St. Joseph’s Public School, Chemboor is a Secondary school located in Thiruvananthapuram District in Kerala State. It is a Co-educational School. It is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and it’s affiliation no. is 930905.  Postal address of this school is Chemboor, Manchamcode P.O., Arumbayam, , – 695125, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala and it’s pin code is 695125. You can reach St. joseph’s Public School, Chemboor also through email and mobile. It’s contact number is 04712257460 and school’s email id is [email protected] The school has been operating officially under the trust/society Malankara Catholic Education Society.


The school provides each student with the best education possible based on the fundamental human values. Each student is helped to develop a wholesome personality for which due emphasis is given in the curriculum for intellectual, physical, moral and spiritual growth. A sense of social awareness and responsibility is created in the growing child, making him/her self-reliant. The method of education implemented in this school aims at forming fine human persons, to be worthy citizens committed to the sublime values of the nation.


The motto of the School is “Education for Development.” It is an all round development as Mahatma Gandhi Viewed.


The school prepares the students for the 10 years CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) examination. The medium of instruction is English.


English, Malayalam, Hindi, Maths, Science, Social Sciences, Information Technology, Moral Science, General Knowledge (GK).


Literary association, Science club, Audiovisual based learning, voice culture and voice modulations, Quiz club, Art, Study tours etc.


Foot ball, badminton, athletics, music, dance, chess, yoga, Karate etc.


ST. JOSEPH’S PUBLIC SCHOOL CHEMBOOR was established in 2001 and it is managed by the Pvt. Unaided. It is located in Rural area. It is located in KATTAKKADA block of THIRUVANANTHAPURAM district of Kerala. The school consists of Grades from 1 to 10.

English is the medium of instructions in this school. This school is approachable by all weather road. In this school academic session starts in June. It has got 10 classrooms for instructional purposes. All the classrooms are in good condition. It has 2 other rooms for non-teaching activities. The school has a separate room for Head master/Teacher. .


Admission to the LKG class of the succeeding Academic year is given in December of the previous year. Application forms and prospectus are issued from the school office in November.

The minimum age for admission to LKG class is 3 and half and to standard 1 is 5 and half years.on the first of June of the year of study. The age limit varies correspondingly for admission to other standards. Relaxation to age limit will not be granted.

Admission to all classes other than LKG is strictly restricted to the number of vacancies arising in each class every year. Separate application forms will be issued for such admissions and a selection test will be conducted on a date announced at the end of every Academic year.

Students seeking admission from other States or Countries should produce Transfer Certificates counter signed by competent educational authorities/embassies of the Countries concerned.


Advance application signed by the parent or guardian is requested for withdrawing a student from the school.

If a pupil is admitted to or withdrawn from the school in the middle of a Term, tuition fee for the whole term should be paid

Transfer certificate will be issued only after all dues are cleared and all the books borrowed from the library are returned.

The Principal may ask a parent/guardian to withdraw a child, if the child does not comply with the discipline of the school or is incapable of coping up with the curriculum.


There will be two Semester Examinations in a year, other than regular tests.

At the end of every month there will be a unit test during respective class period.

After every unit test and Term examinations progress reports will be issued to students in the presence of parents by the concerned class teachers.

Parents are advised to watch the progress of their children very closely, consult teachers and take their advice whenever necessary.


Promotion to a higher class is based on a student’s performance in the various examinations conducted during the year. Details are given in the Progress reports.

Results are published at the end of every academic year and are final in all cases. Requests for review of the results will not be entertained. Results will be withheld if fees are not paid for all the 12 months of the year.

The promotion list will be put on the school notice board. Results will not be communicated to the parents or students by any other means.

Students who fail to score 40% average in each subject will be detained

A student who fails twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue studies in the School.

There is no provision for re-examination.

A student without 80% attendance during the academic year is liable to be detained.


Discipline is an integral part of the learning process. For this a student has to learn self-control of his emotions and impulses. He must learn to live harmony with others by respecting the customs and traditions of others and society by keeping the laws of the country and by obeying the commandments of God.

Order must be the hall-mark of our school. For this an atmosphere of silence must be maintained by everyone during working hours in class-rooms, staff-rooms and office. Thus everyone should contribute to maintain an excellence of standards in everything.

The school insists on punctuality, regular attendance good manners, cleanliness and devotion to study. Above all a student must be courteous to superiors and fellow students.

Every student shall bring the text books and notebooks required for the classes neatly covered and labeled. No News papers, periodicals or pictures shall be brought to school.

Every student is required to maintain the school premises clean and tidy. Waste paper and other waste materials should be deposited in the bins provided for the purposes. Defacing walls, destruction of furniture, tampering with the plants in the garden etc.will be severely dealt with.

All assignments shall be regularly done and submitted. Parents/Guardians are requested to read the REMARK sections of the school Diary of their ward every day.

Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and other belongings. No valuable articles or money should be brought to school. Sharp instruments and tools are not allowed in the school premises.

Students must move along the corridors and veranda in absolute silence and in an orderly manner. While moving to classes or halls, they are to keep left and move in a line.

Students who remain in their class rooms during intervals are not allowed to play inside. They are not allowed to play in the corridors or in the School yards during intervals.

In the absence of a teacher, it is the Class Leader’s responsibility to keep order in the class. Strict silence be observed inside the class during such times.


English Club, Malayalam Club, Hindi Club, Science Club, History Club, Maths Club, Sports Club, Social Awareness, KCSL, Media and Film Club, Agriculture Club, Herbal Club, Green Club, GK Club, Tech club


Playing games helps the students to maintain good health and formation of character. Also it drives out selfishness and keeps temper under control.

Out Door Games

Foot ball, Cricket, Volley ball, Hand ball, Badminton, Kho-kho, Kabaddi.

Indoor Games

Chess, Carrom.


The following news papers, periodicals and magazines are provided in the school library for daily reading of students to be in touch with the world around.


The Hindu, Malayala Manorama.

Periodicals And Magazines

The Reader’s Digest, Don Bosco, Karunikan, The Hindhu in School, The Hindhu Young world.


SUPW is the short form of Socially Useful and Productive Work, which is a part of the curriculum of Std. IX students All the students of the classes will be asked from time to engage themselves in activities useful for the school and for the society in general. Their activities may be limited to the school campus or spread outside the nearby villages. AlI the SUPW volunteers whenever they are given any kind of responsibility are expected to carry it out with all sincerity.