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01/9/2014  Reachers outlook
                 HP-HS
                 Greeting Card making
                  I & II
                 Elocution III & IV,
                 Hobby Day V - IX

03/9/2014  Street Play on Social
                 Theme VII to IX

04/9/2014 Movie time VII to VIII 
05/9/2014 Holy Mass
                 Teachers day Celebration.
06/9/2014 Sports Maaza  V & VI
                 Career Guidence Orientation 
                 Program - X std.
08/9/2014 Nativity - Blessed Virgin Mary
13/9/2014 Second Saturday
15/9/2014 Teachers Outlook.LP
18/9/2014  I Terminal Exam begins

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ADHYA NAIR
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EIRENE ELIZABETH
I-std
ROHAN PHILIP
II-std
RAMYA RAMESH
III-std
AGNES SUSAN THOMAS
IV-std
ABIMANYU J
V-std
SHIRLEY D'SOUZA
VI-std
NIDHI S SATTIGERE
VII-std
VISHNU SURESH
VIII-std
MICHELLE LOBO
IX-std
DENNIS DEVAIAH P B
X-std
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Welcome to Anthony Claret School



St. Claret Educational Society established Anthony Claret School as a part of the wider vision and commitment of the Claretian Fathers to develop their educational activities further and to serve the neighbourhood student communities. Amidst a large gathering of aspiring children enthusiastic parents devoted teachers and service oriented Claretians in a serene and prayerful atmosphere on a bright and pleasant morning on 4th June, 2007 at 9 am was the inauguration of St. Claret's vision .The vision being AC School, where AC stands for Anthony Claret, the patron of the Society. The school follows the central syllabus of ICSE(Indian Certificate for Secondary Education) 

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 The days ahead of the next generation seems to be really blaring. The technological development is in a supersonic speed inconceivable to us and on the other hand the application of the technological progression  in to personal life has drastically affected our interpersonal relationship and messed up social ethos. What was the integral part of yesterday seems to be underpriced today, and we have reached such a state that tomorrow is beyond our imagination. I am deeply pained to see the drastic consequences of the same in our personal relationship. I would rather say that it is our failure to have a balanced adaptation of the technolgical changes prudently in to our life situations. Life is to be accepted as a gift from god to be lived in fullness enjoying the freedom and the limitations and not us a commodity or a gismo.The technological advancement has to be at the service of the life and not the life at the service of the technology.

"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire"--- William Butler Yeats
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