Marimallappa High School

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Marimallappa's High School
Marimallappa's High School, Mysore (1890s) by an unknown photographer, from the Curzon Collection's 'Souvenir of Mysore Album'.jpg
Main building (1890)
Address
Seetha Vilas Road, Krishnaraja Mohalla,

,
570024

Coordinates12°18′23″N 76°38′47″E / 12.30639°N 76.64639°E / 12.30639; 76.64639Coordinates: 12°18′23″N 76°38′47″E / 12.30639°N 76.64639°E / 12.30639; 76.64639
Information
TypeGovernment-Aided, Private School
Founded1876
HeadteacherS MAMTA HARIKRISHNA
Teaching staff33 teaching staff (2016-2017)
Average class size15x20 average class size
LanguageEnglish and Kannada medium
CampusUrban

Marimallappa's High School, Mysore, India, was founded by Sri Gurikar Marimallappa (1818–1871) as a domestic school, the founding of which was backed by Maharaja Chamarajendra Wadiyar X. The school later became a part of Marimallappa's Educational Institution in 1876, as his legacy.

Description[edit]

The school achieved a 99.86% pass rate in the SSLC examinations in 2009,[1] including a girl who scored the highest in Karnataka.[2][3] The school competes with nearby Sadvidya Pathashala for the best exam results.[4] The school won the ACUK Mysore Form’s inter-school cricket tournament in 2008.

Subsidiaries[edit]

  • Marimallappa's Higher Primary School
  • Marimallappa's Pre-University College
  • Marimallappa's Evening College
  • Marimallappa's College of Business Management and Science
  • Marimallappa Marimallamma Women's Arts and Commerce College

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Schools fare better than last year". Times of India. 2 May 2009. Retrieved 12 December 2009.
  2. ^ "Mysore girl takes top slot by one mark". The Hindu. 29 May 2009. Retrieved 12 December 2009.
  3. ^ "Mysore girl is topper in SSLC". Times of India. 29 May 2009. Retrieved 12 December 2009.
  4. ^ Maramkal, M B (11 May 2009). "Colleges in race for better results". Times of India. Retrieved 12 December 2009.