Admission for KG-I 2020-2021

Admission for KG-I for the 2020-2021 academic session will open on November 13, 2019. Admission will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to any child who has already reached four (4) years of age.

To apply, please approach the school office during school opening hours. Applications must be accompanied by the child’s birth certificate (xerox copy) and a passport-sized photo.

Admission fee: Rs. 500/-
Annual fee: Rs. 5,500/-
Application form and prospectus: Rs. 100/-
TOTAL amount to bring: Rs. 6,100/-

The session fees will be Rs. 1,500/- paid monthly (12 months).

Visit from Zorina Pautu

With just days left before he returns to the mission field, regular favourite Zorina Pautu paid another visit to the school to lead worship and deliver some inspirational teaching. He spent two mornings with the whole school during the devotion time, and also led the afternoon Sunday fellowship with the hostellers. He was accompanied by his family as well as by the well-known singer Lalruatfela Pachuau who gave several solos and also shared some good messages with the children. The students always enjoy Zorina’s ministry and they had the chance to experience worship in Hindi as well as in Mizo and English.


Handwriting Olympiad: First Round

In January 2019 nine students participated in a Handwriting Olympiad through Pentasoft. The certificates were finally able to be distributed today for the first round. Of the nine, five achieved an A grade, and the others achieved B and C. Those with A grade have been invited to proceed to the next round this month.

Special congratulations go to R Lalruatsangi (V) for achieving first position. She received a special certificate and medal.

Ministry Visit from Islary Family

We have been blessed this week with the presence of the Islary family who are based in Gossaigaon, Assam. Mr Islary is Boro, while his wife is Nepali, and together they have had almost two decades of ministry in Nepal, West Bengal and Assam. Now they are settled in Gossaigaon where they run their own parachurch ministry called Divine Repairer Ministry, a place of prayer and healing for all people. Mr Islary is also involved with a local Bible College and is also on the board of the National Christian Council (NCC), representing Assam and taking steps to support persecuted Christians in the region.

They came to visit the school since they had previously worked together with our Principal on the mission field many years ago. They brought their talented young daughter Jemima (18), who inspired the children by demonstrating that young people can also be anointed with gifts of preaching and singing. As a family they had many opportunities during their stay to minister to the school and to a local church through their preaching and singing.

We will remember them in our prayers and hope that their ministry continues to flourish. Their dream is to establish 1) Supporters for their own Divine Repairer Ministry and 2) A Mizoram branch of the NCC, which currently does not have any Mizo representation.


HSLC Results 2018-2019

We are celebrating yet another year of outstanding results in the HSLC exams taken by our recently passed-out Class X students. 60 students appeared for the exams and all 60 passed. Full results are listed at the website. Our own school results are below:


Aakriti Limbu (L in SS)
Lalnunkimi Hmar (L in E, M, Sc, SS, Mz)
Lalrinngheti Sonset (L in E, Sc, SS)
P Liandingpuii (L in E, M, Sc, SS, Mz)
R Laltlanhlui (L in M, SS)
Victory Tongchangya (L in M, Sc, SS)
Biakropuia (L in M, Sc, SS, Mz)
Caleb Lalramchuana (L in M, Sc, SS)
Jordan N Daosa (L in SS)
K Lalrinzuala (L in M, Sc, SS)
Randy VL Hmangaiha (L in M, Sc)
Rochanpuia (L in M, SS)
Steven Lalsangmawia Ralte (L in M, Sc)
Vanlalremkima (L in M, Sc, SS)


Aishai Tongchangya
Christina Lalrinchhani Sailo
Deborah Lalruatpuii (L in SS)
Elizabeth Lalhmangaihzuali (L in E, SS, Mz)
Hannah Lalremruati
Hmingthansangi (L in SS)
K Biaknunpuii (L in SS, Mz)
Lalnunpari (L in Mz)
Lalrempuii Sailo
Nancy Lalrinchhani Renthlei (L in Sc, SS)
Noelle Vanlalvenhimi
S Lalrinhlui
Benhur Doapha Hlychho
Christopher Lalruatpuia
David Malsawmtluanga
Eliazar Lalhrilzela (L in SS)
Eric Hmingthansanga
Gershom Laltanpuia Sailo (L in SS)
Hmingthantluanga (L in Mz)
Holy Lalvenropuia (L in SS)
HS Hmingchhuanmawia (L in SS)
Jacob Vanlalhriatpuia
Malsawmkima (L in M, Sc)
Nathan Lalhruaizela Khupchawng
V Ramluahpuia (L in SS)
Vanlalbiakdika Bawihthlung


Lydia Lalruatpuii
Sylvia Lalrinsangi
D John Albert Tongchangya
Isaac Vanhmingliana
John VL Ruatpuia
Lalmuantluanga Sailo
Lalrinzuala Chhakchhuak
RK Lalramdinpuia


Loisi Hunlawmawmi
M Ruthi

Annual Sports 2019

Annual sports were held at Aizawl Lammual on 25-26 April 2019. Everyone from Class V upwards was able to participate in a variety of sporting activities and had a great time representing their various houses and making new friends from different classes, which is especially important at the beginning of the academic session.

The confined classes (KG-Cl IV) spent just one day of sports very successfully in the school hall. Every child was able to take part and had a memorable day. The second day was spent holding a parents-teachers meeting.

Schoolbags Donated to Bethany Colony Leprosy Association

We are pleased to be able to show pictures of our DIS schoolbags being received by students at the school organised by the Bethany Colony Leprosy Association in Andhra Pradesh. The children who attend live in the colony because their parents or other relatives are still suffering from leprosy and the Association provides such families with a means to survive.

Pastor Emmanuel of the Laymen’s Evangelical Fellowship has been responsible for bringing the Colony to the attention of our school in the past, and he recently established a formal relationship between the Colony and the Leprosy Mission branch in Mizoram, who now take an active role in looking after the community.

The community and the school have many needs, especially for workers, but when the need for schoolbags was expressed we were delighted to be able to contribute in a small way to the ministry that goes on there.

Easter Youth Retreat

It’s not every year that Easter falls within the school session, and every time it happens we try to provide the hostellers with an interesting way to spend the special holiday. This year, after just one week at the hostel, we sent all the hostellers to stay over at the Synod Conference Centre for an Easter Youth Retreat organised by Pastor Emmanuel of the Laymen’s Evangelical Fellowship. We have a long-standing relationship with Pastor Emmanuel and we believe the hostellers gained a lot from the retreat. They had teaching from guest preachers from outside Mizoram, praise and worship led by our very own Sir Toshi, our new hostel warden-cum-chaplain, and they had the chance to experience a few nights in the city with their new friends.