‘TO DEVELOP WELL ROUNDED, CONFIDENT AND MORALLY RESPONSIBLE INTELLECTUALS’.
St.Theresa's School, Barhana Village, Nandgaon Road, Tehsil-Chhata, Kosi-Kalan, District - Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, is a Co-Educational Institution. It is founded and administered by the Catholic Archdiocese of Agra. It is a Catholic minority institution established under the article 30 of the Indian Constitution, on 10 July 1990 to cater to the educational needs of the people of Kosikalan. It is a town situated in BrijBhoomi, 42 kilometres away from the Holy City Mathura, i.e., the area where Lord Krishna spent his childhood days This institution endeavors to impart the sound knowledge to young children in the light of truth which ultimately leads them to God who is the source of Knowledge and Wisdom.
St. Theresa’s School, Kosi Kalan has been instrumental in imparting quality education to thousands of students for the past many years. Parents from far and wide admit their wards here knowing it’s capacity to shape and strengthen the future their wards.
Capacity to adapt to the ever evolving and challenging situations in a transformative manner is one of the hallmarks of our school. Pandemic like situations could not deter our academic excellence.
Character formation combined with intellectual formation help the students to form a balanced personality which in turn result in creating responsible social behaviour. Dedicated and qualified teachers of this school with the support of the parents constantly endeavour to ensure that the children grow to their full potential. Read More →