St. Michael's High School

ICSE Results 2019: 100% Distinction. Toppers- Sujay Vikram - 98.4%, Mahima Dorcas - 97.4%, Kirthana.L - 96.2%.

Recent Events

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Children’s Day Celebration – 14th November 2019

Children's Day is a day to recognize that children are important and the most valued members of the society. This day is counted as one of the best days of the year for all Michaelites as it is always filled with fun and frolic.

Besides having no classes or home work on this day, the school organized a fun competition for the students like the Fancy Dress Competition to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of an audience.

Besides the competition, the children were treated to an amazing variety of entertainment programs by the teachers. First there was a special assembly conducted by the teachers. This was followed by some fantastic dance performances by various groups of teachers as well as the office staff. Besides this, there was also an interesting mime performed by the High School teachers depicting the difference between the past and present lifestyles and how gadgets have impacted our lives. The day ended with the good wishes from our Director and chocolates were distributed to all the children.


Social Science Week V – IX, 21st to 25th October 2019

The Social Science week was held from 21st to 25th October 2019. Every year an interesting topic is given to the students and this year’s topic was about the specialty of different states in India and continents of the world.

Each class focused on presenting to the given sub topics: Std. V-Indian States, Std. VI-Countries of North America and South America, Std VII - Countries of Europe, Std. VIII - Countries of Asia and Std. IX- India - industries, soil, minerals, and water resources.

All the children put in great effort in representing their topics in the best way possible through charts, models and a few students went the extra mile by preparing the country’s staple food and dressed up in their traditional attire. Their hard work and creativity earned them the appreciation of both the teachers and parents.

The parents were not only invited to witness their children’s performance but were also given the opportunity to judge their presentations. The best speakers were felicitated with badges and certificates.


Teachers’ Day Celebration – 5th September 2019

Teacher’s Day is celebrated every year on 5th of September to appreciate the diligence, sincerity and hard work of the teachers towards education.

It was a day of great joy for teachers as well as the students. The celebrations began by cutting a specially made ‘Teachers Day’ cake arranged by the students of Std X and to add to this, they even made personalized cards for every teacher. A beautiful poem about teachers was also read out making the celebration even more meaningful.

Later the students organized a special program which started with a speech followed by graceful dance performances by the students of Std IX and X. The most awaited and exciting events of the day were the throw ball and volleyball matches between the teachers and students. Both matches were keenly contested and wildly cheered for making it great fun for everyone. Thanks to our lovely students for making this day a memorable one.


Independence Day- 15th August, 2019

Independence Day was celebrated in our school grounds on 15th August. The celebration began with a March Past by all four houses.

Our Director hoisted the National Flag and after the salute, the whole gathering solemnly sang the National Anthem. This was followed by a prayer and speech on India’s Independence by a high school student. The students of Std V sang a song – ‘Sare jahan se accha’ to invoke the patriotic spirit. The Std VI students presented a skit that threw light on an incident that took place prior to Independence where an Indian soldier won over the heart of one of the world’s most terrifying leaders- Hitler through his display of determination. Following that was a beautiful dance performance to the song- ‘It happens only in India’.

The teachers also displayed their patriotic spirit by singing the song- ‘Ae watan’. Following this was a small quiz session, were the Director asked questions based on the speeches delivered and the winners were rewarded with chocolates. Later, sweets were distributed to all the students and parents who were a part of this grand celebration.