The emblem 'Virtue & knowledge', of Dnyanmata High School itself gives vision to prepare student not only by imparting knowledge or helping in physical and mental development but also to facilitate harmonious development of the students to become good cultured citizen of India and global society too. A wide range of sources in its curricular and co-curricular activities helps to achieve this.
St. Joseph's Eng. Pre-Primary and Primary School & Dnyanmata High School, Amravati is owned, administered and maintained by Amravati Roman Catholic Diosesan Trust of Amravati which is a minority Roman Catholic Trust. This school is a minority institution, established to serve primarily the Roman Catholics and also other people without any distinction of caste or creed, in so far as it is in consonance with the principles and characteristics of the Roman Catholic institution. St. Joseph's English Pre-Primary and Primary School / Dnyanmata High School provides facilities for all round development of the students.The objective of the school is not merely imparting knowledge or physical and intellectual development but also to facilitate harmonious development of the student^ In the nineteen-forties, the Amravati Parish (Amravati Church) had started a boys boarding for orphans from our orphanage and poor boys from rural areas. These boys were admitted in Holy Cross Marathi primary school. After 4th class, it was a problem to send them to school as there was no High School near by. So the Amravati Church decided to start a Marathi School for boys with 5th and 6th classes; with due permission from late Arch-Bishop Rt. Rev. Eugene D'souza of Nagpur Arch-Diocese as Amravati was then a part of Nagpur Arch-Diocese. Fr. Francis Conus M.S.F.S was entrusted with the work.
In April 1953, necessary permission was obtained from the Education Department from Nagpur and in June 1953 Dnyanmata Indian English Middle School was started by Rev. Fr. Francis Conus with Stds. 5th and 6th in Marathi Medium. There were 16 students in 5th Class and 24 students in 6th Class. Fr. Conus was the Manager, Headmaster & Boarding Warden. He taught Mathematics. The only other teacher was Mr. M.P. Kajurkar who is in our midst today for the concluding function of Dnyanmata Golden Jubilee. There was a college student to help Fr. Conus and Mr. Kajurkar, who was an inmate of the boarding.