Higher Secondary

Some articles on higher secondary, secondary:

Model Technical Higher Secondary School, Kaloor
... The Model Technical Higher Secondary School (MTHSS) is the pioneer in a group of Model Technical Higher Secondary Schools located in Kerala, India ...
List Of Educational Institutions In Coimbatore - School - Government Aided Schools (State Syllabus)
... Church of South India Boys Higher Secondary School (CSI) PSG Sarvajana Higher Secondary School Stanes Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School ...
Centre For Higher Secondary Education
... Centre For Higher Secondary Education more commonly known as CHSE is a Government run Higher Secondary school in Malé, Maldives which caters only to "A ...
Lok Biradari Prakalp - Ashram Shala
... of the school appeared for the 2007-2008 Secondary School Certificate Examination, held by the Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Secondary. 40 students of the school appeared for the 2007-2008 Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination, held by the Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, 37 students passed a pass ...
St.Joseph's Higher Secondary School - Tamil Nadu, India
... Joseph's Higher Secondary School, Ooty St ... Joseph's Higher Secondary School (Chengalpattu) St ... Joseph's Higher Secondary School (Cuddalore) ...

Famous quotes containing the words secondary and/or higher:

    Scientific reason, with its strict conscience, its lack of prejudice, and its determination to question every result again the moment it might lead to the least intellectual advantage, does in an area of secondary interest what we ought to be doing with the basic questions of life.
    Robert Musil (1880–1942)

    A higher class, in the estimation and love of this city- building, market-going race of mankind, are the poets, who, from the intellectual kingdom, feed the thought and imagination with ideas and pictures which raise men out of the world of corn and money, and console them for the short-comings of the day, and the meanness of labor and traffic.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)