Shanthal Jyothi Public School , began it's humble journey with the primary aim and ardent desire of educating children from in and around Muttom in the year 1994 which was then known as Jyothi Public School .It was taken over by Adoration sisters of Christ Raj Province, Pala in the year 1996 and rechristened as Shanthal Jyothi Public School . A strong passion for service linked with action oriented persistent effort saw that the school grow in leaps and bounds under the able guidance of its first Principal Rev. Sr. Christopher SABS.

A block was completed in the year 1996 and obtained CBSE affiliation in the year 2000. This remarkable development was further augmented and expanded by Rev. Sr. Jessy Maria SABS the second Principal of our school .Her extra ordinary administrative guidance and educational skills resulted in a phenomenal growth of the school .As part of the infrastructure development, B Block was completed in the year 2003. First batch of class X students passed out in the same year. Rev. Sister Liza SABS, an accomplished, gifted and proficient personality, took the school to new height.

Under her leadership indoor Stadium was completed in the year 2001 and the first batch of class XII students passed out in 2014. The baton was handed over to Rev. Sr. Lislin SABS, an equally competent, efficient, and able Principal in the year 2017. Academic excellence under her supervision and guidance is praise worthy and commendable.


On this joyous moment of Silver Jubilee year, I thank each and every one for the relentless support and encouragement; the dedication and untiring efforts that have taken Shanthal Jyothi to the towering heights of success and accomplishments for the past 25 years. A heart filled with aspirations is all that we knew since the very existence of the school from 1994 and that's what spurred the march forward till excellence is achieved in all our endeavours.

CLASS X: We achieved 100% results in CBSE class X and XII examinations. The All India Level 11th and 14th rank for CBSE Xth exam was bagged by Gautham Khrishna, with 97.8%, and Athul Renjith , with 97.2%, respectively. A total of 48 Distinction and 24 first class were secured by our school.

CLASS XII: We secured 100% result with 6 distinction and 16 first class for the XII CBSE board exams


The academic year began well on June 6th for classes 1 to XII with special assembly and prayers, seeking God’s blessing in all our endeavors for the new academic yea. The opening of KG section was on 10th June.

School Parliament

The Student Parliament opens out opportunities of practical experiences to students on democracy, its responsibility and accountability, on supremacy of the law, on significance of the vote and casting the vote. The school parliament elections were held in the month of June. Alwin Jose (XII) was elected Head Boy and Teena Sebastian (X) as the Head Girl. Harikrishnan V (XII) took the position as Sports Club Secretary and Dhanya Joy (XI) as Arts Club Secretary. The Magazine Editor Post was won by Sneha Saju (XI) Josin Jais (VIII) and Tessa Mary Johns (VIII) were elected as the Councilors from A block. The school held the investiture ceremony with great enthusiasm in the month of June along with the inauguration of various clubs.


The importance of the PTA cannot be given a deaf ear. It is one of the strength that has propelled us


Co-curricular activities are an essential part of school life and helps in enhancing learning process of students at school. Keeping this in mind Co-curricular activities are held C.C.As are held on Tuesdays Shanthal were children are given coaching by experts in respective fields. Children are given training in:

  • Abacus
  • Archery
  • Thai Konda
  • Football
  • Skating
  • Badminton
  • Stitching
  • Glass Painting
  • Pencil Drawing
  • Chess
  • Flower Making
  • Keyboard
  • Apart from weekly classes we have various clubs that organize various programmes in bringing out the talent and passion of our students. The different clubs are Charity Club, Media Club, Nature Club, Arts Club, Science Club and Literary Club.


    School Level

    In this age of technology and concrete jungles, art is of paramount importance. We nourish and encourage the artistic sensibilities of our students to the best of our ability. As part of this vision arts fest was conducted in the month August. The following students won the Kalathilakam title.

    Category I - Nessa Denny -Grade IV

    Category II - Amenta Jijimom - Grade VII

    Category III - Kripa Saiju – Grade IX

    Category IV - Dhanya Joy- Grade XI

    Central Kerala Sahodhya Kalolsavam winners

    Digital painting Category I

    2nd Prize - Annliya Joshy

    Oil painting Category IV

    First Prize - Santa Maria Bejoy

    Mono Act Category II

    First Palce - Ashna Joshy

    Group Dance UP Section - 3rd Place

    Group Dance HS 2nd Place

    Grand Parents Day

    To honor grandparents and to give them an opportunity to show love for their grand children Grandparent’s Day was celebrated.. The eldest Grandparents of our school were honored. Onam Sadhya was provided for our grandparents as a token of our love. The function helped children become aware of the strength, information, and guidance older people can offer.

    Others days Observed

  • Social Justice day
  • Doctor’s day
  • Gandhi Jayanthi
  • Merit day

    We have realized the importance of sports and games in the school, which improves the overall development of a child.

    Sahodhaya Athletics

    Our little camps won prizes for Sahodhaya Athletics held at Viswadeepthi Public School Adimaly.

    Balabhaskar P. S. won 3rd Price for Long Jump Super Senior Boy.

    Anju Jose won 3rd Price for 800 mt Super Senior Girls.


    Our football team has participated in Reliance Football Tournament 2019 and Sahodaya Football Tournament.


    Besides academic excellence our students have taken the school flag high in Basketball under the able guidance of Dr. Prince K Mattam (FIBA Commissioner and Secretary of KBA). Our team played 9 tournaments this year and won all the tournaments. Our school won the under 19 boys CBSE National Basketball Champion title consecutively for the third time which was a record in the history of CBSE National Basketball Competition. Our Under 17 boy’s team won the runner up title for the tournament. Tom Jose was awarded the Best Player of the tournament and Noel Jose was awarded the Best Player of the Final Match.

  • motivated learners and facilitate personality development.
  • Puberty Awareness classes were conducted for UP section.
  • Anti- drug classes were given for HSS.
  • Safety from sexual abuse training was given to kindergarten and LP section.
  • Classes on time management, Concentration tips and water conservation was taken by our teachers on various assemblies.
  • Kunje Ninakkai,’ a POCSO (Protection of Children form Sexual Offences) Act awareness campaign by the Kerala Police, with an objective of curbing violence against children was conducted in the month of November.
  • This report is comprised of the achievements made during the year gone by and at the same time set the path for greater accomplishments in the years to come.

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    Spirituality plays a very crucial role in transferring and to enlighten young lives. Our school has taken much concern about the spiritual well being of our students.

    Moral and Religious Instructions
    Moral Instructions and Religious Instructions are the integral parts of our curriculum.
    Holy mass and Confession
    Our school is very particular about organizing regular, timely and periodic holy mass, every first Friday, and confession.
    Morning meditation is the daily routine of our school before the Morning Prayer.
    A two day retreat was organized for all students from class IV to XII which was lead by Sr. Delphy SABS and Sr. Christy SABS.
    - Starting from 15th to 30th of October we had a group Rosary in our school indoor stadium, ending the ten day rosary by a grand procession.
    Rosary Prayer
    A rosary is said every day in our school chapel by ouir students during lunch break.
    Prayer Group
    An active prayer group of Shanthal under the guidance of Mrs. Bindu James conducts prayer sections every Friday evening after school.


      Our school decided to take a break from day to day activities and decided to move towards different destinations as a part of our school study trips and excursions. This year we made an enthralling and exciting journey towards Play World (LKG and UKG), Silver Strom (classes I to IV), Dream World (V and VI) and to Alappuzha (VII) a few more classes to be taken to some other picnic spots in the days to come.


      Our young Shantalites are trained and mould by 53 teachers and assisted by 31 supporting Staff which includes Clerical Staff, Security Personnel, Bus Drivers and assistants. Apart from the subject teachers we also have expert teachers supporting our students for co-curricular activities.

      Student Strength: We are privileged to impart holistic development and illuminate the lives and minds of 1160 students this year from play school to XII.


      Academic achievement is often a sign of a refined intellect, which helps students in all areas of their lives and our school has taken great zeal in keeping academics our prime concern which was proved by the results we secured during the academic year 2018-19. A perfect blend of focus, hard work, determination, and discipline, blessed with God’s Grace, resulted in the outstanding results in our class X and XII exams.

      further. PTA general body meeting was held on the month of July. Mr. Manoj T Benjamin was elected as the PTA president Mr. Syam Manoj was elected as vice- president and Mrs. Seema Sebastian was elected as mother’s vice president. 17 Executive members were elected.

      1. The Principal and staff attended various in-service training programmes to equip themselves with modern tools and techniques of education.
      2. Training in operating smart classes, school software and school mobile application was given to all staffs in keeping with the needs of the time.
      3. All the teachers attended a five day training programme to improve their teaching efficiency.
      4. CKS training for higher secondary section teachers on teacher’s empowerment were attended by our teachers.
      5. Our physical education teachers too underwent various training programs on various aspects of the physical training and fitness in students.
      • Entrance exam special batch: To prepare our students for the competitive entrance exams we have taken a step ahead by making a special batch for Xth class. The classes are lead by Chennai Brilliant team.
      • Remedial classes- Special care was given to the low achievers in order to improve their academic quality.
      • Camps- One day camps were conducted for high school students in improving their soft skill.
      • The class magazine: Apart from promoting the creative and literary skills of the students, the class magazine paves way for improving interpersonal and leadership skills, competitive mind and team spirit among the students.
      • Theme Based Notice Boards – Each class is provided with a notice board, to display their knowledge and skills. Articles on the theme of the month as per their school handbook were put up. Creating such articles motivates them to draw inspiration from these themes and personalities on how to succeed and live a value based life.
      • Monthly Quiz- Each month a general knowledge quiz is conducted in all the sections to encourage students to be aware of the current affairs.
      State Level Winners

      Apart from school level Completions we have won 4th Place for the following items

      • Margamkali
      • English Essay Writing category II : Ann Treesa Vivek
  • KCSL

    It is our great pride that our school won the Diocese Level over all in KCSL Kalolsavam.

    • Light Music UP section 2nd Prize: Romano Jimmy
    • Versification Malayalam 3rd Prize: Amenta Jijimon
    • Margamkali HS: 2nd Prize
    • Parichamuttu Kalli UP: 1st Prize
    • Study Circle UP: 1st Prize
    • KCSL Anthem UP: 1st Prize

    It is our great pride that our school won the Diocese Level over all in KCSL Kalolsavam.

    • Reading day

      Conducted reading competition for LP, UP sections an extempore was conducted for HS and HSS.

    • Anti- Drugs day

      Anti Drugs day was observed by our students by taking an oath and an awareness class was conducted for LP and UP by our faculty Ms. Juby Alex on “No to Drugs”. An awareness programme- “Vimukthi” was conducted for the HS and HSS students on Drug Abuse by the Excise Department on the day. Children wore badges saying I say no to drugs“.

    • Independence day

      House-wise Tablo and Patriotic song competitions were held for UP, HS and HSS as part of Independence Day. National Flag Coloring, drawing and coloring and National Flag making competitions were conducted for KG and LP section.

    • Teacher's Day

      Teacher's Day programme was conducted by the school Parliament members. Mementos awarded to teachers by the PTA Executive Body honoring them for their selfless service. Various fun games were also organized for teachers.

    • Onam Celebrations

      Onam celebrations were made more colourful by Malayali Manka and Mannan competitions held for KG, LP, UP, HS and HSS. House wise Tug of War was the highlight of the celebrations. Attapookalam was laid by our XIth grade students in our indoor stadium

  • Inter School Basketball Tournaments Won

    Lourdes Tournament Kottayam (Senior Boys).

    • Don Bosco Tournament Irinjalakuda (Senior Boys).
    • Rajagiri Christhujayanthi Tournament Kakkanand (Senior Boys).
    • Mount Carmel Public School Kottayam
    • St.Ephrem Trophy Mannanam
    • Marygiri Eng. Med. School, Kannur (Cluster)
    • Oxford School Kollam
    • Viswa Jyothi Angamaly
    • Annie Besant School (Indore, Madhyapradesh)(NATIONAL)

    Two of our students Tom Jose (Team Captain) and Noel Jose played for the Junior National 2019 at Indore.


    Student social responsibility mainly focuses on taking responsibility for one's own actions. It is a promise everyone should make for the society while working for the social, cultural and, ecological causes. Shanthal Jyothi public school has included various ventures that have assisted our little ones to be responsible ones.

    • Shacare
    • ‘Shacare’- feeding a meal for the poor programmme was initiated as part of our Jubilee Celebrations. A packet of meal collected from each student is distributed to Assisi Sneha Bhavan Moolamatam on every Thursday.

      Charity is collected every week for cancer patients and house renovation of our aya.

    • Charity collection
    • Anti drug Cell
    • An anti-drug cell has been constituted to ensure a drug- free campus. The cell has been educating the students about the ill-effects of drugs and alcohol, encouraging peer policing among students against the use of drugs and reporting of any noticed use of drugs by the students to the student’s affairs committee.

    • Flood relief Camp
    • Various food and household items were collected by our students for the Flood Relief Camps during the devastating flood we witnessed this year.


    School Counseling and awareness prepares students for personal, academic, career and social challenges by relating educational agendas to their success in the future. They make students

    • Central Kerala Sahodhya Kalolsavam Category II was hosted by our school in October.
    • Issue of “My Stamp” by the postal department. Shanthal Jyothi is the first private school in Kerala have a stamp in School’s name commemorating the Silver Jubilee Celebrations
    • Jubilee Year Celebrations Rally was held on 13th December with great pomp and splendor.

    The underlying spirit of our recent ventures has been epitomized by the perception of comprehensive change in the outlook of our student community.

    The holistic growth in our futuristic endeavors is reflective of the persistent support of our management, faculty members, parents, students community and our well wishers. The sophistications of methods, techniques and strategies will be ensured to flourish the existing bond between education and life. We thank God for the grace and blessings showed on us throughout our journey.

    His Excellency Mar. Jacob Muricken

    Auxiliary Bishop of Pala

    Chief Guest Of the Day Jubilee Year Celebrations