Infant Jesus Convent School is an English medium, co-educational Christian minority
established by Simla-Chandigarh Education Society and administered by the religious
Congregation of the sisters of the Little Flower of Bethany, Mangalore. All the
the Simla-Chandigarh Education Society are Catholic priests, belonging to
The growing requirement of a convent school in the area paved the path of
institution. This journey began in 2006 when Simla-Chandigarh Diocese Society
from the government and laid the foundation stone on 15 November by the then Bishop,
Gerald John Mathias.Therafter, the enthusiastic & untiring work of construction was
commenced by Fr.Ambrose D’Souza.The school was established primarily for the
the catholic youth and extends its services to the members of the other communities.
The Mission of this educational hub is to provide:
An education of quality & relevance irrespective of caste, creed or colour.
An education that promotes self discipline, motivation and excellence in
An education that thus forms the young to evolve as men and women of character,
competence, conscience, compassion and commitment by promoting collaboration and
co-operation for the growth of all.
In a nutshell, our main motive is the overall development of an individual which
building a flourishing and prosperous family, community, society and in turn, a
Initially, the school was administered by the religious Congregation of the Ursuline Sisters of Mary Immaculate. Sr.Fabiola UMI was the first principal of the school followed by Sr. Alina UMI. In July 2015, it was handed over to the Congregation of the Sisters of the Little Flower of Bethany.Sr Tara took the charge as the principal and Sr.Vanitha Veena is the present principal.
The concerted efforts added a significant feather to the cap of Infant Jesus Convent
as it got affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi in 2015
affiliation no. 1630902.
This was how the Infantine family members started walking together with Joy and
the sake of well being of the society.