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The Infant Jesus Anglo Indian Boys School was established in 1940 by the visionary and saintly Bishop Jerome M. Fernandez , to cater to the education of the Anglo Indian Community, the then predominant community of the area. The School is situated in Tangasseri, which was a stronghold of western culture with a historical background of ancient Portuguese, Dutch and English settlements.
The School offers all round personality development to the students and help them grow gracefully in the knowledge and understanding of themselves in relation to others and to God.
The School offers all round personality development to the students and help them grow gracefully in the knowledge and understanding of themselves in relation to others and to God. The school has mainly five sections, right from the LKG to Plus-2. Each section is under a separate teacher who in turn has to report to the Principal. The school upholds a tradition of excellence not only in academics but also in athletics, sports and games.
Generally admissions are done for LKG, UKG, Std . I & Std. II. However, in certain exceptional cases admissions are sanctioned to other classes also. Registration for LKG, UKG and other classes starts in October. Admission for the registered candidates in April.
News & Events
Infant Jesus seemed to be incomplete without the tiny tots. Hence the LKG, UKG classes were started in 2004 devoting personalised attention to each child.
Infant Jesus provides purified drinking water for 3000 students of the school using Euereka Forbes Aqua Guard water purification system.
A full fledged Science Laboratory has been added to the facilities already provided.