Welcome to Sacred Heart Central School

 Sacred Heart Central School, Viluppuram is owned and administered by the Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa, Tamil Nadu Province, inspired by the teachings of Jesus Christ, and gospel values such as love, peace, brotherhood, equality, joy, service and forgiveness etc. It is a minority institution enjoying the rights and privileges guaranteed by the Indian constitution         

As a catholic and Carmelite school, it realizes the integral education of young people based on the Christian vision of life, of a human person and of the world         

The management and staff, faithful to the spirit and charism of our Foundress, Mother Teresa of St. Rose of Lima, work together for the common goal of forming  young people into citizens, worthy of God and worthy of our nation and the world.  In our educative mission, the participation and collaboration of the educating community (management, staff, students, parents and guardians) is an indispensable feature. 

More About
  • Central
    Board Certification
  • 75 Teaching Faculty
  • 19 Non Teaching Faculty
  • 1730 Students

Daily Bread

" You shall be the Crown of beauty in hands of the Lord "

Meet Our Leaders

Rev.Sr.Chris CSST

Superior General

Rev. Sr. Gloria CSST

Provincial Superior

Sr. Pauline Mary CSST


Sr. Suseela Babiona CSST


Our School


Our Congregation decided to extend its frontiers to higher standards of education, by introducing the CBSE Board in the District of Villupuram. With all blessings of the Almighty and the guidance of our Foundress Mother Teresa of St. Rose of Lima and with the dynamic sisters of the CSST, the foundation was laid for yet another facet of education.

After a great deal of determined hard work by our Provincial, Sr. Sarguna, Education councillor, Sr. Jyothi, our Correspondent & Principal Sr. Nirmal and all the sisters of the CSST, Sacred Heart Central School (CBSE), had its genesis on 6th June, 2012.


Empowering our students to empower society and humanity, especially, the socially and economically marginalised, creating a civilization of love.


To facilitate access for the minority and marginalized, to acquire the highest standard of education and practical training, thereby opening a gateway for a stable, sustainable and reliable future.


To promote the integral growth of each person in her / his uniqueness, in order to enable the members of school community to collaborate with others in assuming responsibility for today's reality, thereby building a civilization of love.

Preamble of the Indian Constition