Little Flower School, Gorakhpur Review
Description: The School was established in 1991, the birth centenary year of Fr. Basilius CST, founder of the Little Flower Congregation, the parent society of the Little Flower Mission that governs the school. The first classes started on 2nd July 1991, with 33 children in LKG and two teaching staff and one non-teaching staff. Now the school has become a full-fledged Inter College. The School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.
Little flower school is a co-educational institution aiming at a break-through into the fight against the wall of darkness of ignorance and illiteracy by helping the students to plunge into the infinity realms of knowledge, develop skills and thus build up their character and personality based on simplicity and honesty. The management and staff will put all their efforts to instill into the children th love of God and fellowmen, dedication to duty, unselfish service to the nation and an unparalleled thrust for excellence and wisdom.
The school is named after St. Therese of Child Jesus, also known as Little Flower, a great saint who lived in the last quarter of the nineteenth century. The hallmark of her greatness was child-like simplicity and complete trust in Divine Providence. We strive to inculcate this spirit to every child seeking learning and knowledge from this institution.
Mission: Being a minority institution, Little Flower School has the primary objective of educating the children of the community. However, we shall not spare any effort in rendering our service to all people, irrespective of caste and creed, so as to conserve their religion, language and culture. The School is established on the concept of equality and universal brotherhood.