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St. Lawrence’s Girls Convent School

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The school was in the beginning known as St. Patrick’s School, Cincinnatus Town branch. The school was founded in 1950 by Rev. Mgr. Victorno Fernandez who was then the Parish Priest. The School began in the Parlour of the Parish House for boys. The change to the present name came at a later date i.e. in May 1951. At that time, the school had six large airy class rooms. In 1951.

Rev. Fr. Francis D’ Souza was appointed principal of St. Lawrence’s Boy’s School. He extended the school towards Pedro D’Souza Road and built the first and second storey, covering the then parish house and the adjacent class room. By end of 1952, the new floor was ready for occupation. The school had now advanced to class VII and it had accommodations for the Teacher’s Common Room and Office. In 1954 Rev. Fr. Joshua Sterko becomes the Principal, who had built the new Parish house. In each of the next two years, the school took a step forward, advancing to class IX at the beginning of the scholastic year 1954 – 1955. It was towards the

end of year that the school was visited by representatives of the Catholic Board of Education. In 1962, Rev. Peter Canisus Mascrenhnas was appointed the school Principal of St. Lawrence’s Boys School. There were 40 pupils in each class with only one section. In the years that followed since then, the School took great strides forward, and the competence, dedication and unity of the staff contributed immensely to the growth of the school.

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