Thanjavur Schools

Thanjavur Schools form an important part of the education in the city. The schools of Thanjavur provide primary and secondary education to the students of the city. St Peters Higher Secondary School, Blake High School, Girls Christian Higher Secondary School and Thanjavur Oxford Public School are some of the renowned schools in Thanjavur.

There are many schools in Thanjavur. The schools at Thanjavur provide training at a grass root level. The schools at Thanjavur prepares the students for higher education. In this respect, it can be said that the school education in Thanjavur paves the way for the higher education in the city.

Some of the famous schools of Thanjavur that deserve mention in this context are:

  • Kalyanasundaram Higher Secondary School
  • Sacred Heart Girls Higher Secondary School
  • Karanthai Tamil Sangam
  • Selvaraj High School
  • St. Antony's Higher Secondary School
  • Maxwell Eng High School
  • Umamaheswara Higher Secondary School
  • Blake High School
  • St. Antony's Higher Secondary School
  • Julian Burgess Stella Marys School
  • Thanjavur Oxford Public School
  • Karanthai Pulavar Kalloori
  • St Joseph's Girls Higher Secondary School
  • Girls Christian Higher Secondary School
  • Rajah's Higher Secondary School
  • Seventh Day Adventist English School
  • Veeraraghava Higher Secondary School
  • Don Bosco Matriculation School
  • St Peters Higher Secondary School
  • Kamalam Subramaniam Higher Secondary School
These schools in Thanjavur are known to provide the best education to the students. In fact, Thanjavur schools are among the renowned schools in Tamil Nadu, which are supported by a huge infrastructure and efficient teachers.

Last Updated on 06 December 2011



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