Dear Martinians, be a part of La Martiniere's 175-year-old glorious legacy this Founder's Day!

Rekindle the spirit of Blue and Gold, Vive La Martiniere

La Martiniere College Lucknow celebrates its Founders Day on September 13 every year in the fond memory of Founder Major General Claude Martin; and though the festivities are different this year, the spirit of being a Martinian remains unchanged. The College authorities completely turned the celebration digital with a private ceremonial service at the School Crypt and Chapel at 9 in the morning. Principal Carlyle McFarland laid down a wreath on the tomb of the Founder, Major General Claude Martin on his 220th death anniversary. The College Church was beautifully decorated for the programme which was open to all Martinians across the globe. Besides this, a Variety Programme in English has been set up today at 5:30 pm which can be attended by each and all.


Join the celebrations!

The School, its students and alma mater are wrapped in a warm sense of nostalgia and pride as many wish to be a part of this historic achievement. Therefore, the Principal of La Martiniere College has extended a warm welcome to all Martinians to come together and celebrate the history, legacy and the bright future of the school in a digital variety and entertainment programme at 5:30 pm.

For the Founders' Day entertainment programme, a video conference set up and Facebook broadcast of the same will go live in the evening so that the entire fraternity can be a part of it.

Webinar ID: 879 0825 6526 Passcode: 897262

150 years of the Girls' College


Besides this, the Girls' School has come up with a beautiful video, counting blessing, thanking the grace of the Founder, his virtuous ideas and noble deeds as the sister concern marks 150 years of being an institute that had shaped and guided the lives of plenty of students. A Prayer led by the Head of the Junior Department, followed by a melodic token by the Girls' Choir and a chronological set of events that led to the foundation of the school are included in this memorial video. Concluded in the wise words of the Principal, Mrs A Dass, the video wraps up.

We wish a very happy Founders' Day to the entire La Martiniere Family; Dead he lives in us today.

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