St. Joseph’s Convent Panchgani, 100 years and counting


St. Joseph’s Convent School at Panchgani  is an all-girls boarding school in PanchganiMaharashtra. The school was started by The Daughters of the Cross in October 1895, which has as its aim:

  • To provide a multidimensional education- intellectual, physical, emotional, spiritual and psychological- for the girl child.
  • To achieve excellence at the level of the student’s potential by encouraging cooperation rather than competition.
  • To form students who respect persons with their differences and learn to live in harmony with all.
  • To foster in students a sensitivity to and care for the earth so as to ensure a sustainable development
  • To create enlightened and empowered women who respond to the weakest and most suffering in love

Thus preparing its students to be self motivated agents of social transformation.


Recent School News

Deepawali Celebration: 02.11.2018

School celebrated Deepawali on 02.11.2018.  Diwa was lit by Srs. Charmaine senior teachers and the Headgirl.  There were few cultural programs.  Awards were given to the students who did well in academics and sports.  The toppers will be awarded in December during...

Table Tennis: 01.11.2018

This is a game to show their individual talents for their House.  Best Player is Trashika Singh from St. Johns St Johns 1st ;  St Mathews 2nd ; St Marks 3rd

Basket Ball: 31.10.2018

They love this game and were very enthusiastic.  St Mathews 1st ; St Lukes 2nd ; St Johns 3rd     Best Player Radhika Pawar     Best Defender Pavitra Rathod

23. Hop & Catch – Primary: 29.10.2018

Primary students were divided into Juniors (3rd & 4th) and Sub-juniors (1st & 2nd).  They enjoyed the game hoping and catching the opponent.  Juniors : St Johns 1st ;  St Marks 2nd ; St Lukes 3rd      Sub Juniors:  St Mathews 1st ; St Lukes 2nd ; St Marks 3rd...

Widows Meet on 28.09.2018

27 widows attended the Widows Meet conducted by Fr. Diago S.J. and Sr. Marina Fernandes C.  Students prepared 2 Street Plays depicting the plight of the families and women today. They had group discussions on the play, games.  They were dispersed after lunch. [gallery...