Holistic development of all children of God.


To offer a unique nurturing ground for the holistic development of the students through formal To offer a unique nurturing ground for the holistic development of the students through formal and non-formal education both inside and outside classrooms, involving staff and parents, so that they all become agents of positive


Discipline, Discernment and Decision.


CVB aims at forming leaders who are intellectually competent, spiritually mature, morally upright, psychologically integrated, physically healthy, and socially acceptable by providing them with quality academic education...


Respect the last and the least.

If children cannot learn the way we teach, why not teach them the way they learn.

Correspondent Message

Rev.Fr. Saju Chackalackal CMI - Correspondent

Saint Kuriakose Elias Chavara – a sage renowned for his spiritual accomplishments, a forerunner in humanitarian services, and a trailblazer in education – in memory of whom Chavara Vidya Bhavan is established, was an insightful educationist and pro-poor visionary from the nineteenth century. His pioneering efforts in starting a school attached to the first CMI monastery in Kerala made it possible to groom children without any trace of social discrimination; his innovative step in starting a process called pidiyari was a sort of crowd-funding to support children from economically backward families; his insistent attempts also made it possible to start a locally made printing press that eventually facilitated the cultivation of reading habit among ordinary people. In all, Saint Chavara’s efforts in education were with integral and inclusive outlook, and, as a result, he could develop a generation that was literate, broad-minded, and generous; he could widen their horizons and enable them to dream of a society that was treading on the path of integral and inclusive approach to life as well.

Principal Message

Rev Fr. Francis Xavier CMI - Principal

CHAVARA School today proudly stands ‘on the shoulders of giants’ (Sir Isaac Newton). We are ever so grateful to all those who have given a shoulder in its making! We look forward to paying rich tributes to you all by striving to be what you visualized CHAVARA to be. In this venture, our students, ‘the precious gifts of God’ (St. Chavara), their parents, staff, alumni–staff and students, and the society at large are all important pillars. We believe that there is nothing impossible if we all work in unison because God helps those who help themselves.

Integral development of the today’s children is the sure means to ensure a bright tomorrow for the humanity. Hence, it is the responsibility of the whole society to see that every child is well nurtured and given an integral formation. An individual may feel like being only a drop in the ocean. But, you are, in fact, an entire ocean in a drop with immense possibilities. Let us work to grow and let others grow with us so that we may be able to put a smile on the face of our fellow beings. May our vision ‘Holistic development of all children of God’ be realized for all generations! God bless…

Bursar Message

Fr. Biju Vadakkumcherry CMI - Bursar

The parents are the most strengthening power in moulding the future of children. Their consistent support empowers us to do more and more. I pay my gratitude to them for their faith in us. I am confident enough that the Chavara will make themselves stronger day by day, adding a new leaf to the grandeur of the school. At CHAVARA school, our approach to learning is child centric, encouraging Active learning and inculcating a scientific temper and a spirit of free enquiry. In our curriculum the student is the primary focus and each child is involved in the learning process. We are constantly improving our teaching methodology so that it turns learning into combination of classroom study, research and scientific discovery.

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