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Sacred Heart Convent Senior Secondary School, Sarabha Nagar

Sacred Heart Convent Senior Secondary SchoolWithin a span of a little over three and a half decades of its birth, Sacred Heart Convent Senior Secondary School, Ludhiana, has become one of the top educational institutions of the mega city. Every one who is desirous of giving the best education to his wards wants to get them admitted to the school. In a city where people like to flash their money, palatial houses, big factories and sleek cars, education for the kids in Sacred Heart has become a part of the overall status symbol profile of the family.

The school, which made a humble beginning nearly 35 years ago, now has an imposing 134-room building in the city’s trendy Sarabha Nagar. Unlike the Sacred Heart School in Chandigarh, the one in Ludhiana is a co-educational institution with a total strength of about 4,000 students.

Mother Macrina B.S. founded the school on July 2, 1965, the then President of the Bethany Educational Society and the Superior General of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Little Flower of Bethany. The school was established primarily for the education of the Catholic youth. It is open also for all others irrespective of caste, creed and religion. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, for the All-India Senior Secondary School Examination. As such, it follows the syllabi as laid down by the board from time to time.

The school is spread over an area of 9.585 acres. It has 134 rooms, including the administrative block and the fully equipped laboratories. The school has a KG section. It starts with the LKG class going up to the senior secondary class XII. It has five sections to each class with the four streams in the class XIth (Non Medical, Medical, Commerce and Humanities). A sprawling playfield joins the KG and the High School section of the school. The school has a well-stacked library, with the latest books and journals.