Christ Public School

History of Christ Public School

Christ Public School, Mysore, started in 2005 under CBSE Syllabus is an educational institution run by the catholic minority community, with all the rights and privileges granted by the constitution of India. It is run by Fathers of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI) of Mysore Province through a registered body, “St. Thomas Education Society (R.)” The Congregation of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate is the first indigenous religious congregation of catholic priests founded in Kerala in 1831 by Saint Kuriakose Elias Chavara and his associates. The congregation took up education as a service to the society. Christ Public School is ideally located and is least disturbed by the busyness and noise of the city. Its atmosphere, the facilities, the infrastructure, its well qualified and caring teachers make the school one of its kind. It is indeed a school with a difference, and for the city parents it is a dream school where they would send their children at any cost.

Aims and Objectives

This school is primarily meant to provide sound education based on religious and moral values to all irrespective of religion, caste or community, paying respect to their religious feelings and freedom of conscience.

The school aims not merely at preparing its pupils to qualify for the board examinations but also at achieving excellence in every aspect of educational activity – spiritual, academic, cultural, social and physical – by developing their character and personality through graded responsibility, personal guidance and social awareness, thus forming them into leaders in the intellectual and civic life of the country. With this end in view and guided by the Christian principles, and in keeping with the signs of the times and the motto of our school, ‘Knowledge and Excellence’, we try to build up in our students proper interests, attitudes and a sense of value, they have to uphold in life.  

Our activities are geared toward inculcating in our staff members and students a deep and firm faith in God, which should be manifested in their respect for spiritual values and their concern for their fellow men.

Thus the school aims at the integral formation of the young. Their parents are requested to be co-operative with the staff and management in this noble task of attaining the above aims and objectives.
 
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