Millenium Complex

St. Xavier's school has had the distinction of setting a benchmark in progressive and innovative changes. When Fr. Frank Loesch was the school's Rector, he had planned to build a double storey building in which the ground floor could be used as a hall and the first floor to be used as a chapel. Since there was not enough fund available at that time for the construction of the hall, an appeal was sent to donors. In 1965, Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy donated a substantial amount of money for the purpose, but the construction could not take place immediately and later the fund was used for the regular functioning of the school. When Fr. P.T. Augustine became the Principal in 1997, he decided to build a hall for the School. He appealed to the parents, teachers, and other benefactors for funds. The foundation stone was blessed on 6 July 1999 by Provincial Fr. J. Mannaravelil, S.J. The building was inaugurated on 31 March 2001 by Justice Mr. K.T. Thomas. On the same day itself the building was blessed by most Rev. Anil J. Couto, the former Auxiliary Bishop of Delhi Archdiocese. It was the fulfillment of a dream by thousands of students for over four decades. The complex is ultra modern, with facilities and amenities that go even beyond our four decade dream. Dignified and imaginatively structured, this immaculate building links the Junior School to the Senior School through spacious corridors. The complex consists of a large hall with a spacious stage, balcony, control room and spacious green rooms at the back stage. On the ground floor there are two language labs, two computer labs, a Creativity Centre and a Multimedia Hall. One of the main attractive features of the complex is the garden in front of it. The idea of this beautiful, well maintained garden originated from the imaginative mind of Fr. P.T. Augustine, who designed and this got this magnificent edifice built. (During the sixties and early seventies there used to be a line of small buildings here called 'Red Fort'. They were later demolished to make space for the school.)