HM's Voice

As the Headmistress it is with great pleasure that I welcome you all to our school website. I am hugely impressed by the commitment of all Brittonians - staff, students, ex-students and retired staff.

Education is a life-long learning process and it is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents. Today the role of a school is not only to pursue academic excellence but also to motivate and empower its students to be life-long learners, critical thinkers and productive members of an ever changing global society.

St.John De Bitto’s Anglo Indian High School provides an atmosphere for each student for his multifaceted development and children are encouraged to channelize their potential in pursuit of excellence. The talents, skills and abilities of each child needs to be identified, nurtured and encouraged so that he is able to reach greater heights.

I invite you to contact or visit us and see the school in its beautiful setting. I look forward to the opportunity to welcome you to our campus in the near future. I hope this website will be useful to you and provide you the information you seek about the school.

You are welcome!

Sherly Anchalose .T



Britto’s Institutions are started with a vision and St. John De Britto’s A.I.H.S, in Fort Cochin was the vision of the then Bishop Dom Jos Viera Alvernaz. Accordingly with the support of a few members of the Anglo Indian Community and ably assisted by his secretary Father Jose Maria Das Neves, the Bishop brought into existence St. John De Britto’s Anglo Indian Boys on 15/01/1945 closing its first admission with 96 pupils on its roll covering six classes- LKG, UKG and Std I to Std IV within the old schedule of scholastic divisions. The school was governed by the European and Anglo Indian Schools Exams of the Madras Government and continued to be so till 1985 (the word ‘ European’  stood deleted in 1949 ) when it opted for SSLC Exam of the Kerala Government.


At Our School we lay due emphasis on different activities through active participation in various social, athletic and artistic clubs and societies.

We guide students to discover and create their own understanding. Besides academics, co scholastic activities form an integral part of the school curriculum. This aspect includes wide range of co-curricular activities. A student will be expected to choose any skills from the mentioned groups and he will be assessed on their level of participation and achievement.

Platinum Jubilee Celebration (1945 - 2020)

Institutions are started with a vision and St. John De Britto's Anglo-Indian High School in Fort Cochin, is no exception! It was the vision of a Benedictine Priest, Fr Jose Maria Das Neves and a few members of the Anglo-Indian community that helped the school open on January 15th 1945 with a staff of 7 and 91 pupils. In 2020, the school would have accumulated a history of 75 years! and it is a justifiable reason to celebrate - Our Platinum Jubilee Celebration!


Meet Technology, the presiding member of the Britto's classroom. We have been successful in bringing technology to our classrooms with the introduction of Smart Classrooms.


Information is the heartbeat of meaningful learning in schools. Exponential growth, availability and access to information, particularly electronic information.


Information technology has become integral to every walk of life. With fully equipped computer lab, we expose students easily to computer education.



Playgrounds are the heart & soul of any campus since they are the wall of a healthy society. Our school has rich networks of courts & playfields.