St Peter’s Senior Secondary School stems from a noble vision of the pioneering visionaries of St Peter’s Education Trust, who envisioned a world-class educational institution in a rural area, enabling the rural aspirants, the access to high quality education, on par with any urban institution.
St Peter’s had its commencement as a Nursery School and L.P School in 1967, at the initiative of Late Sri. C U Chacko. In 1976, it was upgraded to an Upper Primary School. In 1983 we stretched out as a High School and switched over to CBSE syllabus in 1991. The first batch of All India Secondary School Examination was presented in March 1996. The school was upgraded as a Senior Secondary School in 1995.