The MLC School Society (Mylapore Ladies’ Club) established a Kindergarten Section on 3rd February, 1956 to accommodate the boys in Mylapore and its environs.

The first president of the society was Sister Subbalakshmi, supported by Shri Subbaraya Aiyar, a  leading   lawyer   of   his   time,  and Mrs. Padmini Chari, Educationist. Thus the school was born through the efforts of the three, and Vidya Mandir Matriculation School was formally opened in 1960.

The MLC School Society was registered in 1957, and the properties of the club were transferred to it. Sister R. S. Subbalakshmi and Mrs V K T Chari, were Founder President and Correspondent respectively, Shri. M Subbaraya Aiyar became the Secretary of the school.


Time Line

Starts as a small school by the members of the Mylapore Ladies' Club The most prominent of the founders are Sister Subbulakshmi Ammal, Mrs Padmini Chari, Sri Subbaraya Aiyer - noted lawyer.
The first batch takes the exam.
A small building is constructed. The Matriculation section is opened.
The school gets affiliated to the CBSE.
The first batch takes the 10th Standard exam. The school becomes a co-ed.
The Silver Jubilee K G Block comes up.
Establishes the Adyar School which today stands independent as Bala Vidya Mandir.
The Primary Block comes up
The new Admin Block comes up.
A state of the art Computer Lab is set up with the help of Redington and Compaq.
The new open air theatre and library are built.
The new Audio Visual room is inaugurated.
Golden Jubilee Year.
A new KG Block called Uma Srinivasan block is inaugurated by the VC of the Madras University.
A branch of Vidya Mandir is set up at the township called Estancia.  Smart Boards installed in all classes from Std III to VIII.
The school introduces a filing system to reduce the weight of the school bag And also shifts to two terms as per the CBSE mandate.  Smart Boards are used in all Classes from KG to Std VIII in Mylapore.
Diamond Jubilee Year.

Our Philosophy

We believe...
  • ... that children blossom in an environment free of unhealthy fear
  • ... that each child will blossom but at different times; so we have to give each one the time
  • ... that reward rather than punishment facilitates learning
  • ... that teaching is never complete till learning is complete
  • ... that we need to teach the way students can learn
  • ... the world is beautiful because of the variety

Our Motto

Saha Veeryam Karavavahai

May the teacher and the taught work together with energy and vigour to acquire knowledge.

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