St Joseph's College Nainital
is a day boarding and residential school
providing public school education. Starting from 2010 academic session, the school will also accept girls for day boarding, for classes 11 and 12.
St. Joseph's College Nainital was established in 1888. The site was the location of a seminary, run by the Italian Capuchin
Fathers. The seminary ran for a short while and then reopened as a Catholic school for boys: St. Joseph's College. The school is still referred to as "SEM" (for Seminary). In 1892 four Christian Brothers took formal charge of St. Joseph's College and thus began the involvement of the Christian Brothers in the running of the school.
St. Joseph's College is one of the 20 educational institutions in India conducted by the Congregation of Christian Brothers
, a pontifical institute, founded in Ireland in 1802 by Edmund Ignatius Rice
- a wealthy Catholic layman, who was beatified
Brother T. P. Fitzpatrick, Brother J. P. Murray, Br. O. A. Ballantyne and Br. Beddoe (Vice Principal, Br. Superior) play an active role in the school, taking classes and involving themselves in co-curricular activities.
Boys and campus
Boys :The boys are aged between 6 and 18. Roll strength is about 960, with 360 boarders. New admissions are taken only in classes one and three. There is no intake in any other class. The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations and... Read More