History of School & College 

It was the year 1883 when the Bangladeshi mission of Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions was born. It all began with a group of five valiant missionaries who, accompanied by our Foundress, Mother Euphrasie Barbier set out to answer the call of the Benedictine Monk, Bishop Ballsieper, for the presence and work of Missionary Sisters in his diocese. Euphrasie Barbier was born into a modest family in the west of France. It was into this family of ‘the industrious lower middle class’ that was traditionally hard-working, and had a respect for values, which were solidly based in the Catholic faith, that Euphrasie Barbier was born. Euphrasie was not only influenced by her family and her immediate environment, but also by the ecclesiastical and religious environment of the time. Euphrasie Barbier gave of herself unsparingly, as she prepared for the great journey, which began in February 1883, and which led her, in the firs Read More

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Principal / Head Teacher Message

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the website of St. Scholastica's Girls' School & College. We, the RNDM Sisters owe to our dearest Mother Foundress Euphrasie Barbier for our century long inheritance especially in the field of Formal and Non-Formal Education of young girls. It was she who made once a time a simple trail which her followers have eventually made a path that has led millions to achieve knowledge to become enlightening persons. The intension of our mission is to do everything – ‘All for the Glory of God’ and for the good of the human family. In order to actualize this pure intention, we constantly need to strive to dispel all form of darkness, mainly which causes through illiteracy, from all the areas of human life. For that reason, we call the vision of our Foundress Mother Euphraise Barbier to undertake works of general education. “Of all of educational undertaking we establish or continue is related to the good news of salvation…." Our aim is to promote the ...more

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