Welcome to SKPS

St. Kuriakose Public School (SKPS) is the dream and vision of Vallombrosan Benedictine community in India. Located on a panoramic hilltop near Kaduthuruthy – amidst a serene locale, quite close to the headquarters of the Benedictine Vallombrosan Monastery, St. Kuriakose Public School is easily accessible from all places.

As a co-educational institution, the School promotes a wide range of curricular and co-curricular activities, making learning a pleasant and promising experience. Here, the students imbibe spiritual virtues and moral values which lead them to a brighter vision and higher mission. The School has the rare distinction of providing ultra modern infrastructural facilities, well-qualified and experienced faculty, highly skilled professionals as managerial staff as well as competent and committed supporting staff, all under the direct patronage of the Benedictine Vallombrosan Monastery.

The Vallombrosan Benedictine Monastic spirituality facilitates to discover divine elements of the soul and to develop keen intelligence and insight. It recalls concentration of the mind and meditation of the mystery of God, man and the universe, and to maintain serenity, simplicity, sincerity and harmony in failures and success. SKPS encourages excellence in academics, promotes inventive thinking and upholds moral and spiritual values which enable students to think creatively, reason critically and communicate effectively.

Our Management

Dr.Bino Cheriyil OSB

Prior & Manager

Fr. Joby Kurian OSB


Fr. Stephen Abraham OSB


Vision & Mission

SKPS, a manifestation of God’s wisdom and knowledge is a perfect imagination blended with missionary zeal and spirit of Vallombrosan Benedictine Congregation in India. St. John Gualbert, founder of Vallombrosan Benedictine Congregation, is a perfect model for the students who want to embrace the ‘Incarnate and Eternal Wisdom’.

The motto of SKPS “In Search of Truth and Excellence” keeps the spirits sky-high and minds in the vision. Special care is provided to nurture self esteem, confidence, independent thinking, mutual respect and integrity. Achievement of wisdom, enlightenment of mind, and excellence of character are the institution’s dream about its students.

SKPS encourages excellence in academics, promotes inventive thinking and upholds moral and spiritual values which enable students to think creatively, reason critically and communicate effectively. It is a matter of great honour and immense joy to mention that every year SKPS is greeted by wonderful results of cent percent first class in Board Exams. The school is blessed with talented pupils, patronizing parents, dedicated staff and visionary management.

Principal’s Message

“Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs” (Matthew 19:14)

Dear SKPSians,

Every home is the Abode of God and a family is where life thrives. SKPS is a home away from home, where the Grace of God is showered upon the children in the form of Wisdom! Situated on the top of Mariamala, SKPS has always remained a treasure house of Knowledge. The name and fame of SKPS have reached faraway places where hundreds of SKPSians live successfully enjoying the sweet fruits of education. The blessings of God Almighty and the patronage of St. Kuriakose and St. Juliet have always led SKPS on righteous paths.

Dear students, we are living in a very dynamic world. Everything changes in the blink of an eye. This dynamism and hence the need for innovative ideas have become inevitable in our lives. The challenges ahead are, by nature, highly demanding. The world that you are going to witness tomorrow, expects wonderful things from you! For that, you have to equip yourselves with knowledge and sharpen yourselves with wisdom. Knowledge and wisdom should go hand in hand. Wisdom is the real thing that is going to transform your knowledge into practical solutions! Wisdom is the real power that is going to help you differentiate between good and bad! Wisdom is the real master who is going to guide your heart in righteous ways! Aristotle said: “The roots of education are bitter but the fruits are sweet”. There are so many things that fascinate and tempt you more than education. They appear sweet today but their fruits would be bitter. Therefore, you should train your mind to be perseverant, focused and determined, so that you can avert such worldly fascinationsand temptations which might prevent you from attaining your goals. Learning might appear painful today but when you start loving knowledge, the pain eventually becomes gain!

Dear students, be thankful to God for He is your creator! Be thankful to your parents for they gave you life! Be thankful to your teachers for they empower you with knowledge! I wish you all the very best! May God shower his blessings upon you in abundance!

With lots of love,

Fr. Joby Kurian


Our Facilities



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