Seventh-Day Adventist Higher Secondary School (Kottarakara) (Kottarakara, IN)

A coeducational English language boarding school on the senior high school level, operated by the South India Union, at Karickam Hill, two miles (3.2 kilometers) east of Kottarakara Junction in Kerala, southern India. The school, which is government accredited, had a faculty of 40 in 1993. The school was established in 1925 by H. G. Woodward as the Malayalam Intermediate School. At first, all classes were conducted in the open air, but substantial buildings have since been erected. In the 1930s it was listed in the Yearbook as Malayalam Secondary School and Malayalam High School, then in the 1940s and early 1950s, as Kottarakara Secondary Boarding School. In 1972 a two-year Malayalam ministerial seminary course was started, with 18 students. In 1993 there was an enrollment of 36. The schoo...

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

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