Marygiri Public School, a minority educational institution covered under Article 30 of the Constitution of India and established in 1994, is run by the Kottayam St. Joseph Province of the religious congregation of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). The school is directly under the management of Marygiri Educational and Charitable Trust. The Education Councilor of CMI St.Joseph Province Kottayam is the ex-officio chairman of the Trust and the Manager of the school. The school is a 10 + 2 co-educational centre open to all irrespective of ca...
The school aims at creating a society which will nurture the values required to determine the patterns of behavior to live in harmony with nature. To citizens who mould are intellectually competent , spiritually mature ,morally up-right ,psychologically integrated,physically healthy , socially acceptable and who will ever stand for justice , love, truth and peace ,thus creating a society where the dignity of every individual is respected.
The motto of the school “Learn Love Lead” speaks for itself. The institute aims at forming leaders who are intellectually competent, spiritually mature, morally upright, psychologically integrated, physically healthy and socially acceptable who will champion the cause of justice, love, truth and peace and who are ever open to further growth . We also aim at creating a new generation of human society where dignity of the human person is upheld, where unjust social structures are challenged, where our cultural heritage of ahimsa, religious harmony and national integration are cherished, where the poor and the down trodden are specially taken care of.
Tolerance and respect for all religions besides one’s own is more urgent now than any time before. The communally charged 21st century has already given the world enough proof. Bearing this in mind we give great importance to the spiritual and moral formation of our children. A faith - culture is developed among them irrespective of religious differences. Apart from regular religious/moral instruction sessions, periodic programmes like Divine Liturgy, prayer gatherings, visits to the Blessed Sacrament, retreats, extension lectures by reputed spiritual and exemplary leaders etc are also conducted. Besides this general awareness, we also organize regular religious formation sessions for non-Christian students.
A century and quarter ago there lived an accomplished missionary cum visionery, Blessed Kuriakose Elias Chavara (1805-1871), in the outskirts of Kainakary near Alappuzha. His educational enthusiasm was conceived in altruism and dedicated to the noble end of holistic enlightenment to the entire humanity. He is the founder of the order of Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI) by whom the ever refurbishing chain of a number prestigious academic institutions were set forth, which are at the zenith of their glory now. In the year 1994 a dream that the enlightened local people of Koothattukulam kept ever living in their hearts got converted to a livable reality by the concerted efforts of the CMI Fathers of Kottayam Province. Thus the coarse and barren zig-zags of a dry hill acquired a total face-lift. The visage of that hill is picturesque with an evergreen back-ground in an eco-friendly vicinity of serenity and tranquillity. The young, little and very little ones above the age of terrible two feel at home here to savour anything and everything that they see around so that they would find this world a lot more beautiful. They shrug off monotony and make life a blend of everything that pertains to their aspirations and while doing so they believe in themselves. Apart from cognitive development they build their self-confidence through a value-based philosophy to substantiate their personality. Their talents are accentuated and potentials manifested through umpteen openings.