Welcome to

St. Claret English Medium School
Chimur

St Claret English Medium School (CBSE), Chimur was established in 2004 by the Claretian Fathers who manage two universities and over 150 educational institutions in 70 countries on 5 continents. The Claretians came to India in 1970 and now they carry on their services in almost all the states of India in different fields. We are committed in providing quality education for all the children, irrespective of caste, colour, religion and language.

Situated on a serene and picturesque campus, the Chimur campus is managed by St Claret Educational Society of the St. Thomas Province of Claretian Congregation. It has been established here with an absorbing vision of igniting the hearts and minds of the people with quality and value-based education. Historically, Chimur came to the limelight of the nation in August 1942 with the historic ‘Chimur Revolt.’ Though Chimur has its own unique socio-cultural and historic identity, the educational facilities lagged intrinsically. People had to depend either on Nagpur or any other city for better educational facilities. St. Claret English Medium School, Chimur was a timely response to this need of the people of this locality. 

St Claret English Medium School (SCEMS) has become Chimur’s undisputedly reputed educational institution almost for the last two decades. With its exhilarating academic environment, the school provides a habitat that stimulates growth and character in every student. We offer a holistic aura where students are enabled to esteem the values of moral uprightness, personal integrity, discipline, respect for self and others. 

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SCEMS

Our Birth and Growth

St Claret English Medium School, Chimur was born on 26 June, 2004 through the ingenious and proactive pensiveness of Rev. Fr. George Thelliankal CMF, the pioneer and Mr Sebastian Kulathasseril, a long time close friend of Claretians.

Most Rev Dr Vijayanand Nedumpuram CMI, the bishop of Chanda Diocese blessed and inaugurated the school in a rented house. Adapting to the new cultural environment the school has made consistent and unswerving growth in serving the society. The school has classes from Nursery to X.

Education with a Vision

Is the motto of our school. We emphasize the transformative and realistic learning which augments quality in life that leads to practical convictions to persuade the students for excellence with clear life vision. With an all-inclusive academic paradigm that incorporates academics with co-curricular activities and sports, we are focussed on enabling our students to nurture one’s unique skills and talents and to learn beyond the classrooms so that they become germane and pertinent, self-reliant and resourceful, malleable and adaptable in this hyper-competitive world.

“To form spiritually oriented, morally upright, intellectually competent, socially responsive and culturally tolerant citizens, through holistic education, for the creation of a civilization of love.”

“Knowledge should not be confined to the four walls of the class rooms. It should percolate outside and reach out to the needy and the unreached; foster the habits of personal responsibility and self-discipline; promote individual initiatives by encouraging an attitude of positive response to the persistent demands of a changing society, yet firmly upholding a belief in basic values and standards.”

St. Claret English Medium School

SCEMS

School Logo Explained

Epitomizes the grace and wisdom of God that can enlighten and transform the minds and hearts of the students. 

Signifies the infinite universe of wisdom that is open for the students to explore.

Represent the inner transformation of mind and intellect of the students during their inner awakening journey. The flame also represents the inner longing of a student’s thirst to keep this flame of knowledge alive all throughout his/her life.

Stands for the awakened student who is ready to transform the world by emptying himself/herself.

Represents the vertical (with God) and horizontal (with other fellow humans) connectedness of the students in the pursuit of knowledge.

Symbolizes wholeness and oneness which can ward off negativity by generating positive energy. 

At the bottom of the circle connotes the rootedness of every student in an infinite value system that upholds one’s life.

What Our Stakeholders Have to Say

Student and Parent Testimonials

Denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are beguiled and demoralized by the charms pleasure moment so blinded desire that they cannot foresee the pain and trouble.