Schools under the Diocese

Under the Diocese of Calcutta there are nearly 30 schools and colleges, which provide education to roughly 40,000 students.They are as follows:

Cathedral Mission High School

46, Elgin Road, Kolkata 700 020 | +91-33-2475 2503


Chinsurah Duff High School (H.S.)

P.O. Chinsurah, Dist. Hooghly, PIN 712 101 | +91-33-2680 2858

Rev. Dr. Alexander Duff founded “The Free Mission Institute” at Chinsurah in 1849 with a handful of boys.  Rev. Dr. Mackay, D. D. L. L. D joined the school with Rev. E. Miller[...MORE]

Christ Church Girls’ High School (H.S.)

30 Jessore Road, Dum Dum, Kolkata – 700 028 | +91-33-2559 2030, 5529 3412

CNI Girl’s Primary School, Garpar

58/1/8B, Raja Dinendra Street, Kolkata – 700 006.

Cowley Memorial St. Monica's Girls' Primary School

1 Ambika Charan Das Lane, Howrah – 711 101.

Diocesan kg School

18, Duff Street, Kolkata – 700 006.

The school was established on the 14th of January 1985. [...MORE]

Duff High School for Girls

23A, Balaram Ghosh Street, Kolkata – 700 004. | +91-33-2559 2030

Duff high School for Girls was founded by Dr. Alexander Duff on 13th March, 1857. The year of foundation of Dr. Duff’s Girls School was very significant. On the one hand, it was the time of turmoil, which witnessed India’s first war of independence ‘Sepoy Mutiny’. [...MORE]

La Martiniere for Boys

Official Website of the School

11 Loudon Street, Kolkata – 700 017 | +91-33-2290 2418

The La Martiniere for Boys is one of the most distinguished schools in Kolkata, or in fact, India, with a rich culture and heritage. Since its inception in 1836 [...MORE]

La Martiniere for Girls

Official Website of the School

14 Rawdon Street, Kolkata – 700 017 | +91-33-2290 3841

Established in 1836, La Martiniere for Girls is deemed to be one of the most prestigious and premier institutions of the country. Not only is it known for its academic excellence, [...MORE]

Pratt Memorial School

168, Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose Road, Kolkata – 700 014 | +91-33-2284 4593

Pratt Memorial School, situated at was founded in 1876 in the memory of Archdeacon John Henry Pratt as an English Medium School primarily for the education of Anglo Indian and Christian Children. [...MORE]

Ramakrishnapur St. Monica's Girls' Primary School

15 Kailas Bose Street, 3rd bilane, Howrah – 711 101.

This school was started in 1893 by Mrs. Cowley with the help of Mr. Bholanath Mallick.  This small Government aided school caters to a lesser number of students compared to the other schools of the Diocese.

Scottish Church College

Official Website of the College

1 & 3 Urquhart Square, Kolkata – 700 006 | +91-33-2350 3862

Rev. Dr. Alexander Duff of the Church of Scotland and his fellow missionaries with the help of Raja Rammohan Roy, the well known social reformer, [...MORE]

Scottish Church Collegiate School

Official Website of the School

73, Bidhan Sarani, Kolkata – 700 006 | +91-33-2555 7006

This is a 180 year old educational institution in the state of West Bengal, situated at at 73, Bidhan Sarani, Kolkata – 700 006.  Legendary Scottish Missionary,  [...MORE]

St. Barnabas’ High School

21 Dent Mission Road, Kolkata – 700 023 | +91-33-2459 5579

In the year 1916 one of the most ancient schools in West Bengal (St. Barnabas’ High School) was established by the Church Mission Society (CMS) at Kidderpore port area, till then institutions like Calcutta University, Hindu School and General Assembly were not established.  In the year 1854 this ancient school got the recognition of a Higher Secondary School. [...MORE]

St. Elizabeth Girls Junior High School and St. Elizabeth girls primary school

186, Diamond Harbour Rd., Thakurpukur, Kolkata 700 063. | +91-33-2438 0495

The school apart from providing education to girls also provides a Hostel facility for its students.

St. James’ School

Official Website of the School

165 A J C Bose Road, Kolkata – 700 014. | +91-33-2284 1546 | Fax : +91-33-2284 3870

The St. James’ School was established in 1864 and today after more than a 147 years, the schools stands as an icon of premiere education in the city of Kolkata. [...MORE]

St. John’s Diocesan Girls' Higher Secondary School

Official Website of the School

17, Sarat Bose Road, Kolkata – 700 020. | +91-33-2475 3905

St. John’s Diocesan Girls' Higher Secondary School is one of the oldest educational institutions for women in Kolkata.  The school was founded in 1894 by the Clewer Sisters [...MORE]

St. Margaret’s School

19, Duff Street, Kolkata – 700 006. | +91-33-2350 3280

In the good olden days some enterprising Christian missionaries from Scotland under the leadership of the great Alexender Duff had started educational institution for the people of Bengal. [...MORE]

St. Monica's Girls' Primary School – Shibpur

5, Dharmadas Kundu Lane, Shibpur, Howrah 110 102.

St. Monica’s Girls’ Primary School, Shibpur, was established in the year 1908, with a mission to depart an ideal and proper education to the little learners of the poor and middle clas families of the society of that time.

St. Ninian’s Girls’ School

30 B.T. Road, Cossipore, Kolkata 700 002. | +91-33-2528 7763

St. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College

33/1, Raja Rammohan Roy Sarani [Amherst Street], Baithakkhana, Kolkata 700009 | +91-33-2350 3682

[Official website of the College]


St. Paul’s Mission School

5, Scott Lane, Kolkata – 700 009. | +91-33-2350 0035

St. Paul’s Mission School, an Anglo-Indian Christian School, was started by the women members of St. Paul’s Cathedral Church, Calcutta under CIPBC in 1872, at the premises of 73, Serpentine Lane as a girls’ home for poor Anglo-Indian girls. [...MORE]

St. Paul’s School

33/1, Amherst Street, Kolkata – 700 009. | +91-33-2350 2499

One cannot deny the pivotal role played by Christian Missionaries in establishing a newer System of education in India and in spreading education to the varied sections of society, even for the girl child.  They came forward to spread the light of education side by side with evangelism. [...MORE]

St. Thomas’ Boys’ School

Official Website : St. Thomas' Boys' School

4, Diamond Harbour Road, Kidderpore, Kolkata – 700 023. | +91-33-2479 3241 / 2439 9615



St. Thomas’ Girls’ School

Official Website : St. Thomas' Girls' School

4, Diamond Harbour Road, Kidderpore, Kolkata – 700 023. | +91-33-2449 0201

St. Thomas' School is two separate - kindergarten to higher secondary schools, one for boys and the other for girls located in Kidderpore, Kolkata. It has one of the largest campus areas in the city of Kolkata [...MORE]


St. Thomas’ Church School

3, Church Road, Howrah – 711 101. | +91-33-3257 9283 / 2641 3590

The school was founded at Howrah between the years 1860 and 1865 by the Rev. Dr. E Spencer, Chaplain of Howrah, for European and Anglo-Indian children, for imparting sound Christian Education. [...MORE]


St. Thomas’ Day School

9, Mirza Ghalib street, Kolkata – 700 087. | +91-33-2252 0249

St. Thomas’ Day School was founded by the late Bishop R. W. Bryan in 1944.  Situated at 9, Mirza Ghalib street, Kolkata – 700 087, the school was primarily intended for Anglo Indian and Christian children. [...MORE]

Union Chapel School

137, Lenin Sarani, Kolkata – 700 013. | +91-33-2216 8229 / 2265 0101

The School was founded by Mr. Montgomery along with a few Church members in 1967 with only 7 children and is now open to children who are weak, slow and from the marginalized sects irrespective of caste, colour and creed. Along with the main stream children, the special needs children respond to within a short span of time to the love and care. [...MORE]

United Missionary Girls’ High School

3, Asutosh Mukherjee Road, Kolkata – 700 020. | +91-33-2475 2135

The school was previously known as L. M. S [London Missionary Society].  It was a boarding school with 24 boys only.  The school was established at Alipore in the year 1832.  Later it was shifted to Bhowanipur.  Later a female section was started in 1837. [...MORE]