History of Sophia Convent Senior Secondary School Indore Road, Khandwa - 450 001
Sophia Convent Senior Secondary School, inaugurated on l 6th July 2002. Sophia Convent School, is a Christian School established by Khandwa Diocesan Education Society, Khandwa. It is a registered under the M.P. Societies Registration Act 1973. Its office is in Bishop's House, Khandwa.
The School is administered by the Catholic Religious Sisters belonging to the Congregation of "The Sisters of the Little Flower of Bethany, Mangalore'', founded by the Servant of God, R.F.C. Mascarenhas on 16th July 1921. The Congregation runs a world- wide network of academic and charitable institutions. The purpose of this institution is to impart quality education and prepare the children to commit themselves to the people of our country and be formed as patriotic citizens. This institution takes pride in contributing its share in the country's educational undertaking and its welfare.
The School has been recognized by the Directorate of Education and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education.
Sophia Convent Senior Secondary School would like to see her students imbued with a sense of LOVE and CONCERN for the WEAK, the UNDERPRIVILEGED, the MARGINALIZED and the VOICELESS. In the same Mission, Sophia expects the parents of her to contribute their share in achieving this goal as partners. The students will be exposed to social and cultural realities in our own city and beyond.
SOPHIA CREDO IN OUR SCHOOL WE BELIEVE IN
1. Growing in WISDOM and KNOWLEDGE, LOVE and
2. Becoming Leaders of tomorrow.
3. Being amiable, social and docile in and out of school.
4. Being truthful and courteous.
5. Accepting any responsibility and work assigned to us to share in the running of the school.
6. Avoiding any vulgarity in our talk or behaviour.
7. Showing respect to all visitors to our school.
8. Being sports person like and behaving in a courteous manner wherever we go, remembering that the school is judged by our conduct.
9. Being always ready to lend a helping hand at home, in the school and to any unattended visitors we happen to meet in the school premises.
10. Maintaining discipline and self-control during class hours.
11. Respecting all men and women as children of God. Therefore, we never make the fun of the old, the poor or the handicapped, since we know God's hands rest lovingly on all these people.