St Michael’s Anglo-Indian Higher Secondary School is one of the very old schools of Kerala. In 2015, we celebrated the 150th Jubilee of the school. In the recent past the infrastructural facilities of the school have considerably improved. At the same time in order to convert the school into global standards, we have a long way to go and lots of projects have to be completed. This change requires huge investments in different areas. In the present situation the school can’t achieve this without the support of the former students and well-wishers. So the management is making an appeal to everyone especially our alumni and well-wishers to support us in the great venture of developing the school into global standards. The management has envisaged some projects which are the immediate requirements of the school. Dear friends, kindly contribute generously towards this noble venture. Your help, big or small will be accepted with deep gratitude.
Principal Fr John FrancisSJ
Manager Fr Dominic Madathaniyil SJ