The St. Pius X English school started functioning under the auspices of the Congregation of Teresian Carmelite Sisters, with promoting high quality English education for students in and around the high range.

            The Servant of God Mother Eliswa,  is the foundress of the Congregation of Teresian Carmelites (CTC). She was an epitome of simple, humble, obedient and selfless service. She was born in Vyppissery family in Cochin, Kerala. The dynamic faith and daring hope of Mother Eliswa blossomed into active love for the poor and the marginalized. She was the first religious sister in Kerala who received a special charisma in favour of the Kerala Church. Education was denied to the low caste people especially the girls education was not prevalent and it was restricted in home. It was in this atmosphere, Mother Eliswa emerged as the foundress of the first indigenous religious Congregation for women in Kerala. She was committed to women empowerment and made the women of her time to be self reliant and were adequately trained to carry out the functions of a good mother. Mother Eliswa was declared as the servant of God on May 31, 2008. She remained as a humble instrument of God and led a deep prayerful life which made her to initiate many good deeds. God does not call the qualified, but He qualifies the called. Mother Eliswa, the foundress of CTC, proved it by living it. Let us imbibe her true spirit and love of God in our life too and seek her intercession.