The School

St. Peter’s Senior Secondary school, Jaora is a recognized private unaided co-educational institution where the medium of instruction is English. It is a Christian minority school, affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, established and administered by the Catholic Diocese of Jhabua, a registered society.

The School Emblem

When knowledge helps us seek social (Gospel) values like brotherhood, forgiveness, love of God and neighbour, equality, tolerance, harmony, respect for life etc. it (knowledge) transforms into wisdom, which alone can dispel the darkness of enmity and hatred and thus preserve life on earth. Thus knowledge rooted in social (Gospel) values is a KEY TO WISDOM.

About The Patron of the School

St. Peter was a native of Bethsaida, near Lake Tiberias, the son of John, and worked, like his brother St. Andrew, as a fisherman on Lake Genesareth. Andrew introduced Peter to Jesus, and Christ called Peter to become a disciple.

A brief history of the school

His Excellency Rt, Rev. Dr. George M. Anathil, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Indore dreamt of imparting education rooted in the Gospel values to the children of Jaora and thereby he entrusted the mission on the shoulders of Rev. Fr. Thomas Marathil and the Sisters of the Congregation of the Teresian Carmelites.


The governance of the school is in the hands of the Bishop of the Diocese (The President of the society) which is directly extended to the Manager and the Principal by appointment.