The Congregation of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd was founded in France in 1835 by St. Mary Euphrasia. She was born on 31st July 1796 in France. She was gifted with a deep love for humanity and revered each person in her/his uniqueness. The socially marginalised young girls and women of her time found in her a loving mother and teacher. By the time of her death on 24th April 1868, she had founded 110 Convents in 68 countries, including one in India in 1854. The Good Shepherd School in Chennai was started in 1925.
- State Board
- Day School
- School provides transportation
- LKG to XII grade
- English Medium
- Girls School
- Grades: LKG, 1-12
- School Day: Monday - Friday
- Timing: 7:45am - 3:15pm
- Gender: Co-Educational
- Religion: All
- Principal: N.A.
- Curriculum: State Board
- Language: English
- Fees: Contact to school
We are a School that strives to impart a high quality education through English Medium. Literary and cultural activities are blended along with academic career, while a strong emphasis is also placed on discipline. We adopt high methodology for student’s participation in each and every activity of the school.
Laborator and Library
The school is equipped with adequate library and laboratory facilities to suit for the present needs of the students.
Computer Education and Digital Lab
The school is provided with adequate number of systems and qualified instructors for imparting computer education which is dire need in the modern era.
Extra Curricular Activities
- Indoor Games: Chess, Caram, Judo, Table tennis
- Outdoor Games: Hockey, Football, Cricket, Kho kho, Basket Ball, Atheletics, Volley Ball
Education according to St. Mary Euphrasia should develop to the fullest all that is best in the human personality psychologically, physically, intellectually, socially, aesthetically and spiritually. We, the sisters of the Good Shepherd continue to make the ideal of our Foundress a living reality in our worldwide mission of education and re-education, both formal and non-formal in diverse cultures. Her favourite maxim was that we should form strong characters of high principles grounded in truth. Her comments on various aspects in this connection are worthy of earnest reflection.