We are different. Difference is good, because it means diversity.
Diversity means creativity and growth. We celebrate difference.
Healthy and positive competition leads to bigger and better victories.
Working as a team leads to triumph. There is learning in defeat too.
We steer our students to imbibe values and qualities like leadership, team spirit and compassion through a system of rewards and recognition.
St. Peter’s School is divided into four houses:
Ashlin and Drury are the initial and original houses that are named after Lady Ashlin who
founded the School and Mr. J Drury, Principal (1919 – 1921).
Post 1941, the school witnessed a huge influx of students. In order to accommodate the growing number, the school established two new houses namely Rowan and Cornwill. Cornwill derived its name from Rev. S. Cornelius Williams, a benefactor of the school while Rowan was named after Thomas Rowan, Principal (1908 – 1918).
Each student is assigned to a house to which he will stand true till the end. House competitions make sure that standards fly high. Each house has a House Master and two student representatives.
Being a member of any particular house gives the students a sense of belonging. They learn the rules of fraternity from their seniors; they learn to give respect in the same measure as they expect to earn it when their turn comes.