Flower High School was established in 1972 by Rev. Fr.
with the aim of providing education conducive to the
modern times. Ever since its inception, the school has
been rapidly progressing.
Inspite of having a modest start the institution has
grown to have more than 2700 students on roll and to
date has become a much sought after establishment of
school aims to provide quality education to its students
that can stimulate them intellectually and lead to the
wholesome unfolding of a student's mental, intellectual
and creative faculties. The school maintains excellent
teaching standards and tries to instill in its students
values like discipline, justice and responsibility that
can help shape a better future for the students.
school is managed by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mumbai
which looks after the day to day functioning of the
school. The school would not have been possible without
the vision, conviction and constant guidance of its
School academic year which begins in June, comprises
two Terms; June- October and November- April. The Course
of studies is designed to lay special emphasis on the
preparation for Secondary School Certificate Examination.
Hindi is a compulsory subject and is taught from class
III. The base and foundation of Basic Techniques in
Education, are given due emphasis. Physical Training,
Outdoor games are compulsory for all. Pupils are encouraged
to join introduction to computing, Social Service Groups
and take up Projects in Std. VIII, IX and X.
are 4 unit tests, one terminal examination and one final
examination each year. The first terminal examination
is held in October and the final examination in April.
Absence from one or more subjects involves the loss
marks for those subjects.
results of the examination are final and are not reconsidered.
Minimum requirements for a student to be declared 'Pass'
is 35% while for a student to attain distinction is
Application for admission is accepted during the month
of May. Forms can be obtained from the School Office.
The admission is given on the basis of a competitive
entrance test conducted subject wise.The students
are tested in the standard below the one to which
they seek admission.
new student joining from any recognised school cannot
be admitted till his Leaving Certificate is produced,
counter-signed by the Inspector of the State in which
the school is situated, if the State be other than
parent or guardian of a new student must produce his
Official Birth Certificate e.g. the Municipal or Baptismal
Certificate in support of the date of Birth entered
in the Admission Form.
child less than five years and more than six years
by the corresponding scale of age is fixed for the
Entrance fee together with the first month's fee and
term fee, must be paid in advance, applicable for
new admission students (I and V class).
of withdrawal in writing should be given before the
first of the month, else the fee for the following
month will be charged. Such notice should be given
by the parent/guardian and not by the pupil himself.
who leave school in April must pay the fee for April
Leaving Certificate is issued until all dues to the
school are paid.
without experimentation cannot be perceived and to give
its students a better and a deeper understanding of
the subject, the school offers spacious and well-equipped
laboratories for its students. The science lab is complete
with all the requisite equipments, apparatus, chemicals
etc. The labs are frequently updated as per the requirements
of the syllabus. An experienced faculty is present to
guide the students in the laboratory.
library is a focal point of a school around which all
the literary activities revolve as it radiates the light
of knowledge to both the teachers and the students.
The school has a good collection of well-selected books
on all subjects ranging from reference books to fiction,
non-fiction, biographies, encyclopedias, journals etc.
The school subscribes many leading dailies and magazines.
Students are encouraged to inculcate extensive reading
habit in the library and study through reference books
and texts which are available for borrowing as well
as for reference purpose.
reopens, Mass for Catholics, Staff meeting
for Catholics, Hindi Elocution Vth &
VI th, Hindi Elocution VIIth VIIIth, Hindi
Elocution IXth & Xth, Submission of
Question Papers, Portion to the completed,
Last day for payment of fees, Staff meeting,
1st unit test
competition IX, X, Quiz competition VII,
VIII, Exchange of marks, Quiz competition
IX, X , Parent teachers meeting
teachers meeting, Marathi Elocution Vth
& VIth, Marathi Elocution VIIth &
VIIIth, Submission of Question Papers
of St. Tresa School, 1st Semester exam
Diwali Vacation Commences.
reopens, Exchange of Marks, Children's
day Celebration, Parent teachers meeting,
Cultural Programme V, VI, VII, Cultural
Programme VIII, IX, X
for Catholics, English Elocution V, VI,
English Elocution VII, VIII, English Elocution
IX, X, Submission of Question, Christmas
reopens, Mass for catholics, Staff meeting
II unit test/S.S.C prelims
of Marks, Mass for catholics, Parent Teachers
meeting, Prize distribution day, Manager's
for catholics, Submission of Question
IInd semester examination
day, Summer Vacation Commences
and extra curricular activities play a vital part in
the education system of the school.
particular aspect of these activities is that the pupils
learn under the supervision of Moderators to do things
for themselves and acknowledge the practical side of
important but abstract ideas of duty, co-operation and
order to inculcate a healthy spirit of competition and
to get the best out of each pupil, Little Flower High
School students are divided into four Houses. Each House
is named after an important personality in national
is a student body established to put into practice the
aims and objectives of the House System. The Council
is made of the Prefect, Asst. Prefect, House Captain,
House Leader as well as Class Monitors and Asst. Monitors
of the classes and other representatives of the various
activities and organisations. The meetings of the council
are conducted on a Parliamentary basis and the Council
fulfils it's purpose by assisting the Principal and
the staff in carrying of various affairs in the school,
school undertakes many co-curricular activities which
helps in broadening the horizon of young minds. Fun
Fairs, picnics, camps, workshops, debates enable them
to become morally, physically and socially good students.
Other activities like scouts - guides and N.C.C. are
keeping with the aim of 'All Round Development of the
Child' the school's activities are not restricted to
the academic syllabus alone. The students are encouraged
and motivated to take part in different activities organised
by the school as well as other organisations. Whether
it is Inter-school Quiz, Essay-Writing or Drawing competitions,
the students have done the school proud by bringing
home many Certificates of Merit and medals.
school also offers the following professional trainings
to the students:
Competitive Examination Training
2. Creative Arts
3. Elementary Intermediate Training
4. National Talent Search Training
Flower High School
Pokhran 2, Thane - 6
Telephone No. : 5341327