About Us

St. Jude's School was founded in 1994 by Mr.  & Mrs. R.V. Gardner, renowned educationists. The School is from Playgroup to ISC (class XII). The institution is a registered co-educational Anglo-Indian school.


St. Jude.jpg I would like to let all know why we named our school St. Jude’s.

It was the idea of our Founder President, Mr. R.V. Gardner.  Mr. Gardner is a very religious person. Whenever he has had any kind of problems, he has turned to prayers. He never starts or ends his day without saying his prayers – be it for his family, school, teachers, Class IV staff, students, earthquake, storm, friends or his own health.

Over the years, he felt that whenever the prayed through the Novena of St. Jude, his prayers were mostly answered.

St. Jude was a cousin of Jesus Christ and Mary, but by reason of the fearful treason of Judas Iscariot against Jesus, the name of Jude fell in disrepute and because of this, Jesus gave St. Jude the honour of being the ‘Patron Saint of Desperate and Hopeless Cases’

It is due to Mr. Gardner’s unshakeable faith in St. Jude that he decided to firstly name his son ‘Jude’ and then also to name this school in St. Jude’s honour.


  • The school aims at providing a sound basis of education along modern lines and the programme of instruction is designed to produce a sense of vocation and spirit of service to the country. 
  • St. Jude’s School aims at stressing on Academics while nurturing the extra & co-curricular activities of a child.
  • Stress is laid on the preference of quality over quantity in learning. 
  • Care is taken to develop integrity of character, initiative and courtesy. 
  • Community welfare is a priority. Equal opportunity for all children is a priority.
  • We at St. Jude’s aims at striving to develop and inculcate habits that will help its students become law abiding student who will give back to society.


Pupils are placed in one of the four Houses – Gardner,  Howard, Khanna & Lyons – under the House Captains and Vice–Captains, Members of the teaching Staff are attached to Houses so as to take a personal interest in the children of their Houses in studies, games and general welfare. There are regular Inter-House competitions in Scholastics, Debates , Quizes , Singing, Theatre, Dance, P.T., Sports and Games with a view to inculcating team spirit.

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  • English Play (Middle School) 2016-17
  • Inter House Dance Competition 2016
  • Inter School Declamation Contest on Shakespeare
  • St. Jude's School 22nd Annual Speech and Prize Day 2016
  • The Sound of Music ..put up on the 10th of May 2016
  • St. Jude’s School Won the Times Doon Shield 2016 (Inter – School Cricket Challenge Trophy) for t
  • Investiture Ceremony 2016
  • St. Jude's Premier League - Final Match
  • The Asian Challenge Inter School Debate Contest
  • Play Group 1st Day

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