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History of Montfort School,Anakkara

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.

After the division of the Southern Province of the Montfort Brothers in 1993 the Brothers of the Yercaud Province were eagerly looking for a place in the High Ranges of Kerala to establish a good English Medium School .

Rev. Fr. Mathew Nellary who was the Director of Malanadu Development Society based at Anakkara in Idukki District had a great desire to see a good school at Anakkara. So he wrote to some religious congregations asking them to start a school at that place. He wrote a letter on the 1st October 1993 to Bro. Antony Francisco who was the director of Montfort School, Yercaud. Since a positive reply came from Yercaud, Rev. Fr. Mathew Nellary went to Yercaud to meet the concerned people and to discuss matters about starting of a school here. Thus, it was decided to look for a suitable place for the school in the Anakkara Parish. Fr. George Kottady who was the then Parish Priest of Anakkara Forane Church was very happy about the prospect and promised all help for the commencement of the school.


The school motto is "TRUTH TRIUMPHS". May Truth prevail in the efforts of the teachers and the taught as they pursue good moral and intellectual formations besides physical and spiritual development.


Education has a very wide connotation. The Montfort Brothers organization, therefore, not only caters to the educational needs of children and youth in normal academic schools but also imparts technical education, education to the deaf, the dumb and the blind, the physically and mentally challenged and engages in village upliftment d social work among the down trodden and the marginalized

Montfortian Education seeks to work for the total development of the young. They are helped to discover their God-given talents and work towards their fullest development in or­der to place them at the service of the society. It seeks to enable the young to search for truth by training them to analyze reality, form critical judgments, search for solutions and work out a synthesis.

It pays attention to the development of the capacity to engage in relationships marked by sincerity and self-determination and training to understand the complex political reality and to enter it in a constructive way.

It imparts an appreciation for the Indian heritage and enables the students to imbibe its culture and ethos for building a harmonious society, irrespective of difference of faith, language, caste and class and at the same time be open to the positive elements of other cultures.

It instills in the pupils the values of love, freedom, forgiveness, honesty and justice.

Total Education" which implies a holistic approach to education and which is concerned with the total development of an individual as a person, is the quintessence of Montfortian education. It aims at developing the body, mind and spirit to the greatest extent.

It takes full cognizance of the fact that education by its very nature requires a community style and environment and cannot allow itself to be isolated from the social context.


( Affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi, No. 9304242)

Anakkara Idukki Dist., Kerala - 685512, India

Administered by Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel