St Louis Grignion de Montfort born on 31st January 1673 in France, from his childhood days was virtues and exhibited an extraordinary love for the poor. He loved and admired the mother of Jesus. He became a priest and worked ceaselessly for God and man. He was a great scholar, a powerful speaker and an author of many spiritual works. He never bothered about the consequences of telling the truth and doing what was right before the eyes of God.  
He was victimized by the world for his honesty and conviction. He died at an early age of 43 years on April 28th, 1716 He was acclaimed a Saint by the people and the church authorities. He established many dedicated groups of men and women to carry on his good work, particularly instructing the young.

The emblem is a distinctive sign expressing our school's vision and objectives. The book and the lamp signify learning for enlightenment. The cross symbolizes sacrifice and that the school is based on Christian Principles. The flame is a powerful image signifying TRUTH, commitment and justice in the efforts of the staff and students towards the attainment of their goals.
The palm trees are emblems of the Eastern World, and in particular they symbolize the native flora of Kerala State . The letters D and S are an abbreviation of the motto of the Montfort Brothers DIEU SEUL, which translated means "GOD ALONE".

Montfort School, Anakkara has the unique distinction of being the first Montfortian School in Kerala. Montfort Brothers have been working in India for over 100 years. A good number of these Brothers hail from Kerala. Yet, they did not deem it necessary to start any educational institution in Kerala because there were already many priests and religious engaged in the educational field.

Runners up in the Idukki  Sahodaya Kalotsav 2013 

Montfort Marathon

1st November 2013

at 7.30 am


Idukki Sahodaya Sports Meet 2013

22nd & 23rd November