The academic session commenced with a staff meeting on the 16th of January 2018. The Academic session for the students began on the 17th of January.

The Govt. of India has launched a nationwide cleanliness campaign, “Swachhta Hi Sewa” which includes voluntary work and reinforces public participation in sanitation.
Towards the realization of this goal, officials from CGST & CX, Kolkata North Commissionerateheld a cleanliness project in the School premises on 25th of January, 2018. They educated the girls about the mission and impressed upon them the need to keep our surroundings clean through a short power point presentation and also donated cleaning material, large brooms and gloves to the school while giving a practical demonstration with some girls as volunteers.

‘Sports build team spirit while teaching participants to exult in victory and to accept defeat with aplomb’. The Annual Sports day which was held on the 2nd of February 2018, at Gitanjali Stadium perfectly mirrored this feeling as the contestants participated in the true spirit of sportsmanship.
The day started with the junior school sports, where the students of the primary and the Pre-Primary departments participated in the Slow March, the March Past, drill display and theme races.
The Chief Guest for the Junior School Sports Meet was Mr. Raja Venkat.Angelina Hoare House emerged as the champions for Junior Sports.
The Chief Guest for the Senior School Sports Meet was Mr. Akhtar Ali, former Tennis player and coach and celebrated commentator. It was indeed a privilege to have such committed sportspersons as our guests of honor to encourage our blossoming sports talent and boost them with views and ideas taken from their own personal experiences.
The meet was a keenly fought competition with all the four housesvying to win the March Past and the Drill Display. The track and field events saw the participants pushing themselves to outperform their previous records and set new bench marks.

This year, due to the extended winters and excellent weather it was decided to have picnics in the second week of February. Picnic is one event in our school calendar that is always eagerly looked forward to because the School firmly believes in the adage, “all work and no play makes Jane a dull girl.”All of us need to let off steam from time to time and meet our colleagues away from the formal atmosphere of the school.
On the 7th of February, 2018, the school staff and the teachers went on a picnic to COVENT GARDENS. The whole day was filled with different activities including games, prizes, play acting and singing by the teachers and other staff members. Delicious breakfast and lunch was provided in the premises andeveryone had a thoroughly enjoyable time. Every year, apart from the three departments interacting together, this event comes as breath of fresh air in the otherwise routine work life.
The students of classes II to XI had their class picnics, on various dates scheduledfrom the 6th of February to the 12thof February at AkantApon, Bibirhat.  Both the students and the accompanying teachers had an extremely relaxing time where the teachers let down their hair and revealed their fun side. This serves as an Ice-breaker between the students and teachers as they interact outside the four boundaries of the classroom. The students of the Pre-Primary and class-I enjoyed their picnic in the school campus.


St. John’s Diocesan Girls’ HS School came into being at the behest of Ms. AngelinaHoare and has been in existence for more than 125 years. In allthese years the School has gone from strength to strength and at present has roll strength of around 4000 students and is affiliated to the West Bengal Board ofSecondary Education and the Council of Higher Secondary Education.
To commemorate 125 years of its successful service to humanity, the School held its quasquicentennial celebrations on the 23rd and 24th of February, by staging an Audio-Visual Presentation entitled “A Short Walk on a Long Road” which showcased the journey of our School in the past 125 years.