Why Choose Us ? St. Edmund’s School

As early as 1894, Mgr. Edmund Becker, the prefect Apostolic of Assam had conceived the idea of a boarding school for boys in Shillong. His enthusiasm was rekindled when a noted educationist, Sir Archdale Earle was appointed as Chief Commissioner of Assam in 1912. Sir Archdale Earle strongly backed Mgr. Edmund Becker’s idea. Mgr. Edmund Becker wanted the finest educationists to build up his dream, so he convinced the Christian Brothers to take up the project...

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Our Founder

Edmund Rice, fourth of seven sons, was born in Ireland, on June 1st, 1762. Because of a long period of religious persecution in Ireland, the Rice children had to be taught at home by travelling teachers...

SES Achievers

The school crest was probably designed by a Christian Brother who unfortunately remains anonymous. In the ninety six year history of the school, many variations of the school crest have appeared...

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