“We create an environment where ethics and values are inculcated; We build educational relationships that foster success; We strive to be a source of insight, giving our students the power to make confident decisions.”

Dear Parent,

It has become imperative that students be empowered with cognitive and experiential skills that would help them to overcome the challenges of tomorrow. Today’s students must learn a new set of skills, ensuring that they can embrace interconnected concepts, think independently, work collaboratively, act decisively, communicate unambiguously and influence positively.

At St. Patrick’s, we believe that the role of school is not only to pursue academic excellence but also to motivate and empower its students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers and productive members of an ever-changing society. We try to provide our students with an atmosphere for multifaceted development, where they are encouraged to channelize their potential in the pursuit of excellence. This can only be possible in holistic, student-centric environment. Our endeavor is to identify, nurture and encourage the talents, skills and abilities of each student, so that he/she is able to reach greater heights. Students are, hence provided with a platform to think, express and exhibit their skills.

We encourage high academic standards and self-discipline, factors which contribute in creating a true Patrician. We centre our efforts on preparing the student for their future. Our scholastic programme seeks to instill learning and education on the students, along with a deep-rooted sense of inquisitiveness. The infrastructure here at Patrick’s provides a domain for academic, artistic and physical excellence.

We look forward to mould individuals of today to responsible citizens of tomorrow with cooperation from the parents.

With Kind Regards,
–Bro. PAUL P


The Congregation of the Brothers of St. Patrick or the Patrician Brothers as they are popularly known began in the small town of Tullow, Ireland on 2nd February, 1808...

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Christmas Celebration

A one of its kind, virtual Christmas Program was organised this year for the students of St. Patrick’s Academy. The program revolved around the theme of hope and captivated the audience with mesmerising performances by students and teachers alike. The distinguished chief guest for the event Fr. Therese Babu also offered a beautiful message of hope to all during these trying times. The program had a variety of Christmas carols, Skits and dance performances which brought out the Christmas spirit in the best way possible. Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year Greetings to all !!!

Children’s Day

Childhood is about innocence and kindness. It is all about joy and fun, with this rejuvenating thought in our minds, we celebrated Children’s with great enthusiasm and zeal. The Covid 19 pandemic couldn’t stop us from showering our love and blessings on our young Patricians. The teachers put up a great show and organized the Virtual Children’s Day Program for their dear students. It was a fun frolic celebration packed with melodious songs, humorous skit and entertaining dance performance by our teachers. We also witnessed the interviews of our respected Principal Rev.Bro. Paul, Vice Principal Rev. Bro.Kennedy and Manager Rev. Bro. Christopher wherein they shared the beautiful memories of their childhood and inspired the children by their motivating words.

Investiture Ceremony

St Patrick’s Academy Bengaluru organised its 11th Investiture Ceremony on 7th November, 2020. The honourable chief guest, Rev. Bro. Christopher Dawes graced the occasion with his august presence. A spirit of unity and dynamism filled the air as the grand ceremony commenced with a prayer song followed by the lighting of the lamp. It was a solemn occasion where all the young students were well prepared to don the mantle of leadership and responsibility with utmost dedication. The senior coordinator, Miss Lucy Jacob welcomed all the invited guests. She also motivated the students by saying, "Don’t let what you can’t do, stop you, from, what you can do."

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