St. George's Grammar School (Hyderabad)

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St. George's Grammar School
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Gunfoundry, Abids,


School typeChristian missionary
MottoPerseverantia Omnia Vincit
(Perseverance Conquers All Things)
Patron saint(s)St. George
Founded1834; 186 years ago (1834)
FounderBritish Officers, Nizam of Hyderabad
School districtHyderabad
OversightMedak Diocese, Church of South India
Medium of languageEnglish
Campus typeUrban
School colour(s)Maroon and Grey
AccreditationICSE, ISC

St. George's Grammar School is a private school located at Abids, Hyderabad. It is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations.


The school was established in 1834, named "Hyderabad Residency School" to cater to the educational needs of the children of the British community serving the government in Hyderabad. It is the oldest English medium school of the city and one of the oldest in India.[1]

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  5. ^ "A birthday special on KTR." Retrieved 19 August 2018.
  6. ^ Reddy, Captain Pandu Ranga. "Meet Abid Hasan, Hyderabadi who gave 'Jai Hind' slogan". Retrieved 19 August 2018.