St. John’s School, New Delhi was established in 1967 with a humble beginning in a rented building at South Extension, New Delhi. The school is run and managed by ‘The Delhi Mar Thoma Church Society' (Reg. No. S-3030), a body registered under the Societies Registration Act. In 1983 we got a land allotted from Delhi Development Authority at E- Block, Masjid Moth, Greater Kailash-3. The School got shifted to the new campus in 1992 and got recognition in 2001-02. Read More


As President of the school, it had been my wish that in this e-era one must adapt oneself to the changing times and am happy to note that St. Johns School has planned to develop a website and go electronic. The church is proud of its history and reputation for delivering exceptional pastoral care and academic achievement in its institutions and ensure that all students develop as high achieving, confident, articulate young people who most importantly enjoy their education. The St Johns School offers your child an excellent educational experience underpinned by strong values. We believe in traditional values, but have a forward thinking ethos where every student is valued. We expect our students to work hard and be well disciplined so that we can prepare them to thrive in the competitive global environment. I wish the school all the best in all its future endeavours.

Rt. Rev. Gregorious Mar Stephanos Episcopa
Delhi Diocese
Mar Thoma Church


Our nation needs development and social change in our ongoing journey to compete with other nations and to make our citizens able to respond to the contemporary challenges of life. We need courage, competence and self-confidence to move on. The governments in national and state levels are bringing and implementing lot of policies and policy changes to achieve this target. It is our duty to co-operate with the governments and the local bodies to bring a better and brighter future to all citizens. Education is an agent of such social change for which the schools do play a pivotal role. All children in India have their right to get educated and it is the duty of all responsible citizens in the nation to provide quality education to them. The Christian Church being the followers of Christ take up this task as our individual and corporate responsibility. The God given intellectual ability has to be fostered, nurtured, helped to be developed and used in a positive and creative manner by all citizens of the nation.

Rev. Fr. Eappen Varghese