, Tagore Garden is an unaided Christian minority school, permanently affiliated to CBSE (Vide No 2730044) w.e.f. 01-05-1983. The school presently conducts classes from Kindergarten to class XII. The curriculum of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, for Senior Secondary Schools, is followed and the students are prepared for the All India Senior School Certificate Examination conducted by the Department, in Arts,Commerce and Science. The medium of instruction is English. Hindi and Sanskrit / French are offered as second and third language respectively.


Holy Child School, New Delhi, was established in 1957 by the Society of the Sisters of Charity of Saints Bartolomea Capitanio and Vincenza Gerosa, also known as Sisters of 'Maria Bambina' (Holy Child Mary). Hence the Institution bears this name.    

The Sisters of Charity came to India in 1860 and since then they are working in many parts of the country in Orphanages, Hospitals, Homes for the Aged, Schools, Colleges and other chartable institutions. The institutions are owned by the Society, a body registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860." 


The vision of education of the Sisters of Charity is an education of the heart and is woven in an ambience of friendliness, understanding and availability after the example of Jesus the Divine Teacher. In the footsteps of our foundress St. B. Capitanio, with special preference for the most needy, we groom the young to become spiritually oriented, morally upright, intellectually alert, culturally integrated, socially committed and compassionate global citizens who care for the common home - Mother Earth.

Our Mission

  • To instill in the students the awareness of their dignity as children of God.
  • To develop their spiritual, intellectual, creative, aesthetic and humane faculties.
  • To create in them a passion for learning and discovery.
  • To train them to critical thinking and problem solving, and to make life promoting choices.
  • To teach them to respect differences and to use freedom with discipline and responsibility.
  • To form them as integrated persons with sense of values, promoting a culture of peace, harmony and justice.
  • To prepare them for life, promoting healthy habits, developing a well-balanced personality, empowering them to face every challenge with confidence, competence, commitment and strength of character.
  • To foster in them social awareness to be leaders for social upliftment and change.
  • To nurture in them environmental consciousness and respect for self, others, nature and God.
  • To inspire them to develop a culture of excellence with a global dimension.

Our Policy

This Institute from its inception has developed a profound consciousness that education of the youth is a vital component of the charism of its foundress St. Bartholomea Capitanio who held youth "very dear to her heart" and committed herself whole-heartedly to their personal growth and development so that they would become agents of change for a just society. Our education action is essentially an "Education of the heart".

We after the example of our Foundress dedicate ourselves to the education of youth in schools/colleges. We make constant and careful endeavours to:

  • Make the students aware of their dignity as children of God.
  • Develop their intellectual creative and aesthetic faculties.
  • Cultivate in them love and appreciation for their culture and traditions.
  • Train them in correct use of their judgement, will and affability.
  • Inculcate in them a sense of values.
  • Foster in them social awareness.
  • Promote a sense of responsibility towards their environment.
  • Prepare them for future career and thus develop a well-balanced personality for the good of the society and for the. promotion of a better world, where love, fellowship and service prevail.


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