Carmel was conceived as an Educational Institution of a very high standard which will admit boys and girls from all walks of life. It is expected that their academic training at this unique, secular institution would make the students physically and mentally sound enough to adjust and compete with others in pursuit of higher studies. They would eventually turn out as complete human beings having morality and full confidence in their ability in present challenging world. With this Cardinal aim in view, institution is firmly committed to :
• Provide a Cardinal atmosphere worthy of smooth communication of thoughts and ideas amongst teachers, students and parents.
• Follow the equable educational system prescribed by the State Govt. of Tamil Nadu.
• Follow network of Co-curricular and etc curricular programme suitable for harmonious development of physical and mental faculties of the students.
• Undertake all possible measure to help the students grow up as worthy citizens of the country. So that they can serve in various fields and give dynamic leadership to the nation.
• Provide each student with the opportunities to develop morally, socially, physically, emotionally and intellectually to his / her full potential
Carmel Matriculation Higher Secondary School has its humble beginning in 1982 and has grown in strength year after year. The present strength is two thousand five hundred. The medium of instruction is English. The school is situated away from the buzzle of the city, on the Karur Bypass Road, with student friendly surroundings, extensive play grounds, and beautiful garden and landscapes. The school has a band of able, experienced, and dedicated teaching staff. The school is officially recognized by the Government of Tamil Nadu by the order RC.No. 180729/ E3/88 of 15.6.88.
We aspire towards creating a just and humane where dignity of the human person is respected, where unjust social structures are challenged, where our cultural heritage of ahimsa, religious harmony and national unity are upheld, and where the poor and the marginized are specially taken care of.
We have to reach out to the families, primarily of the students, to assist them in their needs, to share in their joys and sorrows, and to help them experience love and freedom so that the students realize that our educational institutions are an extension of their homes.read more