About School

Fr. Agnel School , Gautam Nagar, was established under Art 30 (i) of the Constitution of India in the year 1979 in New Delhi with a view to providing a comprehensive education to students up to 10 plus 2 level. It was accorded recognition with effect from 1st may. Shri K.C. Pant , the then Union Minister of Education laid the foundation stone of the school building on the 3rd of April 1985, at Gautam Nagar. The school is affiliated to the C.B.S.E.

Fr. Agnel School, sector 62, Plot 2 & 3 , Noida, was established in the year 2001 with a view to provide excellent education as per the principles of equality, love and brotherhood. The school is up to Senior Secondary level.  The School is affiliated to the CBSE and recognized by the Central Board of Secondary Education,  Delhi, for conducting examinations in Class X and XII.

Fr. Agnel School is run by Catholic Priests and Brothers of the Society of St. Francis Xavier (commonly known as Agnel Ashram Fathers). The Agnel Ashram Fathers conduct reputed institutions well known all over the country for their excellence, efficiency and dedication.


The foundation of the entire education here is based on and inspired by the teachings of Jesus Christ. The thrust of the education here is to help children to understand life as a special call from God, to be someone unique, someone who has  a task to perform, which will lead towards a better world for himself/herself and all those who come in contact with him/her. Special emphasis is laid on character building and on national integration, inculcating a patriotic spirit and a secular outlook in all things that we do, as a cornerstone of our approach to education.  The school will always strive to be honest and transparent in its approach to administration and dealings with parents, as a special feature of our educational activity.

The Principle of equality, love and brotherhood will always be given primacy of place in this institution, since all are God's children. There is no rich or poor, great or small, more or less worthy, because all have been endowed with the gift of life which is God's own image. Students will be particularly trained and formed to be socially concerned which includes regard for the needs of the underprivileged and less fortunate.