The Christ Church Girls' Senior Secondary School had its nascent beginnings in the vestry of Christ Church
Cathedral in the year 1870 and was then known as Christ Church School. Our school today is 144 years old .
It was in 1869 that Rev. William Barker Drawbridge was appointed as the Chaplain of Christ Church. It was
he who laboured to fulfill a long felt need i.e. a School for European and Anglo-Indian children.
A special period is set aside everyday for fruitful co-curricular activities from July to March. The students are engaged in learning Indian Classical and Group Dance , Karate, Yoga, Vocal Music, Craft, Handwork and so on. They also participate in dramatics, debate, elocution, games etc. All these activities culminate in their performances at the time of the Annual Prize Distribution, Sports Day and Annual School Exhibition
Updated on: [January 15, 2018]