Who We Are?
Sophia founded as a primary school at the present Saint Francis Hospital on June 29. The Founders: Rt. Rev. Mgr: Henri Coumont, first Bishop of Ajmer and Rev. Mother Matilda.
A boarding house gets started with one resident pupil.
The first group of candidates appears for the Junior Cambridge Examination.
Sophia is awarded recognition as a “Special public school for Indians”
Two candidates appear for the senior Cambridge examination
A modest start is made in women’s higher education with the introduction of private intermediate College.
Sophia moves to Mirshali,the present Venue.
Rev.Mother M.Matilda, the founder and the Principal of Sophia is taken to her heavenly award. Sister Catherine is appointed as the principal. Science subject are introduced in the intermediate classes. 1954 Separate Primary Block constructed in the same campus.
The School switches over to the Higher Secondary Curriculum and is known as the Sophia Multipurpose High School
The intermediate college is upgraded to the degree status with Sister Jovita as Principal. The 3 year degree is initiated with one student on roll and 12 for the B.A. conventional scheme
The college moves to its present campus. Science subject are introduced at the degree level.
The higher Secondary Section is provided with new extension block i.e Golden Jubilee Block (GJB) to accommodate the increasing number on rolls Dec 6 and 7, 1969 : Sophia celebrates the Golden Jubilee of its foundation.
Raised to Senior Secondary level.
Inauguration of Our Lady of good counsel school block i.e Diamond Jubilee Block (DJB)
E-learning (smart classes) introduced for senior classes.
Sophia completed 100 scintillating years of its existence . A grand function was organised on 19th October 2019 . Inauguration of the Centenary Block. The middle section (Classes 6 to 8) has been shifted to this block.
On 26th January a new computer laboratory, in the Diamond Jubilee Block, inaugurated by Mrs. Gopa Ahaluwalia, batch 1978 , an alumna of our institution.
With the growing contemporary need of various career options, new subjects – Entrepreneurship and Psychology were offered for classes 11 & 12.
For Classes 9 & 10 Information Technology was introduced as a sixth subject for the betterment of results.
To cater to the Athletics needs of the students, a Gym was introduced. Also, Softball and Athletic were introduces as new sport options.