St. Xavier’s Collegiate School was built up in the year 1860 in Kolkata, India by the Jesuits (preacher ministers having a place with the request of the Society of Jesus). The School involves two school structures isolated by a convergence; one building relates to the Primary Section (classes Prep – 5) and alternate houses the Secondary segment (classes 6-12). The Secondary segment shares the grounds close by the College. The school is a Catholic Institution yet concedes and houses understudies from every religious group, standing and statement of faith. Truth be told non-Christian understudies make up a vast fragment of the school.
St. Xavier’s Collegiate School the way things are today is subsidiary to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations that behaviors ICSE and ISC Examinations for class 10 and 12 individually. The school is additionally associated toward the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education that directs the Madhyamik Examination for class 10. Understudies may pick between the two sheets according to their decision and inclination. In any case, in the current years there has not been excessively numerous enlistments for the Madhyamik Examination. Most understudies or all are settling on the Indian School Certificate Examinations in Class 10.