When Wesley Girls' High School was commissioned in 1947, it was considered the poor man's answer to the Rosary Convents
and the other higher-end schools of the day. In the true spirit of democracy, however, as everywhere else, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer education - and down the decades, Wesley Girls' School found it extremely difficult to continue to be in the same league as its more privileged counterparts.
Conforming to the A P State syllabus, the school has girls preparing for the grit of life also through games like Kabbadi and Tennikoit, and athletics. Having a substantial playground and a P T teacher is the closest that they get to tasting the true rush of adrelanine. Though the fees are at the floor, the school does its best to maintain a healthy academic atmosphere, with regular class-tests and extra-curricular activities like drama, Kathakali and quizzing competitions.
Situated in the same campus as the Wesley Junior College
and the Wesley P G College
, and a stone's throw from the Officers' Academy, the Girls' High School provides the training for future endeavors for this, tougher sex. With housework and responsibilities riding on their back, many girls have found liberation through the doors of this benign school.
With Rs. 100 to spend annually for an education at par with the state board's standards, and kindly teachers caring for your child, Wesley Girls High School is filling the gap between high-end education and no education at all.