About Us

St. Paul’s School is a minority educational institution managed by Jabalpur Diocesan Educational Society. The school was established in 1934 for boys and girls and has undergone metamorphosis to become one of the premier educational institutions catering to the needs of Katni. The school has withstood the test of time and each student has become a pillar of this institution. The institution is known for its excellence in discipline, academics and total development of life skills. St.Paul’s School Jhinjhari was inaugurated on 4 April 2018.

The school is totally private, un-aided and does not receive any grant-in- aid from any government. The school is affiliated to CBSE with Registration No. 1030450.

Our Emblem

The emblem is a distinctive sign, expressing our school’s vision and objectives. The cross symbolizes that the school is based on Christian principles of love and sacrifice. The book signifies learning with the four objectives of ‘Truth’, ‘Love’, ‘Knowledge’ and ‘Service’ which pave the way to enlightenment. The circle enclosed by the two green branches which is the foot of the global society encompassed with love and peace which is the ultimate aim of St. Paul’s School and this vision is realized only at the foot of the cross which is the source of all graces and blessings in the world.

Our Motto

‘Virtus In Arduo’

Excellence Through Hardship

The life of our patron saint St. Paul, “with far greater labours, far more imprisonment, with countless floggings and often near death.on frequent journeys, danger at sea, in toil and hardship, through many a sleepless night, hungry and thirsty, often without food, cold and naked” (2 Corinthians 11:23-27) is the perfect example of excellence achieved through hardships. Facing all the competition students should attain their goals and prove themselves the transcendent even during hardship and adversities, keeping their morale high with a positive attitude. Under the shadow of divine grace they should always be willing to co-operate with the plans of God for them. Instead of taking credit for their abilities, students should dedicate it to the omnipotent and should take pride in doing so. The scripture (2 Corinthians 10:17-18) says,” Whoever wants to boast must boast about what the Lord has done. For it is when the Lord thinks well of a person that he is really approved and not when he thinks well of himself.”