- State Board
- English Medium
- Nursery - Grade 10
- Established in 2011
- Teacher to student ratio 1:20
- School Timing - 08:45 AM to 03:30 PM
About this school
Himaalaya School was set up in Bangalore, Karnataka under the aegis of the Himalayan Education Foundation, a non-profit organization. This school offers English medium education from nursery to class 10th under the co-educational model.
The school delivers quality education with recognition from the Karnataka state board. Yoga, music, art, drawing, karate, among other co-curricular activities at the school help students discover their abilities in fields other than academics. Himaalaya School has separate science labs for physics, chemistry and biology. Additionally, the school has a computer lab, library, transport facilities, etc. to promote the best learning infrastructure.
Himaalaya School, in collaboration with LEAD, has powered the smart classrooms with a progressive learning management system. This enables students to learn at a fast pace. Moreover, it leads to engaging learning sessions. Post enquiry, parents can fill the admission form with the supporting documents for enrolment to Himaalaya School. Gather more information about the school below on this page.
Other Fees Maintenance fees, sports fees
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- Smart Classes
- Trained Teachers
- Student App Access
- Science Lab
- Computer Lab
- Art & Craft
- Picnic & Excursion
- School Bus
- CCTV Cameras
Sports & Fitness
- Written Test - Required
- Student Interaction - Yes
- Parent Interaction - Yes
- Office Timings - 09:00 AM to 01:00 PM
- Admission Contact Person - Vidhya
- Admission Timeline - Feb to Jun
- New academic year start - Jun
Selected as a English finalist in lead championship
Extra Curricular Achievements
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