Best ICSE Schools in Bangalore

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There are many schools providing ICSE education in Bangalore. Each school is having its own special facilities to offer children. Some schools also have boarding facilities. Below are the top ICSE schools in bangalore.

Bishop Cotton Boys’ School

Bishop Cotton Boys’ School was founded by Bishop George Lynch Cotton of Calcutta. His main aim was to set up schools to educate European and Eurasian children who want to study. His idea received support from the Viceroy, Lord Canning. The school in Bangalore came to reality in the hands of Rev. Samuel Thomas Pettigrew, Chaplain of St. Mark’s Church. Bishop Cotton School was established on the 19th of April, 1865, with Mr. G. Reynolds as its first Headmaster. After standing tall for 150 glorious years, Bishop Cotton Boys school won the accolade of the “Eton of the East” and stands tall as one of the best schools in bangalore, one of India’s top three ranked schools and the No 1 among all metros schools in India, wherein students of the school have gone on to shine in different walks of life.

Bishop Cotton Boys School is an all boy’s school. Provision for boarders as well as day scholars is available. The school curriculum is based on the ICSE format of education, and has teaching facilities from Kindergarten, 1 to 10 (ICSE) and 11 and 12 (ISC). Bishop Cotton Boys School have always stood for discipline and the moulding of character of its students to ensure that it will not crumble when tested in the crucible of adulthood. The institution prides itself in imparting quality education while preparing them for the competitive world outside the classroom via its meticulously envisioned house system.

To get admission in Bishop Cotton Boys School student needs to write an entrance test and appear for an interview. Selection is made based on the performance of the students. Best performance in entrance and the number of vacancy available in a class taken into consideration while admission.

Bishop Cotton Girls’ School

Since the time of establishment by Rev. S.T. Pettigrew in 1865, the school is consistently educating many girl students enabling them to evolve as a woman. Making them to be as doctors, engineers, teachers, nurses, homemakers, scientists or corporate chiefs, the Cotton Girls’ are sure to make their mark.

Bishop Cotton Girls School is an all Girls school. Provision for boarders as well as day scholars is available. The school curriculum is based on the ICSE format of education, and has teaching facilities from Kindergarten, 1 to 10 (ICSE) and 11 and 12 (ISC). Bishop Cotton Girls High School has been awarded the prestigious International School Award by the British Council.

Applications for admission into Bishop Cotton Girls School for LKG are available from the starting of the calendar year. Admissions for higher classes are available only if there are any vacancies and no application is issued for the same. The student needs to appear for an Entrance Test and Interview. Selection is made for students who perform the best in entrance and is based on the number of vacancy available for a given class. The rich legacy of Bishop Cotton Girls School with all-round education inspires to reach even greater heights of excellence, preparing their students from nursery through junior and high school for challenges that lie ahead.

Sophia’s High School

Sophia’s High School curriculum is based on the ICSE format of education. The school is providing education facilities from Kindergarten, 1 to 10 (ICSE) and 11 and 12 (ISC). Sophia’s High School is one among the Best ICSE School in Bangalore. It is also one of the hardest schools to gain admission too. Admission in Sophia’s is completely based on merit. Admission is Sophia’s is based on Entrance Test and Interview for Higher Classes. The school’s other branch; Sophia's Opportunity School educates differently-able children. This branch also undertakes social outreach programmes, such as working with street children’s homes, interaction with the women inmates of Bangalore's Central Jail, a day in the rural schools of Bangalore and also visits aged and orphan homes in the area.

The Frank Anthony Public School

The school officially opened in 1967, it is the third of the three Frank Anthony Public Schools in India. It is established, owned and administered by the All-India Anglo-Indian Education Institution, New Delhi. It is also affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Examinations. The Frank Anthony Public School (often abbreviated as FAPS), is a co-educational day-school. The school is divided into three sections i.e., the Nursery Section, the Junior Section and the Senior Section. Students of classes 11 and 12 are divided into three sections: Science, Commerce and Humanities. FAPS is famously known for avoiding donations of any kind, providing equal opportunity to students of all backgrounds.

Baldwin Girls’ High School

Founded in 1880, Baldwin Girls' High School is one of the oldest schools in Bangalore. It follows the ICSE syllabus and has classes from Kindergarten to the 10th standard. The school prepares the students for the National ICSE Exams and for the 12th std. PUC examinations. It is run by the Methodist Church in India, under the Chairmanship of the Bishop of the South India Regional Conference of the Methodist Church in India. Baldwin’s is renowned for the quality of its education, interdisciplinary interaction within the multicultural community across a whole spectrum of cross-cultural activities and intellectual development.

St. Joseph’s Boys’ High School

The school is also known as St. Joseph's European High School was established by the Jesuit in 1858. The school offers education for the boys of Anglo-Indian and European families. After India getting independent, admissions were given to all students, irrespective of race, religion, or caste. The school follows the ICSE syllabus up to Class 10. The year 2007 included a first: Class 11 was expanded to include girls. Admission in St. Joesph’s Boys High School is really a challenge as hardly any vacancy arises in Higher Class.

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