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  • School reopening for Grades 3 to 12 has been postponed to 6 June 2022.
  • Admissions open to LKG, UKG, GRADES I - IX and XI at the Kazhakootam campus.
  • CNIte Milan Rajesh of Grade 2-I has achieved the Third Rank - State Level in the Unified International Mathematics Olympiad held by Unified Council.

Welcome to Christ Nagar International School

Christ Nagar International School was started in 2004 by the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI), fathers, an indigenous Catholic religious congregation of India. This congregation is the embodiment of the dreams and visions of Blessed Kuriakose Elias Chavara, the great educational visionary of the 19th century and the founder of CMI congregation.

CMI religious congregation is one among the biggest educational agencies in India which runs more than 400 schools and 35 colleges for higher education.

  • Reopening Day 2022

    Published on 06/06/2022

    CNIS reopened in its brand new campus at Kazhakoottam on 6 June 2022. Ms Navjot Khosa, honourable district collector of Trivandrum marked the beginning of the offline schooling by lighting the lamp. Ms Khosa addressed the students stressing the importance of staying motivated and focussed in reaching one’s goals. The grand ceremony embraced a talent showcase by the CNItes."

  • Gratitude Day

    Published on 05/04/2022

    CNItes of Grade VII presented a live assembly on 11 March 2022, at the Kazhakoottam Campus, expressing thanks to all those who have helped them grow and evolve into better individuals. The assembly started with a humble gesture of thanking the Manager Rev. Fr. Paul Mangad CMI , Principal Rev. Fr. Thomas Chennattusserry CMI, Vice Principal Rev. Fr. Tinto Pulinchuvallil CMI, Academic Coordinator Ms. Ambili Gopalakrishnan, Section Heads- Dr. Sabitha P R (Senior School ), Ms. Geeta Nayar (Middle School) and Ms. K Preeti (Junior School), teachers, administrative and support staff by presenting them with beautiful handmade cards and flowers- a true expression of their love and respect towards them."

  • Graduation day

    Published on 05/03/2022

    The graduation ceremony of the outgoing students was held on 9 March 2022 at CNIS Kazhakkoottam campus. The students cherished the beautiful memories of their school life. The School Principal Fr Thomas Chennattusserry CMI addressed the gathering and gave the students the message of pursuing one’s dreams with hope and determination."

  • AITA Talent Series Winner

    Published on 02/12/2022

    CNIte Ephinoah Oommen Richi of Grade 9-I has come first in Under 16 Doubles in AITA (All India Tennis Association) Talent Series. He has also bagged his first semi-finalist title in Under 16 Singles Category."

  • Republic Day

    Published on 02/01/2022

    The 73rd republic day of our nation was celebrated through a virtual class assembly video presented by the Grade 2 students. The School Principal, Rev. Fr. Thomas Chennattusserry CMI gave a heart-warming message of praying for the national heroes and the leaders. Fr. also highlighted the significance of praying for the humanity as a whole during these trying times. Children dressed up as national heroes was a feast to the eyes. They showed their reverence to the great leaders through patriotic songs and dance that evoked the spirit of unity."

  • National Girl child Day

    Published on 01/31/2022

    National girl child day was celebrated through an online assembly video by the CNItes of Grade 3. Ms. Aruna Pillai, Deputy Manager- Operations at Allianz Services gave an inspirational message to the students on the special occasion. She conveyed the importance of chasing one’s dream. Children portrayed the roles of eminent Indian women who have established in their careers."

Principal's Message


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My dear CNItes, Parents and Staff members,

Greetings to all!

I hope everyone is well and getting along with the unprecedented times. This has been a year in which the need to capitalise on all the accessible resources to facilitate students’ remote learning was imperative. This academic year has witnessed exceptionally stronger and closer ties between the school and home.  It was a fundamental necessity, and the guidance and motivation provided by the teachers were augmented by the unconditional and perpetual love and support given by the parents.  CNIS is fortunate to have such an incredible group of parents, teachers and staff who work together as a family to help our students realize their life goals.

Dear CNItes, I am so delighted that you are the pivotal part of this amazing and solemn teaching-learning community. You are all exceptionally talented individuals. This is an opportunity to demonstrate your diligence, discipline, positive attitude, persistence, creativity and critical thinking skills. Make a virtue of your positive energy and dedication to excel in education. Do your best to achieve your goals., be focused and make the best use of time. Let's hope that things would get better soon and we will meet in our regular classrooms.

I consider it as an honour and privilege to serve as the Principal of this great institution. I believe this school year will indubitably be a unique and memorable one and I am confident that we will continue to strive for academic excellence as well as for the social and emotional well-being of our students.

Wish you all a very successful academic year!

Thank you.

God Bless you!

God Bless CNIS!!

Fr. Thomas Chennattusserry CMI




The school provides transportation facilities to students for to and fro commutation. The parents who want to send their children to school and back by school bus should apply for it at the beginning of the academic year. Bus fee will be collected in three instalments in advance before the beginning of each term. The school bus facility should be availed for an entire term. One month notice in writing should be given for discontinuance of the bus facility.

Requests for change of boarding points must be made in writing one month in advance. Nobody without a valid bus pass will be allowed to board the bus. Loss of the pass, if any, shall be reported promptly at the school office. Commuting by school bus is an occasion for the pupils to cultivate good habits like patience, forbearance, tolerance, sympathy, team spirit, co-operation and consideration for others. Gentlemanly and exemplary behaviour is expected of all the students in the bus and at the boarding points where they wait for the bus. Strong and prompt disciplinary action will be taken against students who misbehave. If the school bus fails to ply on any day on account of some unforeseen difficulty, the students should come to school by other means. No complaint will be entertained on such issues.

Cambridge Syllabus

CNIS is an authorized CIE (Cambridge International Examinations)...

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Additional Languages

The school offers Hindi, Malayalam, French and German as additional languages...

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Admission Procedure

CNIS admits students who can be successful in the regular academic programme...

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