About our school

The Bhavan-Bangalore Press School was set up in 2010 jointly by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and The Bangalore Press. The school is recently set up in the Chamarajpet area on Mysore Road, in a locality, predominantly housing an economically weaker section of society,and is a melting pot of people from several religions – Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Jain and others. Thus, the school has children from varied economic, cultural strata of the society. The school has the objective of providing education to children, irrespective of any social, economic, cultural barrier and the mission of uplifting children from the lower starata of society and integrating into the mainstream of society.

The school is managed by a public Charitable Trust formed under the name of “Bhavan-Bangalore Press Educational Trust (Regd.)”. The land (about 26,000 sq.ft) and part of the building cost for the school is provided by the Bangalore Press and the building of the school is being constructed with a small available amount of money, which came from donations from individual, philanthropists and corporates, The architectural plan of the school building includes, basement, ground plus four floors.

The school will have two sections from Nursery to Class X and will be an English medium, co-educational school proposed to be affiliated to the CBSE Board. The school was formally inaugurated by Padmashri Late Dr. Mathoor Krishnamurti in June 2010 and started with a humble beginning of about 15 students during the first academic year & 200 students during the second academic year. 2014-15, the fourth academic year has a students strength of 714 students.

Aim of the Institution

The school aims to foster an environment where the students attain self-fulfilment in their lives and become useful members of the community. The students are encouraged to grow morally, intellectually and socially by inculcating basic virtues like honesty, dedication, hard work and excellence in both academic and non-academic activities, healthy habits, concern for others and by imbibing cultural and aesthetic values which form the basis of Bharatiya Shiksha.

Our Vision

In partnership with parents and the community, and with the conviction that all children are capable of achievement, the school commits to:

  • cultivate in each child, essential life skills;

  • build each child's self-esteem;

  • mould each child to be influential leaders in their respective areas of success;

  • empower each child to become an accountable, considerate, and contributing citizen.

  • encourage each child's full academic potential by providing the child a least restrictive environment;

Our Mission

"Education for life", providing education to make one competent, confident & consistent in every walk of life.

Preparing creative, productive, efficient and value based citizens of India with a commitment to inculcate basic human values and a sense of nobility, righteousness & excellence.

In partnership with teachers, parents and the community, encourage every child in all facets of learning, by.

  • working in tandem as a team

  • providing a multi-sensory and balanced curriculum with a rigorous teaching experience

  • catering to all abilities (learning abilities)

  • creating creative beings by upholding curiosity and enthusiasm

  • encouraging freedom and self-reliance

  • creating critical thinkers by promoting logical and creative thinking

  • encouraging respect for others and personal self-esteem

  • providing a supportive environment that is caring, stimulating and challenging.

Our Values

The vision and mission are clear, which the school will strive to blend with heritage, culture, values and wisdom of India with the constantly changing needs and aspirations of modern society. It seeks to develop every student into a human who,

  • has self pride,

  • is self reliant,

  • is socially sensitive,

  • a responsible citizen

  • is proud of his heritage.

Bhavan-Bangalore Press school will combine the advantages of a ‘modern public school’ with those of the ‘Vidyalaya’ through a purposeful connect between the teacher and the pupil.