Infant Jesus School Kollam

Infant Jesus School Kollam

The Infant Jesus Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School is an educational institution affiliated to CISCE based in Kollam city in the south Indian state of Kerala. It was established in 1940 by the late Bishop Jerome M. Fernandez, the former Bishop of Kollam. The school is situated in Tangasseri, which was a stronghold of western culture with a historical background of ancient Portuguese, Dutch and English settlements. The school was founded primarily to cater to the education of the Anglo Indian Community, the then predominant community of the region.

It was started by the Anglo Indian community (people who stayed back when British left India) to educate their children. It was later opened to the public in and around Kollam.

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