Ignatius of Loyola

The Society of Jesus, a Christian Religious order founded by
St. Ignatius of
Loyola in 1540 has been active in the field of education throughout the world... More+


The students of the School are divided in to four Houses: St. Andrew's, St. David's, St. George's and St. Patrick's. The Houses compete with one another in studies, games, track and field sports, aquatics and dramatic and music competitions.

Students are expected to take part in at least some of the School activities such as games, debates, drama, scouting, NCC etc. Each student should strive to attain proficiency in at least one of these activities.

SJBHS Houses

St. Andrew’s House
The patron saint of Scotland. He was one of Jesus twelve disciples, brother of Simon Peter. He worked as a fisherman in Galilee (modern day Israel). St Andrew like Jesus himself was crucified for his Christian beliefs... More+

St. David’s House
The patron saint of Wales. Saint David was a Celtic monk, abbot and bishop who lived in the 6th century. He was a well known preacher in Wales where he spread the gospel of Christ. His name is ‘Dewi Sant’ in the traditional welsh Gaelic language.More+

St. George’s House
The patron saint of England. His emblem is a red cross on a white background; it is also part of the flag of Great Britain – The Union Jack. Although patron saint of England St George was born in Turkey in the 3rd century. St George... More+

St. Patrick’s House
Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and Northern Ireland. He was born in Wales around AD 385. Was said to have been captured by pirates before escaping their tyranny and training as a missionary. More+