Students must come to school in neat uniform. T-shirts or tight fitting garments are not allowed. Pupils will keep the classrooms and School premises absolutely clean, thus promoting a clean and healthy environment. Damage to school properties, disfiguring of walls, indecent language or behaviour are serious offences which entail punishment and even dismissal. Pupils must show respect to everyone at all times. Pupils should be responsible for the safety of their belongings. Students must obtain prior written permission from the Principal before joining any course which could clash with School programmes.

Only English should be spoken in the School premises to acquire greater fluency in the language. Collection of funds, giving gifts to anyone for any purpose must not be made without the permission of the Principal. Pupil should not bring magazines or periodicals to the School. USE OF TWO WHEELER IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN FOR STUDENTS BY THE MANAGEMENT. Every student is expected to maintain excellence in conduct, good manners and cleanliness, both in and out of School.


Students addicted to evil habits like smoking, whether inside the campus or outside, will be dismissed. Damage to school property, disfiguring of walls, indecent language or behaviour are punishable offences and will result in dismissal. Malpractice in examination/tests is a grave offence and will lead to detention or dismissal. No groupism is permissible and will be punished with dismissal.

Any Students against whom disciplinary proceedings are initiated shall leave the school at the end of the year. However students of the Higher Secondary sections (Std XI & XII) who fall in this category will be served with their T.C. immediately.


This is my school. I must be proud of it. And it must be proud of me.

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Contact Details

Montfort School ,
Marakkanam Road,
Tindivanam - 604001, Villupuram District, India.
India. Ph: 04147-223818
87542-08868, 87542-08688


Education Quotes

Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.
Albert Einstein.