St. Thomas Convent School, Palakkad
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St Thomas School is a convent English Medium school located in Palakkad, Kerala, India. It is a Catholic Educational Institution established in 1964 by the Sisters of Marian Province of the Congregation of the Holy Family, founded by Blessed Mother Mariam Thressia, and is run by Holy Family sisters.
The school is situated 6 km away from Palakkad. The building that houses the classrooms covers an approximate area of 5 acres with no discrimination over space allocation between boys and girls. The school has a Primary School building, High School building and higher secondary building. The campus playing fields are the Middle field for games and sports, and the Top field for recreation, breaks and picnics. The school has a basketball court.
There is an open-air auditorium in which the house shows, debates, quizzes and cultural performances are staged. Extracurricular subjects such as art and sculpture are taught in workshops. There is also a large playground and garden situated on the school campus. There is large statue of Saint Thomas along with a Christian Church in the school campus. The school publishes an annual school magazine, titled Tharangam.