Affiliation: Permanently recognised by the Government of Andhra Pradesh, India. Affiliated to Board of Secondary Education.



Montfort

  • Born on 31st January 1673, Louis Mary Grignion, popularly known as Montfort, grew to be a prophet of his times. He saw God in the poor and gave his life for their cause. In him welled up a constant spring of love, courage, self-surrendering service and commitment for the cause of the poor and the downtrodden. The source of this unending spring was God always. He died on 28th April 1716, but his spirit lives on today in the Congregation of Montfort Brothers of St.Gabriel, Priests of the Company of Mary, Daughters of Wisdom and the numerous Montfortian Associates.

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Aims & Objectives

  • The school aims at the all round personality development of the student. The students learn to give and receive respect as they are groomed into citizens not only of this country but also of the world.The school aims at an education, which is person oriented, social and culture - related, professional or work-oriented. Broadly speaking, it imparts training, which is national in character, international in outlook and towards the achievement of Universal Brotherhood.

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School History

  • It was as early as July 1953, when the State of Andhra was settling down with its new identity in the brave young Republic of India that the Little Flower High School was established. With all their noble ideals and aspirations, the founding fathers perhaps never thought that the institution would grow to become a landmark in the modern city of Hyderabad. The Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel under the able guidance of Rev. Bro. John of God set up the school with Rev. Bro. Britto as its first Principal. It was the need of the hour then, to provide sound education to a new generation of an independent nation.

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Principals

				1.	Rev. Bro. Britto		1953-1961 	  
				2.	Rev. Bro. Martialis		1961-1964 	 
				3.	Rev. Bro. Dominic		1964-1972  
				4.	Rev. Bro. Vincent		1972-1975 	 
				5.	Rev. Bro. Eugene		1975-1976  
				6.	Rev. Bro. Vincent		1976-1977  
				7.	Rev. Bro. Emmanuel		1977-1979 
				8.	Rev. Bro. Claude		1979-1984 
			

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