About Our School
Immanuel School was started in the year 1981 by Mrs. Ruth Selvaraj. The school is managed and administered by  the Immanuel Education Society and Immanuel Education Trust. Run by the Christian minority community, the school caters to the educational needs of all irrespective of religion, caste or creed…Read More

Mrs.Ruth Selvaraj, Founder 

Tributes to Our Founder Secretary

Mr.Albert Selvaraj – 1939-2020

On the solemn occasion of the 2nd Death Anniversary of our beloved Founder Secretary, Late Mr. R. Albert Selvaraj, a poignant assembly was convened to honor his memory. Gathered together in reflection and gratitude, we pay tribute to a man whose legacy continues to inspire us all.

As the Headmistress, I  reminisce the profound impact Mr. Selvaraj had on our school and the wider realm of education. His unwavering dedication, visionary leadership, and unwavering commitment to excellence laid the foundation upon which our institution thrives today. From the inception of our school, Mr. Selvaraj worked tirelessly to cultivate an environment of learning, innovation, and inclusivity. His vision propelled us forward, shaping the minds and hearts of generations.

Today, as we fondly remember his life and legacy, we are reminded of the profound influence he had on each of us. His teachings continue to resonate within these walls, guiding us as we navigate the journey of education and life.

In commemoration of Mr. Selvaraj’s enduring spirit, our students have participated in singing and painting competitions, showcasing their talents and creativity in his memory. Through these expressions of art and melody, we honor his memory and the indelible mark he left on our lives.

Though Mr. Selvaraj may no longer be with us in person, his presence remains etched in our hearts and minds. Let us carry forward his vision with diligence, compassion, and determination, ensuring that his legacy lives on in all that we do and knowing that his contributions to education will continue to illuminate the path for generations to come.

-Mrs.Ruth Selvaraj



Our Motto : “ARISE SHINE” is an extract from the Bible (Isaiah 60:1) which exhorts us to Arise and Shine