1997 – 1998:
Manish Kiran and Andrew Jonathan Reginald with scientific temper and quizzing minds clinched the first place in the State level `Science Quiz’ conducted on National Science Day.

1998 – 1999:
At the outset, the maiden batch in the Higher Secondary Examination left an indelible mark by Bharadwaj Jayaraman who secured the State Second rank in Hindi.

1999 – 2000:
Aishwarya Venkatesh donned with the gift of the gab distinguished herself to the second place in the prestigious city level competition - ‘Talk your way to London’ conducted by the Book Fair.

2000 – 2001:
The ‘Maths Fair’ a unique joint venture by St. John’s Group of Schools reached its zenith in the field of edutainment by displaying 1,300 mathematical projects and 3-D models, drawing students and people that left them amazed at the wealth of knowledge exhibited.

2001 – 2002:
Ashok Michael Anthony, an eloquent orator stole the limelight at the ‘Talk your way to London’, a city level competition by securing the third rank. V. Gayathri secured the state 2nd rank in French and an all - time - high total of 1178/1200 in the Higher Secondary Examination.

2002 – 2003:
In the Matriculation Board Examination, Abijana Karunakaran scored 300/300 in Science and Third in French in the state.

Genesis 2002 - An English Literary Exhibition show-cased the literary world through still and working models. The impressive and intriguing display lucidly unfolded the history of English, poems, grammar, fables, tales, fiction and dramas.

The Management was magnanimous to recognize talent and grant S. Rajkumar a scholarship for being a National winner in the Junior category at the National Table Tennis Tournament.

At the ‘Lights On’ city level skit competition sponsored by the British Council and organised by SJIRS, our children bagged the First Prize for the original skit enacted flawlessly with natural stage set up and fine stage management.

2003 – 2004:
Master S. Sambasivam, the VIII Grade Pianist from the Trinity & Royal College of Music, London was honoured as child musician by the Lion’s Club.

The Chennai Central E - Zone Girls Athletic Meet was organized by our school and 71city schools participated in the Meet. It’s an honour to be commended by the State Board.

2004 – 2005:
The Hat trick by Mas. R. M. Krishnappan who scored a centum each in Maths, Physics and Chemistry in the Higher Secondary Examination has been a crowning glory to the institution.

Ms. Abijana Karunakaran, a distinguished pupil worked her way up by scoring a total of 1174 / 1200 and a centum in Chemistry and Biology in the Higher Secondary Examination.

2005 – 2006:
Our Table Tennis player, Mas. N. Siva Balan and Lawn Tennis player, A Grace Hannah represented India in the Inter-Religious Peace Sports Festival in Korea making sports global and the world, a friendly neighbour.

2006 – 2007:
Table Tennis, the game of the inmates rules the roost. M.H. Kalvath participated in the 52nd National Table Tennis Tournament conducted by National School Games Federation at Chattisgarh and was a runner-up in Under -19 Category. He is selected to represent India for the international trial to be held in Japan. The Chennai Central B-Zone Boys Athletic Meet was organised and 28 city schools participated actively.

As part of the Decennial Year Celebration, we organised a ‘Student Leadership Programme’ in which 66 city schools actively participated in essay contest and question-hour contest on various leadership topics. Vibrant speakers enthused leadership qualities as the need of the hour.

2007 – 2008:
Mas. R. Venkataramanan of class XI, the current Junior Table Tennis player represented India Vs Poland open and New Zealand open tournament. He secured more than 40 prizes at various tournaments conducted at District, State and National levels.

Mas. Shreyas Chander of class VIII represented Tamil Nadu State in Sub Junior National T.T. Tournament.

2008 – 2009:
Mas. Hamsa B Udaipurwala clinched the 3rd State Rank by securing a total of 1184/1200 and a Centum in Mathematics and Chemistry in Higher Secondary Examination, March 2008.

2009 – 2010:
We pursue excellence in academics, we continue to gain higher grounds in ‘Table Tennis’. Ms. S. Amrutha Pushpak of Class VIII who won 2 gold medals in Nationals is a brilliant player. She has been awarded scholarship by the management to pursue her secondary and higher secondary course in our school.

2010 – 20011:
We have a few more feathers added to our cap. Ms. Nikita Veerabahu was selected for the National Level in skating. The other, in Tamilnadu State Ranking Tournament in Table Tennis Mas. Sai Kushal and Mas. Shreyas Chandar emerged as winners. Apart from academics our children have excelled in extra-curricular activities like acting and singing.

2011 – 2012:
We cite a few achievers who have made us proud of them. Mas. G. Jaswant was a national Chess Champion and Mas. Varun Nankani is an amateur dancer in and out of the country.
Ms. Lemuela Mary J of Class III is a state level champion in roller skating.
Mas. Linkeshwar VS of Class I was a budding artist who has won many prizes.

2012 – 2014:
In the field of sports a number of our students emerged as sports icons. They made a distinct mark in the district and national levels in athletics, badminton, table tennis, foot ball and skating.

2014 – 2015:
An eventful year - and the year in which some of our students emerged victorious in city level contests. Our students secured the first position in inter-school competitions in both Junior and Senior category.

2015 – 2016:
Our students excel in scholastic and co-scholastic activities. To cite a few, our students Lemula Mary J of Class VII and Ugesh C of Class VIII are promising national champions in Roller Skating and Boxing.
Even in Badminton and Athletics our students are bracing upto higher challenges.

Fathima Farhana I and Hrithik Roshan P of Class XI proved their brilliance in inter-school quiz contest.

2016 – 2017:
The Bi-decimal year commenced with a reaffirmation to strive for excellence in scholastic and co scholastic activities and to instill in the minds of students to think with a passion for innovation.
At Higher Secondary Examination Ms. Geethajali was the topper in the science stream and Mas. K P Jimshith in the commerce stream.
In the Matriculation Examination, Mas. Steven Fredrick Gilbert was the topper.
Rhapsody, an inter-school cultural retravaganza was hosted to celebrate our bi-decimal year and to give a platform to bring together the singers & dancers of the city.
A grand carnival ear marked, the children’s day celebration.

2017 – 2018:
Theme : Joyful learning
Higher Secondary Examinations Toppers
Science Stream : Khimya Khemlani Keswani.
Commerce Stream : Divyasri R
Matriculatioon Examination Topper
Ms. Diya Rajiv Christopher
Inter School Competition in the city :
- Tamil Nadu Science & technology Dept celebrated science Festival at Anna University by organizing a Science Exhibition on “Ocean for Society” Trishul & Keerthivasan emerged as winners.
- The Primary students won the overall cup at the “Buds & Bloosoms”
- Sherin A, Priyanka M & Ugesh C & Hashir are National Level Sports icons.


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