A well maintained, ventilated building, a spacious sports ground, a well equipped library, science and computer lab; trained and experienced teachers; humble and courteous management and staff are what make St. Lawrence High School and Junior College a unique institution.
A special feature of the school is the Daisaku Ikeda Library, housed in a colonial structured building. Equipped with 5000 books, state of the art computers, ….Read More
A state of the art laboratory is designed to help enhance the scientific concepts of the students. Students starting from grade 1 are encouraged to use the lab. All equipment and …..Read More
Lawrentians believe that education is not restricted just to the classroom, education for us is what the child learns through his/her own experiences. It is our responsibility to provide them with the opportunities to learn through experiences.
To Protect The Ozone Layer!
Lawrentians Urge everyone To Protect The Ozone Layer! Earth and its environment is the prime topic studied in the Primary Section at St. Lawrence High School and Junior College. Ozone Day which
Creative writing of the English language
Creative writing and effective use of the English language equip the students to express themselves creatively and appropriately through words. In an endeavor to hone the English language skills and
A visit to Outer Space!
"Twinkle twinkle little star How I wonder what you are?" This rhyme is one of the first that any child hears, and it arouses their curiosity about the bright and shiny stars
Our Alumni Says...
Swapna Soni, from the batch of 2004, is a Scrum Master. Swapna completed her Bachelors in Computer Science from Pune University before going on to pursue her Post Graduate Diploma in IT from New Zealand. Swapna believes in having big dreams and trusting her own abilities to accomplish them. Working with the New Zealand’s Ministry of Social Development as the Scrum Lead, she believes the foundation built by the teachers at St. Lawrence is the stepping stone towards her success.
Camilo Dsouza belongs to the Lawrentian batch of 2000. He believes that his days at St. Lawrence helped him build the foundation for a successful life. Currently based in Netherlands, this Mechanical Engineer leads engineering for processing lines in setting up Unilever factories across the globe. His mantra in life is “Strive for perfection in everything you do. Take the best that exists and make it better. When it does not exist, design it.” - Sir Henry Royce.
Squadron Leader Vipin Choudhary belongs to the Lawrentian batch of 2003. A fighter pilot with the Indian Air Force, he is also a fighter at heart. If he sets his heart on achieving something, he makes it happen! Vipin has more than 1500 flying hours under his belt. The apple of all his teachers’ eyes, he believes they are the ones who have helped him reach where he is today.
Dr. Sangita Choudhary is a Lawrentian from the batch of 2005. She is the Program Lead for e-Hub Jhunjhunu, DataLEADS Foundation. She works passionately for women empowerment and social upliftment of women and has been affiliated with Kamalnishtha Sansthan (NGO) & Community Radio-Kamalvani in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan. She is also a trainer with FactShala which is a Pan-India information and news literacy initiative. Sangita has published multiple research papers in reputed international journals in the field of Fractional Calculus. She also holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Pune University & has been awarded a gold medal for her exemplary research work during Ph. D.
The school boasts of a sprawling playground. It has spacious, airy and cheerful classrooms, activity rooms, indoor playroom facilities and a basketball court. A well equipped computer room enables students to acquire modern networking techniques to meet the challenges of the 21st century.