Annual Report

Annual School Report 2018-19

St. Mary’s Co-ed School, Harda

     We have come to the end of yet, another eventful academic year 2018-19. It is with a sense of pride and deep satisfaction that we present the Annual Report of the school. St. Mary’s has carved a name for itself among the institutions in Harda, both in academics and non-academic activities by the grace of the almighty and the excellent teamwork of the management, staff, parents and students. This report gives a glimpse of the achievements in the curricular and co-curricular areas that have made us proud

The school secured 100% results in class X and XII Board Examination for the academic year 2018-19. Kanak Sharma of class X stood first with 97.6% and in class XII Niharika Kandlewal stood first with 97.5%.

     To enhance the skills and talents in students, they are divided into four houses and different competitions are held regularly, even the teachers are also divided in four houses. They take keen interest in the students to put up the best performance. All the festivals are celebrated in schools to inculcate communal harmony and promote respect for all religion. CBSE and MP Board competitions are conducted in school on regular basis. PTMs are held in every month as a part of holistic development of children.

    Our school team participated in the National Children’s Science Congress competition and  secured I position for both in senior and junior level. School cabinet had gone to Bhopal for inter school meet and had a healthy interaction with other CBSE Schools. Our school NCC troop functions actively with 70 cadets and 21 students joined our NCC troop in the academic year 2018-19. It is our credit that 17 NCC cadets who appeared for a certificate examination passed with flying colours. We got 3 gold, 17 silver and 18 Bronze medals. Our cadets attended National level NCC camp during summer. Various activities are conducted in the city on the International Day of Yoga. Swach Bharath Compaign, Gandhi Jayanthi (Run for unity) etc by our students.

Our students participated in interschool competition such as cricket, badminton, basket ball, table tennis, football and chess. Our school won the I prize for the 73rd independence day celebration, I prize for the group song competition conducted by Bharat Vikas, Parishad, III prize for the biodiversity quiz held in excellence school. 13th National WFSKO Open Karate Championship was held in St. Joseph’s Co-Ed School Bhopal. Our students bagged prizes 17 Gold, 15 Silver and 18 Bronze medals. Our students won various medals in HOL interschool Sports meet.

    Legal literacy camp, child welfare, women cell camp, medical checkup are held regularly in school. Many career guidance sessions were held for the class IX to XII, resource persons form Indore, Bhopal and other places shared valuable information and experiences.

   Head of the departments and subject teachers attended seminars in different cities. In our school also many workshops and seminars were conducted by CBSE empanelled agencies for all the teachers as part of the faculty improvement programme to promote child centered education. Meeting with joint director education department of Hoshangabad was held in the month of April 2019 and discussed about outstanding results and the discipline of the school.


Charity benefits the giver more than the receiver. Our school prides itself not only on academic success but also on creating school ethos with relationships and community at its heart. As part of SEWA project, our school attempts to teach children to create a positive impact in society and also undertake many outreach programmes. Our students initiated the charity work by contributing an amount to the old age home and also given sweets and clothes to them. This noble venture helped the students to realize the importance of sharing and caring towards their fellow beings.

Students Educational Film Society presented a short film titled Supper 30, for class IX to XII and Mission Mangal for class VI to VIII. As part of educational tour students of class IX and X were taken to Delhi and Nainital and  class XI and XII to Mysore, Banglore and Ooty.