The school collects fee for 10 months, from June to March. The fee remittance can be made in a single installment as annual fees, or in three installments as term fees. In case of no-remittance of fees, the name of the student will be removed from the roll and he or she will not be readmitted without special permission of Principal, paying a readmission fee of Rs.350/-.The fee structure will be available in the Administration Office and will be published on the notice board.All dues have to be cleared for each term, in order to obtain the ‘Dues Cleared- Certificate’ and ‘Examination Admission Card’, for appearing for the Summative Assessments 1 & 2.Annual FeesThe total tuition fees for 10 months from June to March can be remitted as one time installment in April, by availing a discount of 5%.Term FeesThe first term fees can be remitted by the end of May; and with a fine of, Rs.50/- after June 15 up to June 30, and Rs.100/- in July, and thereafter with a readmission fees of Rs.350/-The second term fees can be remitted in September; and with a fine of, Rs.50/- in October, and Rs.100/- in November, and thereafter with a readmission fees of Rs.350/-.The third term fees can be remitted in January; and with a fine of, Rs.50/- after February 15 up to February 28, and Rs.100/- after February 28.Bus FeesFor those students availing the school bus transportation facility, the bus fees shall be remitted in a single installment along with the Annual fees or in three installments along with the term fees.
Mount Carmel has its inception as long back in the years1934 intended for education of girls. An era when women education was not so popular. The founders of this vidhyalaya are the Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa, a woman religious congregation started by mother Tresa of St.Rose of Lima. The school, started in Kanjikuzhy in the outskirts of Kottyam Town, had a humble beginning with 15 students and 3 teachers under the leadership of Mother Claire,. The first Bishop of the Diocese of Vijayapuram Dr. Bonaventura Arana OCD of happy memory rendered all support and blessings for this noble Endeavour. Along with Mother Claire Rev.Sisters Aloysius, Dennis, Ananciata, Stanislaus and MotherGabriel were the pioneer co-workers of the school. It was in 1947 when India freed herself from the foreign rule that Mount Carmel was elevated to the status of a High Scholl. Now in 2007 when our country celebrates the 60th year of Independence, Mount Carmel also gloriously celebrates the Diamond Jubilee of the school becoming a High School. The school is under the Corporate Educational Agency of the Diocese of Vijayapuram.