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Co-curricular Activities

The main purpose of Jesuit education has been holistic development of an individual. Keeping in with the aim, St. Xavier's school has always encouraged activities which are innovative and out of the box.
There are cultural programs such as Parents Nite, which help students enhance their skills of organization and presentation, co-ordination and co-operation. Participants of every age group get to show their skills - from dancing and acting to singing and fashion. Every important festival is marked by a marvelous performance, organized by the students, and meticulously guided by the teachers.

Several co-curricular activities are carried through clubs:

Spectrum Club


This club is a vibrant club within the Xaverian family, which focuses on promotion and encouragement of Spoken English in students.

Science Club


This club is meant for anyone who wishes to sharpen his or her imaginative skills, critical analysis and the ability to think out of the box.

Interact Club


It is a service club for young adults. The purpose of the club is to provide opportunities for the members to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service.

Sports Club


The club caters to pupils keenly interested in developing skills related to specific games and also helps them to develop knowledge in those fields.

Eco Club


This club promotes ecological awareness and tries to inculcate nature-friendly attitude among the students through its activities.

Finomics Club


It encourage students to learn and improve their knowledge in the field of economics and finance.

I.T. Club


This club bring the students nearer to modern technology around the globe through its activities. It tries to bring awareness within the school environment about the cyber crimes and the legal issues related to it.

Xavier Online


This is a quarterly school magazine. The editorial team, consisting of students, encourages creative writing among students.

Social Service League (SSL)


The basic aim of the League is to give students a chance to develop sensitivity to others, particularly the underprivileged.