History

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE SCHOOL

St. John’s Visitation Public School was founded under the patronage of Late Archbishop Daniel Acharuparambil Bishop of Varapoly. Rev. Fr. Antony Arackal was the initiator of the School. It was officially inaugurated by His Excellency Rt. Rev. Dr. Joseph Karikkaserry then Auxiliary Bishop of Varapoly. Rev. Mother Mary Caroline, the founderess sowed the tiny seed of the School. On the protection, care and concern of Almighty God, Sr. Tresa Charles, First Manager watered and nurtured the seed to a fully fledged tree with buds, flowers and fruits. The strong loving hands and hearts of a team of eminent sisters and teachers helped her for the development of the School.

The School began with strength of 7 students in the parish hall. By the grace of Almighty God Ground Floor of Mother Caroline Block was completed on 13th June 2008 and classes shifted to our School Building. Three Blocks (Lisseux Block, Mother Caroline Block and Cardinal Cacciavillan Block) were constructed for three sections – K.G. L.P. H.S. Every year higher class was added and in no time the School had classes from Play class to Std X. It’s no exaggeration to say that it has made a giant leap in the last nine years. Words are inadequate to express the gratitude to God, all those who work hard and is working for the growth of the School.