Shri A.M. Kewalramani
Shri. A.M. Kewalramani was a remarkably clear-minded man with a vision of establishing a High school, which would achieve name and fame and rank as the best in the Province. He worked incessantly hard to translate his vision into a reality and to achieve his goal. On the occasion of the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Coronation of King George V, in the very first year of the starting of the School, Shri A.M. Kewalramani was awarded a Gold Medal by the Government of Bombay for his remarkable and outstanding services in the field of education – the only Principal in Sind to be so honoured.
Late Shri A.M. Kewalramani
Founder-Principal of Premier High School at Karachi Gem of a Man and a Jewel among Educationists of Sind
Shri G.A. Kewalramani
The life of Shri G.A.Kewalramani was so inextricably entwined with the history of the Premier High School that it is hard to disentangle one from the other. He had a record of distinguished and meritorious service of over 41 years. He had been able to create confidence and establish general esteem and appreciation for the school in the minds of not only the students and their parents but even the officials of the State Government and the Municipal Corporation Education Department and the public at large. He identified himself with the institution and had been its builder from every point of view.
Founder Principal at Bombay He had given the institution a tradition and a name of which every one passing its portals is and will be justifiably proud.
New Beginnings: With the passage of time, it was genuinely felt that one should move with times and do something to impart quality education to the children of the middle classes at a moderate cost. The idea of TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL was born and given shape by the great visionary, Shri M.C.Mankani. With recognition from the Government of Maharashtra, Trinity High School started functioning in the year 2003-2004.
Shri M.C.Mankani 2003-2008
Founder-Principal Trinity International School 2003-2008 & PRINCIPAL EMERITUS thereafter