Little Flower Hr. Sec. School, Kohima is established in 1964 by the Salesian Sisters of North-East India which has its head quarters at Guwahati. The Little Flower Hr. Sec. School, Kohima is owned by the Salesian Sisters of North-East India, a body registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860, NO. RS/KAM/240/K/74 of 2000-2001 and having its head quarters in Guwahati, Assam. It was upgraded to Higher Secondary in 2003 and right now having all the three streams (Arts, Science & Commerce). The School celebrated the Golden Jubilee in 2014.
The primary aim of Little Flower Hr. Sec. School, Kohima is to impart sound formation (religious, mental, moral, social and physical) based on the principles of Christian faith, to members of the Christian community.
It also imparts a sound formation (spiritual, mental, moral, social and physical) to all others admitted to this institution. The course of instruction comprises all the branches, recognised by the Nagaland Board of School Education and prepares the girls for the H.S.L.C and H.S.S. L.C. Examination conducted by the State Board.
Little Flower Hr. Sec. School, Kohima is a Catholic Educational Institution owned and managed by the Salesian Sisters. Though the Catholic Schools are meant primarily for Catholics, they may also admit other children irrespective of caste or creed.
It runs according to the principles and methods of the modern educator, St. John Bosco. The constant effort of the well trained staff is to develop the individual personality of each pupil and bring out those qualities which are best and noblest in them. Special attention is given to ensure a high standard of morality and discipline in the School.”
Updated on: [August 09, 2018]