|Lake Montfort School.,|
|Lake Montfort School is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE, Affiliation No. 830127). Opened in 1998, it is managed by the Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel,a religious Society of the Catholic Church, founded by St. Louis Grignion de Montfort in the 18th century in France. The Brothers are active in the field of education throughout the world. In India they run many Schools, Colleges and Technical Institution,besides engaging in Social Action Movements and other Humanitarian Services. These institutions and Services are part of the Catholic Church’s effort to educate and empower the people of India. Montfortian education is committed to promote authentic human values that are universal and are relevant to our times and culture.|
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|Education in essence is:|
|Lake Montfort Preparatory School|
|Lake Montfort Primary School|
|Lake Montfort Secondary School|
|Lake Montfort High School|
|St. Louis Grignion De Montfort THE PATRON SAINT OF THE INSTITUTION St. Louis Grignion De Montfort was born on 31st January 1673 in the small town of ‘MONTFORT’ in France. Even from his childhood days, he was virtuous and exhibited an extraordinary love for the poor. He loved and admired the mother of Jesus. He became a priest and worked ceaselessly for God and man. He went about from place to place with the message of God’s love. He taught and served the people and championed their cause. He was a great scholar, a powerful speaker and an author of many spiritual works, such as and “The Love of Eternal Wisdom”, “and the “The True Devotion to Mary”.|
|The School focuses its attention not only on academic excellence but also gives priority to sports, games and various co-curricular activities in order to promote an all round development of the personality of the students. Spacious playgrounds with updated facilities and full time coaches to take care of Cricket, Table Tennis, Volley ball, Basket ball and Athletic activities are provided.|
|School House System|
|In order to cultivate healthy competition and team spirit the students and Staff members are grouped into four houses.|
|Inter-house and intra-house competitions are held in various disciplines and a rolling shield for the best house of the year is awarded.|
|Extensive and spacious Library provides ample opportunities for the students to cultivate their reading habit. A separate library period is allotted up to Std VI. Students are encouraged to make use of the lending facility.|
|The progress of the pupil is assessed by means of Slip Tests, Mid Term and Terminal Educations. The Slip Test is an objective test in various subject conducted at short notice before every Mid Term and Terminal Examinations. The marks obtained in these will be taken into consideration for the Mid Term and Terminal Exams. The Final Exams alone is not the deciding factor for promotion.
At the end of every examination (except the Annual Examination) the Progress Report is prepared and sent to the parents through the children for their careful perusal and appropriate follow up action.
Parents are expected to keep a separate record of the child’s performance in various Examinations.
Art, Physical Education and Moral Science Examinations are also taken into consideration for ranking and promotion.
Students shall appear for all Examinations. Pupils absent from any of the Examinations without valid reason and without prior permission will not be permitted to the next class.
Answer scripts and Progress Cards sent to parents must be returned to the School duly signed within three days.
|The school maintains well-equipped Science Laboratory in Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science and Biology. The senior class students will have ample opportunity in performing experiments in all the branches of Science subjects and maintain the records of their observations in the experiments as per the prescribed syllabus in their respective classes.|
|1.||Private Tuitions are not encouraged.|
|2.||Extra-coaching, if required for slow learners, could be arranged in the school with the explicit permission of the Principal.|
|3.||A requisition for the same in writing should be made by the re-opening day of the academic year.|
|4.||When the requisition is granted, in the case of students from Std I to Std VII, the entire year’s fees as decided by the Principal for such an arrangement, should be remitted in the School Office.|
|Leave, Absence and Attendance|
|Any leave is to be taken only with the prior permission of the Principal through a duly authorized letter of the Parent or Guardian. All leave letters should be address to the Principal. Leave letter should be submitted, as far as possible well in advance.
The name of any student who absents himself / herself habitually without prior permission of the Principal will be removed from the Rolls. Applying leave for mere social and religious functions is not encouraged. Those who Produce false medical certificate for leave will have to forfeit their seat at the end of the academic year.
95% of attendance is compulsory for all students from L.K.G to Std XII.
|Rules and Regulations|
|The school authorities reserve the right to take appropriate disciplinary action, including dismissal, against any student whose conduct is detrimental to the moral tone, discipline and educative atmosphere of the school campus.
Students shall attend class regularly and punctually. They should bring the “”Handbook””to the school on all working days. It contains all the detailed information regarding the “”teaching learning””experience in the School.
Students are also expected to wear their photo ID along with their school uniform at all times, on and off campus.
Students desirous of participating in any co-curricular or extracurricular activity outside the school shall produce a letter from the father or mother / guardian requesting such permission, clearly indicating the duration or number of days. He /she may participate in such events only with explicit permission of the Principal.
Students are advised not to bring any valuables such as gold chains, cameras, tape recorders, costly watches or any other articles to the School. The School authorities will not be responsible for the loss / damage of such personal belongings.
Pupils should at all times show respect to the School authorities and the members of the Staff. Care must be taken of all school property. Damage done to buildings, furniture, library books, sports goods, etc., must be paid for.
The students’ behavior should be gentlemanly at all times and in all places, both inside and outside the School. Students should refrain from reading periodicals and books of low moral standards.
Organizing or attending meeting in the School Campus or collection of funds for any purpose without a written permission from the Principal is forbidden.
We expect that students entrusted to our care will conduct themselves to the satisfaction of all concerned and leave the school after a successful career as God fearing young men and women useful to themselves, their parents society and their country.
|Parents Teacher Association(P.T.A)|
|“Parents Teacher Associations” plays a vital role in the growth and development of the School. To facilitate better interaction between parents and the School, they are invited in smaller groups (class wise) for periodic dialogues and discussion.|
|Recommendations to Parents|
|No Teacher can substitute the ‘parents’, no school can be an alternative for the ‘Home’. The School and the Teacher are only extensions of the educational process which the parents have already begun at home. Hence we look forward to maximum co-operation and understanding between parents and School authorities which will enable us to bring out the best in every child entrusted to us.
Parents are requested to go through all the rules and guidelines carefully and co-operate with the School in maintaining punctuality, regularity, discipline, study habits of their children and their courteous behavior.
Periodic visits by parents or guardians to the School to evaluate the progress and conduct of their works is encouraged. They may meet the Teachers after the School hours in the afternoon, but shall not disturb them during the class hours and at the lunch break.
Parents are expected to look into the overall performance of their children rather than limiting their concern to the marks scored in the Examination.
Parents are requested not to entertain any character assassination of Teachers in the presence of their children. If they have genuine complaints, they may bring them to the notice of the Principal.