List of Top 10 Best Schools in Kolkata

List of Top 10 Best Schools in Kolkata

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Modern High School For Girls

Modern High School for Girls, committed to developing creative and independent individuals, was founded by Mrs. B.M. Birla on January 3 1952. The School was set up at 28, Camac Street initially with Mrs. Violet Clarke as the first Principal. In 1953, the senior school moved to a new location 33, Theatre Road (now Shakespeare Sarani), Calcutta (now Kolkata). The junior school remained at the same location.
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Don Bosco School

Don Bosco, whose name adorns over 2032 educational institutions and who has 16,385 followers all over the world, was a visionary - not merely metaphorically speaking, but literally. He had visions which, in his humility, he called 'dreams'. He himself has said that he never took a step, never initiated a project, unless he had been directed by heaven to do so. And the medium, through which heaven communicated its message to Don Bosco, was his, 'dreams'. Calcutta is a city of Don Bosco's dreams!
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Birla High School Junior Section Kolkata

Our vision encapsulates the aspirations of our founder, the late Syt. L.N. Birla an eminent thinker and a renowned industrialist. He founded Hindi High School in 1941 with the aim of imparting an education that would combine the best of Indian thought along with western techniques. In 1997 Hindi High School was rechristened Birla High School, marking the beginning of a new era of growth and development, in keeping with global trends. Students who fare well in high school are eligible to apply for admission to the Birla School of Management which is situated in the campus.
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St James School

St. James' School was established in 1864. It was inaugurated by the then Most Revd. George Edward Cotton- the Bishop of Calcutta on 25th July 1864. Almost from its inception, reports show that these were years of stress and struggle. In the first twenty years of its existence the school faced intensive financial difficulties and had to be closed in December 1904. According to reports, there was an upsurge of sentiment on the part of parents, well wishers and old boys at the closure of the school. In 1907, with financial assistance from the Church Education League, the school was reopened. However, again it ran into difficulties and closed in 1918. Relying on the evidence of a few surviving records, we find that the tenacious spirit of the school made it open its doors again in 1924 under the Rectorship of The Rev. Thomas H. Cashmore, also the Vicar of St. James' Church. Rev. Cashmore established a renaissance in the life of both church and school. He had a strong feeling for the traditions the school had established in the half century of its existence, particularly in the field of sport, looking back to school's triumphant winning of the Beighton Cup in hockey in 1900.
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Calcutta Boys' School

The Calcutta Boys' School is a Christian, Minority Anglo-Indian, English medium, day school under the control and authority of the Bengal Regional Conference of the Methodist Church in India, managed by the Calcutta Christian Schools Society (Regd.). We therefore expect each parent / guardian to co-operate in our Christian programme for the training of each child. This means the practice, the cultivation and the study of those
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South Point School

On 1 April 1954, Shri Satikanta Guha founded South Point School at 16 Mandeville Gardens in south Kolkata with Smt. Prityalata Guha as the associate founder. It began with only twenty students and a band of committed teachers. He drew his first faculty from the cultural, literary and artistic milieu of Bengal. The School soon made legendary progress in all fields by all standards. It is now run by the South Point Education Society. An English-medium and co-educational School, South Point has played a significant role in the social and intellectual history of post-Independent Kolkata.
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MP Birla Foundation Higher Secondary School

Twenty five years ago, on 11th April 1988, a dream was realized for the people of Kolkata in the sylvan surroundings of Behala. Under the guidance of the well known philanthropist and industrialist Shri Madhav Prasadji Birla and Smt. Priyamvada Birla, M.P.Birla Foundation Education Society, a non-profit Institution, established the M.P.Birla Foundation H.S.School on James Long Sarani, Behala, Kolkata.
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