Schools in Madurai

The schools in Madurai form the foundation of the excellent educational structure of the city. The top standard Madurai schools have helped the city to emerge as one of the major educational hubs of the state.

The schools of Madurai follow syllabuses of different boards like C.B.S.E, the Tamil Nadu State Board and other boards. The leading schools in Madurai provide residential facilities for outstation students. Apart from academics, special care is taken on the extra curricular and recreational activities of the students.

Some of the reputed schools in Madurai are:

  • Alfred Nobel School
  • Al- Ameen Higher Secondary School
  • Arul Malar Matriculation Higher Secondary School
  • A.V.Higher Secondary School
  • American college Higher Secondary School
  • Anand Memorial Matriculation Higher Secondary School
  • Ambika Higher Secondary School
  • B.P.M.Matriculation School
  • Chandler Matriculation School
  • Central School
  • C.S.R. Memorial Matriculation School Hill Crest
  • Chethana Matriculation Higher Secondary School
  • C.E.O.A. Matriculation Higher Secondary School
  • Capron Hall Higher Secondary School
  • Dolphin Matriculation Higher Secondary School


Last Updated on : March 15, 2016


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