St. Paul’s International School (SPIS) –A vision 21st century school had its humble beginning on 5th May 2003, under the management of the Archdiocese of Verapoly, a doyen in the field of quality education. The school owns its origin to His Grace, The Most. Rev. Dr. Daniel Acharuparambil, Archbishop of Verapoly, the former Retore Mangificus (Magnificent Rector) of world renowned Pontifical Urban University, Rome, Italy.
SPIS is honored to have the blessings and able guidance of his Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. Joseph Kalathiparambil, the present patron and the Archbishop of Verapoly.
His graceful presence, futuristic vision, proficient guidance coupled with international experience enables SPIS to soar great heights.
The school is the brainchild of Rev. Fr. Jose Chelangara, the first Director, who is a high profile educationalist and visionary.
Rev. Dr. Douglas Pinheiro, the present Director of SPIS, is a polyglot in English, Italian and German. As a man of international exposure, he implements noteworthy features at SPIS for the benefit of the Paulians
Dr. Sheela Seth, Principal of SPIS, is a passionate leader having a clear vision and plan to shape the future of the Paulians to the highest levels of achievement. Her amazing experience, stunning strategy and commitment to impart the quality education redesigns the changing curve of the educational globe.
We seek not merely to educate but to inspire. We provide an avalanche of opportunities to our students to excel in Academics, Leadership, Extra-curricular activities, Sports, Games etc... We strive to bring out the talents latent in our students and arm them with knowledge and skill so that they are better human being and leaders of tomorrow.
SPIS hosts the students for Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, Primary School, Middle School, Secondary School and Senior Secondary School.
"SPIS will improve the quality of academic performance of students by 20% each year, in the next five years and will also facilitate achievements of students in Olympiads, Kalotasav and Sports competitions at the district, state and national level."