St Xaviers Mahad

Four Houses of The School

The House system plays a very important role in the school. Each student is allotted particular house. The school has four different houses. Everyday assemblies are performed by the students house wise to get variety and also to give the students a stage confidence. Even the
competitions and inter-house activities are held to increase a healthy competitive spirit among the students belonging to the different houses. They also get opportunities to develop and explore their capacities in various fields. Every House has the Co-coordinating Teacher, a Prefect and a Vice-Prefect.

The four houses are named as follows:

The House of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

The house named after
Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam, an Indian scientist and politician who played a leading
role in the development of India’s Missile and Nuclear weapons program. Dr.APJ
Abdul Kalam the former president of India and a world renowned space scientist
was keen on encouraging the students to take active interest in the emerging
technologies. He developed important missiles such as Earth, Nag, Prithvi,
Trishul and Agni because of which India is safe. He is rightly called the
missile man of India.

The House of Mother Teresa

The house named after Mother Teresa, a Roman
Catholic Nun who devoted her life to serve the poor and destitute around the
world. She founded the religious congregation
“Missionaries of Charity” devoted to help
those in great need. One of the most extraordinary women in the world who won
the Nobel Peace Prize.

The House of Mahatma Gandhi

The house named after
the great soul Mohandas K Gandhi, who was a political campaigner who fought for
independence through non-violence. He was the follower of Truth, Non-Violence
and also a Pioneer of Satyagraha.

The House of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj

The house named after
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, who was one of the bravest, most progressive and
sensible rulers of India. The founder of Maratha Empire known for his bravery
and tactics, who stood against the injustice. He was the staunch promoter of
secularism. A source of inspiration to our students.