Baker Memorial Girls High School
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Baker Memorial Girls High School

Baker Memorial Girls Higher Secondary School is a girls Higher Secondary school situated in Kottayam, Kerala, India. It was established in 1819.

Amelia Dorothea Baker, wife of Henry Baker, realised that a society can be developed if its women are educated, so she started educating girls. In 1819, Baker School was born, and with it, the history of women's education in Kerala. In 1893 Mrs Baker Jr. and her daughters took charge of the school. It was accorded the status of a lower secondary school by the department of education in 1894 and become 'Miss Bakers School'--a memorial to the early Miss Bakers. The school was upgraded into a high school in 1904 and affiliated to the state government of Kerala in 1952. The school was further upgraded into a Higher Secondary school in 1998.The benefits of the school has been enjoyed not only by Christians but also by people of all class and creed in and around Kottayam. The school still stands as a beacon of light and model for other institutions

The school motto is "Love Never Faileth" which has been the theme of the school for a century and more,remains unchanged and will continue to be so far ages to come.


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