BMM Higher Secondary School

It is quite well known that Pampady Thirumeni and Paret Mar Ivanios Thirumeni have loved children dearly. The dayara chapel is named after Mar Kuriakose Sahada who passed away at a fairly young age. It was to fulfil their wishes that B.M.M English Medium School was started in 1983 at the insistence of Bava Thirumeni. The school bears his name: “Baselius Mar Thomas Mathews English Medium School.” It was a thanks offering to Bava Thirumeni, because the public of Pampady wanted to give something back to him for presenting them with a first grade college. Already several batches of 10th and 12th have been presented by the school for CBSE examinations. It is gratifying that 100% result has been recorded all these years. Many of the old students of the school follow professional courses after completing they 12th.

BMM Higher Secondary School1

BMM Higher Secondary School2

Around 1500 students study there, spread out in 45 divisions from play school to Std. XII. 65 teachers and 15 ministerial staff work in absolute unity under the commendable leadership of Jose Payikkad who has been the Principal for the last few years, work here.

The boarding house also is patronised by many parents. There are hostels for both boys and girls, supervised and guided by committed teacher wardens. Intercession of church fathers and sincere work by the management and teachers have helped maintain the superb standard, which the school is credited with. Future of the school looks so rosy under Jose Payikkad’s stewardship. An auditorium in the name of Pampady Thirumeni is also completed.

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