As a school with a rich history and steeped in tradition, we take our responsibility of educating the young minds in our care very seriously. We hope to teach our students compassion, tolerance and unconditional respect towards others; make positive contributions to society. We believe in the immense potential that our students have. Our role is to prepare them for the real world challenges that life has to offer. At St. Patrick’s High School, we facilitate this by empowering students to head and manage the various societies we have.
Welcome to St. Patrick’s High School’s Dramatics society. Theatre helps us to develop our creativity. It teaches us about people, places, and ideas to which we would not otherwise be exposed. It is a cultural space where society examines itself in a mirror. It has long been looked at as a laboratory in which we can study the problems that confront society and attempt to solve those problems. We encourage you to flaunt your acting skills. Let’s make the year full of drama, expressions, suspense and excitement.
St. Patrick’s Harmonics Society is for individuals with a passion for music. The purpose of the society is to coordinate and organize all musical events within the school under one umbrella and give a chance to aspiring musicians and people interested in the art to step up and explore their talent.
The society organises a couple of mega events in an academic year including RockMania, the proceeds of which go to a need based scholarship fund.
Budding event organizers? The society plans and organizes the two major events of the year, the Masquerade (a welcome party for the AS) and the Farewell.
St. Patrick’s Literary Society has always been teemed with bookworms and aspiring writers. The society is also responsible for publishing the Patrician Times, our very own monthly newsletter. Furthermore, the society also encourages literary competitions in and out of school..
The Gauss Club is the hub for all the scientific minds in the school. It hosts one of the biggest science competitions every year – Spectrum. Schools from all over the country eagerly await to participate and show their mettle. It is a great opportunity for young minds to share ideas and collaborate on projects.
Our debating society promotes communication and advocacy skills, encourages critical and creative thinking abilities. Public speaking is a great skill to have in life. Parliamentary debate, with its emphasis on impromptu speaking, develops excellent communication skills and teaches you to think on your feet. Debate also teaches the tricks of the trade — eye contact and effective gestures — and teaches students poise, presence and confidence. In addition to these benefits, students’ active role in running and promoting the debating society helps them take on leadership roles at an early age. We are proud to host two of the most notable debating competitions every academic year – Bishop Anthony Lobo Debating Competition and the All Pakistan Declamation contest.
Sports help in character building. It teaches the value of team work and spirit. It enables one to cope with victory as well as defeat. This society makes sure that students interested in sports have a fair chance to display their abilities in the field. Friendly matches between schools for any sports are always welcome and are a part of the routine. Among other achievements, we are proud to host the Shamrock Cup – a badminton tournament eagerly awaited by all.