Schools in Mysore

There are a large number of schools in Mysore. These schools provide all round education to the students in the city.

Well educated and efficient teachers in the schools of the city of Mysore provide holistic education to the students here. Besides the academic disciplines, moral education is the most important part of a child’s training in such schools.

There are both English as well as vernacular medium schools in Mysore. Schools affiliated to various boards of education are there.

The list below provides the street address of some of the most important schools of Mysore :
  • The Learning Curve (TLC) International School
    The Garden House, 176/2, 12th Main, 1st A Cross, E Block, J P Nagar, Mysore 570 008

  • Ashoka High School
    6th Cross Ashk Puram, Mysore-570008

  • Al Kabir School Upgrade to Sponsored Listing
    B Layout Bannimantap, Mysore-570015

  • Avila Convent High School
    Devaraja Mohalla, Mysore-570001

  • Blue Nile Higher Primary School
    Bamboo Bazar, Mysore-570015

  • Banumaiah’s Boy’s High School
    New Sayyaji Rao Road, Mysore

  • Chinmaya Vidyalaya Composite Pre-University College
    Jayalakshmipuram, Mysore-570012

  • CSI Victoria High School
    Nzrbad Road, Mysore-570010

  • Chirst the King Girls High School
    J L B Road, Mysore-570004
Most of the Mysore schools have well stocked libraries and nicely equipped computer and science laboratories so as to provide the students with all sorts of modern facilities for education.

The students in the schools at Mysore are encouraged to participate in various competitive activities. Regular quiz, debate and other talent competitions are part of the programs in the schools of Mysore.

Last Updated on : March 15, 2016


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