Following the Gospel value and Ignatian Spirituality, St. Xavier's School aims at forming the young to be men and women for others.
Drawing inspiration from Jesus Christ and led by Ignatian legacy, St. Xavier's School form our students to become young men and women of integrity through academic excellence, spiritual growth, social commitment and value based leadership.
St Xavier’s School, Alipurduar is founded in 2011 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) of Darjeeling Province. The Society of Jesus was founded by Saint Ignatius of Loyola and canonically approved as an order by Pope Paul III in 1540."
Parents choose a Jesuit education because it offers academic, social and personal success for every student. Through opportunities to learn from the best, experiences beyond the ordinary, and the encouragement to achieve more than what they thought possible, we help our students succeed anywhere through our unique global educational offer. We do all this by investing in our staff, our schools, and above all, our students.
Students describe Xaverian as a home away from home. A place where every student matters and is encouraged to reach his or her full potential.
"Once a Xaverian, always a Xaverian". We believe the real growth occurs with great friendship and by creating a stronger emotional bond between teachers and children. In other words, it is not just a couple of individuals living together under the same roof, but a group of people who are connected together and share good as well as bad times.
St.Ignatius of Loyola founded the Society of Jesus in 1541 together with his nine companions,including St.Francis Xavier. The members of the Society of Jesus are called Jesuits. The Society of Jesus is engaged in various works in 112 nations on six continents. Jesuits work in education (founding schools, colleges, universities and seminaries), intellectual research, and cultural pursuits.
John de Brito (João de Brito, 1647-1693) was one of the earliest Jesuit missionaries in India to adopt elements of the local culture in his evangelization. He was eventually martyred because of his success and his steadfast refusal to accept honors and safety.
St. Stanislaus was born on October 28, 1550 in Rostkowo, Poland. He was the second of seven children: his father, Jan Kostka, was a local governor and senator for the Kingdom of Poland; his mother, Małgorzata (Margaret) Kryska, was sister to a Polish duke.
Roberto de Nobili (1577–1656), nicknamed the White Brahman, and the Jesuit missions to the court of the Mughal emperor Akbar. Of the latter, there was the Inquisition at Goa and the forcible subjection of the Syrian church to Rome at the Synod of Diamper in 1599.