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Name of the School 

Kuriakose Elias Schools, Mannanam

Manager  

Rev. Fr. James Thayil CMI

Local Manager & Principal  

Rev. Fr. James Mullassery CMI

Vice Principal & Bursar  

Rev. Fr. Thomas mannooparampil CMI

Headmaster

Mr. Shaji George

Different units of the school came into existance as given below:

16th July 1991  

Kuriakose Elias Higher Secondary School (State Board)

7th June 2000  

Kuriakose Elias English Medium School (ICSE Board)

1st June 1995  

Kuriakose Elias Kindergarten

June 2003  

Kuriakose Elias Day Care Centre

1st September 1999  

Kuriakose Elias Boarding House

2nd June 2002  

Suvidhya Bhavan (Hostel for Girls)

Chavara Institute of Educational Research and Training (CIERT)

The first batch of students appeared for the SSLC Examination in 1995.  Since then, by God's Grace the school secured cent percent results with a large number of distinctions.  The school takes due pride in its students who are well placed in key positions (at different walks of life) around the world.

It is our privilege to state that our school was in the first list of schools that obtained Govt. sanction to have the plus two level education in the unaided sector.

Total No. of Students  

1400

Class details  

4 divisions each from KG to XII

Teacher - Student Ratio  

20:1

Total No. of Teaching staff  

70

Total No. of Non-Teaching staff 

24

  

It is an unaided and self-financing English Medium School recognized by the Govt. of Kerala.

  

It imparts instruction to boys and girls at the school level.

  

The school follows both Kerala State Syllabus and ICSE Syllabus.

  

Boarding and lodging facility is provided for both boys and girls.

  

School buses provide transportation facility.

  

Well-equipped Science Labs, Computer Lab with internet facilities, Computerized Library, Audio -visual Lab, Language Lab etc.

  

Sports Hostel for Basektball, Volleyball and Athletics.

  

Registered units of NCC, Bharat Scouts and Guides, Indian Junior Red Cross Society etc.

  

Guidance and Counseling Cell for students and parents.

  

Student's co-curricular activity helps to develop his dormant talents.

  

A well-functioning Parent-Teacher-Association.

  

Periodic scholastic assessments and remedial teaching.

  

Enrichment through field trips and outdoor extension camps.

  

Awareness of global communities and socio-cultural dimensions through twinning programmes.

  

Publication of literary works of students in leading newspapers and periodicals.

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