St. Joseph's Anglo-Indian Higher Secondary School - Perambur

4.1/5 Rating

St. Joseph's Anglo-Indian Higher Secondary School Information

  • Since : 1883
  • Category : International Schools
  • Strength : N/A
  • Pre School - 12
  • Board: ICSE
  • Co-Education

About St. Joseph's Anglo-Indian Higher Secondary School

St. Joseph's Anglo-Indian Higher Secondary School Reviews

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T Sayeeduddinshariff

Posted on March 18, 2024
Is this private school or government aided anyone please reply?
Pheebe McDonald

Posted on June 15, 2023
The best school! Was 2003 batch pass out! Almost 20 years now!! Does anybody have Ms Josephine’s contact? Ms Prema etc? Sister Philomena ?
Sayeeduddin Shariff

Posted on April 25, 2023
Is this school is matriculation or govt aided school? please share anybody
Kameshwaran G

Posted on April 25, 2023
Staff are not cooperative and not even sharing the child's results just we got the comment as pass but as parents we need to know the full details of my child how she performed in annual exam and fully focused on fees. Comparing fees or education school always prefer fees first and education second. Don't prefer this school to anyone.
Ashwin Achu

Posted on April 20, 2023
Very very worst and awful management and it would be Great if they can remove all the so called nuns with too much attitude and not at all GOD fearing. Too much money laundering in the name of donation.... too much boosting about their school, even though there nothing apart from their old and shakey building infrastructure.. Insulting people who's children parents are not educated, asking them make their children's join in govt school... Giving preference to people who have more money...

Posted on February 20, 2023
School is for faith and morals
jaya n

Posted on January 18, 2023
Hi. I want to enroll my daughter in 1st stnd in the coming academic year. Pls let me know the procedure to get form. I am not able to find it on their official website.
Susanna Vas

Posted on November 23, 2022
Being a Josephite for 12 years (2004-2016) was a mixed experience. • Sr. Denis (RIP), Sr. Agnela (RIP) and Sr. Victoria were godsends who exemplified true Christian leadership. • The higher secondary teachers were delightful and insightful professionals who respected their students’ transition to pre-adulthood and interacted with maturity. • The HSc teachers were open to challenging questions and fresh perspectives. • The campus architecture, with its numerous staircases, helped students get some great exercise. • St. Joseph’s students are easily the best dressed in the city with their classy red-piped grey pinafores, white blouses, red ties, and black leather shoes. • The importance of Catholic Doctrine, Value Education, monthly confession, and First Friday mass cannot be understated. • The computer labs were well-equipped and the faculty always lent a helping hand. • The support staff were warm, welcoming, and hardworking. They knew the fundamentals of electrical and mechanical work. • The basketball team is a feather in the school’s cap. • The birds, rabbits, and trees helped us foster a connection to nature. Unfortunately, being a student here came with its fair share of bad memories and negative experiences. • Despite it being an Anglo-Indian minority institution, Anglo-Indian culture is openly disrespected and heavily misunderstood. • Undeserving students were allowed to avail themselves of the midday meal scheme and other benefits. Background checks are of the essence. • Music, sports, art & craft, writing, and language-learning are put on the back burner once students reach middle school. • Students need more than just a compulsory hour in the library. • Rote learning was the norm. Originality, creativity, and curiosity were snuffed. • Outspokenness and verbal self-defence were misconstrued as disrespect. • You had the best chances of becoming a captain if you were the daughter of a teacher/PTA member, your older sister had a badge, or you played it safe and shrewd. • Some staff took an unwelcome and unhealthy interest in students’ personal lives (who they met, how they dressed, family situations, social media, etc.). • A retired teacher body-shamed students to sell beauty products. • The headmistress who left in 2015 was a tyrant with a gutter-mouth.
Pushparaj.a A.p.raj

Posted on July 1, 2022

Posted on June 14, 2022
Money is the main concept there. They collect money for each and everything. Too much fees is collected .

Posted on May 13, 2022
Discipline 100% OK
Vinod Antony

Posted on April 15, 2022
One of the schools that puts education before money.
magesh krishnan

Posted on April 6, 2022
I am born and bought up in Perambur, From my knowledge as i heard this school is best particularly for girl kids i can say. Obedience, language speaking and more to say.
Gayathri M

Posted on December 13, 2021
matric or cbse
Vincent Rajkumar

Posted on February 1, 2021
This is my favorite school and the best school
Anusha Sagayamary

Posted on January 30, 2021
I am currently studying there this school has good teachers and sisters who are the pillars of this school the infrastructure is just fantastic.They encourage talents this school is the best in teaching,sports especially basketball and table tennis. They not only teach lessons they even teach moral values for life.
Jayasri Vijayakumar

Posted on December 4, 2020
I’m a past pupil. The best school, wonderful teachers and the infrastructure is well maintained. It is really a wonderful place to learn and play. This school gives equal importance to all the students and they train well for the students who is a little slow in learning. The teachers are the jewels of this school. It’s been 10 years since I left the school.. yet it seems to be the only place I constantly miss.. the care of the sisters and teachers were always the best. This school doesn’t need a separate advertisement on the TV or newspapers. It has its brand and the past pupils make it shine brighter as this school played a vital role in each and every single students’ life.
Aparna himabindu

Posted on April 10, 2020
Very best school. I am waiting to get admission here for my daughter. Can anyone help me to get chance for admission in this school
agasthian ramalaxmi

Posted on November 4, 2019
Disciplined School located in PERAMBUR , on Siruvallur road . Dedicated TEACHERS . Students are trained to speak in English from the very beginning . St John's School is also in the same campus , for Students upto Third Standards . Reverend Sisters head the Shools individually .
Steepha Jessie

Posted on September 12, 2019
Best school
Shanky gladies

Posted on September 4, 2019
Proud to be JoSePhItE
Eugine Ralph

Posted on February 1, 2019
It's a place where every Parent would love their kid to be in... Education, sports, social activities, morals, faith an entire package with comparatively less fee... Review update - 1stFeb'2020 Annual Day Program was of top notch. Getting most of the students right from std I to std XII to participate is no simple task. Great support/involvement of every Teaching&non-teaching staff, management, students and Parents... Kudos to all... Review update - 2023 Tie up with skill building apps to enhance every kids thought process is a way to go... This year's sports Day was amazing...
balaji rajan

Posted on January 22, 2019
No1 grade school in perambur.
Kudssia Zehra

Posted on November 26, 2018
Good atmosphere, best teacher, good teaching methods. Great in sports aspecialy basketball. Encourage different talent.
Sathya Karthikeyan

Posted on October 27, 2018
This place is the most beautiful place I've ever been to.I owe all that I'm today to this place.Best atmosphere for a kid to grow up at. Proud and grateful to be a Josephite.❤️

St. Joseph's Anglo-Indian Higher Secondary School Location

Siruvallur High Rd, Jagannathan Colony, Perambur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600011

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