Jabalpur Schools

There are numerous Jabalpur schools that are a hallmark of the outstanding academic performance that the city has achieved. The Madhya Pradesh city is in fact, a reputed center of academic excellence as evinced by the innumerable schools and colleges peppered all over the city.

The schools in Jabalpur are mostly affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The city is endowed with several Central schools (Kendriya Vidyalayas and the Army Schools) as well as convent schools. While most of the schools are English medium institutes, some of them also offer pedagogical instructions in the regional languages. Besides these educational institutes, private schools, Montessori schools as well as government run establishments are found aplenty.

The widespread proliferation of reputed schools all across Jabalpur earmarks the Government of India's endeavors to spruce up the literacy rates and provide a comprehensive, value based education to all and sundry. Another achievement of the government is the rapid declivity of the dropout rate in the past few years.

The schools of Jabalpur encourage extracurricular activities and try their utmost to build the overall personality of their students so that they grow up into responsible and well rounded individuals, ready to face the challenges of the world.

Some of the reputed schools of Jabalpur include the following:
  • Kendriya Vidyalaya
  • Army School
  • Maharashtra High School
  • Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa School
  • Christ Church Boys Higher Secondary School
  • St. Joseph's Girls Higher Secondary School
  • Small Children's Academy
  • St. Joseph's Convent
  • Maharani Laxmibai School
  • Johnson's English Medium School

Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012



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