Our Founders

In the annals of educational excellence, there are those luminaries whose pioneering spirit ignites the flame of knowledge and compassion, lighting the path for generations to come. Among them stands Mrs. Ruth Selvaraj, the visionary founder of Immanuel School, whose dedication and foresight have sculpted the very essence of our institution.

In the year 1981, with a noble vision and an unwavering commitment to nurturing young minds in the rural landscape of Bangalore, Mrs. Ruth Selvaraj along with her husband Late Mr.Albert Selvaraj embarked on a remarkable journey. With just 40 students and boundless determination, she laid the cornerstone of Immanuel School, a beacon of learning and enlightenment in our community.

Under her astute guidance, Immanuel School has flourished into a vibrant hub of education, embracing diversity and fostering academic excellence. From its modest beginnings, the school has blossomed into a thriving community, now welcoming over 1000 students through its doors.

Mrs. Ruth Selvaraj’s legacy extends beyond mere numbers; it is a testament to her steadfast belief in the transformative power of education. Grounded in the principles of equity and inclusivity, Immanuel School, under her stewardship, transcends barriers of religion, caste, and creed. As a testament to her vision, the school is managed and administered by the Immanuel Education Society and Immanuel Education Trust, reflecting a commitment to uphold the values she held dear.

Driven by her deep-rooted faith in Jesus Christ and a passion for service, Mrs. Ruth Selvaraj ensured that Immanuel School remains a beacon of light, illuminating the minds and hearts of all who pass through its halls. Her enduring legacy serves as a reminder that the true measure of success lies not in accolades or achievements, but in the lives touched and the futures transformed.

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