For the academic session 2020-2021, admissions are closed for class KG and class 1. Please do not enquire about admission to these classes.

Information regarding admission to Class 11 will be intimated later. Kindly follow the school web site.

The Principal

19 March 2020


Books for Current Academic Session

Parents who could not order (online) text books and copies for their child may purchase the Full-set/Broken-set from school campus as per the schedule given below:


10 am to 12 pm : Classes KG, 1 and 2.

2:30 pm to 4:30 pm : Classes 3, 4 and 5.



10 am to 12 pm : Classes 6, 7 and 8.

2:30 pm to 4:30 pm : Classes 9 and 10.

Parents must wear masks, carry sanitizers and bring their own bags. Please co-operate with the school in maintaining social distancing.

Rev. Dr. M. Thamacin Arulappan, S.J.


Online Booking of textbooks

Online booking for textbooks and copies is temporarily suspended.


Events (Archive)

Seminar on Consumer Affairs

The Economics students of Classes 11 and 9 had the privilege of attending an hour long, informative and entertaining seminar organised by the Consumer Affairs Department, Government of West Bengal, on 4th of February 2016.We were made aware of Consumer Rights and their protection. The students of St. Xavier's Collegiate School whole-heartedly thank the Assistant Directors of the Consumer Affairs Department for taking time out of their busy schedule and addressing them.

Chaitanya Rungta Sourajit Sarkar

St. Xavier's Collegiate School in association with TTIS presented Rangotsav '14 - The festival of colours. 'Rangotsav', an interschool Hindi Cultural Fest for classes 11 and 12 was conducted in our national language - 'Hindi'. In Sanmarg, Chapte Chapte and Young Metro, this fest was highly appreciated. Rangotsav is all about promoting our national language. The fest was well organized and the participants had an awesome time. It was also a platform for the reunion of Hindi teachers.

Harsh Vardhan Shah Ayush Chamaria
Third Student Exchange

St. Xavier's Collegiate School, Kolkata for the third time carried forth this banner of peace and friendship across to Kunming, China in the form of the 3rd Student Exchange Programme, which lasted for ten days.Enthusiasm is the invisible source of energy that our students find so attractive and enthralling. We light the match and they will carry the torch. This Student Exchange Programme between Shida Fuzhong High School, Kunming, China and St. Xavier's Collegiate School.

Mr. Farino Torcato

Student Action Groups

Session: 2016-2017

The House System & it's Patrons

Under the present House System, the school is divided into four houses, each named after a Jesuit Saint: Loyola, Gonzaga, Berchmans and Britto.