1. Pupils should be present at school before 9:00 am.
  2. Late arrival is a breach of discipline and habitual unpunctuality may be punished.
  3. The school diary should be brought to school every day.
  4. Pupils should be in clean and complete school uniform. Extra jackets or headscarves are not allowed.
  5. Hair colour,tattoos, untidy hair, expensive jewellery is not allowed. 6. Ear piercing, long hair & beard (for boys) is not allowed.
  6. Strict discipline should be maintained in the campus.
  7. Pupils should always be polite and respectful to all the staff members.
  8. Magazines, comic books or any other printed matter should not be brought to school.
  9. Mobile phones and smart watches are strictly prohibited.
  10. Chewing gum, tobacco and other such items are prohibited.
  11. Disobedience and disorderly conduct can lead to suspension or dismissal of the pupil.
  12. School campus should not be littered.
  13. Silence should be maintained while moving from classroom to the school ground/library/laboratory / smart class.
  14. School property should not be damaged. Any damage of the school property should be compensated.
  15. Those pupils who use cycles should keep it locked in the cycle shed.
  16. Pupils should not loiter in the campus after school hours.
  17. Pupils are not allowed to use two-wheelers to commute from home to school.
  1. Ensure that your ward is always punctual and neatly dressed in full uniform.
  2. Ensure that your child attends school regularly.
  3. Please check your ward’s school diary everyday.
  4. Please notify school office of any change in address or phone number.
  5. Ensure that your ward does not wear expensive jewellery or watches to school.
  6. Parents cannot remain in the school campus during school hours.
  7. Principal and teachers can be met according to schedule mentioned earlier.
  8. Parents must attend the Parent-Teacher Meet and Progress Report distribution.
The students and teachers will converse in no other languages except English in the school premises and during other outdoor programmes..
  • Attendance is compulsory on the reopening day; new academic year and after holidays Absence from school is permitted only in case of illness or unforeseen emergency.
  • Reson for absence should be written and signed by the parent in the school diary in the prescribed column and submitted to the class teacher.
  • Medical certificate must be furnished if a pupil is absent for more than 5 days due to illness
  • Any pupil who is absent for more than 15 days should have applied for and sought the permission of the Principal.
  • Irregular or unexplained attendance is a serious offence and his/her name can be struck off the rolls.
  • In case of an emergency a pupil may be permitted to go home, only if accompanied by a parent/guardian and written request must be presented to the Principal.
  • In order to be eligible to appear for examination, a minimum of 85% attendance is required.
  • 100% attendance by pupils is appreciated and will be awarded.
  • Attendance for all examinations is compulsory, absence is allowed only in case of illness.
  • Answer scripts of all examinations, except the final examination should be signed by parents.
  • Re-examination will not be conducted for absentees.
  • Strict action will be taken against any pupil who indulges in any malpractice during examination.
  • Promotion to higher class will be based on the results of all the examinations.
  • Progress Report will be distributed after each examination. Proficiency certificates are awarded to pupils on basis of excellence in examination.
  • Chavara was born in Kainakary, Kerala on 10-2-1805 Chavara was baptized at Chenamkary parish church on 18-2-1805
  • Chavara was dedicated to the of Blessed Virgin Mary as her servant at Vechoor Church on 8-9-1805
  • Chavara started his primary education at Kainakary in 1810
  • Chavara joined the parish seminary at Pallipuram in 1818
  • Chavara was ordained priest at Arthunkal church on 29-11-1829
  • With Fathers Thomas Palackal and Thomas Porukara, Chavara founded the First Indian Religious Congregation for Men (CMI), .11-5-1831
  • Chavara popularized the Sunday Homilies and introduced Retreats for priests and laity in the Kerala Church since-1831
  • Chavara established the First Syro Malabar common seminary at Mananam in 1833
  • The devotional practice of the ‘Way of the Cross’ was started at Mannanam from 1838
  • Chavara was appointed as Malpan (Tutor of sacred subjects) and examiner of candidates for priesthood and was authorized to give patents to the newly ordained to hear confessions and to preach in the Churches 16-2-1844
  • Chavara founded the first press and publishing house of Syro Malabar Church at Mananam 3-7-1846
  • Chavara founded the First Catholic Sanskrit School in Kerala at Mananam 1846
  • Chavara started the First Syro-Malabar Catechumenate for faith formation at Mananam 1853
  • Chavara is the first professed religions priest in the Indian Church 8 12-1855
  • Chavara wrote 10 Eclogues (Shepherd’s Plays) and introduced them in the CMI novitiate at Koonamavu 1857-1858
  • Chavara was the first appointed vicar general in the Syro-Malabar Church after the time of Archdeacons 8-6-1861
  • Chavara took the leadership in protecting the Syro-Malabar Church from the schismatic intruder bishop Roccos 1861
  • Chavara is the author of the First Malayalam Narrative poem -Anasthasyaude Rakthasakshyam, an inspirational Martyr’s story 1862
  • Chavara edited the Divine Office for priests, Compiled and composed Liturgical Rubrics, liturgical calendar, set the Office of the dead etc for the Malabar Church 1862-1869
  • Chavara popularized the new ‘May Month devotion of Blessed virgin Mary’ from Mananam-1864
  • Chavara as Vicar General implemented the idea’ A school for A Church’ in the Kerala Church 1864
  • In collaboration with Fr.Leopold OCD, an Italian Missionary, Chavara founded the Indian Religious Congregation for women Now known as (CMC) at Koonamavu in Kerala 13-2-1866
  • Chavara started the 40 Hours Eucharistic Adoration in the Keral at Koonammavu 15-2-1866
  • Chavara and Fr. Leopold OCD started the first boarding house and school for girls in Kerala at Koonammavu -2-1-1868
  • Chavara prepared the first Instruction manual ‘A Testament of a Good Father for the Christian Families, first of its kind in the church-13-2 1868
  • Chavara founded the first lay charitable organization, the “Confraternity of St Joseph for a Happy Death’ at Kainakary-1869
  • Chavara founded the first Home of Charity- Upavisala for the sick, old and Destitute at Kainakary 1869
  • Chavara initiated the Catholic re-union movement of the 19th Century -1869
  • Chavara died at St. Philomina’s Monastery at Koonammavu on 3-1-1871
  • Sanction from Rome to start Chavara’s canonization process 9-12-1955 Chavara was declared Venerable by Pope John Paul II in Rome on 7-4-1984
  • Chavara’s beatification at Kottayam, Kerala by Pope John Paul ll on 8-2-1986
  • Government of India released the postal stamp considering Chavara as social reformer on 20-12-1987
  • Government of Kerala fixed a large painting of Chavara in the Literary Academy Hall of Thrissur to honour him for his special Contribution to Malayalam literature 4-5-2006
  • Kuriakose Elias Chavara was declared a Saint of the Catholic Church on 23-11-2014
    • Children, you are the treasure in the hands of your parents.
    • The children who love and fear God will love and respect their parents.
    • Rely on your mother, God will listen to mother’s petition as yours.
    • As food is for the body; knowledge and sanctity for the soul.
    • Go to school regularly and review the learning material and renew your memory every week.
    • Idleness breeds all vices.
    • Let those who love God be your friends.
    • Tell me who your friends are and I shall tell you who you are.
    • Keeping bad books with you is like hiding fire in straw,
    • Regular reading of good books and meditating on them will illumine your intellect.
    • Become punctual by proper management.
    • You angels, will be turned into devils, if you are caught up in bad circumstances.
    • You must reach home before twilight and participate in evening prayers.
    • You must have proper attire and purity of soul befitting your age.
    • Excessive decorative dress may lead you to evil.
    • Engage in the works suited to your age and education.
    • Let your ability be manifest in your discipline of life, in piety and control of your senses.
    • You should love truth and justice.
    • Whatever you earn through deceit and theft will soon melt away like snow.
    • You should desire to be loved by others, not to be feared by them.
    • Let there be no day in your life in which you did no good to others.
    • Let not the insults or quarrels with others be a cause of aggravating stubbornness, hatred and enmity in you.
    • Do not insult or inflict the poor.
    • Even when you become capable to do things and reach maturity, you should give prop recognition and obedience to you parents. Never hate your own brothers and sisters.
    • It is the duty of children to look after their parents in their old age. Do not let your parents shed tears on account of you.
    • If you offend them, you will have to suffer punishment in this world itself.
    • It is God who decides your vocation and you respond to it by choosing the decision of God.
    • When you choose your life-partner, take care that he/she has good character and good manners.
    • The greatest among you is the one who is the humblest.
    • When you go through sufferings and sickness, surrender yourself totally to the will of God.
    • Since you belong to God, you ought to be given back to him