Kennedy Matriculation Higher Secondary School was founded in the year 1980 and has over the past three decades delivered quality education to students from Sulur and its neigbourhood. Today, many of its ex-students are accomplished professionals in various fields, reflecting the values they imbibed during their school years
Education is a great journey that you are undertaking through several years of passage during which you have the opportunity to acquire great knowledge and tools to develop your potentialities...
Great importance is given to extracurricular activities such as Music, Dance, Painting, Karate, physical training etc. The school is noted for its impressive Annual day Gala functions
Sports and physical training is very inclusive and mandatory for all students. It is a very integral part of their overall personality development. The school students have been active
• Students in KG Grades are assigned seats on first come basis between the months of May and July.
• Students may also be granted admissions later in the year in KG Grades based on seat availability
Kennedy Matriculation Higher Secondary School was founded in the year 1980 and over the past three decades, continues to deliver excellence in Education to successive generations of children in the township of Sulur and its neighbourhood. The founders, Mrs. Komala Nair and her late husband Mr. KPR Nair have been instrumental in shaping the school’s progress on a day to day basis. The school has competent and dedicated teaching faculty in all subjects. It has well equipped labs for Physics, Biology, Chemistry and Computer Science, sports facilities including a footfall ground and other filed games, library with a sizeable collection of Books etc.
The school continues to invest in improving and modernizing infrastructure. Over the past few years, the school has embarked on adding AV equipped classrooms complete with projectors and whiteboards. The objective is to increase the number of classrooms equipped with such state of the art infrastructure in the coming years. The School’s first set of matriculation students passed out in 1996 and the first batch of XII standard students passed out in 1998.