The open skies lie before us to take to them,
Unfurl our wings of splendour
And soar right through.
There is no doubt about the distances
That we have come, and none whatover about the ones
That we are still destined to go!
Sr. Mary Lepcha takes over as the Principal of the school and Sr. Anupama leaves for England as the Asst. Superior General of the Congregation.
1st Alumni Meet Josephine conflunce' held.
Sr. Anupama takes over as the Principal of the school.
The school sends its first batch of ISC Commerce students. 38 students appeared in the exam and sailed through successfully. Pragya Kapoor topped the list 94% and also being the state topper.
The first batch of Std. XI (Commerce) was admitted.
The school sends its first batch of ISC Science students. 31 student appeared in the exam and came out with flying colours. Vijaya. M topped the list with 80%.
The first batch of students of Std. XI (Science) was admitted.
Silver Jubilee celebrations held in Civic Center, rejoicing and recalling with deep gratitude our humble beginnings in the January of' 66.
Sr. Teresa Chungath formally appointed the principal and Sr. Mary Lucy continued to serve as the secretary of the school managing committee.
Sr. Teresa Chungath appointed acting principal on account of Sr. Mary Lucy's leave.
Later Sr. Dorothy took over as principal and continued till 1983 in the absence of Sr. M. Lucy.
Sr. Mary Rita took over in the absence of Sr. Mary Lucy.
The school sends its first batch of ICSE students, 8 students appeared in the exam and came out with flying colours. Yamini Tapadia topped the list with 16 grades.
Commencement of construction of Science laboratories in accordance with the directives given by the Council, New Delhi.
Sr. Mary Lucy joined as the new principal.
As a result of Sr. Maria Vianney's tireless efforts- The school gets its affiliation from the Council of ICSE, New Delhi.
Sr. Maria Vianney took over as the new principal after Sr. Justa Maria. Sr. Maria Vianney worked relentlessly for the School's affiliation.
Decision to restrict admission of boys, seeking the admission of the existing boys in other schools. Resolved to admit girls only to Nursery of January' 76.
Sr. M. Regis and Margaret Rose join the staff.
Sr. Justa Maria starts St. Joseph's English School in the steel city Rourkela under the management of Daughters of the Cross of Liege, with Nursery and K.G. department for boys and girls. The school starts functioning with 36 children on the Roll and 2 teachers - Sr. Rosalia and Mrs. Manju Chowdhury.