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Schools in Chennai

St. Joseph's Residential School, Sriperumpudur




  • Locality: Sriperumpudur
  • Landmark: Next to NOKIA factory
  • Full Address: Bangalore National Highway, (Next to NOKIA factory), Sriperumbudur - 602105.
  • Phone No: 044-27107008, 9444390737
  • Email:,
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St Joseph's Residential School is a Co - Educational English Medium School, Affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education situated at Chennai - Bangalore National Highway, Sriperumbudur. The School was founded by Rev. Fr. Dr. J.E.Arul Raj, OMI and is run by the Society of DMI (Daughters of Mary Immaculate).It is full pledged school with classes from Std I to Std XII. The School shows the remarkable Commitment to groom the Child to be mentally, emotionally and physically fit. It aims to provide quality education to excel in his / her chosen field and face global challenges.


  • LKG to XII grade
  • CBSE Board
  • English Medium
  • Co-ed School

  • Type Of School: Private
  • Grades: LKG/1-12
  • School Day: Monday - Saturday
  • Timing: 10am - 5pm
  • Gender: Co-Educational
  • Religion: All
  • Management: Rev. fr. dr. j. e. arul raj
  • Curriculum: CBSE
  • Language: English
  • Fees: Contact to school

We are a School that strives to impart a high quality education through English Medium. Literary and cultural activities are blended along with academic career, while a strong emphasis is also placed on discipline. We adopt high methodology for student’s participation in each and every activity of the school. Laborator and Library  The school is equipped with adequate library and laboratory facilities to suit for the present needs of the students.  Computer Education and Digital Lab The school is provided with adequate number of systems and qualified instructors for imparting computer education which is dire need in the modern era.

Extra Curricular Activities

  • Cricket coaching
  • Basket ball coaching
  • Karate
  • Yoga
  • Indian Vocal Music
  • Electronic Keyboard
  • Arts & Drawing
  • Bharatanatyam
  • Football
  • Table Tennis
  • Aerobics
  • Chess

Additional Details

It is plain from Bede's letter to Bishop Egbert that the historian occasionally visited his friends for a few days, away from his own monastery of Jarrow, but with such rare exceptions his life seems to have been one peaceful round of study and prayer passed in the midst of his own community. How much he was beloved by them is made manifest by the touching account of the saint's last sickness and death left us by Cuthbert, one of his disciples. Their studious pursuits were not given up on account of his illness and they read aloud by his bedside, but constantly the reading was interrupted by their tears. "I can with truth declare", writes Cuthbert of his beloved master, "that I never saw with my eyes or heard with my ears anyone return thanks so unceasingly to the living God." Even on the day of his death (the vigil of the Ascension, 735) the saint was still busy dictating a translation of the Gospel of St. John. In the evening the boy Wilbert, who was writing it, said to him: "There is still one sentence, dear master, which is not written down." And when this had been supplied, and the boy had told him it was finished, "Thou hast spoken truth", Bede answered, "it is finished. Take my head in thy hands for it much delights me to sit opposite any holy place where I used to pray, that so sitting I may call upon my Father." And thus upon the floor of his cell singing, "Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Ghost" and the rest, he peacefully breathed his last breath.

The title Venerabilis seems to have been associated with the name of Bede within two generations after his death. There is of course no early authority for the legend repeated by Fuller of the "dunce-monk" who in composing an epitaph on Bede was at a loss to complete the line: Hac sunt in fossa Bedae . . . . ossa and who next morning found that the angels had filled the gap with the word venerabilis. His sainthood was recognised 50 years after his death in 735; his body was later taken from Jarrow to Durham Cathedral, where it lies in the Galilee Chapel. In 1899 he was belatedly named a Doctor of the Church.



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