The objectives of St. Joseph's School are:
To instill a positive attitude towards learning as an immediate enrichment of life and as a preparation for further education.
To orient each child individually through the educational process so that he can realise his maximum potential.
To provide instruction in the core academic areas such as Languages, Arts, Mathematics, Sciences and Social Sciences.
To provide each child with opportunities to discover and foster interests and talents in the arts and other non academic areas.
To impart character traits, trust, dependability, honesty and refinement through precept and example.
To guide each child in the development of interpersonal relationships in the school, at home, and in the society.
To foster a realistic understanding and appreciation of the culture of India, of the host country (U. A. E.) and of all foreign countries and to inculcate in the children a sense of mutual respect, love, friendship and universal brotherhood.
‘No child can learn to love unless he or she has first been loved’
‘It is better to build strong children than repair adults’
The St Joseph’s School as an institution has always encouraged and motivated its students to discover their forte and provided them with a platform to showcase it through their annual events such as talent’s day, sport’s day, elocution, drama, science quizzes, etc
To inculcate a sense of loyalty, team spirit and healthy competition, students are divided into four houses. The house colours are blue, red, green and yellow. They are represented by flowers that are chosen to match with their colours and for their singular and individual characteristics. Each house is governed by a motto; the values one has to adhere to and follow, to make life a momentous one.
1) Blue Bell: ‘Through co-operation to success’-states clearly that hard work and co-operation are the key words to achieving dreams and goals.
2) Rose: ‘To serve and not to be served’- proves their zeal and passion for service to others and love that brings forth willingness to care and to serve.
3) Shamrock: ‘Forward we go and never backward’- They believe that success comes through courage and determination.
4) Sunflower: ‘Live for others and never for yourself’- speaks of selflessness and concern for one another, an excellent virtue to live by!
Our school motto “Shine where you are” is the guiding force of our institution. Our purpose is to enable the students to be what god wants them to be and to achieve what god wants them to achieve.