About Rosary Matriculation School

The Institute of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary was founded in 1877 by Mary of the Passion (Helen de Chappotin) at Ootacamund, Tamilnadu - an International Religious Congregation of women comprising 78 nationalities spread over 76 countries in the five Continents of the world. We discover Christ’s message of Love through our life of prayer and work and transmit this to our brothers and sisters by our varied activities. Being Missionaries like Francis of Assisi, our preference is to work for the poor and the marginalized, whoever they may be, to create a more just and human society.
      One of our major activities in India is providing formal education at all levels. Being a minority in the country all our educational Institutions given preference to students belonging to the Catholic community; others are also admitted irrespective of caste and creed. We commit ourselves to serve the economically weak, socially backward and needy students.
     The following are the broad objectives of our Education. We strive to inculcate in the staff and students.

  • a sound philosophy of life based on faith in God.
  • an academic competence that builds women of character and responsibility.
  • a deep respect for the human person.
  • a formation in values of truth, love, justice, freedom and peace.
  • an awareness of the society and the problems related to justice, equality and peace in the national and international spheres.

     Rosary Matriculation School was founded in the year 1950 by the Sisters of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary. The School is owned by the Society of the Sisters of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, a Society registered under the Societies Registration Act, having its office at Chennai.
The specific goals and objectives of the Institution are outlined below.

  • Educating girls to become women of character, good wives and responsible mothers.
  • Preparing women who fulfil their professional duties with a high sense of duty and citizenship whatever career they may adopt.
  • Training young minds to be agents of social change by fostering:
  • justice, peace and integrity of creation as a way of life.
  • right relationship among people and nature.
  • the Ethic of Enough as a value.
  • Communal harmony through respect for all religions and class of people.
  • Human rights and dignity.
  • Freedom of conscience is respected in this democratic school with its many cultures and religions of India. The unifying principle for spiritual and moral education is love of God, esteem for the Truth, all exercised with regard and concern for human rights, as expressed by the School motto:

Through Love Let us seek for Truth
An atmosphere of joyous freedom, conducive to personality development and fulfilment through self-control and self direction, leads to spontaneous involvement of all pupils in the organisation and discipline of the school. This is the essence of the House system. Every child from Std. I upwards is allocated to one of the 4 Houses. This gives a sense of identity, and helps a child develop the finer points of loyality, co-operation and a team spirit. High standards are also maintained by the stimulation of healthy competition between the Houses. Every pupil is expected to play her part to the full. All members of the Staff are fully involved in the educative activities of the School. Close co-operation between home and school has been one of the dynamic influences in the development of this type of education.