Admission FAQ2023-11-22T16:43:32+00:00

Admission FAQ

Welcome! We are delighted that you are interested in learning more about St. Lawrence Convent Sr. Sec. School and our application process. SLC is a co-educational school from classes Nursery to 12th located in East Delhi, India.

Our mission as a dynamic, modern-day school is to challenge each student to achieve excellence in a nurturing, inclusive community. SLC’ teachers, parents, and administrators work together to inspire our students to be responsible, caring, well informed, ethical, prepared, and well balanced young adults.

Prospective students and their parents often ask us questions to better understand the SLC experience. In an effort to help you decide if SLC is the right school for you, we’d like to share many of those questions and answers. If you have a specific question, please email us at or call the Admissions Office at 81787-09085, 80765-21185,78276-16100 .

Admission FAQ

How do students get to school?2021-11-30T18:27:00+00:00

Keeping the children’s safety in mind; the majority of the students avail school transport. The remaining students are dropped and picked up by their respective parents.

How many students are there per class? Will my child get personalised attention?2021-11-30T18:27:37+00:00

The Student – Teacher ratio at SLS is 40:1 for all classes, except Pre Primary classes having a ratio of 20:1. We believe every child is unique and is blessed with a skill-set and passion different from the rest. BPS, or as most fraternity members call it – SLS Family is a close-knit community where teachers are not only driven to propel intellectual growth of our students but also emotional, physical and overall development of the child.

Why choose St. Lawrence Convent Sr. Sec. School?2021-11-30T18:28:11+00:00

Every student at SLS can find his/her niche and his/her passion, whether it is through the traditional college preparatory courses offered, the various athletic opportunities, visual and performing arts events, or co-curricular activities. Students have a chance to get involved in the community and develop skills that help them to develop as strong, independent young adults. From student leadership to robotics, there are so many ways for students to become active members of the community.

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