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The Choice School is a private school in Kerala, India, built in 1991. It is owned by The Choice Group under the leadership of Jose Thomas Olassa. The school follows CBSE syllabus. It consists over 2200 students and 250 staff members. The school is attended by both day scholars as well as boarding school students. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]



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