Infant Jesus Convent Matriculation Higher Secondary School is run by the sisters of the Congregation of the Mother of Carmel.It is recognized by the Government of Tamilnadu Board of Matriculation Schools. The medium of instruction is English while Hindi and Tamil are taught as second language. The management takes care to see that the institution is not only to impart knowledge but also sees to the spiritual, moral and physical well-bring of pupils entrusted to its care.
The school presently runs from LKG to Plus-Two. The medium of instruction is English. The school takes care of the teaching of Hindi, the national language and Tamil the mother tongue. The syllabus of the school follows Matriculation and Plus Two pattern of Education of the State Board,Tamil Nadu
The various clubs in the school have done a commendable job in promoting / showcasing the hidden talents of the children.
Sports has a special place at Infant Jesus School. Regular coaching is given for Football, Throwball, Cricket and Basketball.Yoga, Band and regular Physical Exercise are promoted in the school.
A candidate who seeks admission must sit for an entrance test. At the time of admission the pupil must produce the application from properly filled in along with the transfer certificate from the previous school-attended and an authentic Birth Certificate(original and Xerox)and community certificates for backward class(original and Xerox).the parent or guardian should also be presented personally at the time of interview, Application for the Transfer certificate shall be made in writing to the principal by the parents or guardian. A minimum notice of at least one full day is to be given for issue of T.C. Pupil leaving the school on the middle of the term must pay the fee for the full term
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These subjects are taught in a systematic manner and the performance of students are tested and evaluated scientifically and continuously.
The curriculum is mainly divided into scholastic and non-scholastic subjects. The scholastic subjects include the three languages, science, social science and Mathematics from Std I to Std X.