St. George Higher Secondary School Kattappana

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St. George Higher Secondary School Kattappana
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St. George Higher Secondary School Kattappana is located in Kerala
St. George Higher Secondary School Kattappana
St. George Higher Secondary School Kattappana is located in India
St. George Higher Secondary School Kattappana
Kerala
India
Coordinates 9°44′53″N 77°06′47″E / 9.748°N 77.113°E / 9.748; 77.113Coordinates: 9°44′53″N 77°06′47″E / 9.748°N 77.113°E / 9.748; 77.113
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St. George HSS Kattappana is a combined primary and secondary school. It is situated in the centre of Kattappana, Kerala, India. The school is managed by the Syro-Malabar Catholic Diocese of Kanjirappally. The Kerala State school code is 06026.[1]

History[edit]

St. George's was started by the St. George Forene church in 1959. The founder of the school was Fr. Alexander Vayalunkal. Sri E.T. Varkey was the first Head Master. The school was upgraded to Higher Secondary School in 1998. Smt. Marykutty Thomas was the first principal of the school, followed by Sri. MC Chandy. Sr. Mollyamma Sebastian was the first official principal of the school, since the government sanctioned the principal posts in 2006. The present principal is Sri. Joseph Kurian.[2]

Uniformed organisations[edit]

A senior division of 16 Kerala Battalion National Cadet Corps operates in this school with an allotted strength of 52 cadets.

St. George is a member of the Student Police Cadet scheme.[3]

Career guidance and counselling[edit]

The District Centre of Career Guidance and Counselling of the Higher Secondary Education Department is based at this school.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Higher Secondary Schools - Idukki". State of Kerala. Retrieved 16 November 2011. 
  2. ^ "'Where experience drives excellence...'". St. George HSS Kattappana official website. Retrieved 16 November 2011. 
  3. ^ "Five Idukki schools to take part in SPC scheme". The Hindu. 10 August 2010. Retrieved 16 November 2011. 
  4. ^ "Guidance centres for students". The Hindu. 21 September 2008. Retrieved 16 November 2011. 

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