De Britto Higher Secondary School

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
De Britto Higher Secondary School
Thirupur Main Road, Ramanagar
Devakottai, Tamil Nadu
India 630 302
TypeJesuit, Catholic
MottoTowards Liberation
Together with the Poor
DenominationAll faiths
Established1943; 76 years ago (1943)
PresidentJoseph Kennedy
HeadmasterAugustine John Peter
Teaching staff60
Grades9 – 12
GenderAll boy
Enrollment2300, 1100 hostelers

De Britto Higher Secondary School is a Jesuit school in Ramnagar, Devakottai, in Sivagangai District of Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the institutions of Jesuit Madurai Province. The school is named after the Jesuit John de Britto. It is a State Board school.[1]


De Britto was established in 1943 with a view to cater to the needs of the people in the low rung of the society.[2] It received permanent recognition in 1947 and was upgraded to higher secondary in 1978.[3]


  1. ^ "De Britto Higher Secondary School". School Square. Retrieved 2018-03-13.
  2. ^ "Debritto School Devakottai". Retrieved 2017-08-24.
  3. ^ "Debritto School - About Us". Retrieved 2017-08-24.

Coordinates: 9°57′56.12″N 78°48′22.24″E / 9.9655889°N 78.8061778°E / 9.9655889; 78.8061778