Seventh-Day Advenitst High School (Tiruchirapalli) (Tiruchirapalli, IN)

A secondary school located in Tiruchirapalli, India. It started as a church school in 1962 under the direction of Ketziah Samraj. The classes were first conducted in the church vestry, with eight children attending. In 1968 because of increased attendance, the school was moved to a rented building on Alexandria Road. In 1972 a campus with a bungalow on it was donated for school use by W. G. Thomas. By 1980 the school had become a high school, with an enrollment of 1,400. In 1984 more land was purchased nearby and a three-story modern building was erected for high school use. Principals: Mrs. Y. R. Samraj, 1962-1965; Rathnabai Pakianathan, 1965-1968; E. S. James, 1968-1969; V. Christian, 1969-1970; Mrs. Y. R. Samraj, 1970-1971; Pushpa Maharajan, 1971-1972; Henry Theodore, 1972-1973; Jeyabha...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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