Campion Anglo - Indian Higher Secondary School is named after its Patron Saint Edmund Campion, an Oxford Scholar and Jesuit Priest, who was martyred for the Catholic Faith in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England and canonized in 25th October, 1970. The school is managed by the Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel, members of Religious congregation internationally renowned for their service in the field of education. They have highly reputed schools in all parts of the world... READ MORE
A PATHWAY TO PROGRESS…..
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change
– Nelson Mondela
If there is anything that can bring about a positive change in the world around us, it is education. Education is the only key that can break across the thresholds of inhibition and repression. It elevates one’s mind far above petty opinions and differences. It empowers the ordinary to reach the peaks of success and accomplishment. The campion Anglo-Indian Hr. Sec. School provides it’s learners a value based, activity oriented learning, that takes education beyond the classrooms. We create the zeal in pro-active, multi-talented learners to make a difference in the world. They eventually realize that education must be laboriously sought with devotion and passion, it cannot be simply attained by just enrolling in a institution.... READ MORE