St.Therese of Lisieux

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, Virgin, Religious and Doctor of the Church. She is patroness of foreign missions, France, aviators, and florists. She loved flowers and saw herself as the “little flower of Jesus,” who gave glory to God by just being her beautiful little self among all the other flowers in God’s garden. Because of this beautiful analogy, the title “little flower” remained with St. Therese. She was canonized by Pope Pius XI on May 17, 1925. Had she lived, she would have been only 52 years old when she was declared a Saint.


Rt.Rev.Dr.Jerome M.Fernandez

Rt. Rev. Dr. Jerome M. Fernandez, the first native Bishop of Quilon, was the great visionary who founded the college for the educational upliftment of the Latin Catholics of the Diocese of Quilon. His Lordship believed that education was a means to enlightenment, social change and material prosperity. Bishop Jerome was born on September 8, 1901 at Koivila, Kollam. In 1915, he joined St. Raphael’s Minor Seminary, completed his high school studies in St. Aloysius School, and was enrolled in St. Teresa’s Major Seminary, which was the western wing of what is now Fatima College On completing his ecclesiastical studies, he was ordained priest on March 24, 1928 and was immediately appointed Professor of Latin and Theology in his Alma Mater; a recognition of his intelligence.


His Excellency Rt.Rev.Dr.Stanley Roman, Former Bishop of Quilon

Stanley Roman was born on 4 June 1941 at Punalur in Kollam district. He is the 10th of the eleven children of Roman Fernandez and Elizabeth . After Roman’s primary education at St. John’s L.P. School and Government U.P. School, Akkara at Punalur, he joined St. Raphael’s Minor Seminary at Kollam, where he was later to be vice rector, for religious studies and simultaneously completed his schooling from St. Aloysius School, Kollam. In 1959, Roman commenced philosophy studies at St. Joseph’s Pontifical Seminary, Aluva. After 2 years, he was chosen to pursue priestly studies at the Pontifical Urban University, Rome, where he received a Master’s Degree in Philosophy and Theology. He was ordained priest by Cardinal Agagiani, the Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples at St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome on 16 December 1966. When Roman returned to Kollam, he was initially appointed as the prefect of St. Raphael’s Seminary. He continued his studies and received a Master of Arts in English language and literature from the University of Kerala. He then joined Fatima Mata National College, Kollam as an English instructor and the bursar, and later became its principal. Roman was appointed as the 13th Bishop of Kollam on 29 October 2001.


Rev.Sr.Shanthi Antony (Superior General of M.S.S.T)

Manager's Message

We live in a world of amazingly fast, instant and high-speed exchange of information and knowledge. And also we can make use of the technological advantages for the development of our school, staff and students. I take this occasion to congratulate the principal, staff, students and parents for their strong sense of commitment, service and responsibility that has transformed this institution into an outstanding and significant temple of learning today. The specialty of this institute is that it has made quality education accessible to all, thanks to the highly motivated staff and the availability of quality infrastructure. I pray that the Almighty God continues to bless this school as well as all the members of Cherupushpam family, including the students, parents, and all those associated with this institution.


Rev.Sr.Vijaya Joseph

Principal’s Message

Dear Students, Staff and Parents:

Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! Our commitment at Cherupushpam English Medium CBSE School is to provide a safe and intellectually challenging environment that will empower students to become innovative thinkers, creative problem solvers and inspired learners prepared to thrive in the twenty-first century. We try to build their self-confidence so that they are unafraid to take the risk of attempting new challenges, to help them blossom and grow as individuals and to give them the academic, social and emotional skills to enable them to better realise their true potential when they return to their own schools. Every day I have the privilege of witnessing wonderful children achieve this transformation for themselves and emerge more confident and assured of their worth as individuals, helped by the loving and guiding presence of parents, teachers, special needs assistants and other members of the school community.

High standards and expectations for each student in regard to academic performance, co-curricular participation, and responsible citizenship are the foundation of our school. Full participation in academic and co-curricular programs and a willingness to act responsibly as an individual within our educational environment are the factors that enable all to have a successful and enjoyable year.


Rev.Sr.Bincy Wilson