Principal's Message

Fr.Santhosh Celestine(Principal)

It gives me immense joy to welcome you all to this prestigious institution of this small town. St. Paul's school is situated in a rural background catering specially to the children from the same background. Yet throughout her history  St. Paul's has acquired a name and fame due to the hard work of our staff and students.

It is a co-educational institution run by the Catholic Christian community here as part of its social commitment to the nation. It is a minority institution recongnized by the National Minority Commission.  It is a pleasure to welcome you all to this wonderful temple of learning.

Welcome to St Paul’s School, Chhibramau

St. Paul’s School, Lalakpur, Chhibramau is an English Medium co-educational school, following¬† CBSE syllabus. As a Catholic Christian Educational Institution (unaided and minority) it is run by the St. Thomas Educational and Medical Society, Etawah.

The primary purpose of St. Paul’s School is to educate Christian children; however, non-Christian children are also admitted. All children are taught the essentials of religion which are acceptable to people of all faith and efforts are made continually to develop and draw out values in the life of all students..

Our Vision & Mission

Our educational ministry is to spread the love of God in the hearts of all by imparting the values of human dignity, brotherhood, equality and justice.

Jnanaya¬† Premaya Seva is the motto of St. Paul’s School. The school intends to shape every student to a wholesome personality ensuring good character, genuine love for humanity and service to fellow men as well as developing qualities of leadership, independent thinking and courageous adherence to principles. Hence, we endeavour to give our students initiation towards an all round development of their intellectual, physical and aesthetic endowments.

News / Notice Board

Mar George Cardinal Alencherry

Major Archbishop

Dr. Albert D'Souza

Archbishop of Agra

Mar Joseph Perumthottam

Bishop of Changanacherry

Fr. Jimmy James