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Schools in Hyderabad

St. George's Girls Grammar School, King Koti

ICSE

English

Day School


  • Locality: King Koti
  • Landmark: King Koti
  • Full Address: 5-9-263, King Koti X Road, Hyderabad - 500001.
  • Phone No: 040 - 23232447

  • About
  • Details

Overview


St. George's Grammar School was established by the Church of England to cater to the educational needs of the children of the British community serving the Government in Hyderabad. When India gained independence, the school was handed over to the newly formed Church of South India that also incorporated the Church of England apart from other Church Societies of British origin.

Specifics

  • Nursery to XII grade
  • ICSE Board
  • English Medium
  • Day School
  • Girls School
  • School provides transportation

  • Type Of School: Public
  • Grades: Nursery/1-12
  • School Day: Monday - Saturday
  • Timing: 10am - 5pm
  • Gender: Girls
  • Religion: All
  • Management: Mrs. ruth lajwanthi for the boy's school,mrs. anita rajan for the preparatory school andmrs. esther jyotsna for the girls' school.[correspondent cum warden of three schools]
  • Curriculum: ICSE
  • Language: English
Extra Curricular Activities

Games
Games and sports available are cricket, basketball, table tennis, chess and carroms.
The school has official cricket and basketball teams which take part in inter-school tournaments every year. And Win many times. National Cadet Corps
The Boys school students have the facility to join 2 (Andhra) Air Sqn. (Technical) of the Air Wing NCC
Sports day
The Annual Sports day is held once a year in November or December. The event is preceded by competitions in sports and games in which the students take part through the school's house system.
Original houses were colours Red, Blue, Green and Yellow. In 1968 the houses were named after early Headmasters Edwards-Red, Hume-Blue, Flynn-Green, Cooney-Yellow. These were changed again in the 1980s to Clarence (Blue House), Bellingham (Red House), Philips (Green House) and Patricks (Yellow House). The latter was probably named after Rev Henry Fitzpatick. Both Phillips (should be Phillip) and Patricks (should be Fitzpatrick) have been erroneously named. The four houses for the Girl's school are named as Smith (Yellow), George (Red House), Davidson (Blue House), Williams (Green House). All four houses have been named after the school principals and wardens. Each house consists of a Captain and a Vice-Captain and the rest of the students are divided equally. The competitions are held in track and field athletics, cricket, football, basketball, chess, carroms, badminton and table tennis. The winners of each event are awarded the gold, silver and bronze medals and each victory adds to their house's overall score. On the day of the sports day, the event starts with an opening march past led by the Chief Prefect followed by the General Captain,Deputy Chief Prefect, The Red House, The Blue House, The Green House and The Yellow House. The Marchpast is immediately followed up with drills performed by all students. The parents of the Chief Prefect, Dy. Chief Prefect and the General Captain are the guests of honor for the ceremony. The event progresses to the end with the Closing March Past which is followed by the declaration of the winning house, the principal's address, the chief guest's address and the closing prayer. The winning house is awarded a shield and all the individual winners are awarded medals for their achievements.

Additional Details

St. George was promoted to patron saint in 1061 when a church in Doncaster was dedicated to him. But the first reference to him in history comes from the Anglo-Saxon prose writer, Aelfric, who reveres him in his Lives of the Saints (c.1000). George also appears in the Golden Legends, an English translation of Jacobus de Voragine's Saint's Lives published by Caxton in 1483. The legend - in which George slays a fierce dragon, symbolising evil, and rescues an innocent maiden from death - is thought to have appeared as late as the 12th century and may have origins in the story of Perseus, who defended the virgin Andromeda against the monstrous Medusa. To Christians, George is a historical figure, an archetypal soldier made famous for tearing down Diocletian's edict against Christianity. For this act he is believed to have been beheaded in Lydda, Palestine (in AD 303), thus becoming an early Christian martyr. At the Council of Oxford in 1222, St George's Day was declared a public holiday. It was Edward III who instituted the Order of St George and encouraged the battle cry 'St George for England!' St George's Day continued to grow in popularity and the 23rd April soon became an occasion for feasting in monasteries across England.

Specialty

Day School


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