Here is the List of Best Schools in Kolkata
About school : South Point is Kolkata´s first co-educational school. It was founded on 1st April 1954 by Satikanta Guha and Pritilata Guha at 16 Mandeville Gardens,Calcutta-19. South Point,affiliated to the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE), was upgraded to the Higher Secondary level with effect from 1st April 1960. The present high school building started functioning from 8th April 1970. This school,which started with only 20 children,has presently about 13000 students,325 teachers,and 225 members of non-teaching staff. It was the world´s largest school from 1984 to 1992,according to the Guiness Book of World Records. Till today,the school has an excellent academic as well as extra-curricular record. The School Motto,Courage to know,is a tribute to all those who,in the face of blind prejudice,religious bigotry,social ostracism and even death,refused to give up their search for truth.
About School :La Martiniere Calcutta is the La Martiniere College branch in Calcutta, India. The current principal of the boys' school is Mr. S. Chakravarty . The school motto is Labore et Constantia (By Labour and Constancy). La Martiniere offers an all-round education up to the Higher Secondary level. It is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi, which conducts the ICSE and ISC Examinations at the close of Classes X & XII. The schools have been ranked in the top ten "most respected secondary schools" in India in 2007 (Boys school 8th ).
About School : John Bosco was born in the little hamlet of Becchi some 20 kms. from Turin, Italy. His father, Francis Bosco, was a hard working peasant who died when John was only 2 years old. The grief-stricken words of his mother, telling him that he was now fatherless remained deeply impressed in the child's mind, and perhaps helped to instill into his mind the intense empathy for the orphans and the homeless which became the dominant note of his life.
The story of the exertions and sacrifices made by him and his mother cannot be told here in detail. Working as a servant, teaching, assisting a tailor, doing chores for a blacksmith and keeping score at a billiard table were some of the things he did in order to pay for his food, lodging and tuition while at school. But the worst was over when in October 1835, with an outfit provided by charitable neighbors, John Bosco entered the Ecclesiastical Seminary at Chieri.
About School : CIS aims to provide primary and secondary education to children of foreign nationals, non-resident Indians and Indian nationals. Education is to be provided in a welcoming, respectful and multi-cultural environment. Learning is student centered. CIS aims to provide a broad and well-rounded international curriculum aiming at the full development of the child: academically, physically as well as emotionally
About School : Education has always been an issue very close to the heart of the members of Calcutta's illustrious Birla family.
It was in 1991, after its affiliation to the ICSE Board that the School came to acquire its independent identity, with a student strength of 1800. Students appeared for their first ICSE Examinations in 1992 - the same year its ISC section was set up. In 1994, the G D Birla Centre for Education sent up its first batch of students for the ISC Examinations.
The Boys Section was also introduced in the same year. This is an evening section and admits students to the ISC Course for Classes XI and XII. The courses offered are in Science and Commerce.
About School : Imparting value-based education that helps create independent, free thinking individuals who will combine service with excellence.
In the pre-independence era the education provided by the elite schools of Kolkata was based on Western mores, which completely ignored India´s rich cultural heritage. Parents who wanted their wards to receive an education based on traditional Indian values were thus faced with a moral dilemma. It took one eminent thinker, our founder, the late Sri.L.N.Birla to translate vision into reality.
About School : Founded in 1951 with a handful of girls, the Ashok Hall Girls' Higher Secondary School has blossomed into one of the premier educational institutions of the country.
The career graphs of the students from this institution across the world bring home the fact that they have been able to guide our pupils to broaden their horizons and venture out into the competitive world of today with confidence.
There is a separate vocational stream in the evening hours. This evening section is for Classes XI and XII only and is co-educational. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education.
About School : Their Vision is to educate their children not merely for living but for life. A life lived should be meaningful, positive and propelling towards the intended goal. Children under their guidance could aim for the so called impossible, build a strong willpower which would give them the strength to achieve ´´To fight for the right without question or cause. To be willing to march into hell for a heavenly cause."
They take appropriate steps to make learning and enjoyable and stress free activity.