Situated at the banks of the sacred river Shipra, St. Joseph’s Convent High School, Mehidpur, was opened on 4th July 1998, is under the general management of the Diocese of Ujjain, a charitable and educational society, registered under the Madhya Pradesh Society Registration Act 1973 (no. 44 of 1973) on 14th November 1973 (Reg.No. 3483). In particular, the Catholic Church at Mehidpur runs it. The management enjoys minority rights as enshrined in the Constitution of India Art. 30. The school is recognized by M.P.Education Department and sis affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi( Affi. No. 1030517).
St. Joseph’s Convent High School, Mehidpur aims the holistic approach to education and the formation of the little children in the harmonious development of their physical, mental and moral powers so as to make them good citizens. That is to say, it enable students to become authentic and responsible citizens of India. Each child is a gift of God and he/ she is given the opportunity to be moulded in such a way he/ she meets the demands of the society. Without fail, our dedicated and well-trained staffs impart and promote wisdom and knowledge to all pupils. The motto of the school is ‘Wisdom shines bright and never grows dim’. The school stands not only for the intellectual aspirations of the students, but also for imparting high moral values. The medium of instruction is English, Hindi is taught as a compulsory language from Nursery onwards. Sanskrit is taught from Class VI onwards as the third language. Computer Science is also taught from class III onwards to enable the students to have a first hand knowledge to step confidently in to today’s world of computers.