Mala has number of educational institutions from the Preschools up to Post-graduation level. Besides number of schools and colleges, Mala Trichur obtained some prominent places in the higher education field such as Engineering college, BEd College, MBA College. Mala in the ancient period had rich heritage in the field of Education. Even in the Ancient period, there were efficient scholars and writers in the surrounding areas and the prominent among them were Jesuit fathers. The first printing press in Thrissur District was at Sampaloor and it was started by around 1580, by Jesuit Fathers.
Govt. Higher Secondary School for Girls (GGHSS), Cotton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram situated in Vazhuthacaud, just 150 meters away from the busy commercial junction of Thiruvananthapuram city, the capital of Kerala State. GGHSS Cotton Hill, has total area of 9 acres land consisting full of trees and shades that you never forget once visited there.
Government Model Higher Secondary School Nadavaramba (GMHSS Nadavaramb) located at Nadavarambu, a place just 3 km away from Irinjalakuda Town, Thrissur District, Kerala, India. Nadavaramba School was initiated as a Lower Secondary School - Anglo-Vernacular Lower Secondary School - in 1920 by an eminent personality Mr. C.S. Viswanatha Iyer who became the first Headmaster of the Nadavaramba School.