In the month of June 1962 tiny feet brought the very first batch of students into the Ashoknagar Society community Club. As they walked with tiny, apprehensive steps into the room, their first day of formal education. It marked the birth of Little Flower School which, is housed today in a three storeyed building. The journey has taken the founders Mrs. Sophie Samuel and Mr. Samson Samuel across the city and the school into the lives of thousands of students.
Today, Little Flower is recognized as one of the premier educational institutions in the city of Ahmedabad, dedicated to the cause of making a positive difference in the lives of our future leaders, striving to uphold and enhance integrity, discipline, hard work and a relentless pursuit of excellence.
Enrollment of a child in Little Flower School implies the willingness of both parents and students to comply with the policies and regulations of the school. In order to realize the school’s aims, parents and students must agree with and support the philosophy of the school and the Code of Discipline.
What makes a good school? Ask any admission-seeking parent today, and you will get answers ranging from name to fame to infrastructure and beyond. But really, what makes a good school? As you surf through the pages of our website, you will discover the ingredients that comprise the creation of a great school. You will recognize the importance of having a “vision”, the requirement of hard-grit faith, the ability to persevere and the knowledge of a mission, mixed with the day-today grind of living and working in India, which alone can be a challenge on the best of days! So, how was Little Flower School built and what role did the founders, Mrs. Sophie Samuel play? Answers to all these questions and a deeper appreciation of the goodness hopefully you will discover.
June 1962 witnessed the birth of Little Flower School. The little room of the Community club welcomed the first group of students. From these humble beginnings, the school grew into a one storeyed building and then into the two beautiful buildings that house nearly 3000 students. Recognised by the Directorate of Education, and affiliated to the Gujarat Board, the school has been contributing educated citizens to the nation since the first group of students appeared for the board exams in 1976.
The Secondary and Higher Secondary School, have classes during the morning hours.
At the Higher Secondary level the school caters to two streams, Science Stream (Group A Biology and Group B Maths ) and Commerce stream. The Upper Primary school has classes during the noon hours.