Senior High

Senior High

Student Welfare

  1. Health Service.
    • A full time nurse in School Clinic
    • School can use a neighbouring hospital Facilities, as required
  2. Canteen
    Provides a healthy food and drink for breakfast and lunch.
  3. Spiritual Exercises
    1. Daily morning reflection and prayer.
    2. The Angelus Prayer at noon.
    3. Closing Prayer.
    4. Monthly Holy Mass.
    5. Yearly Recollection and Retreat.
    A strong spiritual life equips students to reach their prosperous future life.
  4. Study Time
    School provides an hour study time after school hour on Wednesdays and Thursdays. This time supposes to be a valuable time for students to deepen and enrich the subjects given or to do their home work or remedials, etc.
  5. Guidance and Counselling
    A full time counselor is always ready to welcome students who need both personal as well as group counseling. Counselor is also available to help students to be able to find out solution from their personal problems. Career Counseling is provided to guide students recognize their talents, potencies and interest, so that they can especially develop their intellectual life to reach their academic excellence, which is needed for their higher studies.
  6. Character Building
    All academic or non-academic school activities are directed to support the character building process of the students. We provide special outing activities which are given to the students in phases.
    Grade X students are obliged to follow the Mental Development Training (MDT); then new OSIS (Students Council) members and the board of each class are prepared to follow the Basic Leadership Training (BLT) so that they are able to organize the activities properly. It is a good chance to excercise how to lead in an organization.
    Grade XI students have a live-in program. They are sent to a particular village accompanied by teachers to stay at the villager’s houses. By doing so, our students are learning to live together with others who are totally different from the persons in their day to day lives.
    Grade XII students are in the final year of their study at Saint Peter’s, so we equip them with spiritual preparation in a three day retreat. By having strong spiritual life, the student are expected to be able to seriously and maturely prepare their final examinations.