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Mount Carmel Convent Anglo-Indian Girls High School in Kollam

Mount Carmel Convent Anglo-Indian Girls High School was founded on July 22, 1885 in the Kollam District in the state of Kerala, India, by Mother Veronica of the Passion, the foundress of The Congregation of the Carmelite Religious. It consists of a boarding house located within the convent and a day school. The school is situated in the picturesque town of Tangassery, with the scenic beauty of the Arabian Sea as the backdrop.The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations. The students are famed for their fluency in the English language for more than a century.

The school was founded by Mother Veronica to cater to the educational needs of girls, empowerment of women and the less privileged. In 1889, it was recognised by the erstwhile Madras presidency as a ‘European Convent School’. The establishment changed its name to ‘Mount Carmel Convent Anglo Indian Girls School’ when India gained her independence in 1947.

The school has an excellent faculty and state-of-the-art laboratories. MCC offers classes from LKG up to Std XII. The students are divided into four houses: Blue, Green, Red and Yellow (White).The school also offers classes in Catechism, Moral Science and value education for the spiritual well-being of its pupils.

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