Stanes Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School was a result of the realization of the vision of Sir Robert Stanes. He spent his life for the betterment of the neglected masses in Coimbatore. Soaring higher and higher over the years, Stanes Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School has contributed largely to the development of the nation. His birth: Our founder, Sir Robert Stanes was born in London on 13th, May 1841. He was educated in Campdon House School, Brighton. At the age of seventeen he left England for India making a voyage round the Cape. He had come to join his pioneer brothers in the Nilgiris to run the family coffee plantation business. Robert Stanes worked as a planter with his brother Thomas Stanes. He paid his first visit to Coimbatore in 1860. Humble beginnings: Robert Stanes was compassionate towards the downtrodden people. He was anxious to do some good amongst the people who were much neglected and started a Sunday School for children. Finding them entirely uneducated, he started a day school in a little rented house near Kumaran market. The school commenced on 6th November, 1862 with two boys, two girls and two teachers. The school then moved to a house near the TELC Church, where it continued for more than 50 years.
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