Mr Louis Rozario Doss
1998 – 2005
leads the Michaelian March into the 21st Century
· He was the first old boy of St Michael’s to become its principal.
· Mr Louis came to the helm at his alma mater with shining Michaelian credentials.
o He was a much acclaimed product of the Michaelian drama and debating tradition.
o In 1965, he had acted as Sir Robert Morton in “The Winslow Boy” written by Terence Rattigan.
o In 1966, Louis Rozario Doss was the captain of the Michaelian debating team which emerged Perak State Champions in the state-wide competition organised by the Jaycees.
o He was also the President of the Fifth Form Society (1966).
Like many Michaelians who attended this school in the 1960s, Louis Rozario Doss was nurtured in the shadow of the greatest Michaelian educators – Brother Pius, Brother Paul, Brother Vincent and Brother Casimir Hannon.
|The Covered Pathway and the fresh paving of the inner roads were done with tremendous OMA and Board of Governors' support.|
It was during the years of his stewardship that a powerful synergy was created with the Old Michaelians Association and the Michaelian Alumni Klang Valley.
Mr Louis Rozario Doss is remembered with great affection by staff, students and parents for his selfless devotion to the school in almost every endeavour. He was often the earliest to arrive before dawn and his seldom left the school till the sun went down.
Under his charismatic leadership, SMI made national headlines as a Malaysian school with world class credentials in scholastics, drama, debates,music, scouting ,sports and games.