About Our School

St. George's Grammar School, a trusted institution in Hyderabad since 1834, is known for its holistic approach to education, shaping students into well-rounded leaders. With a legacy of excellence, it continues to produce successful graduates who excel in diverse fields, reinforcing its status as a top-tier educational institution.

At the heart of Hyderabad’s educational landscape stands St. George’s Grammar School, an enduring testament to excellence since its establishment in 1834. Like a timeless masterpiece, the school continues to evolve, seamlessly weaving tradition with innovation. Here, education is a dynamic journey that transcends textbooks, nurturing not just intellect but also character and leadership potential.

As a trusted institution, St. George’s Grammar School has cultivated an environment where students don’t just learn; they thrive. Our commitment to staying at the forefront of educational trends ensures that every graduate is not just well-prepared, but exceptionally equipped for a world that demands innovation, adaptability, and global perspective.

We believe that education isn’t confined by boundaries; it’s a boundless horizon of possibilities. St. George’s Grammar School is more than an institution; it’s a lifelong companion, igniting the flame of curiosity, creativity, and achievement. Join us on this remarkable journey of learning, growth, and boundless opportunity.

Notable Alumni

Nurturing Great Indian Leaders and Freedom Fighters:

St. George’s Grammar School takes immense pride in its rich legacy of producing notable alumni who have made significant contributions to India’s history and progress. Among our distinguished graduates, we count several revered leaders and freedom fighters whose dedication and vision have left an indelible mark on our nation’s journey to independence and beyond.

One such luminary is Sarojini Naidu, fondly known as the “Nightingale of India.” Her eloquence and passion for freedom made her a prominent leader in the Indian Nationalist Movement and a tireless advocate for women’s rights.

Ali Nawaz Jung Bahadur, another illustrious alumnus, played a crucial role in the administration of the Nizam’s state. His dedication to public service and diplomacy earned him the respect of his peers and the community.

Mirza Hameeduallah Beg, a freedom fighter, and Rasheeduddin Khan were instrumental in shaping the political landscape of their time, contributing to the cause of India’s independence.

These remarkable individuals, along with other notable alumni such as Hasan Gafoor, Abid Hasan, Idris Hasan Latif, Suresh Oberoi, K. T. Rama Rao, Rakesh Sharma, and Vinai Thummalapalli, have exemplified the values of courage, leadership, and social responsibility instilled during their formative years at St. George’s Grammar School.

Their legacy serves as an enduring source of inspiration for current and future generations, a reminder that with education, dedication, and unwavering commitment, one can bring about positive change and make an indomitable impact on the world. St. George’s Grammar School takes pride in nurturing such extraordinary leaders and freedom fighters who have shaped India’s destiny.