‘Lighted to Lighten’ is the inspirational motto of the school.Brief history of the school St.Joseph’s Convent English Medium School,charummood, Parayamkulam, a minority institution, was established in 1993 and is administered and owned by the religious congregation of the missionary sister of the queen of the Apostles, a registered charitable society. The school is affiliated to the council for the Indian School Certified Examination, New Delhi with ‘No objection’ certificate from Kerala Government. It prepares students for the ICSE (10 years course) and ISC (12 year course) The council’s examination curriculum includes, English, Hindi, Environmental Education, History, Civics, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Computer Applications. Hindi is taught from U KG on wards. English is the medium of instruction and communication in this institution. It believes that a sound moral, physical and cultural training is as important as academic and scholastic instruction in preparing students for their role in life.Read More
Admission for the Academic year 2017-18 has begun.
Classes for Plus One batch 2016-18 starts on 08-06-2016(Wednesday).
Classes for academic year 2016-17 starts on 1st June 2016.
AHKIL SURENDRAN & SREESAILA are the students of St.Joseph’s Convent English Medium School and the ISC Toppers of 2016 with 92% Marks.Congratulation !!!!
Education aims at transformation. Our aim is to inculcate in every student qualities that will lead to their all round development and make them strive for excellence in every field. The courage and confidence to face the challenges of life should be acquired while one is at school. With a prophetic mission and aspiration of becoming a real light for the world, we are committed to provide personalized education, maximizing the Good given talents of our students making them physically strong, mentally alert, spiritually committed and develop in them genuine concern for love, truth, justice and the human right and to foster in them respect for all religions. We give due importance to character formation and disciplinary aspect of each and every child.Education without morality is dangerous as knowledge without action is irrelevant. Values are necessary for educational system. They are the part and parcel of the philosophy of a nation. Therefore moral and value education are given due importance and priority in school syllabus. So we have allotted special periods for moral science classes and our teachers give moral talks during assembly. We endeavor to give a dimension to education –an education which will involve both body and spirit. Only such an educational system can mold a perfect individual.
Sr. Saumya Cheappukalayil S.R.A