Place : Elthuruth

Educational district : Thrissur

Sub District : Thrissur

Corporation : Thrissur

Division : Kariattukara-44

Constitutional Assembly : Thrissur

Total Strength of students : 965

Name of the Headmaster: Mr. Johnson Cheeran


100 % result in 2007-08 SSLC Examination. Asian Football confederation selected St. Aloysius as one of their adopted coaching centre as a part of 'Vision India'. School won football and Basketball champion ship at District level in 2007 and many other prizes in work experience and youth festivals at subdistrict, district and state level.DCEA selected St.Aloysius as the best scholl in the academic year 2006-07.

Facilities in the school

Video & CD library
Audio visual room
Well equipped Computer Lab
Fully computerised office system
'poor fund' for the students
Guidance & Counselling
Bus & Travel facility
Library containing more than 25000 books
Reference Library
Modern equipped laboratory

The History of St: Aloysius H. S. S: 75 Years of Excellence in Educational Field

It is a great pleasure to present the history of St: Aloysius High school Elthuruthu, particularly in its platinum jubilee year. In 1913 His highness Rama Varmma Thampuran, Maharaja of Cochin, laid foundation stone for this institution. Though it had been working as an elementary school in its beginning, the school was upgraded in 1933 as high school and later in 2000 as higher secondary. Perhaps this may be a campus where courses from kinder garden to post graduation can be provided under single roof

In 1889 at Elthuruth, the place which was sanctified by the arrival of blessed Chavara Kuriakkose Elias, Rev. Fr. Gerard started an elementary school and a boarding house, which was later transformed as light house of wisdom for this entire world. The institution makes it tireless journey with out any hindrance through the field of education, because of the selfless action of CMI Fathers and the dedicative mentality of its faculties and office staff. The boundless co-operation from the part of management, parents and students is another reason for the institutionís growth.

Institutionís prime aim is not only to provide qualitative education but also to instill the vision of universal brother hood. The management neither compromises with the standard of teaching nor considers any orthodox notions in education. The old students of the institution, who are holding esteemed positions in the main stream of society, well prove the above said words. It is not surprising fact that many sportsmen, artists, actors, officers and even high court judges can be seen in the list of institutionís old students.

Elthuruth is surrounded by paddy fields, better known as 'cole padam' by three sides, not too far from the heart of Thrissur city. It is a beautiful and wide area which spreads in fourty acres of land in the lap of manakkody back waters where the institution stands as an eternal monument of universal brother hood and secularism. More than thousand students are studying in St: Aloysius High School at present. Thirty five teaching and five non-teaching staffs are working hand in hand in the school under the manager Rev. Fr. Jose Chittilappilly and head master Sri. Johnson Cheeran.