Hawksworth Junior school was established on the Tholassery hills , the cradle of modern education in Thiruvalla and nearby places in 1987 sponsored by CSI St Thomas church.The  school was founded in memory of Rev. John Hawksworth, one of the pioneer CMS missionaries who served the Thiruvalla region in mid 19th century. During his tenure in Thiruvalla he had  built a bungalow where Hawksworth Junior school was started with 31 kids in KG. Mrs Annie Mathew was in charge of the School In 1993 the school reached the level of Std IV and at this time a children’s park was constructed .In 1995 the school was renamed HAWKSWORTH VIDYAPITH  and it was decided to upgrade the school to the secondary level. Dr John John P. was given charge as Director of the school and he started the preliminaries for the upgradation . The school also owned a van for the transportation of the children. In 1996, the vicar of CSI St Thomas church  and the committee members took steps to strengthen and renovate the Hawkswoth Bungalow and the necessary maintenance work was done. Also a new van was bought to facilitate transportation. In 1998,Mr Thomas P Athyal  was appointed as Principal. In 2001 the  school obtained N.O.C. from Kerala Govt. and temporary  affiliation to the  Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.  The ground floor was completed and the Principal’s office and High school classes were shifted to the new building in 2004 .Mr Abraham George took  charge as Principal in 2004  and  the school got permanent affiliation .Thus from humble beginnings the school has become a prominent educational centre in Thiruvalla. We presented our first batch for ICSE in 2005 which came out in flying colours with cent percent pass, a great credit for a fledgling school. All the nine batches so far have followed suit bringing laurels to the school.

  The first floor of the new building was completed  in 2012and dedicated by the Rt. Rev. Thomas K. Oommen  Bishop of the Diocese and the Rt. Rev. Thomas Samuel, our former Bishop.  Many of the classes and all the laboratories were shifted to the new block. The class rooms here are very spacious and also provide room for expansion.