About Us

St. Paul's Academy is an English medium, Co-educational School, situated in sector 9, New Raj Nagar, Ghaziabad, U.P.

Establishment and administation

St. Paul's Academy is a Christian Minority Educational institution, established and administered by the Franciscan Capuchins of the General province of Krist Jyoti in North India and managed through St. Paul's Educational and Charitable Society. It was established in 1976.

Students are prepared for the ICSE(Class X) and ISC examinations (Class XII) of the council of Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.

It is open to students of all caste and creed and it holds up to them the sublime motto; "Peace and Love". We realise that the future of our nation depends on the moral strength of our youth and hence every effort is made to give our students a sound and all round education in keeping with the nation's aspirations and to make them morally, physically and mentally fit to become active, useful and worthy citizens of our Motherland.


The aim of our institution is to impart integral education to the youth so as to enable them to find their proper places in society in their life.

Intellectual education is sought to be given by way of a course of studies that is suited to the mental development of the students. The choice of the course of studies is governed by the consideration that it serves as solid foundation for higher studies.

Social education is imparted by way of making the students realise that he/she is a member of the society, hence a spirit of service and dedication to duty is also aimed at; above all, the students are gradually trained to be responsible citizens.

Moral education is imparted by way of instilling in the students a passion for whatever is true, good, honest and honourable. In the achievement of these, moral education is imparted in such a way that the principles of moral living exert a lasting influence throughout their lives.

Physical education is provided with the help of various disciplines in sports and games. Capable instructors are readily made available. Individual performance of the students is given due attention and the spirit of co-operation and sportsmanship is adequately emphasised.