I About School

Little Flower School, Bongaigaon

Little Flower School, Bongaigaon, is an English Medium School, established on 7th March 1995. It is an educational institution of the Catholic Church, owned and managed by the Sistersof MISSIONARY SISTERS OF MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS (MSMHC).
The Society follows the educational method of Saint Don Bosco, the great educator, and aims at the all round development of pupils in formal educational centres. The moral upbringing of the pupils is given priority and also their intellectual and academic performance. The students are placed in an ambience of religious harmony, mutual respect, personal and communal harmony and helped to imbibe the values of love, brotherhood, justice and peace thereby enabling them to be worthy citizens of our country.

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I Principal's Message

Little Flower School, Bongaigaon

Dear Flowerians, Each one of you in your uniqueness, vibr...

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I Latest News

Half Year Examination Pe....

Half year examination for Class L.K.G to VIII and Periodic Test - ...

Minor Exam begins

Minor Exam begins (Class L.K.G to X)

Submission for Fee Book

Submission for Fee Book (Class L.K.G to XII)

Monthly Test (I to XII)

2nd Monthly Test

Interaction Day

Checking of Answer scripts of Periodic Test - I

Summer Vacation

Summer Vacation

Periodic Test - I for Clas....

Periodic Test - I for Class I to X, XII

Monthly Test for Class I T....

1st Monthly Test for Class I TO XII

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I Our Founder

Little Flower School, Bongaigaon

Bishop Stephen Ferrando was born on 28th September 1895 in the hamlet of Rossiglione, a fertile valley, a semi medieval town in Genova, Italy. His parents, Augustine Ferrando and Josephine Salvi were from a middle class family. Stephen Ferrando was the eldest of the three children whom the parents brought up in the fear and love of God. His only brother passed away during the 1stworldwar at a very young age.

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I Our Patron

Little Flower School, Bongaigaon

Carmelite of Lisieux, better known as the Little Flower of Jesus, born at Alencon, France, 2 January, 1873; died at Lisieux 30 September, 1897. From an early age it was Therese's ambition and desire to be a saint. She was born into a pious and loving Catholic family. She remembers the idyll of her early childhood, spending time with her parents and 5 sisters in the un spoilt French countryside. However this early childhood idyll was broken by the early death of her Mother (from breast cancer). Aged only 4 years old, she felt the pain of separation and instinctively turned to the Virgin Mary for comfort and reassurance. The next couple of years of St Therese's' life was a period of inner turmoil. She was unhappy at school, where her natural precociousness and piety, made other school children jealous. Eventually her father agreed for Therese to return home and be taught by her elder sister, Celine.

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I Upcoming Events

01 Nov

Inauguration of sports

It is an event to promote and develop sports activities for the students and opportunity to establish among teachers and students.

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11 Oct

International Girl Ch...

This day focuses attention on the need to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls' empowerment and the fulfilment of their human rights.

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