Motto of the School:
Education for Peace, Progress & Prosperity.
The Capuchin Friars who are the followers of St. Francis of Assisi, who was born in Italy in the year 1181 and dedicated his entire life living and propagating the Universal Brotherhood, have drawn inspiration from their founder to live and work for the same brotherhood and to become instruments of Peace. Hence the motto of our school is “Education for Peace, Progress & Prosperity”.  Read more...


Past Events

    “Teachers are the torch bearers of the Gen-next”
    Teachers play a major role in making their students responsible citizens of tomorrow and good human beings. It is impossible to imagine our lives without teachers. They are the cornerstone of our future. We can never thank teachers enough for their immense contribution in a student’s life. Teacher's Day is celebrated to show our acknowledgement and recognition of the hard work put in by our teachers towards our development.

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    Freedom in the mind,
    Faith in the word....
    Pride in our souls....
    Let’s salute the nation on this auspicious day.
    The 70th Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect at infant Jesus School, Chikmagalur. The ceremony began at 8.30am in the school open ground with large crowd of staff, students and parents. The flag hoisting ceremony was performed by the principal Fr.Godwin, who highlighted the importance of the day and urged the students to remember the sacrifices of the patriots and martyrs who laid down their lives in the freedom struggle. Fr. Rayappa Deepak, Chief guest, urged the students to become responsible citizens and prepare themselves to serve the nation as good leaders.

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  • Inauguration of taekwondo classes@ Infant Jesus School
    On 9th July taekwondo class was inaugurated at Infant Jesus School. Mr. Girish, taekwondo master inaugurated the class by addressing the students about the importance of self-defence in life. He and his team members displayed before the students a few skills of taekwondo. At the end students who participated in the District level taekwondo championship, received certificates from Fr.Godwin, the principal.
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  • Ramzan celebration @ Infant Jesus School
    The Staff and the students of Infant Jesus School celebrated Ramzan on 8th July. Fr. Deepak Rayappa was the chief guest of the program. Prayer song was sung and students read the selected verses from the Quran. Rahila, student of 9th B, gave the brief information about Ramzan. Fr. Deepak spoke about the significance of Ramzan. Students entertained every one through their colourful program with the distribution of sweets the program ended.
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