School Walkthrough

Welcome to
Lourdes Convent High School


The History of Lourdes Convent School 

                In 1958 the sisters of Sacred Heart established the Lourdes Convent School. They began with 26 students in the pre-primary section. Every year new classes were added. It became a full-fledged school, preparing its boys and girls for the S.S.C Board examination.

                In the year 1978, the Carmelite sisters took over the institution form the sisters of the Sacred Heart. The Carmelite sisters are women consecrated to God under the patronage of Mother Mary of Mount Carmel. Motivated and inspired by the zeal of their charismatic foundress, Mother Mary Theresa Veronica, carry the work of education and other work of mercy in many parts of the country. This congregation took root at Holy Angels Convent, Trivandrum, from where it has spread its branches in India and abroad serving the noble cause of education.



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Events

 

Photography and literary club

Date: 29/06/2016

Today the members of photography and literary club have a unique competition. The photography club members have clicked pictures on the topic "Freedom in nature" and the literary club members have written an apt write up for the picture. All the best to all the participants.

Creative club

Date: 28/06/2016

First meeting of the creative club members will be conducted by the in charge teachers Mr. Bhavesh and Mr. Jaydeep tomorrow (30th June ) in the high school drawing room.

Tree Plantation Programme

Date: 27/06/2016

A tree plantation programme is organized on 27th June 2016 in our school.

News

 

World Yoga Day

Date: 21/06/2016  

World Yoga Day was celebrated for the second time on 21st June 2016 Tuesday. Realising the importance of Yoga in the life of a student school has started regular Yoga sessions on every Saturday. We hope that our girls will benefit from these sessions and develop an alert mind in a perfect body.




Clubs

 

Student Council

It is rightly said by Peter F. Drucker.
“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.”
We, the new members of the student council feel highly privileged to be the chosen leaders of the school for the academic year 2014- 15. We are but sparks lost in a hostile universe. But together our sheen may bathe this world in glory!” So team spirit will be the basis of our work. Together we will strive for perfection.


Anthuriums

Anthuriums are thick, shiny, ribbed and wrinkled, while the leaves are large and glossy. Anthuriums are internationally produced and sold as both cut flowers and potted flowering plants.

VIRTUE - Justice
PATRON - Nelson Mandela

Shamrocks

Shamrock is a Symbol of Bounty. They bring Good Luck. It was informally used as an emblem for sports teams and states organizations.

VIRTUE - Loyalty
PATRON - Swami Vivekananda

Daffodils

Daffodils are the most Popular flowers Symbolizing Friendship. When daffodils arise from the ground it is considered as the en of winter and the beginning of a warm summer representing regard, rebirth, new beginnings, unrequited love and chivalry.

VIRTUE - Peace
PATRON - Mother Teresa

Blue Bells

Bluebells instill the spirit of Truth, Love and Non- Violence. It reflects the thought and action of constant untiring and enduring efforts.

VIRTUE - Truth
PATRON - Mahatma Gandhi

theme of the year

School Theme

The School Theme for the academic year 2016-17 is MERCY - THE SPRING OF DIVINE GOODNESS.

On December 8, 2015 Pope Francis opened the Jubilee Year of Mercy. He describes this year as a time when "we are called to gaze even more attentively on mercy so that we may become a more effective sign of the Father's action in our lives"

It is in the mystery of mercy that we find tireless source of joy and peace. Mercy is where our salvation is found, it is where we encounter the living God and where we truly recognize one another as brothers and sisters on the path of life. Mercy is "the bridge that connects God and man, opening our hearts to the hope of being loved forever despite our sinfulness"

As a school, we have made Mercy the theme for the year. Each day we begin and end by reflecting on our call to be "merciful as the Father is merciful".

This Holy year is an occasion to practice great acts of mercy. We have concerted plans as a school and as a family to practice spiritual and corporal works of mercy through service projects.

We want our students to spread the beautiful message of compassion, forgiveness, healing and hope through their words and actions.