In a burst of laughter and creativity, the kindergarten section of the Ocean Fun Week Summer Camp, held on April 15th and 16th, experienced a delightful array of activities that sparked joy and imagination among the young participants. Under the guidance of their teachers, the children immersed themselves in a range of engaging activities, including crafting with coconut leaves and baby coconuts. From imaginative sculptures to intricately woven designs, the campers showcased their creativity and dexterity, turning natural materials into works of art. Adding rhythm and melody to the festivities, action songs echoed throughout the campgrounds, infusing the atmosphere with energy and enthusiasm. With laughter and cheerful voices filling the air, the two-day event became a celebration of youthful spirit and camaraderie.

Reflecting on the success of the Ocean Fun Week Summer Camp, organizers expressed satisfaction in providing a platform for children to explore, create, and connect in a vibrant and nurturing environment. Parents, too, lauded the initiative for its ability to foster creativity and social interaction among the youngest members of the community.


The event organized by the Akhila Kerala Balajana Sakhyam Union in MBOS sounds like a vibrant celebration of community and culture. Led by President  Aron Binoy and Secretary Aleena J(students of MBOS), it's evident that their leadership played a crucial role in bringing together residents of all ages. The diverse range of activities and presentations showcased during the event, under the expert coordination of Mr. Yohannankutty, would have provided attendees with a rich and engaging experience. The inauguration ceremony, presided over by Mr. Digson Ebnesor (Cine-artist), would have set a meaningful tone for the event, and Dr. M K P Roy's felicitation speech emphasizing unity and collaboration would have resonated deeply with the audience. It's wonderful to hear that throughout the event, attendees had the opportunity to explore various aspects of local culture and tradition, thanks to sessions like Mr. Lal's enlightening discussion on Nadan Pattu and Mr.Raj Mohan's engaging presentation on the importance of friendships. The inclusion of children in the festivities, with Mr. Thomas organizing tailored games and activities, demonstrating a commitment to engaging and enriching all members of the community. Additionally, Mr. George Jacob's recognition of the winners of the painting competition and his imparting of knowledge about folk songs would have added a special touch to the event, especially for the younger participants. Overall, the event serves as a testament to the Akhila Kerala Balajana Sakhyam Union's dedication to promoting cultural heritage and fostering community bonds. The gratitude expressed by attendees reflects the success of their efforts, and their anticipation of future gatherings speaks to the positive impact such events have on the community.


In a remarkable feat, MBOS has emerged as a frontrunner in the realm of Nalla Padam activities, securing an esteemed 'A' grade amidst stiff competition from over 140 schools. This commendable achievement underscores the dedication and prowess of the school's students and faculty. From innovative projects to impactful community initiatives, the school's engagement and dedication shone brightly, earning it accolades and recognition. The attainment of this coveted A grade not only signifies MBOS 's commitment to holistic education but also serves as a testament to its unwavering pursuit of excellence. The success achieved by MBOS in the Nalla Padam activities is a collective triumph, made possible through the collaborative efforts of students, teachers, staff, and administration. Their dedication, creativity, and hard work have been instrumental in propelling the school to this remarkable milestone.


The "Fruit Day Extravaganza" on 27th February 2024, was a resounding success, leaving a lasting impression on all who attended and fostering a love for nutritious foods and imaginative play among the young participants. The event, featured a variety of activities centered around fruits, left a lasting impression on both students and attendees. Young learners enthusiastically participated by bringing an assortment of fruits, which were skillfully crafted into a delicious fruit salad. Additionally, the children showcased their creativity by donning handmade fruit-themed crowns, adding an extra touch of color and fun to the festivities. The program included interactive and educational activity sessions focused on fruits, engaging the children in learning about the importance of healthy eating habits in a playful manner. The "Fruit Day Extravaganza" proved to be a memorable and enriching experience for all involved, reinforcing the importance of nutritious foods and fostering a love for learning in the young minds of MBOS.


In a solemn ceremony,Rev. Fr. Joseph Thottathilkadayil presided over the blessing of school. The event was a momentous occasion for the school community, symbolizing its dedication to providing a nurturing and spiritually enriching environment for its students. Holy water was sprinkled on the school building, buses, and classrooms, signifying their consecration and sanctification.


In a poignant ceremony on 14th February 2024, marking a significant milestone in the academic journey of 10th standard students, school auditorium was brimming with anticipation and reverence. The event, held to distribute hall tickets and offer prayer blessings, commenced with a warm welcome from the class teacher, who extended heartfelt greetings to the assembled students, teachers, and parents. Following the welcoming address, the atmosphere turned reverent as our manager Re.Fr. Joseph Thottathilkadayil and principal Re.Sr. Ancy Joseph stepped forward to lead the gathering in prayer. With solemnity and grace, they invoked divine blessings upon the students, seeking guidance, wisdom, and success as they prepared to face their upcoming board examinations. Manager Re. Fr. Joseph Thottatilkadayil, in his address, emphasized the significance of this moment in the students' lives and urged them to approach their examinations with diligence and determination. As the prayer concluded, the distribution of hall tickets commenced, symbolizing the official commencement of the board examination process. As the ceremony drew to a close, the principal extended gratitude to all who contributed to the success of the event, acknowledging the collective effort and support that made the day memorable. With hall tickets in hand and hearts uplifted by prayers and blessings, the 10th-standard students are poised to embark on their board examinations with confidence and determination.


MBOS facilitated an exam-oriented counseling session on February 2nd 2024 aimed to alleviate stress and anxiety while imparting effective study strategies.During the interactive session, Sister Rositt emphasized the importance of time management, proper revision techniques, and maintaining a healthy balance between studies and relaxation.Sister Rositt provided emotional support, encouraging students to believe in themselves and their abilities. Furthermore, Sister Rositt urged students to approach their examinations with a positive mindset, emphasizing the significance of self-belief and perseverance. The session concluded with students expressing gratitude for Sister Rositt's invaluable guidance, leaving them motivated and well-prepared to tackle their exams with renewed vigor.


In a remarkable display of talent and dedication, Chirattakonam Mar Baselios 'Oceanus Balajanasakyam' emerged victorious in Sargotsava, securing the coveted first place overall trophy. Vettikavala Union Balajanasakyam showcased exceptional performance, earning the maximum points in the competition. The spirited display of skills and enthusiasm by the members of 'Oceanus Balajanasakyam,' namely Shibi John and Jeeja T S, propelled them to the forefront of the event.The prestigious award was presented by Dr. M K P Roy, the Convener of Vettikavala Union, and Mr. K Krishnakumar, the Headmaster of Thalachira Government High School. It serves as an inspiration to aspiring participants and reaffirms the importance of nurturing talent and fostering a spirit of healthy competition within the community.


Mar Baselios Ocean Star School,observed the 73rd Republic Day with a notable flag hoisting ceremony, graced by the esteemed presence of Reverend Father Mathews, the principal Mar Baselios Ocean Star School, Maruthamanpally,, who served as the guest of honor for the occasion. Sister Little Theras also attended the ceremony, adding a touch of reverence to the proceedings.The ceremony, conducted with solemnity and dignity, witnessed the unfurling of the national flag amidst a gathering of students, faculty, and staff. Against the backdrop of the school grounds, the tricolor fluttered proudly, symbolizing the spirit of unity and patriotism.


In a spectacular display of festivity, the 23rd annual celebration of Fiesta Crystals unfolded as the school adorned itself with vibrant lights, creating a mesmerizing atmosphere. The chief guest of the day, Very Rev Fr. Thomas Kayyalackal, along with renowned cine artist Mr. Sharath Das, graced the occasion with their presence. The festivities commenced with a grand lamp lighting ceremony, symbolizing the enlightening spirit of the event. All dignitaries, including the esteemed chief guest, participated in this significant moment. Adding a musical touch to the celebration, Mr. Sharath Das captivated the audience with a soulful song, creating an atmosphere filled with joy and harmony. The event also featured a prize distribution ceremony, recognizing outstanding achievements within the school community. Students and faculty alike were acknowledged for their excellence and contributions. The atmosphere was charged with excitement as accolades were presented to deserving recipients. Beyond the formalities, the celebration offered a plethora of entertainment programs, showcasing the diverse talents within the school. From cultural performances to engaging activities, the audience was treated to a variety of enjoyable moments.

KIDS FEST 2023-24

Kids Fest 2023-24 unfolded as a remarkable event on January 20, 2024. Organized with precision and flair by Kollam Sahodaya, the fest proved to be a beacon for budding talents from Kindergarten to 2nd grade.The grand celebration was inaugurated by Re Fr Bovas Mathew, the esteemed president of Kollam Sahodaya, setting the stage for an exceptional showcase of creativity and skill. This event served as a unique platform for the youngest participants, allowing them to shine and express their talents in various domains. With enthusiastic participation from 11 schools, the fest became a melting pot of talent, fostering a spirit of camaraderie and healthy competition. Parents, teachers, and students alike marveled at the captivating exhibits, performances, and artistic expressions that graced the fest. The success of Kids Fest 2023-24 not only marked a triumph for the young talents but also showcased the dedication and commitment of Kollam Sahodaya in fostering a nurturing environment for holistic development among the future leaders of tomorrow.


The Christmas celebration at MBOS was a resounded success , fostering a sense of togetherness and joy. The combination of a distinguished chief guest , captivating students performances and festive decorations created a lasting memories for everyone involved. To the delight of the younger students , Santa Claus made a surprise appearance , distributing sweets. We were honored to have the Chief Guest Rev Fr. Vinoj Vargheese who shared inspiring words about the importance of unity, kindness and spreading joy during the holiday season. The creativity and enthusiasm displayed by the students added a special touch to the event.


As a part of Christmas charity program, MBOS visited Thannal Buds School at Thalachira. Along with students, Our Manager, Principal and Teachers took part in this occasion. Students from our school and Buds school presented various cultural programs. Our students distributed cakes as a part of festive traditions . It's a joyful way to share the spirit of the season and create memorable moments with Buds family.


Adoor Engineering College orchestrated a full-day workshop at the Institute of Human Resources Development (IHRD), Adoor. The workshop, tailored for students from classes 6 to 9, unfolded as a vibrant platform for interactive education and hands-on experiences. The event, held at the prestigious IHRD campus, witnessed a lively gathering of students eager to explore the realms of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).Throughout the day, students actively participated in a diverse range of engaging sessions, including interactive demonstrations, experiments, and discussions facilitated by educators and professionals from Adoor Engineering College.


Annual Sports Day celebrations, commenced on November 24th and continued on November 30 and December 1st. The grand inauguration, led by our manager lighting the Deepa Shikha, symbolizing the beginning of a tri-day extravaganza dedicated to sportsmanship and unity. Adding to the spectacle, the Sports Day festivities commenced with a spectacular March Past, featuring participants from four dynamic houses. Bedecked in their distinctive house colors, participants showcased precision and unity, capturing the attention and applause of onlookers. The vibrant March Past set the stage for an array of sports events that unfolded over the course of the three days. As the days progressed, participants exhibited remarkable sportsmanship, competing with enthusiasm and determination. The three-day extravaganza concluded with a grand finale, where outstanding performances were recognized and honored. The award ceremony added a touch of prestige to the event, acknowledging excellence in both individual and team efforts


In a benevolent gesture under the banner of the Nallapadam Charity, a philanthropic initiative took center stage by delivering over 1000 parcel meals to Aashraya Kalayapuram and an additional 60 parcels to Ammamadam in Kokkadu. The initiative sought to address immediate food needs and contribute to the well-being of those in need.


MBOS, celebrated Children's Day on November 14th with a dynamic series of engaging activities. The festivities kicked off with a House Wise Rally, where students came together in a spirited display of unity and camaraderie. Each house showcased their unique colors and themes, adding a splash of vibrancy to the celebration. Adding an educational touch to the celebration, MBOS has organized interactive workshops aimed at stimulating the young minds of the students.


In a concerted effort to address the pressing issue of drug abuse, the Government of Kerala, conducted an awareness class on November 13th at 2:00 PM. The initiative aims to enlighten the public on the detrimental effects of drug abuse and promote a healthier and drug-free society. There was a display of mobile science exploratory (P N Panicker Foundation) for all the students. The awareness class served as a platform for the students to share valuable insights, information, and preventive measures to combat the menace of drug abuse. Sajeevam, a government- driven initiative, has been at the forefront of various health and awareness programs, emphasizing the importance of a drug- free lifestyle.


Our school organized an exhibition, “FUSION FANTASIA” on 11th November 2023. A food fest, 3D show, lucky games etc were structured along with it. All the students participated and contributed in the exhibition. Our honorable Manager, Rev. Fr. Joseph Thottathilkadayil delivered an opening speech inspiring the young minds for their contribution. The exhibition, which commenced at 10 am was open to all the parents and students. The principal Rev. Sr. Ancy Joseph announced that the top three exhibits would be given prizes. The students showcased a range of models including automated irrigation system, water purification systems, chandrayan-3 and a lot of other working models. In addition to it, the students prepared still models, chart work.Presentations, Collection antiques, art and craft, drawings and paintings etc. After a keen observation and careful evaluation, the best exhibits from each category were selected. The winners were awarded with medals and certificates


In a vibrant display of cultural pride, school celebrated Kerala Piravi on November 1, emphasizing the importance of the Malayalam language through various activities such as recitations, speeches, and poetry sessions. The occasion, which commemorates the formation of the state of Kerala, took on a new dimension this year as educational institutions actively encouraged students to express their love for Malayalam through creative means.


The entire MBOS community came together on the morning of October 31st to offer an interfaith prayer for peace in the midst of the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict. Students, teachers, and staff gathered to illuminate the surroundings with a collective symbol of hope. Students, bearing candles, stood together to send a powerful message advocating for a peaceful resolution to the conflict. As the flames flickered in unison, the school community expressed its heartfelt wishes for peace in the region. The event not only showcased the collective empathy of the school but also served as a poignant reminder of the importance of compassion and unity in the face of global challenge.


Students from MBOS embarked on a meaningful journey on October 10th to spread joy and support at Ammamadom Kokkadu, Buds School Thalachira, and Ashraya Kalayapuram. The visit aimed to foster connections and provide a day of fun- filled activities for differently-abled children. As part of their philanthropic mission, the visiting students not only entertained but also extended a helping hand by distributing food packets and essential items to address the immediate needs of the residents by making a positive impact on the lives of those in need.


In a series of enriching tours, students from MBOS embarked on educational adventures, expanding their horizons and gaining valuable insights. The kindergarten students from KG and the younger students of grades I to V went to Green Valley Adoor on October 9th and 19th , paving the way for an exciting learning experience.

Students from grades VI to VIII embarked on a captivating journey to Kochi, exploring the cultural richness of Water Metro Marine Drive, the historical charm of Mattancherry Palace, and the captivating exhibits at Folklore Museum and Bolgatty Palace.

Taking the spirit of exploration to the next level, students of grades IX and X embarked on a three-day tour to Mysore. The students immersed themselves in the royal ambiance of Mysore, exploring its iconic landmarks and historical sites.


MBOS took a significant step towards a cleaner and healthier environment as it observed Bagless Day on October 3rd. The day not only emphasized the importance of maintaining a clean school environment but also featured informative awareness classes on health and hygiene. The initiative aimed at promoting a clean and green environment and educating students about the significance of personal health and hygiene. On Bagless Day, students left their school bags at home, symbolizing a commitment to reducing the use of non-biodegradable materials and promoting an eco-friendly lifestyle.The highlight of the day was the section-wise awareness classes conducted by teachers who took the opportunity to educate students about health and hygiene practices. Two health professionals, Miss Sheeja and Miss Reshmi, added expertise to the sessions, guiding students through demonstrations on maintaining healthy habits. They engaged students in a practical and informative demonstration on the proper technique for cleaning hands


Colours Day was celebrated on September 29th, transforming the school into a kaleidoscope of hues and happiness. The school premises echoed with laughter and excitement as the young learners, dressed in a spectrum of colours, participated in a day filled with engaging activities. The school radiated with vibrant decorations, featuring colourful balloons, streamers, and posters adorning classrooms and hallways.


The school recently conducted motivational sessions and an orientation program by Rev Sister Rossit for the staff in various aspects of the stress-relief initiative, emphasizing the importance of self-care and mental health awareness. The program highlighted practical approaches to managing stress and encouraged open discussions about well-being. Personalized counseling sessions are designed to provide staff members with a safe space to discuss and address individual concerns, facilitating a stress-free work environment.


Teachers day was organised on Sep 5th with incredible gusto and zeal by the students which was a pleasant surprise for all the teachers. Students expressed their gratitude and appreciation for their teachers on this day. Students took the roles of teachers as a symbolic gesture of appreciation and gratitude towards their educators. It allowed them to experience the responsibility and challenges faced by the teachers fostering deeper understanding of teaching profession.

ONAM 2023

MBOS celebrated Onam on 25th Aug amidst much fanfare involving staff and management. The celebration started with setting up of an attractive floral decoration ( Pookalam). The arrival of Mahabali amid the beats of Panchavadyam was well received by the audience. Another main attraction of the day was the traditional onam sadya and a variety of programmes by the students and staff.


MBOS celebrated Independence day on 15th Aug in a patriotic way. The day commenced with the flag hoisting ceremony which took place at 8.30 am presided by our Manager and Principal. A series of diverse cultural programmes unfolded, showcasing the rich heritage and talents of MBOS students.


The SRISHTI 2023- Arts fest , a vibrant display of creativity featured an array of writing competition on 9th Aug . The festivities were kicked off with a grand inauguration by cine artist Mr. Abilash Kottarakara, who added star power to the event. The colourful performance presented by students on these days added a dynamic and visually stunning elements to the arts feat leaving the audience enthralled.


A captivating session on religious unity , organised by the United Religious Initiative (URI) , Mr. Alexander Jacob IPS delivered a keynote address at KIPS school, Karickom. The event took place on 19th Aug delved into the importance of fostering harmony among religious communities. The programme was attended by the students of 8th and 9th grade.


Nallapadam is a vibrant social service initiative by the children of Ocean Star. The theme of Nallapadam 2023 is " Avoiding junk food and clean campus". the function of Nalapadam was inaugrated by our Manager & Prinicpal on 8th Aug . The children prepared gardens of medicinal plants and vegetables on both sides of school premises. the children had a good harvest . They contributed Rs 400 which they found through the auction sale of vegetables, to the charity fund of the school.


Oceanus Balajana Sakhyam was successfully inaugurated by Mr. K P Yohannan Kutty , the cheif Co-odinator of Vettikavala Union on 7th Aug at 9,30 a.m in the school auditorium. It reflects not only the schools commitment to academic excellence but also its vision to foster collaborative initiatives. The Students were selected for the following posts.

  • President : Ayushi Anil (IX)
  • Vice President : Mithika (VIII)
  • Secretary : Afsal Muhammad (IX)
  • Joint Secretary : Tharun G Pillai (VIII)
  • Treasurer : Johan Tiju (VIII)
  • Union Representative : Adwaith B K (IX)
  • Service Section Convener : Milan Vyas (VII)
  • Balika section Convener: Parvana (VII)


To address the pressing issue of drug abuse, MBOS witnessed an enlightening awareness programme on July 24th which was led by the esteemed resuource person Mrs. Sreemol, A Civil Excise Officer renowned for her commitment to community welfare. Her presentation included real world examples and practical advice, creating an impactful and educational experience for all participants.


MBOS conducted its school elections on July 10th with candidates hailing from grades 8th to 10th for leadership roles in a celebration of democratic values. The entire student community participated in the voting process casting their votes to elect the future representatives of the school. Following the announcement of results the newly elected leaders gathered to take the oath of office.

Following were the elected leaders .

  • Head boy : Ashish K Sam
  • Head Girl : Soofia S Yahiya
  • Education Minister : Betsy Mary Biju
  • Sports Club : Afsal Jafar & Staniya Mathew
  • Arts Club: Melbin T Linu & Alsana
  • Magazine Editor : Albin Sunny & Devananda R R
  • Farmers club : Levin Lowrance & Shivaganga G S


MBOS marked the International Day against Drug Abuse and illicit trafficking on June 26th. The school aimed to instill awareness among its students through a series of impactful activities like taking oath, displaying posters and giving speech. By addressing the issue at its core, the school aims to play a vital role in shaping a drug free future for its students.


MBOS Celebrated Yoga day on 21st JUN, 2023 with great enthusiasm. The Objective of this year celebration themed " Yoga for Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam" was to connect with a larger global community. A sum of 30 students comprising of both girls and boys demonstrated Surya Namaskar , and various asanas showing the strength of yoga and the flexibility on doing it with the help of yoga Trainer Mr. Chandra Mohan . The Head girl ( Soofiya S Yahiya) delivered a special message on the importance of yoga in our daily life.


National reading day was celebrated on 19th june 2023 to honor P N Narayana Panicker, the father of library movement in Kerala. A special assembly was conducted on that day and students participated in " Mass Reading" . These activities motivated participants to include reading in their daily schedules and also enjoy it. The reading King and Queen were selected from each category and was awarded.


Environment day was celebrated on June 5th 2023 in a meaningful way by understanding the importance of keeping our planet clean. As a part of environment day , planting of sapling was carried on school premises by the students. They were assisted by the chief guest of the day Rev Fr, C.C. John , our manager and principal of the school. Various activities were conducted for students to keep them aware of environmental issues and the ways to deal with them.


Resumption and Convocation ceremony was held on 31st May 2023 in the school auditorium with a great fervour and gaiety. The function commenced with lightening of lamp by our honorable Manager Rev. Fr, Joseph Thotathilkadayil , Principal  Rev Sr. Ancy Joseph and the chief guest of the day Rev Fr. Johnson Puthuvelil . The students welcomed gathering with a variety of entertainment programmes . The outgoing 10th batch was honoured for their dynamic hardwork leading to success. A spectacular welcome ceremony marked their transition into the arena of knowledge.


The matriculation result of CBSE was declared on May 12th 2023 and it has a splendid outcome. As the motto of the school is “ Build the Nation”, It clearly emphasises the molding of students in a better way. Out of 26 students 24 students have secured distinction and above 95%. Three students have scored full marks in various subjects. The might and main hardships of the faculty members has reflected in the results also.


Career Guidance class for 8th, 9th and 10th standard students was conducted in our school campus from 9.30 am to 4 pm on 8th May 2023 by the students of IEEE student branch of college of engineering, Adoor. There were three sessions namely –FUTURA 5.0- an interactive session on WiFi controlled car which motivates students towards engineering and technology, BLOOM- A hands on technical experience focused on encouraging students to gain knowledge and guidance towards various engineering domains and Hello IEEE conducted mainly by Mr. Flemin K Sony and Ms. Irene Alsa George. Lot of fun oriented activities and workshops were conducted. The ideas and innovation on the technology are creating a breakthrough in the whole society.


Kollam sahodaya in service training programme for teachers was held on April 29th at Karickam International Public School. The resource person was Mr. Joji Paul (Principal BenchMark International School, Tirur). The topic of the session was 21st century teaching learning techniques in which the ICT stands in front. The comprehensive output of the technical knowledge that a teacher must acquire was being provided very widely in this session. The unending thoughts and existing philosophies about the technology provides great knowledge. Most of the teachers from our school has participated in this session. It was beneficial and informative.

AKHILA KERALA BALAJANASAKHYAM –Personality Development Programme 2023-24

The Oceanus balajansakhyam conducted a personality development programme and was inaugurated by M.P Sajeeve (the president of Vettikavala Grama Panchayat) on 1st April 2023 at M.B.O.S , Chirattakonam. The function was presided by Mr. K.P. Yohannan Kutty( the chief- co-ordinator of Vettikavala Union) . The programme started with yoga at 8.00 am. Several club activities were conducted among students. This was a great moment for the students for fostering their abilities and capabilities.


Oceanus Balajanasakhyam Drawing Competition 2023 was held on Jan 14th from 9.00 a.m onwards at M.B.O.S , Chirattakonam. All the Students from L.K.G to 8th standard participated in the competition. Total four students from our school achieved Certificates and Trophies and others got consolation prizes.


TALENT HUNT SCHOLARSHIP EXAM 2023 -24 was held on 6th JAN 2023 at 10 a.m to 12 p.m . Total 215 students attended the examination. We are proud to announce that 28 students of our school acheived certificates and medals.