About Our School

St. Francis School is a High School, situated in the village Dumrikhas, Sardar Nagar, Gorakhpur. It is an unaided Christian minority institution established in 2005, by the Congregation of Missionary Brothers of St. Francis of Assisi (CMSF). Franciscan Missionary Brothers, a Christian Catholic Religious Order founded by Rev. Bro. Paulus Moritz in the year 1901, is well known in India and across the globe for its valuable contribution to different fields.

It is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi with ‘No Objection Certificate’ from the Government of Uttar Pradesh. It is a Co- educational School open to children of all communities.

The Franciscan missionary Brothers are well known in India and overseas for their valuable contribution to the nation in different fields. The Congregation has over 100 centres in India.

Some of these centres include: Schools, Colleges, Engineering & Management Institutes, Industrial Training Institutes, Hospitals, Leprosy Rehabilitation Centres, Orphanages, Model Farms, Social Welfare Centres etc.

The Society is well established in India, Sri Lanka, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Paraguay, Bolivia, U.S.A. and Canada.

We believe, it is our responsibility to build our nation, shape the character and integrity in our children who are the future generation.

We aspire to bring up caring, committed and confident youngsters who are fine tuned to the human and spiritual values and who will take their place as productive, responsible members of the society and nation.


The school aims at the education of the Catholic community around and extends its service to members of other communities. The school stands for academic excellence, development of skills and character formation based on the love of God and the Service of the people as modelled in Jesus Christ. We strive to inculcate in our students a sound philosophy of life based on faith in God, respect for the individual, concern for the less privileged of society, and ideals of truth and justice.

The medium of instruction of the school is English. It progressively prepares the pupils for High School. At present there are 600 students and 23 teachers, along with 13 non-teaching staff.

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Our Vision

The Franciscan Vision of Education is the Formation of persons with moral uprightness, social responsibility and pursuit of excellence. The vision is drawn from the teachings of Jesus Christ our Divine Master, St. Francis of Assisi, the Patron of our School and Rev. Bro. Paulus Moritz, the Founder of our Society. It also derives inspiration from the sages and prophets of our own land and is deeply rooted in its values and culture.

Our Mission

The mission of the school is to impart moral values and to enable the children to grow up into caring and sharing individuals, equipped for making the right choices in life and responsible citizens of the country and the world.

Our Endeavour

  • To help children recognize the Divine Presence in and around them.
  • To prepare children for a life that is healthy and morally sound.
  • To reject ideologies that threaten human dignity such as violence, hatred, injustice and gender discrimination.
  • To foster virtues like respect for people, obedience, kindness, forgiveness, gratitude, honesty, loyalty, generosity and diligence.
  • To teach children to find joy in helping the needy.
  • To cultivate love and appreciation in the children for our culture and traditions.
  • To help children take keen interest in the happenings around the globe.
  • To help children develop secular attitude, multicultural outlook and respect for all religions.

We Aim At

  • Personal growth: intellectual, moral, physical, psychological and social.
  • Progressive and holistic development of the child – fully human, wholly Indian, truly modern.
  • A fun filled and exciting experience of learning.
  • Self discipline through moral instructions.
  • Leadership skills through participation and involvement in co-curricular activities.
  • Power of expression through public speaking, debates, dramatics, elocution, extempore, music and creative writing.
  • Preparing students for future careers.
  • Shaping citizens who serve society with confidence and dignity.

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School Anthem

Lord make us instruments of Your peace
Where there is hatred let Your love increase
Lord make us instruments of Your peace
Walls of pride and prejudice shall cease
When we are Your instruments of peace

1. Where there is hatred we will sow His love
    Where there is injury we will never judge
    Where there is striving we will speak His peace
    To the people crying for release
    We will be His instruments of peace

2. Where there is blindness we will pray for sight
    Where there is darkness we will shine His light
    Where there is sadness we will bear their grief
    To the millions crying for release
    We will be His instruments of peace

Morning Preyar Song

Father, we thank Thee for the night,
And for the pleasant morning light,
For rest and food and loving care,
And all that makes the world so fair.

Help us to do the things we should,
To be to others kind and good,
In all we do, in all we say,
To grow more loving every day.

Our Society

The Congregation of the Missionary Brothers of St. Francis of Assisi, an International Society of Religious Brothers, was founded in 1901 in India by Rev. Bro. Paulus Moritz of Germany. It was established mainly to look after and educate the orphans and rural masses. Now the Congregation has above a hundred centres in India. These centres include Orphanages, Schools, Formal and Non-formal Technical Education Centres for School Dropouts, Leprosy Centres, Agricultural Training Farms, Youth Centres, Clinics, Dispensaries and Hospitals. The Religious Society has spread to South America, Sri Lanka, Germany, Switzerland and Italy for similar work, with Mumbai as its headquarters.

With its charitable and registered societies across India, the congregation delivers its best for the upbringing of the orphans, the poor, and the lower middle class, irrespective of caste or creed.

After the emergence of Modern India as a rising power, our focus extended to cater to the needs of the urban and semi urban classes by providing high quality education, both professional and technical. Today, after 119 years of its inception, the Franciscan Brothers continue their commitment of training young minds to take up the challenges of the future, with the generous support and collaboration of like-minded people and organizations.

This congregation’s one of the Societies is Society of Franciscan Brothers, Dumrikhas that runs the St. Francis School, Dumrikhas. This society is very much into education for the last 68 years in Durmrikhas serving many poor children of the village. So many students had their education from St. Joseph Primay School and St. Joseph Junior High School. Knowing the present necessity, and the demand from the villagers, the society began an English Medium School for the villagers around the school in 2005.


The School has an impressive and well designed building with all essential amenities required for the all round development of students. It is spread over 3½ acres of land with specious play grounds children’s park for small children.

Classrooms are large and airy with abundant natural light to provide the right ambience for an effective learning experience at school. Sessions adopt effective teaching methods and logics that make learning process interesting and enjoyable. Active participation and constructive criticism are always encouraged to create a conducive atmosphere in the class.






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The Library is stocked with an excellent collection of books and journals on all relevant subjects which help students rediscover the joy of reading. The very extensive reference section helps students work on multi-dimensional projects.


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School has an Audio-Visual room with acoustics for an enjoyable audio visual experience with a capacity of 60 students. It is equipped with a multimedia PC, LCD projector and smart board with professionally equipped devices.


The state of art computer lab facility helps students to integrate Information Technology into the present curriculum. The school aims at imparting the usage of computers as a tool rather than a subject. 


In Art and Craft, children are provided with ample opportunity to experiment and express themselves. A wide range of ideas, materials, textures, colours and form are introduced. The Art & Craft section introduces the various techniques of working with different materials like clay, glass, paper, tiles, wool, cardboard, etc. lab is on the move.