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Schools in Ashok Nagar Bangalore

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  • St. Joseph's High Boys' School in Ashok Nagar, Bangalore

    St Joseph’s Boys’ High School operated by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) has a desirable tradition of 155 years of service to the cause of education. Thousands of students have passed through its portals and now are serving humanity within the country and abroad in different capacities, and some of them in very high positions.  In addition to focusing on academic excellence, due attention is paid to physical training and games. Two large and open playgrounds afford space for cricket, football, hockey, basketball and other games and recreation. A swimming pool and a gymnasium offer healthy exercise for the boys. Regular PT classes are conducted as part of the ordinary schedule. The School has a Boy Scout Troop and a unit of the NCC and cubs. Inter-house games are part of the school curriculum. |Bangalore|SchoolAdmissions|ICSE
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  • St. Joseph's Indian Institutions School in Ashok Nagar, Bangalore

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    The pioneers of the St. Joseph’s Indian Institutions in Bangalore were men of great vision and calibre. Their dreams too began to take shape on the summit of a hill – St. John’s Hill where the St. Francis Xavier’s Cathedral now stands. In 1841, Bishop Bonnaud had the dream of starting an educational institution on that hill. In 1894 he laid the foundation stone for the rise of the new school on that property that was skirted by the Museum Road and the Residency Road. Meanwhile two priests – Fr. Froger and Fr. Schmitt who were sent to England for higher studies returned after completing their postgraduate studies at the London University. |Bangalore|SchoolAdmissions|State Board
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