Lisieux Matriculation Higher Secondary School

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Coordinates: 11°1′18.01″N 76°56′35.59″E / 11.0216694°N 76.9432194°E / 11.0216694; 76.9432194

Lisieux MHSS, Coimbatore
Lisieux School.jpg
Saibaba colony, Coimbatore - 641 011.
Type Private
Motto Life and Light
Founded 1972
Founders Carmelites of Mary Immaculate
Principal Rev.Fr. Philips Pontheckan.
Classes Junior KG, Senior KG, 1 to 12

The Lisieux Matriculation Higher Secondary School is a high school in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India, founded in 1972 by Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI) of the Preshitha Province and owned by the Little Flower Education Society. It is a boys-only school.[1] The motto is 'Life and Light'.

Lisieux International School with ICSE board is situated within the campus containing classes from LKG to IV. The inter-state basketball tournament 2014 was conducted at the school. Narain Karthikeyan was the chief guest and he inaugurated the tournament.

The school ground during sports day


  • Rev.Fr. George Hadrian - 1972-77
  • Rev.Fr. Edward -1977-79, taught Physics at the school in 1977.
  • Rev.Fr. Thomas Prakash - 1979-80
  • Rev.Fr. Zachaeus - 1980-83
  • Rev.Fr. Francis Thaivalappil - 1983-93
  • Rev.Fr. Panthan Anickal George Martiadoss - 1993-99
  • Rev.Fr. Elinjickal Xavier - 1999-08
  • Rev.Fr. Manjaly Varghese - 2008-11
  • Rev.Fr. Philips Pontheckan - 2011-present


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