The Scottish Church Collegiate School

Affilliated to WBBSE & WBCHSE

Founded by Rev.Dr.Alexander Duff in 1830
A Christian Minority Institution

(Under Diocese of Calcutta,CNI)
73, Bidhan Sarani, 32/8, Beadon Street,Kolkata-700006

Our Vision & Mission

The School being of Christian foundation is a religious minority institution within the meaning of Article 30 of the Constitution of India.

The School is under the administrative control of the School Committee, which in turn, is constituted by the Governing Body of Diocesan schools, Diocese of Kolkata (CNI) the present Founder Body of the School. The aim of the school as that of its founder is primarily to impart liberal education pervaded by the universal principles of spiritual and moral values and based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ to produce intellectually sound, morally upright, socially concerned and spiritually oriented men to be of service to the Nation.

Our History

The Scottish Church Collegiate School is a selective boys’ school in north Kolkata, West Bengal, having a history of more than 190 years. The school was founded in 1830 by Reverend Alexander Duff, who came to Calcutta as the first missionary of the Church of Scotland to India. The Scottish Church Collegiate School is affiliated with the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, and the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education for the secondary and higher secondary school examinations respectively. The school functions under the Governing Body of Diocesan Schools, the Diocesan Board of Education and the Church of North India.

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