The Montfort Brothers of St.Gabriel  is an international organisation working in over 32 countries in the world. They are mainly engaged in the educational field. Montfort School is a branch of the Brothers of St.Gabriel Educational Society which has its headquarters at Pune, India. Montfort School Nalgonda was established in the year 2015-16 under the banner of Montfort Brothers of St.Gabriel Educational Society with the Motto ‘Soar to Excel’. Rev. Bro. Vincent Reddy was the Founder Principal who held the reign of administration along with Rev. Bro. Lourdu Raj. Montfort School is a co- educational institution which started its journey by admitting a strength of 262 students on its roll with classes from Nursery to class II. Ten qualified teachers were appointed . Rev. Bro. Lourdu Raj was the Principal and Rev. Bro. Arun Prakash was the correspondent from the year 2016-2019. During this period the Strength of the school shot up to 826 students and staff strength increased to 33. Rev. Bro. George Joseph took over the correspondent-ship in the year 2019 and Rev. Bro. Bakthinathan as the Principal from 2019 to 2021. After Rev.Bro.Bakthinathan, Rev.Bro.Joseph B. took the charge as a Principal and Rev.Bro.Vincent Mendonza as the Correspondent. At present the school has reached up to X standard and the strength has increased to 1085 students with 51 staff members. The theme of the year for 2021-22 is chosen as  “Nurture – Nature” . It is our endeavour to keep up the motto ‘Soar to Excel’ in letter and spirit. Montfort School has begun to spread its wings and Soar high in the sky.
           Our vision is to make every child become independent learners, be inspired, be challenged and empowered. We work collaboratively to ensure that every student achieves academically, socially, spiritually & emotionally. We believe in empowering & inspiring all students to excel in life. For us every student counts and every moment matters. We make each and every child to think globally and act locally.  “The harder we work, the smarter we get”.  We want our students to empower themselves and become life long learners.