A journey of thousand miles begins with a first step and so have we just done. We took over the mantle of leadership in June, 2010 from our predecessors to run the affairs of the students with a rod of discipline and integrity and also exemplary lives worthy of emulation. Hugh R. Hawer once said that ‘YOU CAN ONLY MAKE OTHERS BETTER BY BEING GOOD YOURSELF’ so we have lived up to this philosophy by exhibiting good habits worthy of emulation. All have not been rosy for us since we took over this mantle of great expectations but with God on our side, we can proudly boast of some marvellous changes that the school has seen since we took over the mantle. Christ the King Mat. Hr. Sec. School was opened and blessed by Rev. Fr. J. E. Arul Raj. We have started +1 in the year 2014-15 Academic Year. Matriculation syllabus is being followed in our school.
The school is situated in the foothills of the Ooty, South of Coimbatore. It is set in eight acres on the site of the original Forestry Research Institute of India, with hundreds of species of there are more different species of trees on the campus than in the whole of Coimbatore.
To impart sound education under the guidance of the DMI Sisters & MMI Fathers. It includes an all round development-spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical, emotional, social and cultural aspects of the students committed to their care.
The prayerful approach and dynamic leadership of our Founder, Manager and Correspondent, the enthusiastic and the devoted role played by our Principal and Staff and keen interest of our students support our great motto in making our children.
“FULLY HUMAN AND FULLY ALIVE”
“Our educational endeavours aim at forming leaders who are intellectually competent, spiritually mature, morally upright, psychologically integrated, physically healthy and socially acceptable who will be champion for the cause of justice, love, truth and peace, and who are ever open to further growth.”
We also aim at creating a just human society where dignity of the human person is upheld, where unjust social structures are challenged, where our cultural heritage of ahimsa, religious harmony and national integration are cherished, where the poor and downtrodden are specially taken care of.
Spiritual and Moral Values :