Sacred Heart CMI Public School, Thevara evolved from a dream nurtured by parents, both local and NRI, to begin a CMI Institution in the heart of Ernakulam city. Nestled on the banks of the idyllic “Vembanad Lake”, the school provides an ambience conducive to

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The academics of a school encompass the educational programs, courses and learning opportunities for students. Key components include curriculum, lesson planning, teaching methods, assessments and grading, extra-curricular activities, 

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The educational facilities of the school include smart classrooms, which are equipped with advanced technology to enhance teaching and learning experiences. These classrooms provide interactive and engaging lessons that go beyond traditional methods. 

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Sacred Heart CMI Kindergarten is the realization of a dream, long cherished by parents, both local and NRI’s. The discerning spirit and the quest for excellence of the CMI  Fathers, identified the aspiration and decided to establish the school. 

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Principal’s Desk

Rev. Dr. Varghese Kachappilly CMI
Principal

Sacred Heart CMI Public School, nestled on the banks of the idyllic Konthuruthyriver, provides an ambience conducive to academic excellence and holistic development of the pupils. Apart from the provision for academics, the mores and morals essential to make our students socially acceptable, extra-curricular activities that make them environmentally conscious, culturally adept and physically fit are also included in the curriculum of this institution As the Principal of this beacon of learning, I aim at maintaining a higher standard in all aspects of education and a strong partnership with the parent community as school is an extension of a home.

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Patron

St. Kuriakose Elias Chavara was born on February 10, 1805, in Kainakary, near Alappuzha, Kerala. In his childhood, Kuriakose attended the village school. There he studied language and elementary sciences. He entered the seminary in 1818 in Pallipuram where Palackal Thoma Malpan was the Rector.  He was ordained a priest on November 29, 1829, at Arthunkal. On May 11, 1831, he laid the foundation stone for the first CMI house congregation. On December 8, 1855, he made the religious profession along with 10 other companions, taking the name ‘Kuriakose Elias of Holy Family.’

Chavara’s influence extended across various domains. He achieved many firsts in the history of the Kerala Church: establishing the first indigenous religious congregation for men (CMI), Sanskrit School, the Catholic printing press, and the Indian congregation for women (CMC). He was the first to edit and publish the East Syrian Breviary. In 1862, he created the first liturgical calendar in the Malabar Church, which remained in use until recent years. Through his efforts, Syriac was first printed in Kerala, and the initial prayer books in Malayalam were printed at Mannanam under his supervision.

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LATEST EVENT

03

JUNE

 

 Initiation Ceremony for Classes 1 – 9

09.00 AM

Sacred Heart CMI Public School, Thevara

05

JUNE

 

Eco Milestones: Celebrating World Environment Day

08:20 – 03:30

Sacred Heart CMI Public School, Thevara

05

JUNE

 

Celebrating World Environment Day

08:30 – 01:30

Sacred Heart CMI Public School, Thevara

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Sacred Heart CMI Public School, Thevara evolved from a dream nurtured by parents, both local and NRI, to begin a CMI Institution in the heart of Ernakulam city. Nestled on the banks of the idyllic “Vembanad Lake”, the school provides an ambience conducive to…

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“To enlighten and enrich the little minds to be a proper human being to serve the society and the world at large.”