Strive For Excellence

Mary Matha Matriculation Higher Secondary School was founded in the year 1998 by the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI) of St. Joseph Province, Kottayam and is owned by the Mary Matha Educational & Charitable Society. The CMI Congregation, the first of its kind to originate from Indian soil, is a religious community of Catholic Priests committed to the ideals lived and preached by Jesus Christ. The CMI vision of education is "The formation of individuals into social persons fully human and fully alive". The CMI Congregation, right from its inception on 1831, took up education as special mission, following the 'charisma' of its founder, Saint Kuriakose Elias Chavara (1805-1871)

Mary Matha Matriculation Higher Secondary School offers the curriculum and syllabus of Tamil Nadu Matriculation Board. Hindi and French are the other languages taught. The school, recognized by the Director of Matriculation Schools, Tamil Nadu, is a 10 + 2 co-educational school at sprawling and pristine educational campus, adjacent to the District Head Quarters and is away from the dust and din of the busy town of Theni, a trade centre of sorts. The academic fraternity of Mary Matha Matriculation Higher Secondary School is dedicated to the Motto "STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE".

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Achivements

Vying for honors in District and State Levels in Public Exam result has become a habit for Mary Matha Matriculation Higher Secondary School. Year after year, the result of the Public Exams had deservingly won the appreciation and applaud of the parents and general Public. Hearty Congratulations dear students and teachers. Your dedication, convincing commitment and single minded determination made it happen.

World Environment Day, Independence Day, Anti Drugs Day, Teachers’ Day, Children’s Day were remarkably celebrated and prizes were given to the winners of the competitions.

Diwali, Ramzon, Christma, Onam, Onam and Pongal had their share of celebration in pomp,glory and grandeur.

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Sports

Sports are the physical activities with different names according to the ways of playing them. Sports are generally liked by almost all the children whether girls or boys. Generally the topic of benefits and importance of sports are argues by the people. And yes, any type of sport is deeply connected with the physical, physiological, mental and intellectual health of the person. It helps in maintaining the physical and mental fitness of the person. Playing sports on daily basis help in developing the mental skills. It also improves the psychological skills of the person playing. It brings motivation, courage, discipline and concentration. Playing sports has been made necessary in the schools for the welfare of the students

Sports are the physical activity done in particular ways of style and all are named accordingly. Indian government has made compulsory playing the sports in the schools and colleges for the student’s welfare and good health as well as improving mental skill. Participation of the children in any of the sports is very necessary and important. Students should be encouraged and motivated by their parents at home and teachers in the schools. It is necessary for the growing children so that they may develop good habits and discipline which they may continue to their adulthood and pass to the next generation.

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Cultural Forum

Mary Matha Matriculation Higher Secondary School makes everyone in this campus realize that life is worth living and we must be fully human and fully alive every moment. The joy of living can be felt only when we celebrate our strength, talents, culture, traditions and festivals. Our school positively provides a conducive and encouraging environment to students to participate in the celebrations of important dates with History.

World Environment Day, Independence Day, Anti Drugs Day, Teachers’ Day, Children’s Day were remarkably celebrated and prizes were given to the winners of the competitions.

Diwali, Ramzon, Christmas, Onam and Pongal had their share of celebration in pomp,glory and grandeur.

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News Letter

Newsletters give prospective parents a relatively unscripted glimpse into the daily life of the school, showing them what it would be like. The newsletter can also be a tangible demonstration of the school’s values at work through various articles and featured content.

Newsletters are a wellspring of vital information for parents and students. By including pertinent information for upcoming events or contact information for relevant staff members, parents start turning to newsletters as their immediate go-to resource

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News Updates
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STAFFS

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BUSES

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