In the era of information and technology, education and schooling are an integral part of our lives. Right education not only imbibes knowledge but also grooms children according to the need of the real-world. Hence admitting a child in a proper institution is important. Here is the list of the top 10 best schools in India which were regarded as the best in 2019.
Rishi Valley School, Bengaluru
The boarding school is located in the city of Bengaluru, established by one of the known philosophers of the country Jiddu Krishnamurthi. The school has a universal approach to education and also pays equal attention to co-curricular activities and community services. It hosts multiple discussions, debate club meetings, and assemblies as a part of the daily education routine. Tiny villages and ancient hills surround the campus, and there is greenery all around too. The school also pays equal attention to global matters such as wildlife protection and global awareness. Another interesting fact about the school is that it has its own bird sanctuary set up by to monitor the population in and around the school constantly.
Scindia School, Gwalior
The Scindia school is located in the famed Gwalior Fort. The school was established to serve the purpose of educating the nobles and the princes of Royal families, especially for the Marathas. In 2010, the school had 600 pupils with a teacher to student ratio of 1: 10. The motto of the Scindia school is “Knowledge Liberated.”
Mayo College, Ajmer
Mayo College was founded by one of the Viceroys of India. The post and telegraph department of India had once issued a multicolour stamp presenting the building of Mayo College. Mayo College also teaches the house of the museum named Danmal Mathur Museum. The museum has some unique antiques and armory section. Mayo College is counted among the top schools in the world, having a museum of this collection.
Welham Girls School, Dehradun
The atmosphere of Dehradun is a perfect example of serene beauty. It’s situated in the lower hills of Uttarakhand. Welham Girls school was recognized as one of the top schools for academic purposes by the Council Of Indian School Certificate Examination in 2013.. The school motivates the students for extracurricular activities such as painting, dance, dramatics, quizzing, and foremost being discipline.
Lawrence School, Sanawar
The school is located in Kasauli, in the district of Sanawar, Himachal Pradesh. In 2013, Lawrence school was the first to send a team of seven students to climb gigantic Mount Everest. The school is famously known as ‘Sanwara’ because of the hill on which it stands.
Bishop Cotton School in Shimla
Bishop Cotton School is one of the oldest schools in India. It is situated in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. The institute has produced some of the finest army officers, ambassadors, politician judges, etc. Their motto is to overcome ‘Overcome evil with good.’
Delhi Public School Society
Delhi public school is considered as one of the centers providing knowledge. The school has more than 333 schools under its control in India and abroad. Some of the largest schools are in metropolitan cities of the country while some are in the cities of Noida, Allahabad, Cuttack, Bhuwasneshwar, Bokaro, Ghaziabad, Kanpur and many more. Their motto is Service Before Self.
Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai
Cathedral and John Connon School in Mumbai is one of the oldest schools in the country. The school is affiliated to ICSE and ISC but also offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).
Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai
It was built by the famed Multinational company Reliance Industries under the name of the late founder of the company Dhirubhai Ambani. The school equally pays attention to extracurricular activities such as Music, Painting, Art, Dance, and much more.
Doon School, Dehradun
Doon school from Dehradun has earned its fame through academics. Students from 13 to 18 years can get admission in the Doon school. They have over 30 acres of land for playing various sports. Their motto is ‘Knowledge our light.’