S.T.S. High School

S.T.S. High School(Minto Circle) was founded in 1875 by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the famous educationist and social reformer. The foundation stone of school was laid down by a closest associate of Sir Syed, Maulvi Sami Ullah Khan, Secretary of the College Fund Committee, on May 24, 1875. Its original name was the "Mohammedan Anglo Oriental Collegiate School" The School grew in M.A.O. College in 1877 which in 1920 became the Aligarh Muslim University by an act of the Central Legislature. The School bore the name, Muslim University High School, but became popularly known as Minto Circle after the then Viceroy of India, Lord Minto, who generously funded the construction for it's new buildings. In 1966, the school was named after the then Chancellor Syedna Tahir Saifuddin, and hence forth known as S.T.S. High School. Contribute content for this page. Send your contributions to submit@myamu.in

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