CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL , Cuttack is managed and administered by the Montfort Brothers of St. Garbiel Education Society founded by St. Montfort in 1703. Since then, it has spread to 32 countries and is engaged in the mission of education. 'Education' a very wide connection. The organization therefore caters to the educational needs of not only children and youth in normal academic school but also imparts technical education, education of deaf, the dumb and the blind, the physically and mentally handicapped and engages in village uplift and social works especially among the down trodden and the marginalized. Montfortian education chooses for the total development of the young. They are helped to discover their God given talents and work towards their fullest development in order to place them at the service of the society. It seeks to enable the young to search for the truth by training them to analyse reality, from critical judgements, search for solutions and work out a synthesis.
The major object of this institution is to educate the youth in a spirit of service to the humanity. The institution's priorities in education, are not only scholastic excellence, but also formation of youth in discipline, hard work, moral and religious values. These priorities are meant to prepare the youth for life, by promoting intellectual excellence, uprightness of character, emotional maturity, scientific temper, spirit of healthy competition, cooperation and sportsmanship through co-curricular activities, moral sensitivity to the needs and rights of others especially the poor, religious tolerance and national integration.
Updated on: [October 25, 2018]