Holy Child Auxiium School, New Delhi is a Catholic Minority Intitution established in 1970 and run by the Salesian Sister's Society of Northern India, a body registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860.
It is an English Medium School and though meant primarily for Christian girls, it admits children of other communities and religions. it is recognized by the Directorate of Education, Delhi Administration and affiliated to the Central Board Secondary Education, Delhi.
AIM OF HOLY CHILD AUXILIUM
- The Primary Aim of Holy Child Auxilium School, New Delhi is the complete Education of girls by forming in them habits of piety, study discipline and self-reliance. Being a Catholic Institution this will be based on Christian philosophy and values.
- The method of education followed in the school is the system taught and practised by the St. John Bosco (Don Bosco) based on personal conviction, prevention of faults, loving kindnes and faith in God.
- The constant effort of the school is to develop the individual personality of the pupils and bring out the best and the noblest qualities in them so as to make them mature individual women who are open and comitted both to the Divine Spirit and her fellow beings.
- Secial atention is given to ensure a high standard of moralit and disciline in the school.