St. Francis Anglo-Indian Girls School

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Coordinates: 10°59′44.88″N 76°58′18.48″E / 10.9958000°N 76.9718000°E / 10.9958000; 76.9718000 St Francis Anglo-Indian Girls High School is an all-girls Catholic private school for classes pre-K through 10th in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. It is located on Trichy road in a 3-school complex with Its sister schools are St.Joseph and St. Marys. It is a highly prestigious school and one of the oldest schools in Coimbatore.

History[edit]

The school was established in 1898 by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, a Franciscan order in India founded by Sister Helene de Chappotin, better known as Mother Mary Of The Passion.

Houses[edit]

The school's regular colors are navy blue and white. The students are grouped into four houses, named after precious stones.

Uniform[edit]

School uniforms for regular days consist of a navy blue pleated Pinafore, navy blue belt, black shoes, navy blue socks and a white collared shirt. The sports uniform worn two days a week comprises a pleated skirt in a color of the house, white collared shirt, white socks and white sneakers.

Student Life[edit]

Each classroom has almost 50 students. The school begins at 9:00 AM and ends at 3:50 PM with eight 40-minute classes each day.