Welcome To Our School
Welcome to St. Vincent’s Matriculation & Higher Secondary School
Learn, Serve and Pray is the motto of our School to lead children from darkness to light. St. Vincent’s Matriculation, Higher Secondary School was started in the year 1990 by the Fathers of the Southern Indian Province of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians). Rev. Fr. Antony Nettikat, C.M., is the founder Principal. The Congregation of the Mission (C.M) was founded by St. Vincent De Paul in Paris in 1625.The members of our Congregation are commonly called as Vincentians.
St.Vincent’s school is a Minority Educational Institution affiliated to the Board of Education of Tamil Nadu, specially meant to cater to the educational needs of the Christians. However, it is also open to the students of other communities irrespective of caste, colour, creed and religion.
St. Vincent’s has escalated the heights of excellence in curricular and Co-curricular activities of students. Apart from studies, the school provides opportunities for students to bring out their best talents through co-curricular and extracurricular activities.The Students of St.Vincent’s School have achieved various medals and awards in karate, music, dance, skating, etc.
The Steady growth of this prestigious institution is the pride of the global educational network of the Vincentian Fathers and Brothers.
SVS strives to empower individuals to lead a purpose-driven life by offering knowledge and value-based education that would emphasize the development of a full range of human capabilities and appreciation of quality education as a means to engage cultural, social, religious and ethical values in service to others.
- To empower and endow with knowledge and wisdom, enabling every individual to achieve and attain a self-growth in every sphere of life.
- To tap potentials, talents and skills of every individual, steering him/her towards a bright future.
- To inspire and inculcate human values, empowering everyone with strong mind and will to work towards a just society.