St. Patrick's Girls' High School came into existence on 8th August 1982, by Bishop Anthony Lobo, who felt a need for another girls' school in the area. This school, which has flourished and become a well established educational institution, began with classes from Nursery up to the third grade. Every year the school added a class. The principal of the school then was Ms. Gertie Cabral, who passed away in November 1984. Ms. Amy Gonsalves accepted the great task of taking the charge of the school in the same month. Bishop Simeon Pereira visited the school in the year 1993, he suggested extending the structure of the school by building another wing. In the year 1997, the Vianney School was denationalized, enabling our school to start the Morning Shift, after which was built the new wing of our school. In the year 2000, our school made another great achievement i.e. the beginning of the Cambridge Section. Our first batch of Cambridge Students sat for their O-levels in the year 2006. Our school has successfully completed 25 years on August 8th, 2007. Everyone in the school was in some way or another involved in the preparation for the Liturgical Celebration which was planned for August 22, 2007, but due to heavy rainfall, had to be rescheduled, to the 8th of September 2007.

Vision & Mission


To empower and inspire students within the school environment to reach their full academic emotional and spiritual potential, for the betterment of society.


To provide knowledge based education to all the children who enter the school, so that they leave our premises with all the skills that are required to face the challenges before them as citizens of this country.


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Shahrah-e-Iraq, Saddar
Karachi, Pakistan


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