Every parent desires the best for their child. Especially, when it comes to schools, they want to enrol their child in academic institutions that boasts of a progressive educational system. A school today, is a place that not only teaches the child, but also helps him/her grow and evolve into a world class citizen. Here’s a lowdown on some of the best CBSE schools in the Chennai.
St. Britto's Academy, Velacheri, is a co-educational school affiliated to CBSE. The school is well equipped with a library, laboratories (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics), computer centre, audio visual room and a high tech indoor swimming pool. Entrance exams are conducted and the deserving candidates are admitted. Eligible students from lower middle class families are also considered for admission and every possible step is taken to help those students. Kendriya Vidyalaya schools in Chennai are co-educational, and have adopted bilingual medium of instruction with the aim of achieving proficiency in both English and Hindi language. Sanskrit is taught from class V to IX. The schools promote physical fitness amongst their students. Many inter school, regional and national level sports competitions are conducted to provide students with an opportunity to participate in different sports. The schools also provides badminton, chess, lawn tennis, table tennis, volley ball and swimming coaching.
Apart from its academic refinement initiatives, DAV Public School organises several cultural and sports activities. The school aims at imparting quality education and sharpening the logical thinking and reasoning abilities of each student. Chinmaya Vidyalaya follows the of 10 + 2 pattern and is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. This co-educational English medium school follows the same syllabus and curriculum followed by Kendriya Vidyalya.
St. John's International Residential School is promoted and managed by the Saint John's Educational Trust, founded in 1968. It is a co-educational residential school affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
Founded in 1938, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan has over the years grown into an all-India intellectual, cultural and educational movement. The school is ceaselessly striving to carry forward India's ageless message, that of faith, self-discipline and dedication. The school is co-educational with classes from Nursery to Class XII.
Sherwood Hall Senior Secondary School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. The school has well-equipped biology, physics and chemistry laboratories along with a state-of the-art computer department. English is the medium of instruction in all classes. The institution follows CBSE syllabus.
Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School follows the CBSE pattern of education. Over the past 5 decades, Vidya Mandir has grown up to be widely regarded as one of the top four schools in Chennai. Today the school has over 2000 students, 100 teachers and 35 support staff. Apart from quality education, the school also emphasises on sports and many cultural activities.